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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February 13, 2008

Comments

Jerad Shaw

No penalties in the other IHL game going on tonight in the 1st and 2nd period!

Andrew

Maybe the Komets will give a tryout to Fort Wayne native Ryan Potts. He played in the MAHL as a defenseman (I don't remember what team).

Andy

Way to go Capetian Guy and Terry!

Andy

Aww man that is horrible captain*** Justin we need to be able to edit our posts. sounds like the ref sucked but we managed to pull it out.

Go Komets

Jerad Shaw

HAHA...Andy, you aren't the only one man!!! I screw up about 4 post a week!!! No harm no foul!

Kevin

Ryan played for the Wooster Warriors. He's a pretty good player i played highschool with him

deuce

I give up, how many times can Ewasko trip over his own 2 feet in a game? Mr Trebek? We didn't need to worry about someone fighting him, he'd take himself out of the play. And maybe with tomorrow being valentine's day all Cornhole wanted to do with Henley was cuddle, he sure was hugging on him enough during their fight.

Jerad Shaw

Do NOT disrespect the game of cornhole by using his name. Deuce, Love ya bro, but any other name is fine, but don't disrespect Cornhole like that. :)

donkey

Fort Wayne native Ryan Potts did play for the Wooster Warriors some this year. He has a full time job here in town, but would be a great emergency player if the K's ever need one. He is a forward with a nice scoring touch.

Jerad Shaw

That was suppose to be a funny. Sorry!!! The Komet's should put together a Cornhole tourney for Charity in the Summer!!! Just an idea!!!

Ryne Gurney

Henley looked like he didn't want anything to do with that fight. Also how did Durdin get a game, he pulled the third man off and let him go, i don't even think he lost his gloves.

kometfan

That ref was horrible...hockey was not able to be played throughout the whole night...it seemed like every five seconds a penalty was called..and how can there be two third man in calls....dont you think durdin was the fourth man in and all he did was pull the guy off of hanson!! horrible officiating! boucher at times looked a little sloppy!

Jerad Shaw

Komets win. That's all that matters. You guys can nit pick about the officials or what have you, but a win is a win. A Wednesday night game is tough for the fans, and even tougher for the players. More so when there is the leagues best team vs. the leagues Worst team.

deuce

My bad Jerad, I shouldn't have put those 2 together. :) Makes the game of cornhole look bad!

New Komet Fan

Hey Jerad,

Were you at the game? The Refs sucked!! It was like watching Hawthorne or Gallagher reincarnated.

jonndfi

Jared-Why is a Wednesday game tough for the fans? I LOVE hockey and would go every day of the week if I could. Graber was terrible with some of his calls. I think it was Gallagher using a different name.

deuce

I was telling a guy sitting next to me that graber could've been hawthorne in disguise. Glad to see that I wasn't the only one thinking that.

mark


This guy led his team to a 31-1 record and the league championship in his first stint as head coach? WOW! If his league is done for the year, would it really hurt to have Coach Sims give him a call and bring him up to FW to to work as an assistant the rest of the season? Maybe he has some great ideas and it would be nice to see him on the bench. Congrats to Coach Gratz for winning a championship(although during a shortened season.) A ring is a ring whether you play 100 games and win a title or 10 games and win a title. Nice to see someone from FW having success coaching in the minor league hockey ranks!

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