Kaleigh Schrock

Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock is a former captain and two-time champion with the Fort Wayne Komets and is now the head of Athlete Development the Sport One/Parkview Icehouse in Fort Wayne. The Fort Wayne native spent his entire six-year professional hockey career as a member of the Komets.

After graduating from Snider High School in Fort Wayne in 2003, the right-winger joined the Toledo IceDiggers of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), where he skated one year of juniors in 2004-05 before committing to a four-year college career with Neumann University of the Division III ECAC. During his fourth year, Schrock was captain of the Knights and led the team to the 2009 NCAA Division III Men’s Ice Hockey title.

Schrock returned to Fort Wayne and made his pro debut with the Fort Wayne Komets in 2009-10 scoring a career high 20 goals and adding 11 assists for 31 points and accumulating 168 penalty minutes. Schrock appeared in all 76 regular season IHL games and earned the team’s Rookie of the Year Award. Schrock subsequently posted two goals and four points in 12 playoff games as he helped the Komets to the 2010 IHL Turner Cup Championship.

Schrock was named Fort Wayne’s captain during the 2013-14 campaign, and he led the Komets for the second straight season in penalty minutes with 158 while earning his second True Komet award for the year. Schrock continued as Fort Wayne’s captain for 2014-15 and completed his six-year stint with the Komets amassing totals of 83 goals, 71 assists, 152 points and 909 penalty minutes in 439 regular season and playoff games.

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