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Sat, Oct 07

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The Comets dropped a 3-1 decision to the Toronto Marlies Saturday afternoon. Nikolay Goldobin struck first on the power play just 6:30 into the opening period with assists from Reid Boucher and Alexis D’Aoust. Rich Clune tied the game three minutes into the middle frame, banking a shot off of Thatcher Demko’s foot. Ben Smith and Andrew Nielsen were credited with the assists. Kerby Rychel gave the Marlies a 2-1 lead at the 12:08 mark of the third period with a power play goal assisted by Nielsen and Miro Aaltonen. Nikita Shoshnikov scored a late empty net goal to seal the win. Thatcher Demko finished with 24 saves in the loss.

Sun, Oct 8 4:00PM
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Sun, Oct 08

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The Comets fell by a score of 4-3 to the Toronto Marlies Sunday afternoon. Carter Bancks struck first to take a 1-0 lead. Kerby Rychel tied the game up one minute later with a power play goal. Timothy Liljegren gave Toronto their first lead of the game at the 19:33 mark of the first period. Joseph LaBate and Ben Smith traded goals in the second period early in the second period to make it 3-2. Alexis D'Aoust tied the game at three with under a minute remaining in the middle frame. Andreas Johnsson scored the eventual game-winning goal five minutes into the final period. Richard Bachman finished with 30 saves in the loss.

 

 

Fri, Oct 13 7:05PM
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Rochester Americans
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Fri, Oct 13

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The Utica Comets defeated the Rochester Americans by a score of 2-0. Nikolay Goldobin scored 47 seconds into the game. Reid Boucher picked up the assist. Patrick Wiercioch extended the lead to 2-0 at the 13:00 mark of the second period. Boucher and Carter Bancks tallied the assists. Demko made 33 saves to earn the shutout victory.

Sat, Oct 14 7:00PM
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Syracuse Crunch
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Sat, Oct 14

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The Utica Comets defeated the Syracuse Crunch 3-2 Saturday night at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena. Nikolay Goldobin struck first for the Comets. Reid Boucher and Philip Holm tallied the assist. Cory Conacher tied the game up with under a minute to go in the first period.

Holm regained the Comets’ lead with a power play strike with at the 12:41 mark of the middle frame. Carter Bancks and Goldobin tallied the assists on the only goal of the second period.

Erik Cernak tied the game at two just less than four minutes into the third period. Mitchel Stephens and Daniel Walcott had the assists. Three minutes later, Michael Chaput put the Comets back up 3-2, tipping a shot from Evan McEneny on the power play. Holm also collected an assist on the play. The Comets outlasted the Crunch’s late flurry to secure the victory. Thatcher Demko finished with 24 saves

Sat, Oct 21 7:05PM
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Rochester Americans
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Sat, Oct 21

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The Utica Comets defeated the Rochester Americans 5-1 at Blue Cross Arena Saturday Night. For the fifth straight game, the Comets scored the first goal. Darren Archibald tucked home a power play goal at the 3:42 mark of the opening period. Carter Bancks and Nikolay Goldobin picked up the assists to continue their respective point streaks. Reid Boucher made it 2-0 with a power play strike of his own with 2:35 to go in the first period. Goldobin collected the lone assist. Boucher struck again two minutes later on the man advantage to put the Comets up 3-0. Alexis D’Aoust and Archibald had the assists.

Joseph LaBate continued the dominant effort with a goal of his own on the man advantage just three and a half minutes into the second period. Jayson Megna and Philip Holm tallied the assists. Five minutes later, Guillaume Brisebois netted his first professional goal with a long wrist shot from the point. Holm and Yan-Pavel Laplante were credited with the assists. C.J. Smith ended Thatcher Demko’s shutout bid with six minutes remaining in the third period, tipping a pass from Steve Moses. Demko finished with 40 saves.  

Sat, Oct 28 6:00PM
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Charlotte Checkers
Loss 5-1

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Sat, Oct 28

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The Utica Comets. The first period went scoreless, but Andrew Miller broke the tie just 37 seconds into the second period. Miller’s second of the night made it 2-0 with 12:14 to go in the middle frame. Sergey Tolchinsky scored five minutes later to make it 3-0 Charlotte. Phillip Samuelsson made it 4-0 two and a half minutes later. 

Patrick Brown extended the lead to 5-0 with a power play goal four minutes into the third period. Brendan Gaunce ended the shutout bid with 11:12 to go in the final period with an assist from Joseph LaBate. Bachman finished with 14 saves in the loss.
 

Sun, Oct 29 1:00PM
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Charlotte Checkers
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Sun, Oct 29

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The Utica Comets defeated the Charlotte Checkers by a score of 6-2 Sunday afternoon at the Bojangles Coliseum. Nikolay Goldobin found the back of the net a minute and a half into the game. Michael Chaput picked up the assist on the power play strike. Mike Ferrantino tied the game four minutes later on an odd-man rush. Clark Bishop had the only assist on the play. Reid Boucher made it 2-1 Comets with under seven minutes to go in the opening frame. Goldobin tallied the assist on Boucher’s third of the year. Evan McEneny extended the Comets’ lead with 37 seconds remaining in the first period, firing a shot from the point past Jeremy Smith. Brendan Gaunce and Wacey Hamilton collected the assists.

Halfway through the second period, Zack MacEwen scored his first career goal to give the Comets a 4-1 lead. McEneny and Anton Rodin picked up the assists on the power play strike. Gaunce put the Comets up 5-1 just five minutes later. Rodin and Hamilton notched the assists on the play. Brendan Woods tallied his first goal as a Comet to put Utica up 6-1 with 12:30 remaining in the third period. McEneny and Goldobin had the assists. Andrew Poturalski got one back for Charlotte with an unassisted strike at the 16:38 mark of the third period. Julien Gauthier scored late to make it 6-3 with an unassisted goal of his own. Thatcher Demko finished with 31 saves

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Wed, Nov 1 7:00PM
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Wed, Nov 01

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The Utica Comets fell to the Rochester Americans 4-3 in a shootout in their home opener at the Adirondack Bank Center. Hudson Fasching struck 14 seconds into the game to take an early 1-0 lead. C.J. Smith and Kyle Criscuolo had the assists. Michael Chaput tied the game on the power play three minutes later, putting a rebound past Linus Ullmark. Darren Archibald and Reid Boucher picked up the assists. Darren Archibald’s second goal of the year gave the Comets a 2-1 lead with three minutes left in the first. Evan McEneny and Alexis D’Aoust tallied the assists. Kevin Porter tied the game at two with a power play goal of his own with 14 seconds remaining in the opening frame. Brendan Guhle collected the lone assist. Alexis D’Aoust regained the Comets one-goal lead at the 7:42 mark of the second period Wacey Hamilton and Archibald notched the assists on D’Aoust’s second of the season. Steve Moses knotted the game at three with a power play goal from Smith and Criscuolo with 4:32 left in the middle frame.

The two teams traded chances in the third period but Ullmark and Thatcher Demko were up to the task. Despite the Comets outshooting the Amerks 44-30 through regulation, overtime was needed to find a winner. The Comets dominated overtime with a number of scoring chances, including Boucher hitting the crossbar, but were unable to find the winner. The game would go to a shootout. Porter struck first for the Amerks in round one, but Boucher would respond

Fri, Nov 3 7:00PM
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Binghamton Devils
Loss 1-2

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Fri, Nov 03

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Sat, Nov 4 7:00PM
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Sat, Nov 04

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The Utica Comets defeated the Rochester Americans 3-2 in a shootout Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. The first period went scoreless despite the Comets having five power plays, including an extended five-on-three that they were unable to capitalize on. Anton Rodin broke the scoreless tie with 6:34 remaining in the second period, capitalizing on a two-on-one rush and pushing a shot through the pads of Adam Wilcox. Zack MacEwen tallied the assist. Over a minute later, Nikolay Goldobin took advantage of a Wilcox turnover and put it into a wide-open net to make it 2-0 Comets. Michael Chaput and Philip Holm picked up the assists on the power play strike.

Sahir Gill cut the Comets lead to 2-1 at the 2:38 mark of the third period. Brendan Guhle had the lone assist. Guhle tied the game two minutes later, firing a wrist shot past Bachman on the power play. C.J. Smith and Steve Moses were credited with the assists. Neither team could find a winner, so the game went to overtime The Comets dominated overtime with some spectacular chances but couldn’t put anything home, so for the second time this week, the Comets and Amerks would go to a shootout. Bachman would stop all three shots in the shootout and Goldobin potted the winning goal in the second round to secure the win. Bachman finished with 22 saves

Wed, Nov 8 7:00PM
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Charlotte Checkers
Loss 2-5

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Wed, Nov 08

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The Utica Comets fell the to the Charlotte Checkers by a score of 5-2 Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Andrew Miller gave Charlotte an early 1-0 lead, sneaking around the Comets defense and putting a shot behind Richard Bachman. Phil Di Giuseppe was credited with the assist. Nikolay Goldobin tied the game six minutes later, burying a loose puck in front. Carter Bancks and Jaime Sifers tallied the assists on Goldobin’s sixth goal of the year. Valentin Zykov regained the one-goal lead for Charlotte at the 15:43 mark of the first period on the power play. Miller and Lucas Wallmark had the assists. Dennis Robertson made it 3-1 just two minutes later, coming down from the point and firing a shot past Bachman. Warren Foegele and Sergey Tolchinsky had the assists.

