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5 keys to Komets' loss to Kalamazoo

Forward Matt Syroczynski made his return to Fort Wayne on Friday night for his first game this season. (Photo by Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)
Forward Matt Syroczynski made his return to Fort Wayne on Friday night for his first game this season. (Photo by Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel)

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Saturday, February 02, 2013 12:58 am
The Komets lost 5-1 to Kalamazoo on Friday at Memorial Coliseum. Here are five keys to the loss:1. Poor start

The Komets trailed 1-0 after the first eight minutes and were getting outshot 5-2.

2. Poor goaltending

Starter Marco Cousineau gave up three goals on the first seven shots against him.

3. Poor special teams

The Komets were held scoreless in four power-play chances and have scored only four times in their last 51 chances.

4. Rough night defensively

The Wings scored five goals despite getting outshot 36-27

5. Lack of energy

There was no energy on the ice or in the crowd as the Komets fell to 4-8 in their last 12 home games.

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For more on the Komets, follow Blake Sebring on Twitter at www.twitter.com/blakesebring and at his blog, www.tailingthekomets.com.

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