About the move of Colin Chaulk to the point of the power play can be read here.
I, personally, thought it was a great move by putting Chaulk at the point on the power play. One, it gave Kalamazoo a new look that they would have to adjust to. Two, by having Chaulk out by the blue line it was like having two quarterbacks on the power play. Three, sometimes I think Chaulk passes up too many shots. I think this will encourage more shots on goal from him. This will be an interesting game tonight. We will see which coach makes the correct adjustments stemming from the overtime loss there. I think Al Sims is a dynamite coach. He knows how to handle things. I would be real dissappointed if the Komets didn't come out strong right from the start and take the play right to Kalamazoo. Strong goaltending, smart defensive hockey, and three forward lines full of speed, quickness, and skill. Sounds like a recipe for success, doesn't it?
Good article. Should be a good game, as well. :)
In the meantime, I do have that Flickr slideshow I mentioned from the April 4 game vs. Muskegon put together now. There are 29 pictures in the set, some of which are pretty interesting. And as usual, if you click on them individually or on "myriada2008" in the upper left, you can also read my attempts at humorous captions and titles. So check them out, because the way the other playoff series is going, we could be seeing a lot more of Muskegon soon.