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Pictures The 1960s

 
Dwight Bearchall of the Port Huron Flags, Cal Purinton, and Rick Hextall of the Komets. Also Ken Saunders, and Bill LeCaine of the Flags on March 1, 1967.
 
This series of shots was captured by Journal Gazette photografer Dave Halterman. It reads Best Smothers Shot By Reid. The Komet in the picture is Doug Reid. From March 28, 1968 playoff game against the Dayton Gems. the Gems won the game 7-3 to tie the best of 7 at 1 game each.
 
This series of shots was captured by Journal Gazette photografer Dave Halterman. It reads Best Smothers Shot By Reid. The Komet in the picture is Doug Reid. From March 28, 1968 playoff game against the Dayton Gems. the Gems won the game 7-3 to tie the best of 7 at 1 game each.
 
This series of shots was captured by Journal Gazette photografer Dave Halterman. It reads Best Smothers Shot By Reid. The Komet in the picture is Doug Reid. From March 28, 1968 playoff game against the Dayton Gems. the Gems won the game 7-3 to tie the best of 7 at 1 game each.
 
Two IHL Legends Glenn Ramsey of the Toledo Blades and Eddie Long of the Komets on December 8, 1965.
 
Chuck Adamson
 
Chuck Adamson, Turner Cup 1965
 
Komet winger merv Dubchak slides towards the goal during action in Wednesday night's game with Muskegon at the Memorial Coliseum. Goalie is Bob Perani. Muskegon won by a 5-2 score.
 
Road Trip 1964-65.
 
A close up of Port Huron goaltender Norm Jacques.
 
Jean Belivau of the Montral Canadiens holds Cal Purinton While John Feguson digs the puck during an exibition gameat the Coliseum in 1963.
 
Fooled Ya!- Len Thornson, Komet captain, fooled goalie John Adams of Dayton to score this goal in the first period of last night's hockey game at Memorial Coliseum. The Komets won their opener 7-2. Photo by Dailey Fogle.
 
Eddie Long Skates the origanal Turner Trophy in 1963.
 
IHL Co MVP's Eddie Long, Len Thornson 1964.
 
Ace blueliners Cal Purinton, and Terry Pembroke.
 
Gerry Randall, and Ken "Beatle" Lockett 1968-69.
 
Bobby Rivard, and Glenn Ramsey.
 
Ready, Set, Go - The holdovers from last season's league and playoff championship combination pose in their new Komet uniforms, anxious for tonights season opener against the Windsor Bulldogs. The Komets play at Windsor Sunday. Left to right are Coach Ken Ullyot, Chuck...
 
Reggie Primeau, Former US Olympic goalie Pat Rupp of the Dayton Gems.
 
Captain Eddie Long is presented the Turner Trophy in 1963. Others in the picture left to right Lionel Repka, Ken Ullyot, Len Thornson, and John Goodwin.
 
 
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