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Royals Revenge

In their first meeting since last year’s postseason encounter won by the Kalamazoo Wings, the Reading Royals used a solid effort in the second period to defeated the K-Wings 4-1 Friday night at the Sovereign Center. Dictating the action in the opening 20 minutes by outshooting Reading 15-4, Kalamazoo not only generated many scoring chances, but the lone goal of …

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Sirota Scores Game-Winner in a Shootout

Avenging a home loss to the Toledo Walleye the night before, the Kalamazoo Wings started a three-game road swing with a 2-1 shootout victory over the Walleye at the Huntington Center. After a combined four goals in the opening period the night before, neither the K-Wings nor Walleye scored in the first 20 minutes on Sunday. Kalamazoo outshot Toledo 9-7 …

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In a game full of offense, the Toledo Walleye outlasted the Kalamazoo Wings 5-4 to win the 4th Annual McDonald’s Golden Ice Game, presented by McDonald’s and WNWN. In the first period, it took only five shots between the two teams for them to score two goals apiece. Andrei Nestrasil got the scoring started just 1:27 into the contest with …

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K-Wings respond with 3-1 win over Cyclones

CINCINATTI, OH- Following their lackluster play in Wednesday night’s 2-1 loss to the South Carolina Stingrays at Wings Stadium, the Kalamazoo Wings looked to get back on the winning track in Cincinnati. The Cyclones, winless in their last three games, have only lost one game in regulation on home ice this season in 12 games. That one loss was to …

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Lack of jump dooms K-Wings in 2-1 loss

KALAMAZOO, MI – A demoralizing loss. That is how Kalamazoo Wings forward Sam Ftorek summed up the K-Wings 2-1 loss to the South Carolina Stingrays on Wednesday night at Wings Stadium. “They (Stingrays) didn’t deviate from their system at all,” Ftorek said. “We didn’t really adjust the way we were supposed to; we were a step behind and for whatever …

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K-Wings knock off Road Warriors; Titans in weekend wins

KALAMAZOO, MI- The Kalamazoo Wings gave their fans a reason to cheer as they were victorious in both games at Wings Stadium this past weekend. With the wins, the K-Wings improve their record to 19-11-1-2, good for 41 points and first place in the ECHL’s North Division. The K-Wings were not trying to be cruel to their fans during Saturday’s …

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