And one person who did not think it was a very good game was Komets coach Al Sims.
``I didn't think it was great, not for us anyway. I thought we looked tired from Timmy Haun all the way out to everybody else. We didn't get the goaltending, and we didn't play good team defense. Our power play really let us down.
"Their big players came to play tonight, and they out-played our big players.
"It's our 10th game in 16 nights, and we did not have it. We were tired, and we made tired mistakes, tired passes. We just did not have it, and when they got that fourth goal, we generated one good chance with Chwedoruk from Hukalo, and that was it.