Fill In The Blank: Game 11 feedback – Kings at Blues

Slava Voynov LA Kings MayorsManorIt’s time for more input from the readers.

Following what may have been their best game of the year on Sunday in Detroit, the Kings rolled into St. Louis on Monday and stomped a mudhole in the Blues.  Things went so bad for the home team, their captain called out his teammates before the night was over.

Following the game we asked people to complete the following:

“The most impressive thing about the Kings 4-1 win over the Blues was _______.” (FILL IN THE BLANK)

After scanning the feedback provided on twitter and facebook, here are the ten best answers…

@TylerRathbun – Slava’s acceleration to create the 2-1 and complete it with a perfect pass for a goal!

@dslakoff – That the defense played well even once A-Mart went down.

@hopesfail – Another very impressive performance on back to back nights against 2 very good teams.

@HockeyBeerBoobs – No question – It doesn’t matter the results of the game… the most impressive part of every #Lakings game is Jim Fox’s Hair.

@cfbuckster – Seeing Stoll, Drewiske, Penner, Ellerby on the score sheet.

‏@jaysin626 – The one game sweep.

Karl H. – Scored first and held it!!

Matthew B. – Bernier’s tremendous composure throughout. Coming off their power play goal he wasn’t rattled. Came out and shut the door.

Christian L. – Drewiske scores!!! Leaving only Ellerby and Doughty in the goalless D-man club this season.

Steve N. – Kept the foot on the gas and didn’t let up and go into a shell.

Poor Jeff Carter. All he did was score two goals.

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Comments

  1. Robyn Pennington says:

    JC has become so impressive, fans now expect it every game 😀

    • I agree. Still impressive game by Carter, but now the fans just expect that kind of play out of him. We definitely appreciate it though!

  2. which goalie gets the call tomorrow?

  3. Jeff Carter and Bernier