FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - On an episode of Sound Off With The Komets surrounded by a brawl Friday night that left two Komets suspended for the next three games or more, it is fitting that Hall of Famer Steve Fletcher was a guest on the show.
Fletcher played winger and defenseman in parts of 8 seasons in Fort Wayne (1982-83, 1990-1996, 2002) and holds the franchise record for most penalty minutes (1,752). Fletcher played in the 1993 Turner Cup Championship team, and won Komets Most Popular Player Award during his time career in the Summit City. He dawn the Orange & Black for one game in 2002 to retire a Komet.
Fletcher was selected by the Calgary Flames in the 11th round of the NHL draft, and played for his native Canadiens and Jets before coming to the K's.
The franchise honored Fletcher by inducting him into the Komets Hall of Fame in 2007, and retiring his No. 77 sweater.
Click on the video icon to see Fletcher share memories of his hockey career.
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