 

Wallmark extended the Checkers’ lead to 4-1 50 seconds into the middle frame with an unassisted goal. Zack MacEwen brought the Comets back to within two, burying his own rebound with 15 seconds left in the second period. Joseph LaBate and Michael Chaput picked up the assists. The Comets attempted a comeback but were unable to break through Jeremy Smith. Foegele scored an empty-net goal to seal the victory. Bachman finished with 21 saves

Fri, Nov 10 7:00PM
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Charlotte Checkers
Loss 2-5

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Fri, Nov 10

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The Utica Comets fell to the Charlotte Checkers by a score of 5-2 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Nicolas Roy netted the game’s first goal with 3:29 to go in the opening frame, intercepting a pass from Evan McEneny and going in on a two-on-none. Aleksi Saarela had the assist on the shorthanded goal. Clark Bishop extended the lead to 2-0 at the 11:46 mark of the second period, firing a wrist shot past Richard Bachman. Julien Gauthier and Andrew Poturalski were credited with the assist. Jayson Megna cut the lead to 2-1 with a shorthanded goal of his own. Carter Bancks and Evan McEneny tallied the assists.

Poturalski regained the two goal lead 33 seconds into the third period. Trevor Carrick and Phil Di Giuseppe picked up the assists. The Checkers struck again five minutes when Janne Kuokkanen got one behind Bachman with assists from Carrick and Tyler Ganly. The Comets responded two minutes later with a power play goal from Michael Chaput. Nikolay Goldobin and Philip Holm collected the assists. Bishop put the Checkers back up by three with 9:09 to go in the game with a breakaway goal. Andrew Miller assisted on Bishop’s second goal of the night. Bachman stopped 26 of 31 shots in the loss. His record falls to 1-4-0.

Wed, Nov 15 7:30PM
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Laval Rocket
Loss 5-4

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Wed, Nov 15

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The Utica Comets fell to the Laval Rocket by a score of 5-4 Wednesday night at Place Bell. Daniel Carr struck less than five minutes into the game with a power play goal. Peter Holland and Michael McCarron had the assists. Holland extended the lead to 2-0 with 31 seconds remaining in the opening frame. Daniel Audette and Matt Taormina collected the assists on the power play goal. Carr netted his second goal of the night at the 11:15 mark of the second period. Taormina and Chris Terry were credited with the assists. Michael Chaput got the Comets on the board with 5:08 remaining in the middle frame when he put a loose puck behind Michael McNiven. The goal was unassisted.

Antoine Waked regained Laval’s three-goal lead four minutes into the third period, firing a one-timer past Thatcher Demko. Jakub Jerabek and Taormina tallied the assists. Alexis D’Aoust brought the Comets back to within two halfway through the final period when he finished a nifty passing play from Zack MacEwen. Cole Cassels also picked up an assist on the play. Jordan Boucher scored an empty net goal, but Michael Carcone and Reid Boucher struck in the last 16 seconds to bring the game to within one, but it was too little, too late. Demko stopped 20 of 24 shots and his record falls to 4-2-1.

Fri, Nov 17 7:00PM
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Belleville Senators
Win 7-1

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Fri, Nov 17

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The Utica Comets defeated the Belleville Senators by a score of 7-1 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. The Comets tied the franchise record for goals scored in a game and largest margin of victory. Reid Boucher broke the scoreless tie with a one-time blast on the power play two and a half minutes into the middle frame. Nikolay Goldobin and Jordan Subban picked up the assists. Philip Holm made it 2-0 just two minutes later with a rip from the point. Goldobin and Carter Bancks tallied the assists. Michael Chaput extended his point streak with a power play goal of his own two minutes later. LaBate and Subban collected the assists. The route continued when Ashton Sautner potted his first of the year to bring the score to 4-0 Utica. Cam Darcy and Zack MacEwen had the assists.

Jayson Megna scored a breakaway goal just 40 seconds into the final period to make the score 5-0. Chaput picked up the lone assist. Gabriel Gagne ended Demko’s shutout bid with a power play goal three and a half minutes into the third period. Filip Chlapyk was credited with the assist. Boucher netted his second of the night halfway through the period with assists from Guillaume Brisebois and Darcy. Griffen Molino capped the game off with his first professional goal from Subban and Alexis D’Aoust. Thatcher Demko stopped 26 of 27 shots and his record improves to 5-3-1.

Sat, Nov 18 7:00PM
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Hartford Wolf Pack
Loss 1-4

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Sat, Nov 18

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The Utica Comets fell to the Hartford Wolf Pack by a score of 4-1 Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Carter Bancks put the Comets up 1-0 seven minutes into the game, firing a wrister past Chris Nell. Nikolay Goldobin and Jalen Chatfield picked up the assists. The assist was Chatfield’s first professional point. Filip Chytil tied the game at one with five minutes remaining in the first. Cole Schneider and Vinni Lettieri were credited with the assists. Chytil struck again two minutes later on the power play. Lettieri had the lone assist.

Lettieri extended Hartford’s lead to 3-1 six minutes into the middle frame with an unassisted goal. The Comets had a plethora of chances but Nell was up to the task.Gabriel Fontaine put Hartford up 4-1 five minutes into the final period. Adam Cracknell and John Gilmour collected the assists. The Comets pressed down the final stretch but were unable to solve Nell. Demko stopped 25 of 29 shots and his record falls to 5-4-1.

Wed, Nov 22 7:00PM
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Toronto Marlies
Loss 2-5

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Wed, Nov 22

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The Utica Comets fell to the Toronto Marlies 5-2 Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center.Both teams had a plethora of chances in the opening frame with Utica and Toronto combining for 31 shots, but it was ultimately the Marlies that got on the board first with a power play strike with 48 seconds remaining in the period courtesy of Miro Aaltonen. Timothy Liljegren and Mason Marchment had the assists.

Patrick Wiercioch tied the game with a shorthanded goal six minutes into the middle frame. Michael Chaput and Cameron Darcy tallied the assists. Justin Holl regained the lead five minutes later with assists from Ben Smith and Trevor Moore. In the last minute of the period, Dmytro Timashov put Toronto up 3-1, burying a loose puck in front. Holl struck again seven minutes into the final period. Travis Dermott collected the assist. Chris Mueller put the Marlies up 5-1 halfway through the third period. Timashov was credited with the assist. Reid Boucher brought the Comets to within three, but it was too little, too late. Jalen Chatfield and Zack MacEwen picked up the assists on Boucher’s seventh of the year. Thatcher Demko stopped 35 of 40 shots and his record falls to 5-5-1.

Fri, Nov 24 7:30PM
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Laval Rocket
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Fri, Nov 24

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The Utica Comets defeated the Laval Rocket by a score of 3-2 Friday night at Place Bell. Alexis D’Aoust drew first blood for the Comets, putting a rebound in front of the net with seven minutes to go in the opening frame. Griffen Molino and Joe Faust picked up the assists. The assist was Faust’s first point as a Comet. Yannick Veilleux tied the game at one halfway through the second period, stealing a pass in front of the net and squirting a shot through Richard Bachman. Nikolay Goldobin put the Comets back up by one four minutes later with a power play goal. Jordan Subban and Joseph LaBate tallied the assists. Veilleux struck again two minutes later to tie the game at two. Brett Lernout had the lone assist. Michael Chaput extended his road point streak to four games with a goal at the 8:06 mark of the third period. Reid Boucher and Zack MacEwen collected the assists. The Comets quelled Laval’s late flurry to secure to victory. Bachman finished with 19 saves and his record improves to 2-4-0.

Sat, Nov 25 3:00PM
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Sat, Nov 25

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The Utica Comets defeated the Laval Rocket by a score of 3-2 in a shootout Saturday night at Place Bell. Alexis D’Aoust netted the first goal of the game for the second straight night, converting on a one-time pass from Patrick Wiercioch six minutes into the game. Nikolay Goldobin also tallied an assist on the goal.Utica and Laval each had their chances in the middle frame, but Thatcher Demko and Charlie Lindgren were up to the task.Michael McCarron scored two goals in seven seconds to put Laval up 2-1 halfway through the third period, including putting home a loose puck in front that bounced off the glass partition with Demko caught out of his net. Jeremy Gregoire and Daniel Audette assisted on McCarron’s first goal, while Gregoire and Brett Lernout were credited with the assists on the second goal. With Demko on the bench for the extra attacker, Reid Boucher tied the game with 42 seconds remaining in regulation. Philip Holm and Jayson Megna picked up the assists.

The Comets had their chances in overtime but were unable to find a winner and the game would head to a shootout.Megna and Boucher both scored, and Demko stopped two of three shots in the shootout to secure the victory.Demko finished with 40 saves and his record improves to 6-5-1.

Wed, Nov 29 7:00PM
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Wed, Nov 29

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The Utica Comets defeated the Rochester Americans by a score of 2-1 in overtime Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. A back and forth first period went scoreless thanks to superb efforts from Thatcher Demko and Linus Ullmark, each stopping 10 shots apiece.

Rochester netted the game’s first goal off the stick of Garret Ross five minutes into the second period. Conor Allen and Adam Krause had the assists. Jayson Megna tied the game with a shorthanded goal eight minutes into the final period. Patrick Wiercioch and Cam Darcy picked up the assists. Neither team could find the net in the final 12 minutes of regulation and the game would go to overtime. Reid Boucher netted the game-winning goal a minute and half into overtime. Darcy and Ashton Sautner tallied the assists. Demko finished with 29 saves and his record improves to 7-5-1.

