According to Komets coach Al Sims, Chaulk had his head down and got knocked out by the punch and then hit his head on the ice. Despite that, he was feeling much better after the game.
``Knowing Chaulker and that it's his first concussion, if he can pass the test tomorrow he'll want to play Friday,'' Sims said. ``We'll wait and see.''
Chaulk sat with Jesse Bennefield in the stands to watch the second and third periods as the Komets came back to win 3-2.
``He was very coherent and said he had a little bit of a headache,'' Komets General Manager David Franke said. ``He was feeling much better and didn't seem to have any problems. He seemed in find spirits after the game. Knowing Colin, he's going to want to play, but we'll have to wait and see how he is tomorrow, but his safety is our first and foremost concern.''