Updated: Sunday, 06 May 2012, 11:47 PM EDT
Published : Sunday, 06 May 2012, 11:48 PM EDT
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FORT WAYNE, IN. - Despite losing a hard fought game four of the Presidents' Cup Finals, the Komets remain confident as the prepare for Monday night's game five.
The K's outplayed Wichita on Saturday night, holding a 39-21 shot advantage and allowing the Thunder just three shots on goal in the third period. Unfortunately for Al Sims' squad, one of those proved to be the game-winning goal off the stick of Thomas Beauregard.
Making matters worse, on six different occasions the Komets drew iron on a shot attempt. As players and coaches lamented though - the hockey Gods weren't with the K's on this particular night.
Game five begins at the Coliseum Monday night at 7:30. Should the Thunder win again, the series shifts back to Wichita for game six to be played on Friday.
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