Komets coach Al Sims watched tonight's game from the press box. How about the view?
"The game looks so much easier. Everything looks like chess pieces. You see everything developing, adn you are like, `Jeez, how could a guy pass it there?' You are not down getting the speed and feel of the game so it's a little bit of an illusion up there. Things look a lot easier than they really are. Guys don't have as much time as you think they do."
Asked who he was impressed with, Sims said, "I thought T.J. Schneider was the best I've seen him in the three days. I know he's been a little sick the last couple of days. He's a big kid, a big load who took the puck to the net twice and got rewarded for it. Tim Haun had a good game, especially when it was 2-2 and hemade a couple of big saves. I thought Zaore offensvely with the puck was real good. He had some defensive lapses, but with the puck he's a pretty good player."
Sims said the Komets may make some cuts before Friday's game to get down to 24 or 25 players.