The longest non-shutout streak in team history is 233 games from Oct. 24, 1992 to Jan. 27, 1995, and the longest non-shutout home streak was 433 games from March 19, 1975 to Feb. 17, 1986.
Shawn Szydlowski and Trevor Cheek led the Fort Wayne offense with five shots each. The Komets had a power play with 5:46 remaining, but forward Mike Embach retaliated against Brampton's Luc-Olivier Blain to receive a slashing call with 4:22 remaining and end the threat.
Despite the loss, the Komets are 9-2-2 over their last 13 games and 15-4-3 over their last 22 games. Six of their last seven losses have been by one goal. Fort Wayne finishes 1-3-1 against Brampton this season, and four of the five games were decided by one-goal.
Fort Wayne leads the ECHL with a 24-5-1 home record but is only 13-12-6 on the road.
The Komets are off until Wednesday when they host Norfolk to start a string of 11 games in 18 days to close the regular season.