The news on Tim Hoke, the Komets' longtime TV broadcaster, isn't good.
According to his wife, Kristina, he is "not currently showing signs of brain activity and is showing signs of neurological damage," after suffering ventricular fibrillation Sunday.
Ventricular fibrillation is an uncontrolled twitching of muscle fibers in the heart.
Tim Hoke, 66, began calling games in 1989 and retired after last season.
There should be more news in the next couple of days, but the family is preparing for the worst. I told them all the Komets' fans would be pulling for them, so please do so.