I was able to get video, from behind the net, of Colin Chaulk's game-winning shootout goal.
The Komets defeated the Bloomington PrairieThunder 3-2 on Friday night.
I'd say the most impressive thing was goaltender Tim Haun, who came in ice cold off the bench after the first period, allowed a breakaway goal on his first shot from Craig MacDonald, but then stopped 16 straight shots and 2 of 4 shootout attempts.
The starter, Nick Boucher, stopped 8 of 9 shots but tweaked his groin in the first period. He won't play Saturday against Muskegon or Sunday at Dayton.
Forward David Hukalo, who suffered a concussion and a gash over his eye, after he lost and edge and collided with the skate of Cole Ruwe, also won't play the remainder of the weekend.
The Komets' stint with 100-percent health lasted, oh, one whopping period.
I thought Chaulk had a solid game. He extended his point-scoring streak to six games with a regulation goal and the shootout goal. Konstantin Shafranov was also solid with a shootout goal. Rookie Bobby Phillips netted his first professional goal to force overtime. There were some players who had some off games, though, especially on defense.