Curry had little resistance only facing 25 shots all night, with most of them coming as the Komets tried frantically to come back.
Orlando (10-11-2) started the scoring 1:40 into the contest off a C.J. Severyn goal that was assisted by Michael Wilson. Defensemen Sean Lorenz scored next at 5:15 in off another assist from Wilson. After the scoring plays, the penalties came out. There were 8 penalties, including a game misconduct for Fort Wayne Defensemen Brent Henley for being the aggressor in a fight with 6:51 left in the period.
The Komets (11-9-1) finally got on the board 3:08 into the second period on a short-handed goal by Brendon Marino from Stephon Thorne. Orlando regained a two goal lead nearly 6 minutes later and scored again with 1:29 left off of a power play goal by Ryan Cruthers. There were only 3 penalties in the second period.
The final Komet tally was on a Ryan Lasch power play goal assisted Thomas Beauregard 4:26 into the final frame. The Solar Bears scored two more times by the 11:23 mark including a second power play goal.
The Komets went 1 for 7 on power play opportunities, while accumulating 25 total PIM. Orlando went 2 for 5 on the man advantage and racked up 28 PIM.
1: ORL Forward Ryan Reaves (1 G, 0 A, +1)
2: ORL Defenseman Michael Wilson (0 G, 3 A, +2)
3: ORL Goalie John Curry (23 SVS, 2 GA)
Team 1 2 3 T
Fort Wayne 4 8 13 25
Orlando 15 15 4 34
The Komets next game will be back home at the Allen county War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne Wednesday at 7:30 PM EST (4:30 PM PST). The broadcast will be available online through the Komets website.