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Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Loss 6-7 OT

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The Utica Comets fell to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers by a score of 7-6 in overtime Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Reid Boucher struck 46 seconds into the game, burying a loose puck past Christopher Gibson. Jordan Subban and Cam Darcy picked up the assists. Steve Bernier tied the game with 8:23 remaining in the first period. Tanner Fritz and Kane Lafranchise had the assists. Scott Eansor put Bridgeport up 2-1 with a power play goal three minutes later. Boucher tied the game at two 1:29 into the middle frame with a power play goal of his own. Jayson Megna had the lone assist. Joseph LaBate’s unassisted tally put the Comets up 3-2 two minutes later. Fritz tied the game at three less than two minutes later. Lafranchise was credited with the assist. Michael Chaput regained the lead for the Comets at the 10:47 mark of the second period. Boucher and Patrick Wiercioch had the assists on the power play goal. Casey Bailey knotted things up at four on the power play with less than four minutes to go in the second.

Chaput netted his second of the night seven minutes into the third period. Zack MacEwen and Boucher collected the assists. Seth Helgeson tied the game at five just thirty seconds later.. Toews gave Bridgeport a 6-5 lead with 7:30 to go in the game with a power play goal. Wiercioch tied it at six with 3:08 left in regulation. MacEwen picked up his second assist of the night on the goal. Fritz scored the game-winning goal with seven seconds remaining in overtime. Demko finished

Sat, Dec 2 7:00PM
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Sat, Dec 02

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The Utica Comets defeated the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 2-1 in a shootout Saturday night at Webster Bank Arena. Tanner Fritz broke the scoreless tie with 33 seconds remaining in the middle frame, burying a one-timer past Thatcher Demko. Sebastian Aho and Stephen Gionta were credited with the assists.Joseph LaBate squeezed a shot past Kristers Gudlevskis to tie the game at one with 18 seconds left in regulation. Jayson Megna and Cam Darcy picked up the assists on the goal to send the Comets to overtime for the third consecutive game.

Overtime went scoreless despite a late Comets power play and the game would head to a shootout.Reid Boucher and Tanner Fritz traded goals in the second round before Michael Carcone netted the shootout winner in the fifth round. Demko finished with 32 saves and his record improves to 8-5-2.

Wed, Dec 6 7:00PM
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Syracuse Crunch
Loss 1-6

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Wed, Dec 06

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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 6-1 Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Patrick Wiercioch put the Comets up 1-0 halfway through the opening frame with a shorthanded goal. Jayson Megna and Cam Darcy picked up the assists. Adam Erne tied the game with 2:03 to go in the first, capitalizing off a Comets turnover. Kevin Lynch had the assist. Carter Verhaeghe gave the Crunch a 2-1 lead halfway through the second period. Dominik Masin and Erik Cernak were credited with the assists. Verhaeghe struck again less than two minutes later, firing a shot over the shoulder of Richard Bachman. Michael Bournival collected the lone assist.

Matthew Spencer extended the Syracuse lead to 4-1 with 12:06 remaining in the third period. Anthony Cirelli and Erne tallied the assists. Erne netted his second goal of the night three minutes later. Mat Bodie picked up the assist. Erne scored his third of then night on the power play, redirecting a shot over Bachman. Mathieu Joseph and Cirelli tallied the assists. Bachman finished with 22 saves and his record falls to 2-5-0.

Sat, Dec 9 7:05PM
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Providence Bruins
Loss 3-2 OT

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Sat, Dec 09

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The Utica Comets fell to the Providence Bruins by a score of 3-2 in overtime Saturday night at the Dunkin Donuts Center. The first period went scoreless thanks to the efforts of Thatcher Demko and Jordan Binnington. Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson netted the first goal of the game two minutes into the second period. Rob O’Gara and Jakub Zboril were credited with the assists. Cam Darcy tied the game at the 6:28 mark of the middle frame with a power play goal. Guillaume Brisebois and Zack MacEwen tallied the assists.

Michael Carcone put the Comets up 2-1 five minutes into the third period with an unassisted goal. Connor Clifton tied the game at two with a shorthanded goal. Austin Czarnik had the assist. Neither team could find a winner in regulation and the game would go to overtime. Jordan Szwarz scored the game-winning goal with 39 second remaining in overtime. Czarnik and Kenny Agostino collected the assists. Demko finished with 32 saves and his record falls to 8-5-3.

Sun, Dec 10 3:05PM
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Sun, Dec 10

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The Utica Comets fell to the Providence Bruins 4-3 in overtime Sunday afternoon at the Dunkin Donuts Center. Alexis D’Aoust drew first blood two and a half minutes into the game, deflecting a shot from Guillaume Brisebois. Brendan Woods also had an assist on the play. Jesse Gabrielle tied it up at one with 1:54 remaining in the first period. Chris Porter collected the lone assist. Reid Boucher put the Comets up 2-1 at the 7:50 mark of the second period. Jayson Megna tallied the assist.

Boucher netted his second goal of the night six minutes into the third period on the power play. Patrick Wiercioch and Cam Darcy picked up the assists. Darcy extended his point streak to six games with the assist. Josh Hennessy cut the Comets’ lead to 3-2 at the 11:53 mark of the third period. Porter and Tommy Cross had the assists. Rob O’Gara tied the game at three just two minutes later. Austin Czarnik and Jakub Zboril were credited with the assists. Kenny Agostino scored a lightning fast 26 seconds into overtime to secure the win with the assist credited to Cross. Richard Bachman finished with 27 saves and his record falls to 2-5-1.

Wed, Dec 13 7:05PM
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Wed, Dec 13

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The Utica Comets were defeated by the Rochester Americans 3-1 Wednesday night at Blue Cross Arena. Michael Carcone put the Comets up 1-0 just 1:27 into the game by somehow squeezing a shot through the pads of Linus Ullmark. Wacey Hamilton and Cole Cassels tallied the assists. Steve Moses fired a one-timer past Thatcher Demko to tie the game at one with 2:27 to go in the opening frame. Sahir Gill and Casey Nelson had the assists.

Stuart Percy gave the Amerks their first lead of the game at the 6:50 mark of the second period. C.J. Smith and Nick Baptiste were credited with the assists. Smith extended the lead to 3-1 with a power play goal. Seth Griffith and Zach Redmond collected the assists.  Demko finished with 31 saves and his record falls to 8-6-3. 

Fri, Dec 15 7:00PM
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Fri, Dec 15

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The Utica Comets defeated the Binghamton Devils by a score of 2-1 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center.Philip Holm struck first for the Comets with a power play goal at the 16:34 mark of the first period. Reid Boucher and Zack MacEwen tallied the assists.

Josh Jacobs tied the game at one with 11:26 to go in the second, tipping a shot over Thatcher Demko. Kevin Rooney and Kevin Morris had the assists. Brendan Woods regained the Comets’ lead five minutes into the final period, ripping a shot past Ken Appleby for his second of the year. Cole Cassels and Cliff Watson picked up the assists. Demko stopped 20 shots and his record improves to 9-6-3.

Sat, Dec 16 7:00PM
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Sat, Dec 16

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The Utica Comets fell to the Rochester Americans by a score of 3-2 Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Michael Carcone netted the first goal of the game nine minutes into the second period by putting a shot past Wilcox while he was falling to the ice. Cole Cassels and Patrick Wiercioch tallied the assists.

Cassels gave the Comets a 2-0 lead five minutes into the final period. Griffen Molino and Carcone picked up the assists. Sahir Gill cut the lead to 2-1 with a power play goal at the 13:27 mark of the third period. C.J. Smith and Stuart Percy had the assists. Nick Baptiste tied the game with 2:52 to go in regulation. Smith and Kyle Criscuolo were credited with the assists. Neither team could find the back of the net in regulation and the game would need overtime. Smith scored 17 seconds into overtime to win. Criscuolo and Brendan Guhle were credited with the assists. Bachman finished with 27 saves and his record drops to 2-5-2.

Wed, Dec 20 7:00PM
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Wed, Dec 20

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The Utica Comets defeated the Toronto Marlies by a score of 5-2 Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Jayson Megna struck 36 seconds into the game to give Utica an early 1-0 lead. Carter Bancks tallied the assist. Dymtro Timashov tied the game three minutes later, burying a rebound past Thatcher Demko. Miro Aaltonen and Sam Jardine were credited with the assists. Holm regained the Comets lead with a power play goal at the 7:05 mark of the opening frame. Megna and Carter Bancks picked up the assists. 

Ben Smith tied the game at two with 12:51 to go in the second period. Aaltonen collected the assist. Michael Carcone put the Comets back on top at the 18:20 mark of the middle frame, putting his own rebound past Calvin Pickard. Zack MacEwen earned the assist. Alexis D’Aoust extended the lead to 4-2 with 6:06 remaining in regulation. Ashton Sautner and Carter Bancks picked up the assists. Patrick Wiercioch made it 5-2 on the power play three minutes later. Dylan Blujus and D’Aoust collected the assists. The assist was Blujus’ first point as a Comet.Demko finished with 32 saves and his record improves to 10-6-3.

Fri, Dec 22 7:00PM
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Fri, Dec 22

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The Utica Comets fell to the Toronto Marlies by a score of 4-3 Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Justin Holl netted the first goal of the game four minutes into the first period with a pinballing puck that squirted through Richard Bachman. Dymtro Timashov and Andrew Nielsen had the assists. Vincent Arseneau tied the game at one with 3:46 remaining in the opening frame, tipping a puck past Calvin Pickard. Patrick Wiercioch and Carter Bancks picked up the assists. The goal was Arseneau’s first AHL goal.

