With the International Hockey League's trading deadline approaching -- it is Friday at 3 p.m. -- the Komets have neither fielded inquiries nor made any.
"There's really no legitimate reason to tinker with the success we've had," general manager David Franke said.
His team leading the IHL with a 36-12-6 record, coach Al Sims agreed.
"It would be hard for us to shop anybody around and say they're not doing their job here," Sims said. "Everybody's pitched in and done what we've expected them to."
The Komets play host to the Bloomington Prairie Thunder on Friday at Memorial Coliseum.
- There has been one trade this week in the IHL: Bloomington sent Donnie Margettie -- yes, the same Margettie who recently got dismantled by Mitch Woods at the Coliseum -- to Port Huron for Neil Clark. Check out this story from the Bloomington Pantagraph. Margettie hasn't played since being concussed by Woods.
- The Komets are now unsure if defenseman Brandon Warner will return from his knee injury for Friday's game.
- Don't forget the Komets' Game of the Week will air tonight at 7, plus Thursday at 4 a.m. and 11 a.m., with yours truly providing color commentary. It will be on Comcast 55 and Verizon 25. It was a different experience for me. As you'll find out, I believe a color guy should let the play-by-play man do his thing, then chime in with important analysis when need be.
-- By Justin A. Cohn, The Journal Gazette