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01-31-2014, 11:37 AM
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2011 / 2012: Kings were really really bad for awhile. Got Carter and Sutter. Hit their stride and won SCF. Not a bad year, overall.

2012 / 2013: Shortened season. Kings lose in SCF finals. Not a bad year, all things considered.

2013 / 2014: Kings have a very strong start. Currently slumping. But, still in playoffs as a top tier defensive team and probably the best puck possession team. One elite goalie with a fair backup. Still have half a season before we actually get to play for the CUP!

Now we should blow everything up? While we are in a playoff position with players that 20 other teams would die for? The idea we need to trade away a bunch of players, fire the coach, and change systems because of a 15 game slump is, plainly put, silly.

We need a couple of players - a strong stay at home, hard hitting D. and a mid level LW. Did any of you hear Sutter interview the other day? They haven't practiced for weeks! They don't have time because there's not enough time for rest and recovery between games. Show me another pro sport where a schedule keeps players from practicing their systems and reads for a month. That is freaking crazy. Team just needs a rest and then some time to practice. A fresh start. And I'll bet they'll be back to the kind of team we saw at the start of the season.


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