Joseph LaBate gave the Comets a 2-1 lead 23 seconds into the second period. Alexis D’Aoust and Dylan Blujus tallied the assists. Chris Mueller tied the game at two at the 7:26 mark of the middle frame. Ben Smith and Timashov were credited with the assists. Ben Smith’s unassisted goal regained the Marlies lead with less than four minutes to go in the second. Cole Cassels tied it up at three a minute and a half into the third period. Michael Carcone was the lone assist. Smith notched his second of the game five minutes later to put the Marlies back up 4-3. Rinat Valiev and Holl collected the assists.  Despite a late power play, the Comets were unable to come up with an equalizer. Bachman finished with 24 saves and his record falls to 2-6-2. 

Sat, Dec 23 7:00PM
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Sat, Dec 23

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The Utica Comets defeated the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 2-1 Saturday night at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena.The first period went scoreless thanks to the efforts of Louis Domingue. The Comets also did not allow a shot on goal in the opening frame.

Michael Chaput put the Comets up 1-0 54 seconds into the second period, burying a one-timer past Domingue. Griffen Molino and Patrick Wiercioch had the assists. Erik Condra tied the game at one five minutes later, capitalizing on a two-on-one rush to put one past Thatcher Demko. Matthew Peca and Carter Verhaeghe were credited with the assists. Molino regained the Comets’ lead with 3:06 to go in the middle frame. Cole Cassels tallied the assist. Demko shut the door on the Crunch in the third period to seal the victory. He finished with 23 saves and his record improves to 11-6-3.

Wed, Dec 27 7:00PM
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Wed, Dec 27

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The Utica Comets fell to the Providence Bruins 5-4 in a shootout Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Ashton Sautner put the Comets up 1-0 53 seconds into the game with a blast from the point that found its way past Zane McIntyre. Zack MacEwen and Tony Cameranesi picked up the assists. The assist was Cameranesi’s first point as a Comet. Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson tied the game at one at the 4:09 mark of the second period, burying a loose puck over the blocker of Thatcher Demko. Michael Carcone regained Utica’s lead with 4:12 to go in the middle frame, banking the puck off a Providence defender’s skate and in from behind the net. Dylan Blujus had the lone assist.

Right as the Comets finshed a five-minute penalty kill, Adam Payerl tied the game at two.  Joseph LaBate made it 3-2 a minute and a half later. Patrick Wiercioch and Carcone tallied the assist. Blujus extended the lead to 4-3 with his first marker as a Comet over a minute later. Alexis D’Aoust collected the assist. Justin Hickman cut the lead to 4-3 40 seconds later. Payerl and Chris Porter notched the assists. Matt Beleskey tied the game at four with 1:13 to go in regulation. . Overtime was not enough to find a winner and the game would head to a shooutout. Kenny Agostino netted the only goal in the shooutout to secure the win. Demko finshed with 37 saves and his record falls to 11-6-4.

Fri, Dec 29 7:00PM
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Fri, Dec 29

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The Utica Comets fell to the Providence Bruins by a score of 3-1 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center.Connor Clifton netted the first goal of the game five minutes into the first period. Kenny Agostino and Zach Senyshyn were credited with the assists. Austin Czarnik extended the lead to 2-0 with nine seconds to go in the second period. Jordan Szwarz and Agostino had the assists.

Zack MacEwen brought the Comets to within one with 1:09 to go in regulation. Cole Cassels and Philip Holm tallied the assists. Anton Blidh scored the empty net goal with six seconds remaining to secure the win. Richard Bachman finished with 26 saves and his record falls to 2-7-2. 

Sat, Dec 30 7:00PM
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Sat, Dec 30

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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch 3-2 in a shootout Saturday night at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena. Alexander Volkov netted the game’s first goal halfway through the opening period. Carter Verhaeghe and Reid McNeill had the assists. Michael Carcone tied the game at one at the 15:41 mark of the first period. Darren Archibald and Guillaume Brisebois tallied the assists. Marco Roy’s first of the year but the Comets up 2-1 with 5:45 to go in the second period. Jalen Chatfield picked up the assist.

Volkov tied the game at two with 14:32 to go in the third period. Mathieu Joseph and Anthony Cirelli were credited with the assists. Neither team could find a winner in regulation and the game would head to overtime. Overtime did not yield a winner and the game would head to a shootout. Ben Thomas scored the winning goal in the 11th round of the shootout. Thatcher Demko made 39 saves and his record falls to 11-6-5.

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Fri, Jan 05

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The Utica Comets topped the Laval Rocket by a score of 5-2 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Laval struck first courtesy of a power play goal from Nikita Scherbak five and a half minutes into the game. Chris Terry and Matt Taormina had the assists. Andrew Cherniwchan tied the game at one with a shorthanded goal with 6:48 to go in the first. Brendan Woods picked up the assist. The goal was Cherniwchan's first as a Comet.

Eric Gelinas put Laval up 2-1 at the 2:25 mark of the second period with a shorthanded goal of his own. Kyle Baun was credited with the assist.  With 8:27 remaining in the middle frame, Philip Holm knotted things up at two with a wrister from the point that found its way past Charlie Lindgren. Darren Archibald gave the Comets their first lead of the night with 59 seconds to go in the second period. Cole Cassels and Ashton Sautner tallied the assists. Holm extended the lead to 4-2 five minutes into the third period. Zack McEwen and Michael Carcone notched the assists. Archibald scored the empty netter with 19 seconds left to secure the win. Thatcher Demko finished with 36 saves and his record improves to 12-6-5. 

Sun, Jan 7 5:00PM
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Sun, Jan 07

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The Utica Comets defeated the Hartford Wolf Pack by a score of 5-1 Sunday night at the XL Center.Reid Boucher put the Comets up 1-0 at the 4:35 mark of the first period, blasting a loose puck past Alexander Georgiev. David Dziurzynski and Jalen Chatfield tallied the assists. The assist was Dziurzynski’s first point as a Comet. Boucher struck again with a power play marker with 5:59 to go in the first. Philip Holm and Michael Carcone picked up the assists.Darren Archibald extended the lead to 3-0 with a power play strike of his own with 12:20 remaining in the middle frame. Carcone and Boucher had the assists.

Ryan Gropp cut the lead to 3-1 with a power play goal 12 minutes into the third period. Peter Holland and Neal Pionk were credited with the assists. Boucher netted the hat trick a minute later, tipping a shot from Dylan Blujus. It was the first Comets hat trick since March 13, 2016. Carcone notched the empty netter to secure the win. Dziurzynski had the lone assist. Richard Bachman made 31 saves to improve his record to 3-7-2. 

Wed, Jan 10 7:30PM
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Wed, Jan 10

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The Utica Comets defeated the Laval Rocket by a score of 5-1 Wednesday night at Place Bell. Chris Terry scored first to give Laval a 1-0 lead at the 7:12 mark of the first period, blasting a one-timer by Thatcher Demko. Nikita Scherbak and Adam Cracknell registered the assists. Marco Roy responded 1:18 later by tipping a shot from Guillaume Brisebois past Rocket goaltender Michael McNiven. Vincent Arseneau also picked up an assist. Philip Holm scored the eventual game winning goal with a power play strike 1:13 later. Reid Boucher and Cole Cassels tallied the assists. Adam Comrie extended the lead to 3-1 with a power play goal just 10 seconds into the man advantage. Patrick Wiercioch and Dylan Blujus collected the assists.

Andrew Cherniwchan continued the onslaught with a goal two and a half minutes into the second period. Jalen Chatfield had the lone assist. Cassels buried a power play goal to make it 5-1 to put the game out of reach with 3:31 to go in the third. Wiercioch and Comrie collected the assists Demko made 36 saves to improve his record to 13-6-5. 

Fri, Jan 12 7:00PM
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Fri, Jan 12

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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 3-2 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Daniel Walcott gave the Crunch a 1-0 lead five minutes into the game, deflected a shot over Thatcher Demko. Carter Verhaeghe registered the assist. Adam Comrie blasted a one-timer to tie the game at one with 7:13 to go in the opening frame. Ashton Sautner and Dylan Blujus picked up the assists. Michael Bournival regained the lead for the Crunch at the 18:14 mark of the first period. Matthew Peca and Erik Condra were credited with the assists.

AHL all-star Reid Boucher tied the game at two three minutes into the middle frame, potting a rebound past Crunch goaltender Connor Ingram. Patrick Wiercioch and Zack MacEwen tallied the assists. Verhaeghe netted a power play goal two and a half minutes into the third period to give the Crunch a 3-2 lead. Ingram shut the door on the Comets to secure the win. Demko finished with 30 saves and his record falls to 13-7-5.

Sat, Jan 13 7:05PM
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Sat, Jan 13

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The Utica Comets downed the Binghamton Devils 3-2 in overtime Saturday Night at the Floyd L. Maines Veteran’s Memorial Arena. The Devils struck first as Bracken Kearns deflected a shot past Richard Bachman two minutes into the game. Ben Thomson and Josh Jacobs had the assists. Adam Comrie tied the game at one with a power play strike at the 12:56 mark of the opening frame. Dylan Blujus tallied the assist. Tim Kennedy regained the lead for the Devils four minutes into the second period. Michael Latta and Michael Kapla were credited with the assists.

Comrie’s second of the night tied the game at two with 3:51 to go in regulation. Reid Boucher and Cam Darcy picked up the assists. Regulation was not enough to find a winner and the game would head to overtime. With Brian Strait in the box for interference, Philip Holm scored the game-winning goal with 33 seconds to go in overtime. Comrie and Darren Archibald collected the assists. Bachman finished with 31 saves to improve his record to 4-7-2.

