Fort Wayne Komets

The Fort Wayne Komets are a minor league ice hockey team in the ECHL, currently affiliated with the National Hockey League's Anaheim Ducks, as well as the American Hockey League's Norfolk Admirals. The team was previously a member of the Central Hockey League and the International Hockey League before it merged into the CHL in 2010. The Komets also played in the previous incarnation of the International Hockey League from 1952 until 1999, when they joined the UHL (which took the IHL name in 2007). They have won seven post-season championship titles in the IHL in 1963, 1965, 1973, 1993, 2008, 2009 and 2010, one in the UHL in 2003, and one in the CHL in 2012. They play their home games at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The original franchise moved to Albany, New York in 1990, and the Flint Spirits moved to Fort Wayne and assumed the Komets name and history. The original Kmoets franchise played one season as the Albany Choppers before folding. In all of North American professional hockey, only the Original Six teams of the NHL and the Hershey Bears of the AHL have played continuously in the same city with the same name longer than the Komets.

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Mike O'Neill (ice Hockey) - Career Statistics - Regular Season
3.10 1990–91 Moncton Hawks AHL 0. 3.12 1990–91 Fort Wayne Komets IHL 0. 3.80 1991–92 Winnipeg Jets NHL 1. 0 ...
Fort Wayne Komets - Season-by-season Results
... Year GP W L T OTL PTS GF GA PIM Playoffs 1952–53 244 ... - Did Not Qualify 1953–54 220 ... - Lost in Quarterfinals 1954–55 235 ... - Did Not Qualify 1955–56 219 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1956–57 177 ... - Did Not Qualify 1957–58 726 ... Lost in Semifinals 1958–59 571 ... Lost in Finals 1959–60 1102 ... Lost in Finals 1960–61 899 ... Lost in Round Robin 1961–62 1054 ... Did Not Qualify 1962–63 591 ... Won Championship 1963–64 935 ... Lost in Finals 1964–65 969 ... Won Championship 1965–66 259 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1966–67 234 ... - Lost in Finals 1967–68 272 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1968–69 262 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1969–70 266 ... - Lost in Quarterfinals 1970–71 233 ... - Lost in Quarterfinals 1971–72 244 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1972–73 219 ... - Won Championship 1973–74 305 ... - Did Not Qualify 1974–75 313 ... - Did Not Qualify 1975–76 309 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1976–77 311 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1977–78 287 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1978–79 327 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1979–80 311 ... - Lost in Finals 1980–81 303 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1981–82 375 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1982–83 344 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1983–84 273 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1984–85 327 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1985–86 263 ... - Lost in Finals 1986–87 285 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1987–88 310 ... - Lost in Quarterfinals 1988–89 274 ... - Lost in Semifinals 1989–90 345 ... - Lost in Quarterfinals 1990–91 335 ... - Lost in Finals 1991–92 287 ... - Lost in Quarterfinals 1992–93 2165 ... Won Championship 1993–94 1792 ... Lost in Finals 1994–95 1541 ... Lost in Quarterfinals 1995–96 2267 ... Lost in Quarterfinals 1996–97 2412 ... Did Not Qualify 1997–98 1675 ... Lost in Quarterfinals 1998–99 2615 ... Lost in Quarterfinals Year GP W L OTL SOL PTS GF GA PIM Playoffs 1999–00 1504 ... Lost in Semifinals 2000–01 1566 ... Lost in Semifinals 2001–02 1432 ... Did Not Qualify 2002–03 1717 ... Won Championship 2003–04 1687 ... Lost in Semifinals 2004–05 1708 ... Lost in Finals 2005–06 1760 ... Lost in Quarterfinals 2006–07 1932 ... Lost in Semifinals Year GP W L OTL SOL PTS GF GA PIM Playoffs 2007–08 1978 ... Won Championship 2008–09 1678 ... Won Championship 2009–10 1589 ... Won Championship Year GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PIM Playoffs 2010–11 1352 ... Lost In Quarterfinals 2011-12 1272 ... Won Championship. ...
Kevin Reiter
... He last played in the Central Hockey League with the Fort Wayne Komets and retired from playing after the 2010-2011 season ... In 2007, he signed for the Fort Wayne Komets of the International Hockey League ... The Komets went on to win the IHL Turner Cup that season ...
Leo P. Lamoureux Memorial Trophy - Winners
... Season Player Team 1960-61 Ken Yackel Minneapolis Millers 1961-62 Len Thornson Fort Wayne Komets 1962-63 Ed "Moe" Bartoli Minneapolis Millers 1963-64 Len Thornson Fort Wayne Komets 1964-65 Lloyd ...
Len Ronson - Career Statistics - Playing Career
... Chiefs Huntington Hornets IHL 0. 1957–58 Fort Wayne Komets IHL 2. 1958–59 Fort Wayne Komets IHL 4. 1959–60 Fort Wayne Komets IHL 47. 109 ...

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