Justin A. Cohn


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  • Justin A. Cohn, pro sports coordinator for The Journal Gazette, has been covering the Fort Wayne Komets since 1997. His reporting includes game stories from home and away, features about the players and personalities associated with the Komets, plus coverage of issues affecting hockey at all levels. A native of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Cohn graduated from Emory University in Atlanta. He can be reached at 260-461-8429 or by email at jcohn@jg.net.

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January 03, 2008

Comments

Andy

Good to hear Kevin did not break any bones, lets just pray the MRI turns out good and Kevin is back on the ice for the game Saturday.

Also Thanks Justin! Keep up the good work.

Legault's Hawk Rocks!!

hope ur back soon hansen love ya...prayers and everything to u...thanks 4 the updates justin they are REALLY REALLY GREAT TO HAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mightbite

Some should of pounded rohr when it happened and when he comes here again ! We need more players to stand up!

K.M.

Thanks for the updates Justin...

That was scary last night, I felt really bad for his fiance when she was down by the bench, the things that had to be going through her mind.

I am sure Rohrs feels horrible. My thoughts and prayers go out to Kevin Hansen, his family, friends and the Komets organization.

Brandan

Thanks for the extra effort on this one, Justin. It was the first thing I wanted to know this morning.

Teresa

Thanks for the update, Justin. I sit right across from where that happened and it was a very scary sight. I'm so happy to hear nothing is broken. Best wishes for a speedy recovery Kevin. Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

KrazyKometFan

Justin, you rock! Thanks so much for the update. We were all so concerned- even tears in our eyes.

Jerad Shaw

I would like to say thanks to Justin for going above and beyond the call of duty on this one! Much appreciated!

mightnotbite

In response to mightbite.
Woods jumped Rohrs IMMEDIATELY after it happened, and then he was thrown-out of the game.
What exactly would you like anyone to do? I'm sure that all players were a little more distracted and concerned for Kevin rather than having revenge on their minds. Justin -- can you require that posts at least meet a minimum standard of forethought?

mightbite

Sorry but it looked more like a grade school kids playing from my seat, I didn't see any punches thrown.

Tom

A solution might be to susend Rohr for the rest of the games with FW for his protection. I am glad all of the Komets are out for blood like some of you. Muskegon really just played the rest of the game out and they felt bad too...you could see it on their faces because they know their carreers could be in jeopardy at moment too. It was eye opening experience for everyone involved. No sense killing another person...Woods did his job...end of that story. Komets will win in Muskegon on Friday for Kevin.

tzot.......

no reason for revenge......

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