Mon, Jan 15 1:05PM
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Mon, Jan 15

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The Utica Comets defeated the Rochester Americans by a score of 2-1 in a shootout Monday afternoon at Blue Cross Arena. Zack MacEwen gave the Comets a 1-0 lead with a power play marker two minutes into the game. Nikolay Goldobin and Reid Boucher picked up the assists. Seth Griffith tied the game at one with a power play strike of his own with 5:41 to go in the second period. Brendan Guhle and Zach Redmond were credited with the assists.

Thatcher Demko and Linus Ullmark were spotless in the third period to send the game to overtime. Demko stopped all three shots he faced and Darren Archibald scored the only goal in the shootout to earn the win. Demko finished with 27 saves to improve his record to 14-7-5. 

Wed, Jan 17 7:00PM
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Wed, Jan 17

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The Utica Comets topped the Rochester Americans 3-2 in a shootout Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Rochester struck nine minutes into the game with a power play goal off the stick of Kevin Porter who tipped a shot past Thatcher Demko. Seth Griffith and Zach Redmond were credited with the assists. Darren Archibald tied the game at one seven minutes later. Cole Cassels and Michael Carcone picked up the helpers. Cassels gave the Comets a 2-1 lead three minutes into the middle frame. Carcone tallied the assist. 

C.J. Smith tied the game at two at the 7:11 mark of the third period. Stuart Percy was credited with the assist. Demko and Amerks goaltender Linus Ullmark remained perfect down the stretch to send the game to overtime for the sixth time in the season series.Overtime did not yield a winner and for the second straight game, the Comets and Amerks would need a shootout.Kevin Porter and Reid Boucher traded goals in the first three rounds of the shootout and Nikolay Goldobin netted the game-winning goal in the fourth round to earn the win. Demko finished with 33 saves to improve his record to 15-7-5.

Fri, Jan 19 7:15PM
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Fri, Jan 19

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The Utica Comets fell to the Hartford Wolf Pack by a score of 3-2 in overtime Friday night at the XL Center. Ryan Sproul put the Wolf Pack up 1-0 with 7:34 to go in the opening frame as he put a loose puck behind Richard Bachman.  Sproul struck again with a power play goal at the 16:04 mark of the second period to put Hartford up 2-0. 

Reid Boucher brought the Comets back to within one at 13:05 to go in the third period, firing a one-timer past Wolf Pack goaltender Marek Mazanec. Nikolay Goldobin and Cam Darcy tallied the assists. Dylan Blujus netted the equalizer with a long shot from the point three minutes later. Ashton Sautner and Goldobin picked up the assists.  Neither team found the net in the final 10 minutes and the Comets would need overtime for the fourth straight game. Chytil scored the game-winning goal 1:10 into overtime. Bachman finished with 28 saves and his record falls to 4-7-3.

Sat, Jan 20 7:00PM
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Sat, Jan 20

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The Utica Comets downed the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 4-2 Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Reid Boucher drew first blood with three minutes to go in the opening frame, firing a one-timer past Crunch goaltender Connor Ingram. Nikolay Goldobin and Thatcher Demko tallied the assists. 

Darren Archibald extended the lead to 2-0 three minutes into the second period with a power play goal. Cam Darcy and Goldobin picked up the assists. Jonne Tammela cut the lead to 2-1 with a power play goal of his own, tipping a shot over the shoulder of Thatcher Demko. Michael Bournival and Jaime McBain were credited with the assists. Boucher put the Comets up 3-1 with 4:53 remaining in the middle frame. Darcy and Philip Holm had the assists. Darcy made it 4-1 two minutes later, burying a rebound past Ingram. Ashton Sautner and Goldobin registered the assists. Bournival scored 29 seconds into the third period to pull the Crunch to within two. Anthony Cirelli and Daniel Walcott had the assists.  Demko shut the door on the Crunch in the final period, stopping 19 shots in the process. Demko finished with 40 saves to improve his record to 16-7-5.

Wed, Jan 24 7:00PM
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Wed, Jan 24

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The Utica Comets fell to the Hartford Wolf Pack by a score of 4-3 in overtime Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Cole Schneider netted the game’s first goal at the 8:15 mark of the opening period, pushing a puck under the pads of Richard Bachman. Filip Chytil and Neil Pionk were credited with the assists. Adam Tambellini extended the lead to 2-0 two minutes later. Ryan Graves and Scott Kosmachuk had the assists.  Zack MacEwen pulled the Comets back to within one at the 13:20 mark of the first period, beating Wolf Pack goaltender Alexandar Georgiev on a breakaway. MacEwen struck again four minutes later to tie the game at two. Adam Comrie and Michael Carcone tallied the assists on the power play goal. Adam Chapie regained the lead for Hartford with 5:33 to go in the second period. Chytil had the lone assist.

With Bachman off for the extra attacker, Reid Boucher tied the game with a power play goal with 39 seconds left in regulation. Nikolay Goldobin and Philip Holm registered the assists on the goal that sent the game to overtime. Schneider scored the game-winning goal with 2:40 remaining in overtime.  John Gilmour and Lias Andersson picked up the assists. Bachman finished with 30 saves and his record falls to 4-7-4.

Fri, Jan 26 7:05PM
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Fri, Jan 26

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The Utica Comets topped the Binghamton Devils by a score of 3-1 Friday night at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. Reid Boucher drew first blood with 3:20 to go in the opening frame, firing a backhand shot past Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood. Nikolay Goldobin and Patrick Wiercioch tallied the assists.Michael Carcone extended the lead to 2-0 with a power play goal four and a half minutes into the second period. Darren Archibald and Michael Chaput picked up the assists.

Bracken Kearns cut the lead to one with 13:30 to go in the third, beating Richard Bachman on a breakaway. Jacob MacDonald had the lone assist. Archibald scored the empty net goal with 1:07 remaining in regulation. Chaput and Wacey Hamilton registered the assists. Bachman finished with 22 saves to improve his record to 5-7-4.

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Sat, Jan 27

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The Utica Comets defeated the Lehigh Valley Phantoms by a score of 3-2 in overtime Saturday night at the PPL Center. Mike Vecchione netted the game’s first goal with 5:46 remaining in the first period, slipping a puck around the pad of Thatcher Demko. Radel Fazleev and Will O’Neill had the assists. Wacey Hamilton tied the game at one three minutes into the second period, putting his own rebound past Phantoms goaltender Dustin Tokarski. Alexis D’Aoust picked up the lone assist. Oskar Lindblom regained the lead for the Phantoms at the 16:36 mark of the second period with a shorthanded goal. Fazleev and Travis Sanheim were credited with the assists.

Philip Holm tied the game with 57 seconds remaining in regulation. Michael Chaput and Reid Boucher registered the assists. Hamilton notched the game-winning goal 1:11 into overtime. Patrick Wiercioch tallied the assist. Demko finished with 25 saves to improve his record to 17-7-5.

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Fri, Feb 02

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The Utica Comets topped the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 3-1 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. The first period went scoreless thanks to the efforts of Richard Bachman and Crunch goaltender Connor Ingram, stopping 11 and 14 shots respectively.

Alexis D’Aoust gave the Comets 1-0 lead two minutes into the second period, tipping a shot over Ingram. Guillaume Brisebois and Jaime Sifers picked up the assists. Nikolay Goldobin made it 2-0 Comets with a power play goal five and half minutes later. Reid Boucher and Philip Holm tallied the assists. Dennis Yan cut the lead to 2-1 with 46 seconds to go in the period. Mitchell Stephens had the assist. Bachman shut down the Crunch and Dylan Blujus scored the empty net goal to seal the win. Darren Archibald registered the assist. Bachman finished with 27 saves to improve his record to 6-7-4. 

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Sat, Feb 03

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The Utica Comets defeated the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 4-2 Saturday night at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena. Olivier Archambeault netted the first goal of the game, slipping a puck past Richard Bachman with 2:46 to go in the first period. Dennis Yan and Erik Condra had the assists.

Alexander Volkov made it 2-0 with 4:26 remaining in the second period. Reid McNeill and Jamie McBain were credited with the assists. Philip Holm got the Comets on the board with 1:21 remaining in the middle frame, firing a wrist shot past Crunch goaltender Connor Ingram. Reid Boucher and Michael Chaput picked up the assists. 16 seconds later, Dylan Blujus tied the game at two with a wrister of his own. Darren Archibald and Alexis D’Aoust tallied the assists. Holm gave the Comets a 3-2 lead with a power play goal halfway through the third period. Nikolay Goldobin and Archibald registered the assists.  Wacey Hamilton sealed the win with an empty net goal with 1:16 to go in regulation. Holm and D’Aoust collected the assists. Bachman finished with 34 saves to improve his record to 7-7-4.

Fri, Feb 9 7:00PM
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Fri, Feb 09

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The Utica Comets defeated the Laval Rocket by a score of 2-1 in overtime Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Jordan Boucher struck first at 16:53 mark of the first period, burying a rebound past Richard Bachman for a power play goal. Tom Parisi and Markus Eisenschmid were credited with the assists. Nikolay Goldobin tied the game at one with 0.8 seconds left in the period with a power play goal of his own. Adam Comrie and Philip Holm picked up the assists.

The score remained tied at one through the last 40 minutes of action as Bachman and Rocket goaltender Charlie Lindgren were perfect, stopping 25 and 13 shots, respectively to send the game to overtime. Michael Chaput scored the game-winning goal 49 seconds into overtime to win, beating Lindgren on a breakaway. Bachman finished with 27 saves to improve his record to 8-7-4.

