Sound Off With The Komets: Thornson, Part 1 - April 30

By Eric Dutkiewicz

April 30, 2012 Updated Apr 30, 2012 at 9:26 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Len Thornson is one of the greatest Komets players of all time.

The Manitoba native played in Fort Wayne for 12 seasons, winning 7 International Hockey League Most Valuable Player awards and two Turner Cups.

Thornson was an inaugural member of the Komets Hall of Fame class in 2007, and his No. 11 sweater has been retired by the franchise.

Thornson joined Tommy Schoegler on Sound Off With The Komets to talk about his career and how this year's Komets compare to the K's of yester-year.

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