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03-30-2010, 10:59 PM
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No... right.

The Kings best chances are still 2 years down the road. You continue the natural development and take what comes at the NHL level. This team is not a Cup Contender yet, and you don't throw Quick under the bus just for the sake of a hot hand.

Keep on keeping on - that's the plan.
Its not just a hot hand. He's the best goalie we have. Jesus Christ..

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I think the one thing that will stick with me from tonight's game. Odie's goal, who knew he'd pick a corner.

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I think the one thing that will stick with me from tonight's game. Odie's goal, who knew he'd pick a corner.
Not him certainly.

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Bernier is the future. He's dominated every level there is in Hockey and played for Canada in numerous international events. NHL is the only place he hasn't proved himself. He is gonna be the guy to end THE drought.

I can pull up quotes where Murray and Lombardi literally orgasm over Bernier's potential in the NHL and now it is easy to see why Murray was so damn eager to see the kid play. He's only 21, and from all accounts he has matured, credit Dean Lombardi for creating this logjam of goalies and more importantly their development.


That being said, bout damn time we freaking win!

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Bernier is the future. He's dominated every level there is in Hockey and played for Canada in numerous international events. NHL is the only place he hasn't proved himself. He is gonna be the guy to end THE drought.

I can pull up quotes where Murray and Lombardi literally orgasm over Bernier's potential in the NHL and now it is easy to see why Murray was so damn eager to see the kid play. He's only 21, and from all accounts he has matured, credit Dean Lombardi for creating this logjam of goalies and more importantly their development.


That being said, bout damn time we freaking win!
well said, Bernier is the future

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Its not just a hot hand. He's the best goalie we have. Jesus Christ..
No, he has won two very impressive games.

You are misintepreting things. There is absolutely no difference between "improving the Kings or improving Manchester". It's all the same thing.

This season is just a building block, and you don't need to start playing jenga with it.

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Nashville's who we thought they were!

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No, he has won two very impressive games.

You are misintepreting things. There is absolutely no difference between "improving the Kings or improving Manchester". It's all the same thing.

This season is just a building block, and you don't need to start playing jenga with it.
You ever play beer jenga? That's a lot of fun!

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Send Ersberg down to Manchester, he'll have to clear waivers but I doubt anyone would pick him up

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Its not just a hot hand. He's the best goalie we have. Jesus Christ..
Yep, our best goalie that needed a maturation process.

Think about it, he was 18 when he started for the Kings.

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As I said in other threads I think Bernier is soon going to be our starter, but all the people bashing Quick makes me throw up.

I guess you are all used to see Kings goalies pile up 40 wins seasons...how old are you? 4? Connect the brain before posting, Quick is the main reason we are in playoff position.

There's plenty of space at the Ducks board, go there to waste your time.

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You ever play beer jenga? That's a lot of fun!
Waterfall!

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Send Ersberg down to Manchester, he'll have to clear waivers but I doubt anyone would pick him up
Philly would.

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Nothing can harm me at all...

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I think Bernier should get starts until Ersberg gets back. He's been playing well, could use the NHL experience, and god knows Quick needs a friggin rest.

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To be fair, Bernier is a much smaller goaltender than Quick and once we play a team with screens and strong net presence Bernier will have a much harder time. That being said, Bernier looked awesome out there and much better than Quick has looked lately. However I'm not ready to bail on Quick yet, he's having a rough time lately but I really, really want him to be the guy that gets it done for us in the playoffs. He has earned it, having long stretches of incredible play and stealing many games for us. He needs to find his game rhythm again though and show once again he can be the guy.

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So wait.................we actually beat Nashville?










































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No, he has won two very impressive games.

You are misintepreting things. There is absolutely no difference between "improving the Kings or improving Manchester". It's all the same thing.

This season is just a building block, and you don't need to start playing jenga with it.
if you make the playoffs you are playing for this year not next year....you think they are playing for nexy year right now?sorry i don't buy into that stuff.the best goalie plays weather it's quick or bernier.he has been developing since he was a little boy playing,and now it looks like he is ready.who says guys have to suffer 2 years devolping if they don't need it.there are plenty of great goalies who came right up and right in to play.and according to patrick roy himself bernier is the next great goalie.

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To be fair, Bernier is a much smaller goaltender than Quick and once we play a team with screens and strong net presence Bernier will have a much harder time. That being said, Bernier looked awesome out there and much better than Quick has looked lately. However I'm not ready to bail on Quick yet, he's having a rough time lately but I really, really want him to be the guy that gets it done for us in the playoffs. He has earned it, having long stretches of incredible play and stealing many games for us. He needs to find his game rhythm again though and show once again he can be the guy.
Look at this guy, coming from the North Lands and being a solid poster!

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Look at this guy, coming from the North Lands and being a solid poster!
He takes the GOLD medal for post of the season

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For those of you who decided to decided to boycott watching the Kings tonight, go to Anaheim and be Ducks fans.

Time for the serious hockey fans to stand up in Los Angeles.

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Good job, dumbasses!

Now win Thursday.

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Post game article is up baby...click on the link http://lakingsnews.com/2010/03/30/be...predators-2-0/ for more

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There’s something about the Nashville Predators I have never liked. It’s difficult to put my finger on it. They’ve had the Kings’ number but that’s not what bothers me. The Predators remind me of that guy who shows up to your party with a cowboy hat, tight jeans and boots. As you are having a Stone IPA and talking puck with your buddy Surly, you see the **** kicker walking in and, worse yet, greeting people with “howdy.”

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