Sat, Feb 10 7:00PM
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Sat, Feb 10

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The Utica Comets defeated the Belleville Senators by a score of 4-3 Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Canter. The win extended Utica’s winning streak to a season-high six games and the point streak to a team-record 12. Andrew Cherniwchan struck first for the Comets 6:30 into the first period. Patrick Wiercioch and Guillaume Brisebois picked up the assists. Cam Darcy extended the lead to 2-0 two minutes later with a power play goal. Michael Chaput and Zack MacEwen tallied the assists. Nick Paul cut the lead to 2-1 with a power play goal of his own with 9:08 remaining in the first. 

Jim O’Brien tied the game at two seven minutes into the middle frame. Justin Taylor regained the lead for the Comets halfway through the second period. Wacey Hamilton and Philip Holm registered the assists.  McCormick tied the game at three two minutes later.  MacEwen made it 4-3 Comets at the 14:23 mark of the middle frame with helpers from Holm and Chaput. Demko stopped all five shots he faced in the third period to preserve the win. Demko made 24 saves to improve his record to 18-7-5.

Wed, Feb 14 7:00PM
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Wed, Feb 14

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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 3-2 in a shootout. Despite the loss, Utica extended their point streak to 13 games. Carter Verhaeghe netted the game’s first goal two minutes into the game. Mat Bodie and Anthony Cirelli had the assists. Dominik Masin extended the lead to 2-0 five minutes later, firing a wrister past Thatcher Demko. Mitchell Stephens and Mathieu Joseph were credited with the assists. David Dziurzynski brought the Comets to within one with 7:16 remaining in the second period. Adam Comrie and Cole Cassels tallied the assists.

Patrick Wiercioch tied the game at two 1:19 into the third period. Tony Cameranesi and Wacey Hamilton picked up the assists. Demko and Crunch goaltender Eddie Pasquale remained perfect from that point to send the game to overtime. Both teams had chances in the extra period, but no one was able to find the net and the game would go to a shootout. Demko and Pasquale would remain perfect through six rounds of the shootout, but Jamie McBain netted the only goal in the seventh round of the shootout to earn the win. Demko finished with 30 saves as his record falls to 18-7-6.

Fri, Feb 16 7:00PM
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Fri, Feb 16

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The Utica Comets downed the Binghamton Devils by a score of 3-1 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. The win extended the Comets’ point streak to 14 games. The first period went scoreless thanks to the efforts of Richard Bachman and Devils goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood, who stopped 10 and 14 shots, respectively. Guillaume Brisebois struck first blood for the Comets with 12:09 remaining in the second period. Alexis D’Aoust and Cole Cassels tallied the assists. Zack MacEwen extended the lead to 2-0 21 second later. Griffen Molino had the assist. Michael Chaput netted a power play goal with 11 seconds remaining in the middle frame to put the Comets up 3-0. Patrick Wiercioch and Dylan Blujus picked up the assists.

Blake Speers got the Devils on the board with 9:35 to go in the third period, redirecting a shot past Bachman. Colton White and Bracken Kearns were credited with the assists. Bachman shut the door on the Devils from there to secure the win. Bachman finished with 23 saves to improve his record to 9-7-4.

Sat, Feb 17 7:05PM
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Sat, Feb 17

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The Utica Comets defeated the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins by a score of 5-4 in overtime Saturday night at Mohegan Sun Arena. Joseph Cramarossa gave the Penguins a 1-0 lead halfway through the opening period, putting a rebound past Thatcher Demko. The Comets got on the board with 2:33 to go in the second period courtesy of Tony Cameranesi redirecting a pass from David Dziurzynski. Patrick Wiercioch also picked up an assist on the play. Michael Chaput gave the Comets a 2-1 lead 40 seconds later with an unassisted goal on a breakaway. Griffen Molino extended the lead to 3-1 with 1:31 remaining in the middle frame. 

Jarrett Burton cut the lead to 3-2 six minutes into the third period with a power play goal. Ethan Prow tied the game at three just three minutes later. Wilson regained the lead for the Penguins with 6:24 remaining in the third period.  Cole Cassels punched a loose puck over the goal line to tie the game at four with 2:40 to go in regulation. Cam Darcy had the lone assist on the goal that sent the game to overtime. Wiercioch scored the game-winning goal 49 seconds into overtime to earn the win. Hamilton and Michael Carcone picked up the assists. Demko finished with 30 saves to improve his record to 19-7-6.

Mon, Feb 19 3:00PM
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Mon, Feb 19

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The Utica Comets defeated the Belleville Senators 5-4 at the Yardmen Arena, extending their point streak to 16 games. Just over nine minutes into the first frame, Tony Cameranesi scored his second of the year off the faceoff with an assist credited to Cole Cassels, making it 1-0 Comets. The lead increased to 2-0 five minutes later as Zack MacEwen scored off the rush Comets leading scorer Reid Boucher scored late in the first, giving the Comets a 3-0 lead. The Senators got on the board when Ben Sexton scored his fifth of the year. Under a minute later, Nick Paul would again monopolize on the power play, making it a 3-2 game.

Wacey Hamilton restored the two-goal advantage 2:31 into the second period With just over five minutes remaining, David Dziurzynski scored his second of the season to put the Comets ahead again by three after a rebound off the boards found his stick. Just ten seconds after Colin White went to the penalty box for tripping, Ben Sexton would get his second of the game, putting Belleville within two. With two and a half minutes remaining in regulation, Sexton completed the hat trick on the power play, making it a one-goal game. Richard Bachman would shut the door on a late power play after Cam Darcy shot the puck over the glass with 2:02 remaining, giving the Comets the 5-4 victory over the Senators.

Wed, Feb 21 7:00PM
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Wed, Feb 21

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The Utica Comets fell to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms by a score of 6-4 Wednesday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Phil Varone put the Phantoms up 1-0 four and half minutes into the game. David Dziurzynski tied the game at one with 7:38 remaining in the opening frame. Patrick Wiercioch and Cole Cassels tallied the assists. Varone struck again with 8:36 to go in the second to give the Phantoms a 2-1 lead. Michael Carcone tied the game at two over a minute later. Reid Boucher and Mathieu Brodeur picked up the assists. Carcone struck again five minutes later to give the Comets their first lead of the night. Boucher and Michael Chaput registered the assists.

Greg Carey tied the game at three a minute and a half into the third period.  Brennan gave the Phantoms a 4-3 lead with a power play goal five minutes later. Patrick Wiercioch tied the game with 7:34 to go in regulation. Griffen Molino and Zack MacEwen tallied the helpers. Varone netted the hat-trick goal with 5:06 to go in the game. Cole Bardreau scored the empty net goal with 44 seconds left to secure the win. Demko finished with 19 saves on 24 shots and his record falls to 17-8-6.

Fri, Feb 23 7:00PM
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Fri, Feb 23

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The Utica Comets fell to the Laval Rocket 5-2 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Chris Terry scored the game’s first goal three minutes into the second period. Adam Cracknell and Tom Parisi were credited with the assists. Jordan Boucher extended the lead to 2-0 four and a half minutes later. Daniel Audette and Michael McCarron had the assists. Terry made it 3-0 with 5:44 remaining in the middle frame. Brett Lernout and Michael McNiven collected the assists.

Guillaume Brisebois got the Comets on the board three minutes into the third period with a blast from the point. Patrick Wiercioch and Tony Cameranesi tallied the assists. Cole Cassels brought the Comets to within one with 3:33 to go in the third period. Dylan Blujus collected the assist. Boucher regained Laval’s two-goal lead 11 seconds later. Seconds after that, Daniel Audette scored the empty-net goal to secure the win. Thatcher Demko finished with 23 saves and his record falls to 19-9-6. 

Sat, Feb 24 7:30PM
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Sat, Feb 24

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The Utica Comets fell to the Springfield Thunderbirds by a score of 3-2 Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Adam Comrie put the Comets up 1-0 just over two minutes into the game, banking a shot off of Springfield goaltender Harri Sateri. Griffen Molino and Patrick Wiercioch picked up the assists. 

Greg Chase tied the game at one four minutes into the second period, putting a rebound past Richard Bachman. Sam Kurker and Curtis Valk were credited with the assists.  Reid Boucher scored shorthanded with 7:10 remaining in the middle frame. The unassisted goal broke Darren Archibald’s single-season goal record of 23. Thomas Schemitsch tied the game at two with under a minute to go in the second. Jayce Hawryluk and Cameron Brown had the assists. Anthony Greco gave the Thunderbirds a 3-2 lead at the 11:15 mark of the third period with an unassisted goal. Springfield held off the Comets' late flurry to secure the win. Bachman finished with 25 saves and his record falls to 10-8-4.

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Fri, Mar 02

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The Utica Comets fell to the Belleville Senators by a score of 1-0 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Richard Bachman and Senators netminder Danny Taylor stopped 10 and 12 shots respectively to keep the game scoreless through the first 20 minutes.

Gabriel Gagne gave the Senators a 1-0 lead three and a half minutes into the second period. Daniel Ciampini and Mike Blunden had the assist. The Comets had a number of chances to tie the game in the third period, including hitting three posts. Despite a late flurry, the Comets were unable to solve Taylor and ultimately suffered the loss. Bachman finished with 26 saves and his record falls to 10-9-4.

Sat, Mar 3 7:00PM
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Sat, Mar 03

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The Utica Comets fell to the Hershey Bears by a score of 3-0 Saturday night at the Giant Center. It was the fifth straight loss for the Comets. Thatcher Demko and Bears’ goaltender Phoenix Copley kept the game scoreless through the first 20 minutes, stopping 16 shots and 10 shots respectively.

Aaron Ness scored the first goal of the game with 12:25 remaining in the second period to take a 1-0 lead. Tyler Graovac and Joe Whitney had the assists. Chris Bourque extended the lead to 2-0 seven minutes later. Dustin Gazley and Colby Williams were credited with the assists. Zach Sill made it 3-0 with 5:53 to go in the third period. Anthony Peluso and Jeremy Langlois registered the assists. Demko finished with 27 saves and his record falls to 19-10-6. 

