VIDEO: Coach Darryl Sutter’s presser after 1-0 loss to CBJ

Coach Darryl Sutter suffered his first regulation loss since stepping behind the Kings’ bench a few weeks ago, with a record of 5-1-3 after today’s 1-0 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Sadly, his post-game presser was not filled with as many of his three-word answers as we’ve come to expect – little things of beauty, which are quickly becoming popular around these parts.

The best one today was ‘Keep Bangin’ Away’ (when talking about what to do with the power play). Slightly re-phrasing one of his answers though, we could have ‘Big Boy Goals’ (on what’s needed). Finally, it’s a little too long to qualify as a three word answer – but, ‘What Do Ya Do?’ was another solid response.

Take a look (and listen) at what he had to say when asked about the power play, Dustin Penner‘s injury that popped up just before the game, the play of Jonathan Quick and much more…

Is Jack Johnson now nicknamed ‘Johnny’…hmmm, I didn’t get the memo.

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