There's not much left to say really. Either way, it's going to something to watch.
Fun fact: when the Kings are up 3-0 in a playoff series (something that hasn't happened in almost any of our lifetimes), everything is better. Those birds that are usually just chirping? Now...
The lack of Daniel Sedin is a major blow to the Vancouver Canucks, but it's not the only factor in their continued struggles.
This is just a quick little something I was thinking about following the Kings' stunning Game 3 win (quick, raise your hand if you thought we'd be up 3-0? okay, now put your hand down you liar). I...
Forgive me if things are a little shorter than usual today, still recovering from a wild Saturday night. It was just like that "Because It's the Cup" commercial, except everyone was much less...
End of the world? Not really. It will be an end to the Kings winning streak in this game of chance they've been playing against the Canucks. Snake eyes, bitches...
Perhaps getting out of fickle Roger's Arena, hanging out together in Lotus Land is just what the doctor ordered for our team.
|- No scoring. Penalties - Dustin Brown, Los Angeles (Elbowing), 5:15; Maxim Lapierre, Vancouver (Roughing), 11:21; Samuel Pahlsson, Vancouver (Interference), 17:16.|
|- No scoring. Penalties - Dustin Penner, Los Angeles (Holding), 1:36; Alexander Edler, Vancouver (Interference), 1:43; Alexandre Burrows, Vancouver (Fighting (maj)), 2:53; Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles (Fighting (maj)), 2:53; Kevin Bieksa, Vancouver (Roughing), 2:53; Samuel Pahlsson, Vancouver (Interference), 5:11; Willie Mitchell, Los Angeles (Cross checking), 5:57; Maxim Lapierre, Vancouver (Unsportsmanlike conduct), 9:20; Dustin Penner, Los Angeles (Charging), 12:24.|
|- 1, Los Angeles Goal - Dustin Brown (4), from Justin Williams and Anze Kopitar at 6:30. Penalties - Dan Hamhuis, Vancouver (Hi-sticking), 12:05; Alexander Edler, Vancouver (Delaying Game-Puck over glass), 18:23.|