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Komets to add Schrock, ‘Doc’ to Hall of Fame

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) -- The Komets 2020 Hall of Fame class features a couple guys with very different paths in the sport of hockey.

This year, the team will induct former captain Kaleigh Schrock, alongside iconic broadcaster Mike 'Doc' Emrick.

Schrock played six seasons with the Komets, spending the last two as team captain. During his tenure, the Komets took home two championship titles.

Schrock finished his Komets career with 81 goals and 71 assists, skating in 439 games for Fort Wayne.

Emrick's an Indiana Native, and he earned his bachelor's degree from Manchester University. He grew up listening to Komets legend Bob Chase on the local radio broadcast.

Now he's one of the most successful play-by-play announcers in professional sports. Emrick's set to call his 22nd NHL Stanley Cup Finals this year.

Emrick and Schrock will join the Komets Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony on Saturday, March 7th, when the Komets host the Kalamazoo Wings.

Zach Groth

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