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#64 Kings @ Wild, 2/28/12 - PostGame 4-0 WIN, Thoughts & Tidbits = it's NOT over !

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02-29-2012, 11:36 AM
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I couldn't watch the game yesterday. Is there any archive (or torrent site) on the net where I could download the whole game or otherwise see it?

Thanks in advanced.
Gamecenter has the condensed game and highlights up.

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Gamecenter has the condensed game and highlights up.
I know that one. But is there any place on net you could watch whole game?

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02-29-2012, 12:19 PM
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Think it might be time to buy a Nolan jersey.

1 goal, and a fight...and when was the last time a Kings player actually won a fight...jesus....

Love this kid.

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02-29-2012, 12:27 PM
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Wow, only 3 pages of comments after a 4-0 win. How many pages do you think it would have been if we lost this game? 10? 20? That's one thing that really bugs me about Kings fans, it's like you'd almost rather lose just so you have something to complain about
When the Kings start beating teams like Nashville, San Jose, Dallas, Phoenix again is when people will start blowing up the board. They are just to inconsistent to get excited.

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02-29-2012, 12:43 PM
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The next 8 games, we play 5 teams! How does that happen? The Nashville & Anaheim series are going to be WARS!!!

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02-29-2012, 12:56 PM
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When the Kings start beating teams like Nashville, San Jose, Dallas, Phoenix again is when people will start blowing up the board. They are just to inconsistent to get excited.
This^ The win last night was a solid game but make no mistake that Minnesota team is a disaster right now. No heart, no intensity outside of Scandella and Clutterbuck, just a defeated and dejected team right now. Even Backstrom wasn't his usual self and was just sort of going through the motions. Even the fans right now are turning on the players. Before the game they reviewed the trades the Wild made in the last week and there was a few "boos" when they got to the Schultz trade and the team flat out got booed off the ice after the 2nd period last night... It was a good win but the Wild are a shell of the team they were 2 months ago. The Kings need to start winning games against the teams ahead of them consistently.

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02-29-2012, 12:59 PM
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Bernier shut out the team that's 29th on offense.

Kings hung 4 on the last-ranked defensive team.

Just a dose of reality here, folks.

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02-29-2012, 01:07 PM
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Bernier shut out the team that's 29th on offense.

Kings hung 4 on the last-ranked defensive team.

Just a dose of reality here, folks.
Minny is 10th in goals against per game

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Minny is 10th in goals against per game
but that was before they traded half there D lol

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Minny is 10th in goals against per game
My bad. I read that stat yesterday somewhere. Didn't look it up myself.

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They need to win the next 3 or 4 to have a realistic shot at the playoffs. They have to go about 13-5 in the remaining games (96 points). A real tall order at any time and especially given their remaining schedule.

EDIT: Took a look at last year's standings, 96 points would not have done it. That means to be certain of getting in, they'd have to go the equivalent of 13-3-1. They could still get in with less if they get lucky.

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02-29-2012, 01:26 PM
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They need to win the next 3 or 4 to have a realistic shot at the playoffs. They have to go about 13-5 in the remaining games (96 points). A real tall order at any time and especially given their remaining schedule.

EDIT: Took a look at last year's standings, 96 points would not have done it. That means to be certain of getting in, they'd have to go the equivalent of 13-3-1. They could still get in with less if they get lucky.
All the OT losses certainly don't help matters. I don't think it will take 96 points to get in this year.

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02-29-2012, 01:38 PM
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Bernier shut out the team that's 29th on offense.

Kings hung 4 on the last-ranked defensive team.

Just a dose of reality here, folks.
And they lost 1-0 to Columbus.

Until they score consistently, the will not have a winning streak.

But I do think the core shakeup and adding Carter & Voynov will get this team scoring and they will make the playoffs.

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All the OT losses certainly don't help matters. I don't think it will take 96 points to get in this year.
I agree. I think somewhere between 86-90 will get you in this year.

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Kings now have 9 goals in their past 3. 14 goals in their past 5.

A New Hope?

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Kings now have 9 goals in their past 3. 14 goals in their past 5.

A New Hope?
We need The Empire to strike back.

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02-29-2012, 02:04 PM
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They need to win the next 3 or 4 to have a realistic shot at the playoffs. They have to go about 13-5 in the remaining games (96 points). A real tall order at any time and especially given their remaining schedule.

EDIT: Took a look at last year's standings, 96 points would not have done it. That means to be certain of getting in, they'd have to go the equivalent of 13-3-1. They could still get in with less if they get lucky.
91 pts should be enough to get in this year.

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02-29-2012, 02:10 PM
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They need to win the next 3 or 4 to have a realistic shot at the playoffs. They have to go about 13-5 in the remaining games (96 points). A real tall order at any time and especially given their remaining schedule.

EDIT: Took a look at last year's standings, 96 points would not have done it. That means to be certain of getting in, they'd have to go the equivalent of 13-3-1. They could still get in with less if they get lucky.
Actually, right now, 8th place projects out to 91 points (Dallas), so if the Kings go 11-7 they'd finish with 92 and take that last spot.

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02-29-2012, 02:17 PM
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91 pts should be enough to get in this year.
Then the Kings need 92 - they lose nearly every tiebreaker.

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Actually, right now, 8th place projects out to 91 points (Dallas), so if the Kings go 11-7 they'd finish with 92 and take that last spot.
Unfortunately, we'll go 5-4-9.

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Then the Kings need 92 - they lose nearly every tiebreaker.
I think 93 is a safe bet. So they would need 23 points in their remaining 18 games, which is extremely doable for this team. If they were not a good road team I would be much more concerned.

A little 10-5-3 run and they are in. If they only need 92 points then 10-6-2. Yep, very doable.

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For some reason, I see us going 8-5-5 ........

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The Kings need to win 8 or 9 games in March. They do that it will look pretty good. Lets just hope all these bubble teams don't go gangbusters in March.

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The Kings need to win 8 or 9 games in March. They do that it will look pretty good. Lets just hope all these bubble teams don't go gangbusters in March.
They all can't. Each of them play each other too much.

Wonder how many games Vancouver and Detroit are going to "take off" down the stretch.

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Those last two games with San Jose are going to determine whether or not one or both teams make the playoffs. The atmosphere in those games is going to be electric.

A Phoenix meltdown needs to start happening right about now.

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