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Forward Kaleigh Schrock, who announced his retirement Monday, may be the last player to last as many as five seasons with the Komets. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
Kaleigh Schock, who announced his retirement from the Fort Wayne Komets today, probably never should have had a hockey career.
Komets captain Kaleigh Schrock, shown here in the playoffs against Toledo, retired today after six seasons in Fort Wayne. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
Though he was exhausted and camping out Saturday night, Kaleigh Schrock had a horrible time falling asleep. The highlights of his six-year Fort Wayne Komets career kept flashing through his mind for five hours.      More..
Wolcottville-native Karch Bachman, No. 8, is expected to be drafted from the third-to-the-fifth round in this weekend's NHL draft. Courtesy photo
For a player completely dedicated to preparing for everything, this weekend will be very strange for Karch Bachman. The Wolcottville native can't really do anything for a few days until a team picks him in the NHL draft.      More..
The ECHL presented the Fort Wayne Komets' Chuck Bailey the Media Relations Director award for 2014-15 Thursday at the league meetings in Las Vegas.      More..
By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel
By Justin A. Cohn of The Journal Gazette
Komets captain Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock suffered fractured bones around his eye in his fight Saturday with the Indy Fuel's Klarc Wilson.

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