Comment: Why it’s a bigger week for Fife Flyers than you maybe realise
Tom Muir and Jack Wishart will meet the supporters and hear first-hand the concerns they have regarding club management while trying to define their own goals and ambitions.
There are many questions to be answered about the team and the position of the club, both short term and long term and could give a definitive answer on their commitment to the League of the elite .
It has long been said that club management were not satisfied with the elite and their attitude towards certain things, most recently the fact that they had not sent a player to the press conference in Glasgow to promote the recent Pride Weekend is such a small one. , but a relevant example.
The relaxed attitude towards the team is something that had to be tackled for weeks as strenuous work and which plummeted to the bottom of the league. Coach Todd Dutiaume spoke endlessly about the need to refresh the team. The answer? Silence and no new players.
As a result, the losses have accumulated and although they obtained three points from the weekend, they still have work to do to find themselves in the record of the playoffs.
Are they finally ready to help Todd and support the team in trying to recover something from what has been a forgettable campaign? If they are, they must act quickly to exceed the deadline.
The subject of attendance will also be discussed, as the numbers have decreased since the start of the season and what can be done to restart a night game experience that does not seem to capture the kind of numbers it was used to.
The media is another problem and the way the Flyers use it. Little or no buildup of big social media games, embarrassment of Danick Gauthier's announcement this summer and very little content on the website.
Their former media chief, Steven McLean, left in October after growing disillusionment and the current incumbent, Ali McLaren, is doing his best with other commitments to juggle as well. There are people who have offered to help, including me, but they seem reluctant to accept it.
There are so many issues with the club that need to be resolved and if you visit the Fife Free Press website and the list of possible questions and topics that may arise it gives you an idea of the depth of rooting problems.
Ultimately, for a club with a rich and proud history in British ice hockey, not to mention Scotland, there is a change needed to bring them back, of a new investment to possible new players and a review of where the game the night experience harms people.
On the ice, three points could have invigorated the Fife season. Off the ice, the right answers and a clear path to follow could help them for years to come.