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Game 17: Kings vs. Ducks - 2/25/13 - FOUR Game Win Streak!!!!

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02-26-2013, 03:39 AM
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Darryl Sutter's post game conference is hilarious.



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02-26-2013, 03:52 AM
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02-26-2013, 04:02 AM
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I'm late to the conversation cause I had my own hockey game during the Kings game. Wish I could watch a replay of the third! I don't have cable or GCL, anyone know how I can watch it somehow?? Anyway, here's my obligatory contribution after a Kings-ucks victory:


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02-26-2013, 04:03 AM
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So we got a lot of food/drink players on this team now.

Whiskey
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02-26-2013, 04:07 AM
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It was awesome when they got those goals grouped together and didn't sit back. They kept charging full steam ahead. Loved that 3rd period.

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02-26-2013, 06:07 AM
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I'm totally jinxing him here but I found this interesting in regards to Jeff Carter:

His current goals per game pace this season would result in a 48 goal season over an 82 game schedule. He has a total of 24 goals in 53 games as a King. Carter's been crushing it.

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02-26-2013, 07:10 AM
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This was nice to wake up to! I went to bed at 2-1 Ducks and thought I saw a misprint on NHL.com when I saw a "5" next to the Kings logo!

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02-26-2013, 08:28 AM
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Nolan with a good fight again. I think the fact that he's a lefty (well, at least throws punches with his left hand) surprises his opponents, but they'll probably catch on soon enough.

Great to see the team getting close to the way they played in the playoffs. Just need to be consistent now.

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02-26-2013, 08:50 AM
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Frozen Royalty Video: LA Kings Pass Big Test Against Anaheim, 5-2

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02-26-2013, 09:59 AM
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Darryl Sutter's post game conference is hilarious.



For those of you who want a translation:
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Sutter reminds me of, dare I say, the Kings version of Phil Jackson. Understands the game so well and all the enigmas that come with it. Like a hockey mystic who speaks in riddles...

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Nolan with a good fight again. I think the fact that he's a lefty (well, at least throws punches with his left hand) surprises his opponents, but they'll probably catch on soon enough.

Great to see the team getting close to the way they played in the playoffs. Just need to be consistent now.
Trust me everyone knows Nolan is lefty. Teams have film on all the potential fighters on each team. This just shows you what a brawl can do to put energy to a team. When your teammate wins a fight it sparks everyone up.

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02-26-2013, 10:09 AM
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Sutter reminds me of, dare I say, the Kings version of Phil Jackson. Understands the game so well and all the enigmas that come with it. Like a hockey mystic who speaks in riddles...
More like Yoda...

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02-26-2013, 10:13 AM
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I hope this puts Penner on a hot streak and he can keep netting some pucks. It seems pretty obvious to me that he is really liked among his teammates and that they throw him a lot of bones to keep his confidence up. Last night Kopi was the #1 star and Kopi (based on how they usually do it, interviewing the #1 star) should have got the interview but he handed that over to Penner...in fact i feel like Penner even been given a star of the game was a bit of a handout. In any case, i like the guy and he looks like he's getting in sync with the rest of the team and getting into his playoff Penner form.

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Everyone loves Sutter when the team is winning. Saw it here in Calgary that once the team starts loosing instead of him being hilarious in the press conferences, people see him as being an ass even though he didn't change.
Personally I love him, and think that he gets asked a lot of stupid quesitons.

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I hope this puts Penner on a hot streak and he can keep netting some pucks. It seems pretty obvious to me that he is really liked among his teammates and that they throw him a lot of bones to keep his confidence up. Last night Kopi was the #1 star and Kopi (based on how they usually do it, interviewing the #1 star) should have got the interview but he handed that over to Penner...in fact i feel like Penner even been given a star of the game was a bit of a handout. In any case, i like the guy and he looks like he's getting in sync with the rest of the team and getting into his playoff Penner form.
I hope so too. I like him and stoll together.

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02-26-2013, 10:22 AM
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Darryl Sutter's post game conference is hilarious.



