FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) -- The Komets made a few more moves on Monday, including a decision to part ways with their latest Rookie of the Year.
Fort Wayne re-signs forward Mason Bergh. The Komets also trade the rights of both Alan Lyszczarczyk and Chase Stewart to Idaho for cash.
Defenseman Adam Henry announced his retirement.
Bergh split last season between the Komets and the Ontario Reign of the AHL. Bergh played 29 games for Fort Wayne, with 10 goals.
Lyszczarcyk took home the Komets Rookie of the Year award, after recording 19 goals and 27 assists.
Stewart had spent the last two seasons in a Komet uniform. Henry joined the Komets late last season, playing in seven games.