Two periods gone in this one, and the Komets are in firm control.
Colin Chaulk’s goal with 27 seconds left in the period pushed it to 4-0, and the Komets are all over Bloomington in shots, 34-16. It’s a sheep-shearin’, as some country coach once said.
One additional note: Don’t look for the team to make any moves with the trade deadline looming Friday. Talked to general manager David Franke between periods, and he says they like the team they have, especially with David Hukalo back and Konstantin Shafranov back from a bout with a virus.
"I think what we see on the ice tonight, with Hukalo back and Shafranov back – including Brandon Warner who’s not playing tonight – for all intents and purposes that will be our Turner Cup playoff team," Franke said.