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SCF Gm#3, 6/4/12: KINGS rout DEVILS, 4-0 Lead series 3-0 ... JUST 1 MORE !!!!

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06-05-2012, 01:10 AM
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By the way, does anybody else but me think Clarkson has become the 'Burrows' of the Eastern Conference? My **** does that guy ever go down easily and frequently for somebody that is 6-1, 200lbs and has 692 PIM's in his NHL career.

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After tonight, we have 17 different goal scorers!!! 17!!! Only 3 people haven't registered a point and none of them have played more than three games!

Everyone is chipping in!!!

So unbelievable right now!

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06-05-2012, 01:12 AM
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Hey guys, Canucks fan here. I became a Canucks fan in '94 when I was eight years old and have been ever since, but before that, like most young Canadians, the only thing that I really knew about hockey was Wayne Gretzky, and I was a Kings fan. I actually thought they were called the Kings because they were actually the Kings of the NHL. Anyways, I've always liked LA and this is the next best thing to a Canucks Stanley Cup victory.

Here's hoping Lord Stanley's Cup is presented to your Kings in SoCal on Wednesday!

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And did anyone else catch that Sidney Crosby was at the game? I was like WTF. The fans didn't know whether to boo or not.

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By the way, does anybody else but me think Clarkson has become the 'Burrows' of the Eastern Conference? My **** does that guy ever go down easily and frequently for somebody that is 6-1, 200lbs and has 692 PIM's in his NHL career.
No way. Clarkson is tough and plays an honest game. Burrows is a chicken **** *********.

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Quick: 15-2, .950sv%, 1.36gaa, 3 S.O.
That is just all kinds of siiiiiiick. Wow.

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And did anyone else catch that Sidney Crosby was at the game? I was like WTF. The fans didn't know whether to boo or not.
Matt Duchene too. Interesting!

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I've been a Kings fan for 32 years and I can't recall a more satisfying moment than tonight's win. I'm savoring every minute of this incredible run.

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Hey guys, Canucks fan here. I became a Canucks fan in '94 when I was eight years old and have been ever since, but before that, like most young Canadians, the only thing that I really knew about hockey was Wayne Gretzky, and I was a Kings fan. I actually thought they were called the Kings because they were actually the Kings of the NHL. Anyways, I've always liked LA and this is the next best thing to a Canucks Stanley Cup victory.

Here's hoping Lord Stanley's Cup is presented to your Kings in SoCal on Wednesday!
Listen *******...get the **** out of here and go fu....

Oh sorry. That's my regular reaction to Canuck fans. Thanks buddy. Come back any time!

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Matt Duchene too. Interesting!
Duchene and Kopi are good friends.

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I wonder what Parise is thinking about next year right about now!

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And did anyone else catch that Sidney Crosby was at the game? I was like WTF. The fans didn't know whether to boo or not.
Isn't his contract up in a year? Maybe he's just scouting the Kings

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Isn't his contract up in a year? Maybe he's just scouting the Kings
We could need a 3rd line center..

It was just damn funny. Some of us were like booo...uh yay? Huh...Al Michaels? Big cheer for him. He lives and dies with the Kings, just like the rest of us.

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Martinez might be the 2nd best defenseman on this team.
I'd have to agree. He's played so well for you guys. Everyone on that top-6 has stepped up their game. There were 2 question marks I had with their defense, and those were Martinez and Voynov, and how Voynov would respond in the playoffs with the extra responsibility with JMFJ being gone. Well, Martinez and Voynov far both exceeded expectations, and I think those 2 were your #2 and #3 defensemen right behind Doughty. Mitchell, Greene and Scuderi do little things that go unnoticed, like how Scuderi can make a quick pass to Doughty after drawing multiple forecheckers to him to free him for an up ice rush, but I think Martinez and Voynov really have played a great all-around game.

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Hopefully joining the Rangers, you guys sure as hell don't need him.

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That's really cool of you. I think the Rangers, Blues and (ugh) Canucks are the teams that are closest to the Cup.
Well that's funny, 3 of my favorites... the Gretzky 4... Rangers, Kings, Blues, Oilers, and the Hawks are my top 5.

And as for the Canucks, let's hope they never win one.