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Sun, Mar 04

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The Utica Comets fell to the Binghamton Devils by a score of 7-2 Sunday night. Blake Pietila struck four and a half minutes into the game. Andrew Cherniwchan tied the game at one five minutes later, beating Devils goalie Eddie Lack on a breakaway. Adam Comrie and Zac Lynch picked up the assists. Ben Thomson regained the lead for Binghamton a minute later with an unassisted goal. Nick Lappin extended the lead to 3-1 a minute and a half into the second period. Pietila netted his second of the night on the power play with 9:01 to go in the middle frame. Reid Boucher got the Comets within two at the 17:33 mark of the second period with a shorthanded goal. Michael Chaput tallied the assist.

Lappin’s second of the game pushed the Devils’ lead to 5-2 three minutes into the third period. Lappin scored the hat trick goal with 13:54 remaining in the third. Brian Strait made it 7-2 with under nine minutes to go in the game. Bachman made 25 saves before being replaced by Demko. Bachman’s record falls to 10-10-4. Demko stopped seven of 10 shots in relief.

Fri, Mar 9 7:00PM
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Fri, Mar 09

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The Utica Comets topped the Springfield Thunderbirds by a score of 3-2 in overtime Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Cam Darcy struck first with a power play goal at the 15:12 mark of the first period. Cole Cassels and Patrick Wiercioch picked up the assists. Anthony Greco tied the game at one with 11:58 to go in the second period. Adam Comrie put the Comets back on top with a power play goal of his own. Michael Chaput and Zack MacEwen tallied the assists.

Ed Wittchow knotted things up at two with 7:11 to go in the third period. Comrie potted a rebound in the slot with two minutes to go in overtime to win the game. Wiercioch had the lone assist. Demko finished with 25 saves to improve his record to 20-10-6.

Sat, Mar 10 7:05PM
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Sat, Mar 10

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The Utica Comets fell to the Springfield Thunderbirds by a score of 4-0 Saturday night at the MassMutual Center. Anthony Greco gave the Thunderbirds a 1-0 lead halfway through the first period, firing a wrister past Richard Bachman for the shorthanded goal. Ryan Horvat had the assist.

Alexandre Grenier extended the lead to 2-0 six and a half minutes into the second period with a power play goal. Jayce Hawryluk made it 3-0 with 3:54 to go in the middle frame. Sam Kurker added a goal 30 seconds later to make it 4-0 Springfield. Bachman finished with 27 saves and his record falls to 10-11-4. 

Fri, Mar 16 7:00PM
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Fri, Mar 16

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The Utica Comets fell to the Laval Rocket by a score of 4-2 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Cam Darcy put the Comets up 1-0 with 6:31 to go in the first period, tipping a pass from Patrick Wiercioch. Michael Chaput also picked up an assist on the play. Kerby Rychel tied the game at one with a power play goal 53 seconds into the second period.  Niki Petti gave Laval a 2-1 lead six minutes later. Eric Gelinas extended the lead to 3-1 with a shorthanded goal at the 14:52 mark of the second period. 

Terry scored a power play goal 1:17 into the third period to make it 4-1 Laval. Tony Cameranesi brought the Comets to within two three minutes later. Darcy tallied the assist. Laval snuffed out the Comets’ late comeback attempt to secure the win. Demko finished with 19 saves and his record fell to 20-11-6. 

Sat, Mar 17 7:00PM
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Sat, Mar 17

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The Utica Comets fell to the Belleville Senators by a score of 4-3 Saturday night at Yardmen Arena. Filip Chlapik gave the Senators a 1-0 lead three minutes into the game. Ciampini doubled the lead six minutes later. Andrew Cherniwchan cut the lead to 2-1 with 2:08 remaining in the opening frame. Griffen Molino and Guillaume Brisebois picked up the assists.

Cam Darcy tied things up at two less than two minutes into the second period with a power play goal. Patrick Wiercioch and Dylan Blujus tallied the assists. Jack Rodewald regained Belleville’s lead with 1:05 to go in the middle frame. Chlapik scored an empty netter with a minute to go. Cherniwchan would respond 45 seconds later to bring the Comets back to within one. Jaime Sifers and Wacey Hamilton registered the assists. Bachman finished with 26 saves and his record fell to 10-12-4. 

Sun, Mar 18 4:00PM
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Sun, Mar 18

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The Utica Comets topped the Toronto Marlies by a score of 3-1 Sunday evening at the Ricoh Coliseum. Mason Marchment put the Marlies up 1-0 with four minutes to go in the opening period. Tanner MacMaster tied the game at one with 2:43 remaining in the first period. Guillaume Brisebois and Michael Carcone tallied the assists. 18 seconds later, Zack MacEwen fired a slapshot past Marlies goaltender Calvin Pickard to take a 2-1 lead. Patrick Wiercioch extended the lead to 3-1 at the 13:59 mark of the second period. Cam Darcy registered the assist. Demko finished with 38 saves to improve his record to 21-11-6.

Fri, Mar 23 7:00PM
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The Utica Comets topped the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins by a score of 5-4 in overtime Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Michael Carcone struck 1:31 into the game. Wacey Hamilton tallied the assist. Michael Chaput made it 2-0 nine minutes later with a power play goal. Dylan Blujus and Patrick Wiercioch picked up the assists. Chaput netted his second of the night with 4:33 to go in the opening frame. Tanner MacMaster and Jaime Sifers collected the assists. Jean-Sebastian Dea got the Penguins on the board 29 seconds later.

Sprong put the Penguins within one five and a half minutes into the second period, putting a one-timer past Thatcher Demko. Gage Quinney collected the assist. Zac Lynch put the Comets back up by two with at the 16:58 mark of the second period. Carcone and Hamilton registered the assists. Tom Kostopoulos brought the Penguins to within one with 8:45 to go in the third period. Quinney tied the game at four with 2:07 to go in regulation with an unassisted goal to send the game to overtime. Ashton Sautner scored the game winning goal 1:15 into overtime to win the game.  MacMaster and Chaput picked up the helpers. Demko finished with 37 saves to improve his record to 22-11-6. 

Sat, Mar 24 7:00PM
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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 2-0 Saturday night at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena. Thatcher Demko and Crunch goalie Connor Ingram kept the game scoreless through the first two periods, stopping 20 and 17 shots respectively. Mitchell Stephens broke the deadlock with 7:39 remaining in the third period. Gabriel Dumont and Dominik Masin had the assists. Erik Cernak scored the empty net goal with two seconds remaining to seal the win. Demko finshed with 35 saves and his record fell to 22-12-6.

Sun, Mar 25 5:05PM
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The Utica Comets defeated the Binghamton Devils by a score of 4-3 Sunday night at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. Zac Lynch put the Comets up 1-0 with 3:04 remaining in the first period, ripping a wrist shot past Devils goaltender Eddie Lack. Adam Comrie tallied the lone assist. Frankie Simonelli extended the lead to 2-0 three minutes into the second period with a power play goal. Michael Chaput and Patrick Wiercioch picked up the assists. The goal was Simonelli’s first as a Comet. Four minutes later, Andrew Cherniwchan made it 3-0 with a shorthanded goal after a Devils defensive zone turnover.

Nathan Bastian put a rebound past Richard Bachman to cut the lead to 3-1 just 1:35 into the third period. Matt Leitner regained Utica’s three-goal lead five minutes later to notch his first AHL goal. Jacob MacDonald responded with a goal two minutes later to make it 4-2 Comets. Blake Speers brought the Devils to within one with 3:09 left in regulation.  Bachman finished with 38 saves to improve his record to 11-12-4. 

Wed, Mar 28 7:05PM
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Wed, Mar 28

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The Utica Comets defeated the Rochester Americans by a score of 3-2 in overtime Wednesday at Blue Cross Arena. Frankie Simonelli put the Comets up 1-0 halfway through the first period. Michael Chaput and Patrick Wiercioch tallied the assists on the power play goal. Zach Redmond tied the game at one three minutes into the second period. Chaput put the Comets back on top with another power play goal at the 14:32 mark of the second period. Simonelli and Wiercioch picked up the assists. Seth Griffith tied the game at two with 16:15 to go in the third period.  Chaput scored the game-winning goal with 1:24 remaining in overtime. Demko finished with 31 saves to improve his record to 23-12-6.

Fri, Mar 30 7:00PM
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Fri, Mar 30

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The Utica Comets topped the Hershey Bears by a score of 3-1 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Alexis D’Aoust put the Comets up 1-0 with 11:31 to go in the first period, tipping a shot past Bears netminder Adam Carlson. Guillaume Brisebois and Adam Comrie tallied the assists. Chris Bourque tied the game at one just over a minute into the second period, capitalizing on a turnover and firing a wrist shot past Richard Bachman. D’Aoust regained the Comets’ lead with 5:45 remaining in the middle frame. Brisebois and Cole Cassels picked up the assists. Andrew Cherniwchan sealed the win with an empty net goal with 0.3 seconds remaining. Wacey Hamilton registered the assist. Bachman finished with 25 saves to improve his record to 12-12-4. 

Sat, Mar 31 7:05PM
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Springfield Thunderbirds
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Sat, Mar 31

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The Utica Comets defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds by a score of 6-5 Saturday night at the MassMutual Center. Alexandre Grenier struck first with a power play goal with 11:54 to go in the first period. Frankie Simonelli tied the game two minutes with a power play goal of his own. Tanner MacMaster and Carter Bancks tallied the assists. Jalen Chatfield gave the Comets a 2-1 lead at the 13:43 mark of the first period. Wacey Hamilton and Lukas Jasek picked up the assists.

