A brief glimpse into the past

Kalamazoo Wings 4 at Fort Wayne Komets 7 (3-7-20)
Kalamazoo Wings 4 at Fort Wayne Komets 7 (3-7-20)

Komets close out the regular season series against the Kalamazoo Wings with a 7-4 victory! Here is your Game Recap, courtesy of OmniSource. Follow our ...

Wheeling Nailers 2 at Fort Wayne Komets 3 (3-4-20)
Wheeling Nailers 2 at Fort Wayne Komets 3 (3-4-20)

Komets cap off their regular season series against the Wheeling Nailers with a 3-2 victory! Here is your OmniSource Game Recap. Follow our other social ...

Tonight is THE NIGHT! Meet former Pittsburgh Penguins Center and 2009 Stanley Cup Champion Max Talbot! #GameDay #PenguinsNight #WearYellow ๐ŸŽŸ๏ธ *Meet & Greet with Max Talbot will be from 7:15pm-9:15pm in the main lobby, it is first come first serve*

NEW Nailers TV: We recap what a fantastic time Protect & Serve Night was and look ahead to Penguins Night on Feb. 29th. Tickets:

Team, Place & City Details

Kalamazoo Wings

The Kalamazoo Wings, nicknamed the K-Wings, are a mid-level professional ice hockey team in Kalamazoo, Michigan. A member of the ECHL's Western Conference, Central Division, they play in the 5,113-seat Wings Event Center.

Kalamazoo Wings (1974โ€“2000)

The Kalamazoo Wings, nicknamed the K-Wings, were a professional ice hockey team in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The team played in the International Hockey League from the 1974โ€“75 season to the 1999โ€“2000 season.

Kalamazoo Kings

The Kalamazoo Kings were a professional baseball team based in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in the United States. The Kings were a member of the Eastern Division of the Frontier League, which is not affiliated with Major League Baseball.

Wheeling Nailers

The Wheeling Nailers are an ECHL ice hockey team based in Wheeling, West Virginia. They are the ECHL affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins of the NHL and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the AHL. The Nailers are the oldest surviving minor league franchise below the level of the American Hockey League, with unbroken continuity of franchise and never having missed a season of play.

Wheeling Stogies

The Wheeling Stogies was a minor league baseball team based in Wheeling, West Virginia, that played under several different names at various times between 1877 and 1934. They played mostly in the Central League and the Middle Atlantic League, as well as in several various other area-based leagues.