The latest incarnation of the Cleveland Barons died last spring, but there's one last, best hope for the success of hockey in Cleveland: Len Komoroski. The former minor league hockey exec, now president of the Cavs, announced that he will launch a new AHL team at the Q in 2007. If anybody can make hockey work in Cleveland, it's Komoroski. He's got a track record when it comes to selling seats, and he understands that a secondary sport needs to be pitched with humor and flair. While Barons' games were like attending a wake for Uncle Fred, you can expect a Komoroski-run franchise to become a circus of weirdness and mirth. Whether you like hockey or not, this is bound to be a spectacle worth witnessing.