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Iowa's road show takes them to Fort Wayne

Sunday, March 5th
Iowa's road show takes them to Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, IN – The Iowa Heartlanders, proud ECHL affiliate of the Minnesota Wild and Iowa Wild, oppose the Fort Wayne Komets in the finale of a four-in-five Sunday at 4:00 p.m.Iowa has played three games this week, one at home vs. Kansas City and two on the road against Central Division foes Cincinnati and Toledo. The Landers are looking for their first win of the week Sunday; the team has earned one point in the opening three games of the series.Saturday, the Heartlanders took 27 shots in the final two periods but solved Sebastian Cossa just once in a 4-1 loss. Yuki Miura scored Iowa’s lone goal early in the third. Toledo scored the first three goals.Broadcast Coverage: Watch online at flohockey.tv. Listen on mixlr.com/goheartlanders.Affiliates: Iowa Heartlanders (Minnesota Wild/Iowa Wild) | Fort Wayne Komets (Edmonton Oilers/Bakersfield Condors)Season Series Fort Wayne Iowa visits the Komets for the back end of a three-in-three for the second time this season. All of Iowa’s road games at Fort Wayne are in the Heartlanders’ final game of a three-in-three.The last time these teams played on Feb. 5, Fort Wayne pulled away from Iowa with three in the third period to best the Heartlanders, 5-2.Fort Wayne has two come-from-behind wins in the season series and the Heartlanders have one (Nov. 6, 7-2 win).Tyler Busch leads Iowa with four points (1g) against his former team. Tommy Parrottino is best on Iowa with three series goals.Tye Felhaber tops all players with seven series points. Samuel Dove-McFalls and Shawn Boudrias are tops on the K’s with three series goals.This Day In Team History On March 5, 2022, the Heartlanders bashed the Kansas City Mavericks, 6-1, in the final win of Iowa’s franchise-record seven-game winning streak. Over the streak, Iowa moved above .500 and a win out of the fourth and final playoff spot in the Central Division.In the victory, Zach White scored twice, Ryan Kuffner finished with a goal and four points, and Kris Bennett tallied the game’s opening goal for Iowa one minute into the game.Four-in-Five FinaleThe Heartlanders play their final game of a four-in-five Sunday, their second and final stretch of four games in five days this regular season.Iowa’s only other four-in-five this season ended in sweetness; former Heartlanders defenseman Matt Murphy scored an overtime-winning goal against Cincinnati on Nov. 27.Last season, Iowa played one four-in-five.By comparison, Fort Wayne has three four-in-fives this season.Upcoming home games and ticket informationView the team’s full promotional schedule at iowaheartlanders.com/promotions. Iowa is next at home for three games on Mar. 8 at 7:05 p.m. vs. Cincinnati, Mar. 10 at 7:05 p.m. vs. Indy and Mar. 11 at 7:05 p.m. vs. Kalamazoo. March 10 is Iowa’s Marvel Super Hero Night where the team will wear special Captain American jerseys vs. Indy, presented by DASH Auctions. It’s also Special Olympics Night where Special Olympics Iowa will be at the game.Single-game tickets, group ticket options, partial plans and season ticket memberships are available for Heartlanders home games at Xtream Arena.  Call 319-569-goal or visit iowaheartlanders.com/tickets for more information.Tickets are available for all Heartlanders home games by visiting iowaheartlanders.com/tickets. Find the full promotional schedule at iowaheartlanders.com/promotions