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K-Wings; Komets to renew rivalry

The ECHL will expand to 23 teams next season as the Fort Wayne Komets and Evansville IceMen, both formerly of the Central Hockey League, have joined the league. The Komets, who just wrapped up their second season in the CHL by winning the Presidents Cup, will reignite their rivalry with the Kalamazoo Wings that dates back to the 1970’s when …

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K-WINGS SEASON COMES TO AN END

Battling until the final horn, the Kalamazoo Wings season came to an end, as the K-Wings lost to the Florida Everblades 3-1 Saturday night at the Germain Arena and dropped their Eastern Conference Finals series four games to one. While neither team was able to score in the opening period, the period’s best chance came from Florida’s Sebastien Piche, who …

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SECOND PERIOD OUTBURST PUSHES FLORIDA PAST KALAMAZOO

The Kalamazoo Wings have been pushed to the brink of elimination following a 7-3 loss Thursday night to the Florida Everblades in the game four of the Eastern Conference Finals. With the loss, the K-Wings trail the best-of-seven series three games to one. In a period that was eerily similar to the opening period of game three, the K-Wings dictated …

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EVERBLADES DISMANTLE K-WINGS

Winning their sixth straight playoff home game, the Florida Everblades defeated the Kalamazoo Wings 7-0 Wednesday night in game three of the Eastern Conference Finals and now lead the best-of-seven series two games to one. Creating a turnover in the neutral zone, Florida leaped ahead midway in the period with a tally from Mathieu Roy (3rd). Stealing the puck at …

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K-Wings stun Everblades with 3-2 comeback win

KALAMAZOO — Erupting for three goals in the third period on Saturday night, the Kalamazoo Wings knocked off the visiting Florida Everblades in game two of the Eastern Conference Finals by a score of 3-2. The best-of-seven series now shifts to Estero, Fla. for games 3, 4, and 5 beginning Wednesday night. The Everblades blanked the K-Wings 2-0 on Friday …

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K-WINGS RALLY TO WIN GAME TWO

Showing all the courage of a fighter in the last round of a championship fight, the Kalamazoo Wings punched their way back to even the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Finals at one game apiece with a thrilling 3-2 victory Saturday night at Wings Stadium over the Florida Everblades. Playing most of the opening 20 minutes in the K-Wings zone, the Everblades, …

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K-WINGS SHUTOUT IN GAME ONE

Standing tall between the pipes, Pat Nagle (4-0) turned aside 34 shots to record his league-best second postseason shutout, as the Florida Everblades defeated the Kalamazoo Wings 2-0 in game one of the Eastern Conference Finals. Picture perfect passing helped put the Everblades on the scoreboard in the opening period. Working the puck tape-to-tape, David Rutherford found a cutting Bobby …

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Everblades defeat K-Wings 2-0 in series opener

KALAMAZOO- The Florida Everblades scored a goal in each of the first two periods and goaltender Pat Nagle turned away all 34 shots he faced as they defeated the Kalamazoo Wings by a score of 2-0 on Friday night. The Everblades take an early 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Finals series. Riley Gill, the K-Wings net minder turned …

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K-WINGS TO MEET EVERBLADES IN THE CONFERENCE FINALS

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 times and dates of 2012 Kelly Cup Playoff Eastern Conference Finals match-up against the Florida Everblades.  The K-Wings and Everblades will square …

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A special victory. . .

Led by a stifling 4-for-5 power-play performance, the Kalamazoo Wings defeated the South Carolina Stingrays 5-1 in game five of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals and will advance to the conference finals after knocking out the Stingrays four games to one. Special teams led to both team’s first goals in the first period. Stopping a shorthanded odd-man rush by Kalamazoo, South …

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