Most folks on here want the Komets to make drastic changes, but to do that, you'd have to get rid of some people, and no one seems to be able to agree on whom to get rid of. Sure, some would like to trade a few of the vets, which is easy to say, but they would not report so they have no trade value. Getting rid of the youngsters doesn't do any good because you can't afford to replace them with significantly better players as the veterans make most of the money.
You know what? The best bet is to be patient and see how it works itself out. I'm not saying that to be mean or try to tick you off, but that's the reality of the situation. The roster is not going to significantly change, at least not within the next month. Where are you going to get players who have more potential than what the Komets already have right now, anyway? The best option is to rely on the veterans to come around and do their usual leadership job.
Maybe the Komets can work things out to bring in one or two key players, which they almost always do. Rod Aldoff, Justin Hodgman, Terry Marchant, Brent Henley, etc. And the rookies will get better because they always do under Al Sims.
Some of you act like David Franke and Al Sims will just settle for a half-a-- season. Not one person on this blog wants to win more than those two, which is partly why they have such amazing records. They've also never been afraid to make moves in the past. Remember last February 26 when Michael Franke said "It's time to make some changes. This team just doesn't perform well at home. It has not performed well at home all season, and we're running out of time." That was a LOT worse than this situation and they still made all that work.
No, they are not talking with Kevin Reiter or Matt Reynolds or Luciano Aquino or Mitch Woods right now.