It was a topic of conversation Wednesday in the press box.
"We're working on improving the club," general manager David Franke said.
Not surprised at all they are letting him go, but I am a little surprised they couldn't get anything on the trade market for him.
With their team 5-13-1 and mired in last place in the 18-team Central Hockey League, coach Al Sims, general manager David Franke and team president Michael Franke decided to shake things up Tuesday.
The Komets, who are in last place in the 18-team Central Hockey League with a record of 5-13-1, have brought in rookie Artem Podshendyalov for a tryout.
With the Komets 5-13-1 and in last place in the Central Hockey League, fans have been clamoring for the return of center Colin Chaulk. You may be interested to learn he's not in the best spirits with his current team, either.
He has a shoulder subluxation -- it is popping in and out of its joint -- that was re-aggravated during Friday's 5-3 loss to Bloomington.