Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette Komets goaltender Jeff Deslauriers has stopped 95.5 percent of the shots he has faced.

Fort Wayne Komets Look to Start Playoff Push Tonight Against Toledo Walleye

Komets Need Offense

Fort Wayne, IN – The Fort Wayne Komets need to sustain momentum. Jeff Deslauriers needs to continue his strong net presence and get help from the offense in order to help the K’s make the playoffs.

The Komets are coming off of a 1-0 loss to the Wheeling Nailers Sunday night. The K’s have only won a game in their last eight. That was Saturday night in Toledo. During this streak, they have scored only 12 goals total.

The Walleye are coming off of 2-1 overtime loss to the North Division leading Cincinnati Cyclones.

The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. EST.

Team Stats:

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Toledo Walleye
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Last Four Head-to-Head Match-ups:

Date Vis/Home Final
Feb 23, 2013 FW@TOL FW, 3 – 1
Feb 17, 2013 FW@TOL TOL, 6 – 3
Jan 18, 2013 TOL@FW TOL, 5 – 3
Dec 31, 2012 TOL@FW TOL, 9 – 4

 Team Records:

Toledo Walley: 30-19-7, 67 points (2nd in the North Division)

Fort Wayne Komets: 27-28-2, 56 points (4th in the North Division)

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