The Komets are 8-3-4 over their last 15 games, but that's not been good enough to help them climb in the standings.
``Until we start winning in this building, we're not really going to make any imprint on the standings,'' Komets coach Al Sims said. ``We've got to start doing it here. Winning on the road is great, but if you lose at home you're not making any gains.''
The crazy thing is that the Komets have won four straight road games. The home fans are obviously showing their impatience.
``These guys have all played in this building for three or four years some of them,'' Sims said. ``That's not an excuse. We have the best crowds, the best building and there's no excuse for our team to come up with some wins against teams we know we can beat. We beat this team twice, and we need to beat them at home.''