Komets general manager David Franke said the deal for forward Noah Whyte is complete and has approval from the UHL.
``He's listed as a left wing on their roster but he's been playing center,'' Franke said. ``We wanted another legitimate centerman to come in. We're hoping he can step in and help us out. We wanted a little more versatility at the position.''
Franke said that the Komets would prefer that Kelly Miller or David Carpentier did not have to play at center, and that Whyte will probably end up as the team's 10th forward.
Franke also said the Komets will be releasing a player in the morning.