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That one reporter asked an interesting question about declining a penalty shot for a PP. I don't think you should decline a PS because PS's have a higher scoring rate than PP's. But I do think you should get a 2-minute PP if you miss your PS. I said this in the GDT. I just don't think the team that commits the penalty that results in a PS gets punished enough. It's not like PS's have >50% success rate. It's like the "and 1" in basketball. You get fouled and miss the shot, you get 2 free throws. You get fouled and make the shot, you get one free throw.

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02-26-2013, 10:30 AM
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02-26-2013, 10:45 AM
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That one reporter asked an interesting question about declining a penalty shot for a PP. I don't think you should decline a PS because PS's have a higher scoring rate than PP's. But I do think you should get a 2-minute PP if you miss your PS. I said this in the GDT. I just don't think the team that commits the penalty that results in a PS gets punished enough. It's not like PS's have >50% success rate. It's like the "and 1" in basketball. You get fouled and miss the shot, you get 2 free throws. You get fouled and make the shot, you get one free throw.
A couple free throws is far less significant than a hockey goal. So I don't think that would ever catch on.

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02-26-2013, 10:58 AM
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Props to Nolan for stepping up, that fight really got the team moving.
Props to Doughty for a good game and a Massive hit

Props to entire team for allowing only 41 goals, good enough for #2 in the league (actually tied with the Habs but they 've played 2 more games) chicago has 37 but played 2 more games.

I like it that Sutter wasn't satisifed, I think that keeps this team moving. Loved the effort by all 4 lines, esp the top 2 lines.

How good is Slava????Wow...

OT- Really like what McLean is doing for the Senators. Lose Spezza, Karlsson and Anderson and still win and play 60 min. That's really impressive.

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02-26-2013, 11:05 AM
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Voynov has been amazing!

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Voynov has been amazing!
He has been impressive, can you imagine our blue line when/if Mitchell gets back...the only part i worry about is when/if mitchell comes back, whos out? everyone has been doing such a great job its a shame someone has to go.

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He has been impressive, can you imagine our blue line when/if Mitchell gets back...the only part i worry about is when/if mitchell comes back, whos out? everyone has been doing such a great job its a shame someone has to go.
Well, not to be a debbie downer, but until Muzzin started moving his feet last night, I was shaking my fist at the screen. He's still woefully inconsistent...though he's TERRIFIC when he's aggressive and moving his feet. Lots of raw potential there (I see what TG was saying).

That lookoff was amazing. yeah, it's tough to figure out who to sit. All of these kids (relatively, haha--drewiske, muzzin, ellerby) are getting valuable game experience and will be assets for the future. I think we tend to forget that they haven't peaked, and that they're going to get better, not worse!

Martinez will be back sooner rather than later...Greene and Mitchell, not so much, so hoping Ellerby turns into that shutdown guy...Muzzin looks too offensively inclined to really be 'a Mitchell', and I don't mean that in a derogatory way.

I'll admit to being wrong about our defensive depth. When Martinez went down after Greene and Mitchell, I thought we were sunk, but if we keep playing like we are now...

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He has been impressive, can you imagine our blue line when/if Mitchell gets back...the only part i worry about is when/if mitchell comes back, whos out? everyone has been doing such a great job its a shame someone has to go.
I know they've been bringing it up on the telecasts lately, but his body positioning is second-to-none. The guy just erases big forwards like it's no big deal. I'm worried he'll be pushing a high contract soon, but he's certainly earning it. The little handoff play they keep running along the boards...I keep thinking it's going to get him killed, but he keeps just squeezing by

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Kopitar has had some games this year where he's played really well but didn't get any points. Tonight he played like crap (aside from a few nice little plays) and comes home with 3 points.

I really like what I saw from Brown. He was PISSED after he took that penalty that resulted in an Anaheim goal. He was on a mission after that.

Also loved Penner's game. When he plays like that, he fits this teams style perfectly.
I am sorry but what the hell were you watching; it sure wasnt the game at Staples

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Muzzin is doing as many great things as bad things out there, so relatively speaking I'm pleased with his rookie showing. I really don't know who sits when Martinez gets back. I'd guess Ellerby based on his minutes, or drewiske because his job IS to be the number 7.

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