Monday, October 20, 2008

A Wallop in Fort Wayne

From the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel:
The only thing the Fort Wayne Komets' home-opening, pre-game ceremonies lacked Saturday night were fireworks. The players took care of that during the game.

The Komets delighted a Memorial Coliseum sell-out crowd of 10,511 by making the Flint Generals look like the Washington Generals in an 11-3 pounding. The game was so out of control at times that the Generals looked like they were trying to avoid a full-court press while wearing mittens as Fort Wayne dominated the shots on goal 53-21.

The Komets scored eight times on 17 shots during the third period, a couple of times missing open nets, or it could have been worse.

"I think their goalie played real well to keep it at three as long as he did," Komets coach Al Sims said. "When we finally broke through, he got a little demoralized after five, six and seven. It was tough on him. A lot of people were questioning our offense this year. I don't know if it's been answered yet, but so far it has been."

(read on in the link above)

Oh, in just in case you want to know: 
"You never intentionally want to embarrass anyone," [Fort Wayne player Colin] Chaulk said.

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