Fill in The Blank: Game 5 – Kings v Canucks

We’re going to test out a new feature here on MayorsManor and see where it goes.  It’s actually something we used occasionally on twitter last season and it’s received some decent response.

In a nutshell, following a Kings game – win or lose – we’ll post a nearly complete sentence and ask fans to finish it for us.

Yesterday afternoon, we put put out the following:

Besides the fact that the Kings won the game, my favorite moment vs the Canucks last night was ________. (FILL IN THE BLANK)

We’ve poured over all the feedback provided by MayorsManor readers on twitter and facebook to come up with the ten best answers…

Zach L. – Jeff Carter. Just Jeff Carter.

Timothy L. – Davis Drewiske’s strong play on D. Two blocked shots on that one shift alone.

Teri N. – FINALLY getting a power play goal!!!

Bill D. – Watching Scuderi take away space and time from potential goal scorers facing a partially open net.

Neil W. – The blondes behind the Kings bench !!!!!

Bill N. – Bailey’s chirping of the Canucks bench before the shootout.

@friarpuck Burrows’ shootout fail.

@Paolo_Cruz – Jordan Nolan taking the body, early career Dustin Brown esque

@Mbell56 Easily – Voynov’s one timer. I was doing the Yakupov all over my living room.

@dslakoff – These babies…

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Comments

  1. Wow! I made #4! I’m honored. Thank you. 🙂

  2. Genghis John says:

    ……that the Canucks lost. (Suck it Vancouver)

  3. I kept talking about those blondes all night!