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| align=center|https://youtu.be/bqRxW44MMO0<br>The current equipment manager for the Komets, who suddenly was thrust into a game against the Elmira Jackals as an emergency goaltender. This video contains his entire professional hockey career. Also the owner of a Stanley Cup ring as the equipment manager for the 1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins.
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| align=center|'''Glenn "Rob" Laird'''<br>'''"The Scout"'''
| align=center|A tenacious winger known for his aggressive style on the ice and no-nonsense attitude off of it. He was to become an NHL mainstay, but a broken leg during Pittsburgh Penguins training camp soured his draftability. He would still be drafted 116th overall by the Penguins, and drafted 29th overall in the WHA Amateur Draft by the Fighting Saints of Minnesota, but after he was sent down to Fort Wayne, and after the Penguins cut ties, Laird stayed with the team and played for five seasons. He would play just one game in the NHL in the 1979-80 season with the Minnesota North Stars, retire in 1982, and come back out of retirement in 1983 to play three more seasons with the Komets. Today, he works as a pro scout for the NHL's L.A. Kings, even getting the chance to hoist Lord Stanley above his head after the Kings won it in 2012.
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| align=center|Born in Regina, SK, he was a tenacious winger known for his aggressive style on the ice and no-nonsense attitude off of it. He was to become an NHL mainstay, but a broken leg during Pittsburgh Penguins training camp soured his draftability. He would still be drafted 116th overall by the Penguins, and drafted 29th overall in the WHA Amateur Draft by the Fighting Saints of Minnesota, but after he was sent down to Fort Wayne, and after the Penguins cut ties with Fort Wayne, Laird stayed with the team and played for five seasons. He would play just one game in the NHL in the 1979-80 season with the Minnesota North Stars, retire in 1982, and come back out of retirement in 1983 to play three more seasons with the Komets. Today, he works as a scout for the NHL's L.A. Kings, even getting the chance to hoist Lord Stanley above his head after the Kings won it in 2012.
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| align=center|'''Lionel Repka'''<br>'''"Choo Choo"'''
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| align=center|Born in Edmonton, AB, Repka was known as a gritty defenseman with a heart of gold. When he was signed by the Fort Wayne Komets, he played nowhere else in professional hockey. His pro career, spanning 740 games across 11 seasons, with two Komets championships in 1963 and 1965, was a storied legacy that few Komets players, let alone Komets defensemen, would be able to follow. He was named the IHL's top defenseman for his outstanding contributions to the 1963 IHL champions. Not only was he a great player on Fort Wayne's ice, but he would also become a mentor to local hockey talent, and was easily one of the fan favorite Komets players of the 60's.
 
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Revision as of 18:31, 19 June 2019

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Hello, I am Cardboard Box, an avid /po/ fan, and resident /4ccg/ lurker and spectator (and now commentator) since the Spring of 2014. Usually you will see me making wiki updates big and small.
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Discord: Cardboard Box #5785
Email: TheCardboardBox56@gmail.com
Skype: Cardboard Box


/komets/
Not Just Hockey, KOMET Hockey!
Komets logo.png
/komets/ - Fort Wayne Komets
Founded 1952
Manager Ben Boudreau
Owner The Franke Family
IRL manager Cardboard Box
Team colors
HEX color FF4D01
Komet Orange
Top scorer ()
Top assister ()
Captain Len Thornson
Website /komets/ - Fort Wayne Komets
Nickname No nickname
Historic performance
W D L TOTAL EFFICIENCY
0 0 0 0 0%
GF GA GD
0 0 0
Biggest win
TBD TBD icon.png 0–0 TBD icon.png TBD
Month Day, Year
Biggest defeat
TBD TBD icon.png TBD icon.png TBD
First match
TBD TBD icon.png TBD icon.png TBD
Team music
Anthem Let's Go Komets!

