If you're not here, good luck getting in tonight. There is going to be a sellout.
Speaking of those, over the last three seasons, the Komets are 14-0-1 when there are at least 10,000 fans at Memorial Coliseum.
Key to the game? Getting off to a fast start. Some of the other reporters are on me because I'm not convinced Flint is going to roll over; it's a team that has faced elimination, has experience and has the capability to get off to a fast start.
That being said, I've never seen the Komets not get amped up for a game like this, with a crowd like this.
If the Komets win tonight, the end-of-season celebration will be Tuesday at Memorial Coliseum. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and it'll start at 7 p.m. There are no plans for a parade or anything.