I talked to David Franke this afternoon and he said he doesn't know if Brad MacMillan will be suspended for fighting Port Huron's Mike Bray after Saturday's game. Franke said Bray speared MacMillan after the game and that is what started the fight. Franke and coach Al Sims both plan to talk to International Hockey League Vice President of Hockey Operations Brad Jones about the situation.
"We won't know anything until late Monday at the earliest," Franke said. "I don't know if the incident was on the gametape or not, but I saw it and Al saw it."
The Komets are bringing in forward Tomas Klempa this week for a tryout but he has not signed a contract. He is 5-8, 170 and was recently cut from Wheeling of the ECHL. He just finished up his college career at Nebraska-Omaha, scoring 14 goals and 23 points last year in 40 games.
Franke said he has not talked to Matt Reynolds but may try calling him tomorrow. Other than that, he said the Komets are still talking to a couple of guys but nothing is firm.
"We almost have to stick with our rookies because we need to play them under the rules and because of where we are on the salary cap," Franke said.