Fill In The Blank: Game 8 Feedback – Kings at Blue Jackets

It’s time for more input from the readers.

Following Tuesday night’s game in Columbus, we asked people to complete the following:

“The most memorable moment from last night’s 4-2 LA Kings win vs CBJ 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…

Ashley H. – Richards being a true leader and standing up for Scuds.

Tyler S. – Scuds returning to the ice looking like the terminator…but scarier

Amador R. – Voynov taking the puck off the boards and firing that missile of a slap shot for a goal!!!

Tina W. – They played like a cohesive TEAM! They stood up for each other and had balance scoring.

Jerrod C. – Quick’s diving save with his head.

Eric W. – Definitely Mike Richards being a true leader and going after Dubinsky after that hit. Love Richards for that.

@9Trapper – The play of Slava Voynov. He was fantastic on both ends of the ice.

@rvp29 – Kopi’s beautiful backhander 34 secs in 2nd pd

@JordanKaylie1 – Carter’s goal, just to hear all the fans boo him

@dslakoff – Scuds sporting the eye of the tiger. That man knows how to take it for the team

To see a replay of the hit on Rob Scuderi, followed by Mike Richards fighting Brandon Dubinsky, click here.

Note to webmasters/reporters: When recapping news or interviews from this site please include a link to

Recent Articles

FREE REPLAY: Hoven Talks Kopitar, Phaneuf, Brown on TSN Radio

Follow @mayorNHL
Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on TSN Radio from earlier today, where he joined host Kevin Olszewski to talk about all things Los Angeles Kings – including Anze Kopitar’s possible Hart Trophy worthy season, potential heat on coach John Stevens if they don’t make the playoffs, what has changed with Dustin Brown, […]

Understanding Kyle Clifford and the LA Kings Becoming One And the Same

His jersey will never be hanging from the rafters inside the arena, nor will he get a statue outside Staples Center. However, his contributions to the LA Kings organization are immeasurable, often unnoticed, and far greater than most people will ever realize.
Last month, Clifford played his 500th NHL game and Dustin Brown, who served as […]

LA Kings 2018 Mid-Season Top 10 Prospect Rankings: The Top Two

It all comes down to this.
After an extensive journey through the LA Kings current prospect pool, we’ve finally arrived at the top two players in the rankings – including this year’s highly coveted No. 1 spot.
Before we get to the unveiling, though… If you’re unfamiliar with our rankings, for nearly a decade this content […]

Major News Items

LA Kings 2018 Mid-Season Prospect Rankings: Honorable Mentions, Part I

Per the tradition established here at MayorsManor, it’s once again time for our highly anticipated look at the LA Kings Top 10 Prospect Rankings. If you’re unfamiliar with this list, for nearly a decade now this … [Read More...]

More Prospect News