Goal horn Komet Horn (HEY!) (Repeat for each goal)
When Icy D. Eagle scores Guns n' Roses - Welcome to the Jungle
Kits


Roster

No. Position /komets/ Starting Roster
35
  GK
1-0 Joe
52
  CB
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
30
  CB
Robbie Irons
90
  CB
>Albany Choppers
18
  LMF
Rob Laird
6
  RMF
Lionel Repka
16
  DMF
Eddie Long
4
  LWF
Smug Spaceman
40
  RWF
RIP Bob Chase
1
  SS
Icy D. Eagle
11
  CF
Len Thornson Captain
No. Position /komets/ Backup Roster
55
  GK
Alex Dubeau
32
  CB
Craig Cescon
7
  CB
Sean Flanagan
28
  CB
Chase Stewart
23
  CB
Kevin Gibson
8
  CB
Josh Elmes
36
  LMF
Anthony Petruzelli
14
  LMF
Kyle Hope
25
  LMF
Jake Kamrass
9
  RMF
Mason Baptista
22
  RMF
Jamie Schaafsma
10
  RMF
Brady Shaw

In-Depth Roster

No. & Position Name & Origin Description
35
  GK
Joe Franke
"1-0 Joe"
https://youtu.be/bqRxW44MMO0
An equipment manager for the Komets, who suddenly was thrust into a game against the Elmira Jackals on December 14th, 2002, as an emergency goaltender when main goalie Pokey Reddick, already suffering from illness, couldn't continue playing. This video contains his entire professional hockey career, and one of the greatest moments in Komets history. He is also the proud owner of a Stanley Cup ring as the equipment manager for the 1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins. Currently, Joe is still with the Komets, tending to the sticks, skates, and gear that the Komets players wear.
52
  CB
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
"The Concrete Jungle"
The Memorial Coliseum seats 10,480 for "the hottest sports ticket in town". Yes, the Komets have called this place home ever since it was built in 1952. It was also the home of the current-day Detroit Pistons, and brings up to 13,000 to watch the NBA G-League's Fort Wayne Mad Ants. From Elvis Presley and Louis Armstrong to KISS, AC/DC, and Metallica, thousands of concerts have been held here in what Komets fans have called "The Jungle" for decades.
30
  CB
Robbie Irons
"Three Minute Man"
For most hockey players, making it into the NHL is a dream come true. For Robbie Irons, he was able to get on the ice and play goaltender for the fairly new St. Louis Blues in 1968. Although he only played in one game for just three minutes (a former NHL record for shortest career by a goaltender) as the real substitute goalie was suiting up, his time on the ice was enough to solidify his status as one of the few Komets alumni to play in the NHL.
90
  CB
>Albany Choppers
"The Death of the Old Komets"
In the world of pro hockey, teams will move about should they feel the need to, for many reasons regardless of the level of play. When the owner of the Komets, gravel magnate David Welker, saw a shiny new stadium in Albany, New York, he wanted to go there, and he took away a team rich in Fort Wayne's sports history during the 1990 offseason, renaming it the Albany Choppers, a name granted by the sponsorship of a New York supermarket chain (Price Chopper), only for that same team to roll over and die in the middle of the 1990-91 IHL season. However, Stephen J. Franke, a very influential businessman in the area, quickly made plans to buy the neighboring Flint Spirits and relocate them to Fort Wayne, and he and his family did it within 48 hours of the old team leaving.
18
  LMF
Glenn "Rob" Laird
"The Scout"
Born in Regina, SK, he was a tenacious winger known for his aggressive style on the ice and no-nonsense attitude off of it. He was to become an NHL mainstay, but a broken leg during Pittsburgh Penguins training camp soured his draftability. He would still be drafted 116th overall by the Penguins, and drafted 29th overall in the WHA Amateur Draft by the Fighting Saints of Minnesota, but after he was sent down to Fort Wayne, and after the Penguins cut ties with Fort Wayne, Laird stayed with the team and played for five seasons. He would play just one game in the NHL in the 1979-80 season with the Minnesota North Stars, retire in 1982, and come back out of retirement in 1983 to play three more seasons with the Komets. Today, he works as a scout for the NHL's L.A. Kings, even getting the chance to hoist Lord Stanley above his head after the Kings won it in 2012.
6
  RMF
Lionel Repka
"Choo Choo"
Born in Edmonton, AB, Repka was known as a gritty defenseman with a heart of gold. When he was signed by the Fort Wayne Komets, he played nowhere else in professional hockey. His pro career, spanning 740 games across 11 seasons, with two Komets championships in 1963 and 1965, was a storied legacy that few Komets players, let alone Komets defensemen, would be able to follow. He was named the IHL's top defenseman for his outstanding contributions to the 1963 IHL champions. Not only was he a great player on Fort Wayne's ice, but he would also become a mentor to local hockey talent, and was easily one of the fan favorite Komets players of the 60's.