I did some research and come to the conclusion that this truly is the golden age in Komets history.
The Komets are trying to win 40 or more games for the ninth time in 10 years. They will have less than 30 losses for the 10th year in a row and will earn 90 or more points for the seventh year in a row, matching the seven from 1983 to 1989. They were trying to win 50 or more games for the fifth time in six years, but they'll miss that. Before this string, they had only four 50-win seasons in their history.
They have a good chance to reach 100 points for the third year in a row, something they've done only one other time from 1985-88 under Rob Laird. That group had 98 points to end the next season. When you consider the turnover in the roster from three years ago, that's incredible.
Over the last 10 years, the Komets have had a .660 winning percentage, the have won six and now possibly seven division titles and four and possibly five regular-season titles.
Last year they tied the record for home wins in a season, and this year they will likely break the record for road wins in a season, all under the winningest coach in their history.
That's pretty amazing, and I think we pretty much expect it and take it for granted every season, but that's extremely difficult to do. Look at the Yankees