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.

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