Fill In The Blank: Game 7 Feedback – Kings at Ducks

It’s time for more input from the readers.

Following Saturday night’s game with the Ducks, we asked people to complete the following:

“The turning point for the LA Kings in their 7-4 loss to Anaheim was ____.” (FILL IN THE BLANK)

After pouring over all the feedback provided by MayorsManor readers on twitter and facebook, here are the ten best answers…

@tieronedesign – The fifth goal.

@CalebRapoport – When Bobby Ryan made Ryan Kesler look classier than Mark Messier… #DiverDown

@bmusgrove_socal – When the Ducks scored twice in the first 5 minutes and forced Sutter to switch goalies.

Steve N. – The failure to take a lead.

Ian P. – Getting more tired than a team that played the night before.

Danita S. – Kopi getting penalties. He rarely does!

Karen B. – Missing 2 warriors on defense and PK! Nobody big enough or smart enough to shut them down.

Stephan M. – When it was tied 2-2 and Williams went in alone on Hillier and couldn’t convert to put the kings up 3-2.

K.m. C. – Palmieri’s goal from the slot. That was a dagger.

Bret D. – Boudreau being able to get his first line out there against our fourth line, this happened quite a few times.

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