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EXPRESS EDGE K-WINGS

Despite outshooting the Chicago Express 42-23, the Kalamazoo Wings could not dig themselves out of a three-goal deficit as they lost 4-3 Friday night. Flying out of the penalty box following a four-on-four, Kory Karlander (17) stole the puck in the Express zone and ripped a slap shot over Rob Madore 3:10 into the contest to give the K-Wings an …

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Fish Fry

Registering a season-high nine-goal effort, the Kalamazoo Wings dismantled the Toledo Walleye 9-1 Sunday afternoon at the Huntington Center. Despite dominating the opening period of play by outshooting the Walleye 18-5 and winning 10 of the 13 face-offs, the K-Wings weren’t able to score in the first period. Most of the K-Wings scoring chances in the first period came off …

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TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE

The Kalamazoo Wings scored two goals in the final five minutes to cap a three-goal rally, but were unable to score in the shootout and fell to the Toledo Walleye 4-3 during the 31st Annual “World Famous” St. Patrick’s Day Green Ice Game, presented by Fifth-Third Bank, WWMT and WRKR. Kalamazoo came out of the gates firing on all cylinders; …

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A win for the K-Wings!

Riley Gill made 26 saves and the Kalamazoo Wings scored all their goals in the first period en route to a 2-0 victory over the Trenton Titans on Noodles & Company Night. Leading the league with 74 first period goals entering Friday’s contest, the K-Wings added to their total striking twice in the first 20 minutes. Ripping a slap shot …

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Contest winners

The Kalamazoo Wings, proud member of the ECHL, two-time defending North Division Champions, reigning Eastern Conference Champions and National Hockey League affiliate to the Vancouver Canucks and New Jersey Devils and American Hockey League’s Albany Devils, announce the four winners of the team’s season ticket holder contest. For the past four seasons, the K-Wings have selected members of their season …

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K-WINGS CONTINUE OFFENSIVE WOES

For the second straight game, the most prolific scoring team in the ECHL had trouble finding the net, as the Kalamazoo Wings dropped a 3-1 decision Wednesday night to the Toledo Walleye. Scoreless after the first period, Toledo took the lead 13:40 into the middle frame when Kris Belan found Andrej Nestrasil on a backdoor pass. Derek Brochu (4th, 5th) …

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A LEGEND PASSES

The Kalamazoo Wings, proud member of the ECHL, two-time defending North Division Champions, reigning Eastern Conference Champions and National Hockey League affiliate to the Vancouver Canucks and New Jersey Devils and American Hockey League’s Albany Devils, announce that first-ever player and captain in K-Wings history Al Genovy passed away last Saturday. A pillar in the southwest Michigan community since coming …

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K-Wings, Express split weekend series

KALAMAZOO — The Kalamazoo Wings’ (33-22-2-5) lead in the North Division standings sits at six points following a weekend battle with their rival the Chicago Express (27-24-6-4). The K-Wings won a hard-fought game against a rather undisciplined Express team on Friday night by a score of 5-2. Matt Embach gave the Express a 1-0 lead midway into the opening period …

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K-Wings stun Cyclones with OT win

KALAMAZOO – If the 5,093 students in attendance for Wednesday mornings Education Day game at Wings Stadium learned one lesson it was to never give up until the final second. Trailing by a score of 5-2 early in the third period to the Cincinnati Cyclones (29-21-2-7), the Kalamazoo Wings (32-21-2-5) put the petal to medal scoring three unanswered goals to …

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K-Wings battle back, lose in shootout

ESTERO, Fla. — After being crushed by the Florida Everblades 9-3 on Friday, the Kalamazoo Wings looked to turn things around on Saturday night before heading back to Michigan. The loss was the largest of the season for the K-Wings and the nine goals allowed were the most given up to date. Starting off on the right foot on Saturday …

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