Getting to go to a parade in 94 after beating them in Game 7 was one of the highlights of my life.

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Quick's on the verge of breaking one of two records I never thought would be broken.

Quick's postseason playoff GAA and save percentage are the best recorded by a Stanley Cup Final goalie, with a minimum of 10 games played, since Jacques Plante posted a 1.43 GAA and .949 save percentage over 10 games for the St. Louis Blues in 1969.

Quick's #'s after tonight are 1.36GAA and .950SV%. If he can hold those #'s, he'll have the all-time best SV% since the NHL started keeping track in 1968 and be the 2nd best playoff goalie overall - best in almost 50 years.

Plante's save percentage is the best recorded by a goalie since the NHL established that statistic in 1968, and his goals-against average ranks second behind Frank Brimsek's 1.25 in 12 games for the Boston Bruins in 1939.

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Duchene and Kopi are good friends.
I can see you quoting a person but I can't see the original post.

Does that mean i'm blocked out?

What are you talking about Kopi and Duchene??? and i'm not asking anything about the person that might have blocked me for whatever reason. I'm totally clueless on that but nvm.

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I can see you quoting a person but I can't see the original post.

Does that mean i'm blocked out?

What are you talking about Kopi and Duchene??? and i'm not asking anything about the person that might have blocked me for whatever reason. I'm totally clueless on that but nvm.
Duchene and Crosby were shown at the game in a suite.

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No way. Clarkson is tough and plays an honest game. Burrows is a chicken **** *********.
From what I've seen, he hasn't been doing that this series. Maybe it's just me that has seen this.

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06-05-2012, 01:36 AM
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1. I noticed Jeff Carter has a Lazy eye, I just didn't know that, thats all

and put this guy on full blast, 2:13


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Someone needs to put Parise and Kovalchuk on a milk carton. Talk about MIA. This is the most dominant performance I've seen from a team during the playoffs. The Kings have absolutely torn through any obstacle that has been put in front of them. Critics and doubters can take their "adversity" and shove it up their ass.

Oh and one more thing that I absolutely love about Mike Richards. Look at his credentials:

2003 Memorial Cup
2005 World Junior Championship Gold Medal
2005 AHL Calder Cup
2010 Olympic Gold Medal

He'll be adding 2012 Stanley Cup Championship to his resume. That is so damn impressive.

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The love fest continues on NHL Tonight.

Kevin Weekes: "I dare any hockey expert to point out one thing that's wrong with that Kings team. One deficiency....I don't see it."

Doug Weight is gushing too.
Darren Pang is being a bit of a ****** though. He said the Kings were already celebrating during Game 4 against the Yotes and look how that turned out. I don't know where he got that from, but I never saw the Kings celebrating before that game started.

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Darren Pang is being a bit of a ****** though. He said the Kings were already celebrating during Game 4 against the Yotes and look how that turned out. I don't know where he got that from, but I never saw the Kings celebrating before that game started.
Darren Pang is a penis head.

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Wow. Just...wow.

What can be said that hasn't been already?

I remember being in Vegas sometime in early March, and the Kings were something like 40-1 to win the Cup. I though that was a joke...I wouldn't have bet that even if the odds were 400-1, because the thought of them advancing this far was utterly preposterous. The offense was terrible, rooted at the bottom of the league in average GPG. In fact, they may have finished the season there...I haven't bothered to check.

I have absolutely no idea what made this team catch fire at the exact right time of the year, but they have. If someone asked me right now what the Kings are doing to win games, I'd probably defer to the answer a guitarist gave the dorky teenage magazine writer in Almost Famous when he was asked what he loves about music: "To begin with...everything."

This series is shaping up the same way previous SFC sweeps did. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but no team has ever won Game 4 of a SCF after losing the first three, correct? If it is, I'm not surprised. The Devils outplayed the Kings in Games 1 and 2, got every single call in their favor in Game 3, and they still couldn't win one. I think NJ realizes the degree of difficulty for winning this year has moved into the "Damn near impossible" range...and they're ready to pack it in.

Scoring first in Game 4 is key. Ironically, I'll be in Vegas again on Wednesday watching. God help anyone within a 20-foot radius at the Wynn sports book if the Kings have a multi-goal lead and the final seconds are burning off...


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