VIDEO: Frozen Fury XIV – proof that it actually happened

Many Kings fans returning to Southern California over the last 24 hours have been asking themselves one question – ‘What happened this weekend in Las Vegas?’

Some are referring to what took place on the ice Saturday night inside the MGM Grand hotel, where the Kings were crushed 4-1 by the Colorado Avalanche…and more confusing were the shot totals, as LA managed only two in the first period and 14 in the entire game.

The same question is also being asked by the thousands of fans who enjoyed the Vegas lifestyle a little too much, only to wake up late Sunday morning and not remember much of what happened during the 12-18 hours prior.

Thanks to KingsVision, here are a few sights and sounds to jog those foggy Frozen Fury memories…

If you missed it over the weekend, be sure to take the Frozen Fury Trivia Challenge and read some pre-game comments from Mike Richards about his first Frozen Fury, plus thoughts from Anze Kopitar and Willie Mitchell – that article is linked here.

Immediately following the game, the Kings headed to the airport for a long flight to Germany. Prior to leaving North America though, many of the players shared some thoughts about the trip – including who was going to be the most annoying person on the flight, who would be the best/worst dressed in Europe and more. Be sure to check out that article here.

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