The Fort Wayne Komets' game against the Flint Generals, which was postponed Wednesday because of inclement weather, has been rescheduled for March 5, 7:30 p.m., at Memorial Coliseum. Tickets for Wednesday's game will be redeemable then. It will also be a season-ticket exchange night; unused season tickets can be exchanged for tickets to the March 5 game.
- Click here to read The Flint Journal's writer's take on today's story about the postponement. I don't know what the weather reporters were saying in Michigan leading up to Wednesday, so I'm not going to criticize the Generals for not making it. But I don't think Komets president Michael Franke was unfair in wanting: a) teams to plan ahead if bad weather is coming; b) for his business to make money and have a game when there's one scheduled; c) to have enough notice in the event of a postponement so that ticket holders aren't at the arena already when the game is called. It's just good business sense.
- In lighter news, I have an cool Web site for you to check out, at least if you're half as into jersey logos as I am. NHL Tournament of Logos -- click here to see it -- has contests about the best and worst hockey's history has to offer.
- Check out this story from The Port Huron Times-Herald on fighting in hockey.
- Finally, the ECHL's Wheeling Nailers are 5-4-2 under former Komets coach Greg Puhalski. Click here to read a story on him from NHL.com. Asked if he considers himself a players' coach or a disciplinarian, Puhalski told the site: "I think that's the personal judgment of each player." No offense to Chief, but of the roughly 120 players who were in Fort Wayne under him, I don't remember any of them calling him a player's coach. Speaking of the Nailers, former Komets forward Kelly Miller has one goal and five points in 10 games there.
-- By Justin A. Cohn, The Journal Gazette