i am hoping that we don't boo our own team before the end of the game ever again. That will go a long way in showing that we actually support our team through thick and thin.
I think part of the issue is we have new fans,at least in my section up in the cheap seats, and once they start struggling and someone boos it starts like a mob mentality and add in some alcohol and its on, once can be forgotten but if they are embarrassed in front of the duxs we will lose our many years of great fans rating for awhile
No changes or surprises based on today’s morning skate. There is, however, a potentially good update on Kyle Clifford and his head injury. Terry Murray said Clifford rode a stationary bike today and “feels really good,” other than the black eye he suffered in the fight on Thursday. Murray said Clifford will visit with a team doctor tonight and that if all goes well, it’s possible that Clifford might return to practice as soon as tomorrow.
People go to endless extents to defend Quick. Yeah, the loss wasn't solely his fault, but he pretty much let in four soft goals. Bernier earned tomorrow nights start and for him not to get it is not right.
Look up the statistics as I have, and you will find that Berniers numbers in their last 10 or so respective starts are far better than Quicks. However, I'm sure the Quick fans will find a way to bypass that.
Who are these people you speak of? Everybody knows on this forum when the Kings lose we want the other goalie. Not very often if ever we come together and defend our team in a loss. Were no different then the booing fans at Staples except we hide behind these computer screens blaming coaches, players, GM, refs, video replay, and now the fans when the Kings lose.
For those attending tonight’s game, don’t be surprised if there’s some extra security. Apparently, an odd scene took place before today’s game between the Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers, as a knife-wielding man got onto the court and was shot by police with rubber bullets after a 20-minute standoff. Reports indicate that there were no injuries, and while the start of the Clippers’ game was delayed slightly, there’s not expected to be any impact on tonight’s Kings game.