ECHL: Fort Wayne Komets Force Game 7 vs Cincinnati Cyclone

The stage was set in Cincinnati as the Cyclones and Komets dropped the puck on game Six, the Cyclones just needed to win one more game to advance, but the Komets had other plans. The Komets ran into penalty trouble early on, but that wouldn’t stop them from generating offense. Komets captain Anthony Petruzzelli got a short-handed goal to give the Komets the early lead at the 4:12 mark of the first and silenced the Cincinnati crowd on this Tuesday night game. Matt Alvaro would score off a rebound at the 16:11 mark of the opening frame. It continued to go downhill for the Cyclones as Komets rookie William Provost got his first playoff goal to put the Komets up 3-0.

In the third period, the Komets made a change in net as Mark Sinclair made his second career Kelly Cup Playoff appearance. He would allow three goals on 12 shots in the third period. Samuel Dove-McFalls would score 54 seconds into the period for the Komets. Game five was filled with penalties, and it would the scoresheet would fill up again at the 6:51 mark as 28 minutes of penalties would be dished out, then just 1:09 later, another 40 minutes of penalties would be handed out. Shawn Boudrias and Zach Berzolla dropped the gloves, as the two teams would finish the game with 98 minutes in combined penalties. The Komets would win the game 6-0 and force a Game 7 on Wednesday Night.

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