Drove like Tony Stewart to get back ASAP to the coliseum. The Bloomington game didn't end until after the Komets had already left Kalamazoo.
They were pleased to win the Huber Trophy, but still a little subdued. This isn't the trophy they want, but it's a step along the way.
"It feels good that we accomplished something," Guy Dupis said. "We're still not happy we lost the game, but we're happy with first place."
It was nice to get help from somebody," Colin Chaulk said. "It doesn't matter how, it's just how many." P.C.'s arm looks much better a couple of hours later than it did right after the game. He said it's a little stiff but feels better.