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11-07-2009, 05:28 PM
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Kings v. Predators: Passion=Power=Paxil

Let's forget about this one and move on..No further comment is needed.. on my behalf.

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11-07-2009, 05:30 PM
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Lame.

I'm holding back some of my vitriol in fear of overreacting, but I think this is much more of a "statement game" than beating a powerhouse team every once in a while. You're playing a middle of the pack team at home, with their number one defenseman injured...you're supposed to win this. Playoff teams drop regulation losses to other playoff teams...not Nashville.

Pretty upsetting loss.

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Let's forget about this one and move on..No further comment is needed.. on my behalf.
I always hate when people say "forget about it"


You learn more from your mistakes than you do from your successes. So trying to forget them is not productive.

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Probably best it wasn't televised. On to Chicago, then Carolina.


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Probably best it wasn't televised. On to Carolina.
You mean Chicago.....right?

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By the sounds of it, it would've been a blowout if not for Quick

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I guess we can cancel the Stanley Cup parade.

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Lame.

I'm holding back some of my vitriol in fear of overreacting, but I think this is much more of a "statement game" than beating a powerhouse team every once in a while. You're playing a middle of the pack team at home, with their number one defenseman injured...you're supposed to win this. Playoff teams drop regulation losses to other playoff teams...not Nashville.

Pretty upsetting loss.
and every single team is going to play bad games every now and again. we beat playoff teams occasionally over the last few seasons on their ice and we probably did it with injuries too. it really isn't a big deal.

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Crappy game, well at least from what I heard. 3 points:

1. Why is Ivanans on the ice? Brutal timing for a penalty yet again

2. we are still 10 - 5 - 2 with a young up and coming team

3. D/L stated he has the approval from ownership to get a player we need to put us over the top if we keep playing well

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and every single team is going to play bad games every now and again. we beat playoff teams occasionally over the last few seasons on their ice and we probably did it with injuries too. it really isn't a big deal.
I demand perfection.

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Lame.

I'm holding back some of my vitriol in fear of overreacting, but I think this is much more of a "statement game" than beating a powerhouse team every once in a while. You're playing a middle of the pack team at home, with their number one defenseman injured...you're supposed to win this. Playoff teams drop regulation losses to other playoff teams...not Nashville.

Pretty upsetting loss.
the statement game whether the Kings had won this game or not was Chicago on Monday.

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I always hate when people say "forget about it"


You learn more from your mistakes than you do from your successes. So trying to forget them is not productive.

but good teams are able to isolate games like this as a rough night, which happens to every team, and move forward. the key is learning how to make games like this the exception rather than the rule.

gut check.

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but good teams are able to isolate games like this as a rough night, which happens to every team, and move forward. the key is learning how to make games like this the exception rather than the rule.

gut check.
Yes....every team has rough nights. But, there is a difference between losing because you tried and failed....and losing because you just didn't try. Tonight "sounded" like the latter. But since I did not see it I will concede it could be the former.

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First game without a point since October 17th. Onto Chicago.

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11-07-2009, 06:03 PM
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Lame.

I'm holding back some of my vitriol in fear of overreacting, but I think this is much more of a "statement game" than beating a powerhouse team every once in a while. You're playing a middle of the pack team at home, with their number one defenseman injured...you're supposed to win this. Playoff teams drop regulation losses to other playoff teams...not Nashville.

Pretty upsetting loss.
Exactly. The Ducks who are really struggling DOMINATED them the other night and we can't even do anything against Nashville.

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11-07-2009, 06:09 PM
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I lol'd at 3 things:

1. Kopitar falling on his butt and Nashville scoring
2. Brown trying to hit the Nashville player who boarded Kopi and falling on his butt.
3. they gave away a Frolov puck right after he took his offensive zone penalty.
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11-07-2009, 06:11 PM
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Chalk it up to a combination of a very early start time with a letdown after the Pittsburgh win...we'll be ready for Chicago...GO KINGS GO!

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11-07-2009, 06:13 PM
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Chalk it up to a combination of a very early start time with a letdown after the Pittsburgh win...we'll be ready for Chicago...GO KINGS GO!
Hope so!

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(on whether there was anything positive to take from the game…)
MURRAY: “No.”



http://lakingsinsider.com/?p=1244

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11-07-2009, 06:41 PM
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I always hate when people say "forget about it"


You learn more from your mistakes than you do from your successes. So trying to forget them is not productive.
For gods sake... I was refering to us...Kings will not play worse if I forget about it.

It is okay to make mistakes, but it is wrong to not learn from them.....that is what I tell my kids every nowandthen. (rufly translated)


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Waste of an 80 mile drive and my Saturday. Classic let down game that smart handicappers are all over. Still didn't expect them to **** the bed though.

Boring is the best description...reminds me of the Vancouver game but without the point.

Also, Quick was not the problem today for those of you that only listened to radio. They sleepwalked through the first two periods: especially the 2nd.

Kopitar missed wide on at least 4 golden opportunities. They were too cute today for the most part.

Reminded me of Damon Wayans in "The Great White Hype" when he says "My blackness will beat that kid". They bought the hype today and didn't skate until the 3rd...Wayans still won in the movie though.

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(on whether there was anything positive to take from the game…)
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That it is pretty much what I expected....

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The kings could have had 5 goals easily if they buried their chances today. Brown had one hop over his stick on the 5-3 that was a tap in. The ice looked really bad today, pucks were bouncing everywhere on both teams.

The kings didn't play that well today and were uninspired. That said, if a few bounces go our way we win that game. Ellis played amazing today too, props to him.

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Exactly. The Ducks who are really struggling DOMINATED them the other night and we can't even do anything against Nashville.
and the ducks looked terrible against a team we controlled. different nights (afternoons?) bring out different teams. there isn't anything that can be gathered by looking at your performance against a team compared to another's performance against the same team.

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Exactly. The Ducks who are really struggling DOMINATED them the other night and we can't even do anything against Nashville.
The Ducks completely dominated Van the other day to, but lost to the pens so what are you trying to say???

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Man oh man I love this team this year, we're actually for real this year... i expect an easy win for the Kings 5-2... GO KINGS!


I blame you.

Glad I was working for this one.

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