Dryden Hunt tied the game at two 1:42 into the second period. Joel Lowry put the Thunderbirds back on top six minutes later. Hunt and Valk were credited with the assists. Thomas Schemitsch extended the lead to 4-2 six minutes later. Michael Carcone brought the Comets within one just 16 seconds later. Adam Comrie and Hamilton registered the assists. Bancks tied the game at four with 4:08 to go in the middle frame. MacMaster and Michael Chaput had the helpers. Valk put Springfield up 5-4 five minutes into the third period. Jasek tied the game at five with 2:11 remaining in the final frame from Guillaume Brisebois and Hamilton. Bancks scored the game-winning goal with 39 seconds to go in regulation. Hamilton and Cole Cassels picked up the assists. Bachman finished with 30 saves to improve his record to 13-12-4. 

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Thu, Apr 5 11:00AM
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Toronto Marlies
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Thu, Apr 05

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The Utica Comets fell to the Toronto Marlies by a score of 3-2 in overtime Thursday afternoon at the Ricoh Coliseum. Jalen Chatfield drew first blood five minutes into the game. Tanner MacMaster and Lukas Jasek picked up the assists. MacMaster extended the lead three and a half minutes later. Jasek and Michael Chaput tallied the assists. Pierre Engvall cut the lead to 2-1 just 1:39 into the second period. Vincent LoVerde tied the game at two with 8:07 to go in the third period. Adam Brooks scored the game-winning goal with 32 seconds left in overtime to win the game. Richard Bachman finished with 39 saves and his record falls to 13-12-5.

Fri, Apr 6 7:00PM
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Fri, Apr 06

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The Utica Comets defeated the Toronto Marlies by a score of 3-2 in a shootout Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Martin Marincin put the Marlies up 1-0 four minutes into the game. Vincent LoVerde extended the lead to 2-0 with a power play goal at the 12:46 mark of the second period. Cole Cassels cut the lead to 2-1 three minutes later. Tony Cameranesi and Dylan Blujus tallied the assists. Lukas Jasek tied the game at two with a power play goal with six minutes to go in the third period. Michael Chaput and Patrick Wiercioch picked up the assists. Cole Cassels scored the lone goal in the shootout, and Demko stopped all three shots he faced to secure the win. Demko finished with 37 saves to improve his record to 24-12-6. 

Sat, Apr 7 7:00PM
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Syracuse Crunch
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Sat, Apr 07

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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 1-0 Saturday night at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena. Utica and Syracuse would go scoreless into the third period. Erik Condra broke through with a power play goal with 5:05 to go in the third period. Matthew Peca and Mitchell Stephens had the assists. Pasquale closed the door on the Comets from there to secure the win. Demko finished with 29 saves and his record falls to 24-13-6. 

Fri, Apr 13 7:00PM
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Fri, Apr 13

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The Utica Comets fell to the Syracuse Crunch by a score of 2-1 in overtime Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Thatcher Demko and Crunch netminder Eddie Pasquale kept the game scoreless through the first 20 minutes, stopping six and nine shots, respectively. Daniel Walcott struck three and a half minutes into the second period. Jonne Tammela and Carter Verhaeghe had the assists. Michael Carcone converted on a breakaway to tie the game at one with 25 seconds to go in the middle frame. Neither team found the net in the third period and the game would go to overtime. Verhaeghe scored the game-winning goal with 38 seconds left in overtime to pick up the win. Alexander Volkov collected the assist. Demko finished with 20 saves and his record fell to 24-13-7.

Sat, Apr 14 7:00PM
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Belleville Senators
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Sat, Apr 14

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The Utica Comets fell to the Belleville Senators by a score of 3-1 Saturday night at Yardmen Arena. Mike Blunden scored seven minutes into the game to take a 1-0 lead. Willie Corrin tied the game at one with 3:34 to go in the first, firing a backhander past Senators goaltender Marcus Hogberg. Ryan Scarfo made it 2-1 Senators with 6:48 to go in the second period. Jack Rodewald extended the lead to 3-1 at the 10:51 mark of the third period. Scarfo collected the lone assist. Bachman finished with 24 saves and his record falls to 13-13-5. 

Sun, Apr 15 3:00PM
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Sun, Apr 15

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The Utica Comets topped the Binghamton Devils by a score of 4-3 in overtime Sunday evening at the Adirondack Bank Center. Jan Mandat put the Devils up 1-0 with a shot that trickled through Thatcher Demko four minutes into the game. Jonathan Dahlen tied the game at one two and a half minutes later. Carter Bancks and Andrew Cherniwchan picked up the assists. Nick Lappin regained the Devils lead with 9:35 remaining in the first period.  Patrick Wiercioch tied the game at two at the 18:14 mark of the opening frame. Dahlen and Wacey Hamilton tallied the assists. Michael Chaput gave the Comets their first lead of the game five minutes into the second period. Zack MacEwen and Nikolay Goldobin collected the assists. Austin Cangelosi tied the game at three with a shorthanded goal four and a half minutes into the third period. Lukas Jasek scored the game-winning goal with 1:31 remaining in overtime to earn the win. Hamilton and Ashton Sautner registered the assists. Demko finished with 30 saves to improve his record to 25-13-7. 

Sat, Apr 21 4:00PM
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Sat, Apr 21

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The Utica Comets fell to the Toronto Marlies by a score of 3-2 in overtime in Game One of the North Division Semifinals Saturday evening at the Ricoh Coliseum. Jeremy Bracco struck first for the Marlies with 9:31 to go in the second period. Zack MacEwen tied the game at one at the 6:17 mark of the third period with a power play goal. Tanner MacMaster and Michael Chaput tallied the assists. Justin Holl gave the Marlies a 2-1 lead with 5:15 to go in the third. Chaput tied the game at two with 35 seconds remaining in regulation. Nikolay Goldobin and picked up the assists on the goal that sent the game to overtime. Chris Mueller scored the game-winning goal with 2:12 remaining in overtime. Demko finished with 44 saves.

Sun, Apr 22 4:00PM
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Sun, Apr 22

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The Utica Comets fell to the Toronto Marlies by a score of 5-2 in Game Two of the North Division Semifinals Sunday evening at the Ricoh Coliseum. Pierre Engvall gave the Marlies a 1-0 lead six minutes into the game. Cam Darcy tied the game at one at the 12:05 mark of the first period. Michael Carcone had the assist. Dmytro Timashov regained the Marlies’ lead four minutes later with a power play goal. Michael Chaput tied the game at two with a power play goal 1:38 into the third period. Tanner MacMaster and Nikolay Goldobin tallied the assists. Greening responded 38 seconds later to make it 3-2 Toronto. Carl Grundstrom extended the lead to 4-2 with 8:40 to go in the third. Moore sealed the win with an empty-net goal with 59 seconds to go in regulation. Demko finished 24 with saves.

Wed, Apr 25 7:00PM
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Wed, Apr 25

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The Utica Comets defeated the Toronto Marlies by a score of 5-2 Wednesday night. Reid Boucher put the Comets up 1-0 eight minutes into the game, blowing a one-timer past Marlies goalie Garret Sparks. Dylan Blujus and Nikolay Goldobin had the assists. Wacey Hamilton extended the lead to 2-0 two minutes later. Michael Carcone and Jonathan Dahlen tallied the assists. Cole Cassels converted on a breakaway after picking off a pass in the Marlies defensive zone at the 12:59 mark of the opening frame. Calvin Pickard replaced Sparks in net following the goal. Calle Rosen put the Marlies on the board with 9:31 remaining in the third period. Tyler Motte made it 4-1 with 5:25 to go in regulation. Hamilton registered the assist. Colin Greening cut the deficit to two a minute later. Cassels sealed the win with an empty net goal with 1:40 to go in the game. Goldobin and Carter Bancks had the helpers. Thatcher Demko finished with 35 saves to earn the win.

* Fri, Apr 27 7:00PM * if necessary
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Fri, Apr 27

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The Utica Comets topped the Toronto Marlies by a score of 5-2 Friday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. Reid Boucher fired a wrist shot past Marlies goaltender Garret Sparks to put the Comets up 1-0 just a minute into the game. Cam Darcy and Nikolay Goldobin picked up the assists. Tanner MacMaster extended the lead to 2-0 at the 2:55 mark of the second period. Patrick Wiercioch and Michael Chaput tallied the assists. Boucher made it 3-0 with 2:31 to go in the middle frame. Goldobin and Darcy registered the assists. Dmytro Timashov got the Marlies on the board with a power play goal 47 seconds into the third period. Michael Carcone tipped a Wiercioch shot past Sparks to make it 4-1 Comets with 17:34 to go in the third. MacMaster also assisted on the power play goal. Tyler Motte pushed the lead to 5-1 at the 12:12 mark of the third period. Cole Cassels had the lone assist. Pierre Engvall cut the lead to 5-2 two minutes later. Thatcher Demko finished with 40 saves.

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Sun, Apr 29

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The Utica Comets fell to the Toronto Marlies by a score of 4-0 Sunday evening at the Ricoh Coliseum. Carl Grundstrom put the Marlies up 1-0 four minutes into the game with a power play goal. Grundstrom struck again with 7:27 to go in the second period to extend the lead to 2-0. Johnsson pushed the lead to 3-0 early in the third period with a power play goal. Dmytro Timashov scored the empty net goal with 2:11 to go to secure the win. Thatcher Demko finished 34 with saves.