Unfortunately, there's not much new. Colin was examined this morning by team doctor Greg Sassmannshausen at Fort Wayne Orthpaedics and an MRI will be done on his leg sometime this week. The leg is healing, but this is a precautionary move, according to Komets General Manager David Franke.
``We need this done the sooner the better because the final playoff roster is due on Monday and we need to know if we have to make other arrangements,'' Franke said. ``Once they get the MRI done, they can let him know how much he can exercise on it. Right now he's still on crutches and they don't want him putting any weight on it.''
Franke said he expects Chaulk to miss the final three games this week and likely the first two games of the first-round playoff series.
If Chaulk is unable to play, the Komets will be scanning the waiver wire to look at picking up another veteran center if possible.