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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Rodriguez Passes Alvarez

Stats and milestones from the weekend’s action.

Lucas Rodriguez has been a key contributor since coming back to Comets
Lucas Rodriguez has been a key contributor since coming back to Comets
Thad Bell

The Kansas City Comets split their games this past weekend winning at home 6-5 in overtime over the Harrisburg Heat before losing on Saturday 12-5 against the Milwaukee Wave. Here are the stats and milestones from the two games this past week.

Lucas Rodriguez’s 1st goal on 2/6 was his 113th for the Comets in all competitions, tying him with Byron Alvarez for 3rd all time on that list. His 2nd goal on 2/6 was his 114th in all competitions, breaking his tie with Alvarez for 3rd all time on that list.

On 2/6, the Comets won their first overtime game in four years, for the first time since 2/19/16 against Baltimore. They were 0-7 in their previous seven league games and 0-10 when including the playoffs.

Ignacio Flores’ goal on 2/6 was his 36th in league play, breaking his tie with Alain Matingou for 13th all time on that list.

Kevin Ellis’ goal on 2/6 was his 20th in all competitions for the Comets, tying him with Jamar Beasley for 20th all time on that list.

On 2/8, Ellis scored his 21st goal in all competitions, breaking his tie with Beasley for 20th all time on that list.

His goal on 2/8 was Ellis’ 20th in league play for the Comets, tying him with Beasley for 20th all time on that list.

On 2/6, Adam James recorded his 13th assist for the Comets in league play, tying him with Coady Andrews for 20th all time on that list.

On 2/8, James made his 44th league appearance for the Comets, tying him with Geison and Cristiano for 19th all time on that list.

Kiel Williams first goal on 2/8 gave him 62 points for his career in league play with the Comets, breaking his tie with Stefan Stokic for 13th all time on that list.