Fill In The Blank: Game 10 Feedback – Kings at Red Wings

Datsyuk Red Wings by Ikiri
It’s time for more input from the readers.

Yesterday in Detroit, the Kings outshot the Red Wings 47-31.  They outhit them 25-24.  And they even controlled 58% of the faceoffs.  Still, after battling back from a 2-0 deficit to tie the game in the final minute of regulation, they lost with just 4.5 seconds on the clock. It was one of the more frustrating defeats of the season for the players and coaching staff, who collectively felt they gave one of their best efforts this season.

Following the game we asked people to complete the following:

“The most memorable moment from the Kings v Red Wings game was _______.” (FILL IN THE BLANK)

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

@BLaroza – Seeing the kings guaranteed 1 point rolling away as the puck trickled past the goal line.

@EvaMarieAlonzo – The puck trickling past the goal line, screaming ‘NO, NO, NO!!!!!’ as it slowly and painfully went into the net.

@MoxieKristine – Alec Martinez’ 1st goal of the season.

@JDStylz_ – Martinez tying it up and me and my wife losing our minds at Joe Louis Arena.

@jcarr1732 – When I broke my remote control in half

Dave R. – Brad Doty’s hit on Datsyuk!

Niko H. – Watching rebound after rebound end up right in the slot with no Kings crashing the net to hit it in.

Sharri C. – Cliffy’s tenacious play!

Bob T. – Mike Richards the fourth line center. Just shows how much this team is struggling.

Caleb R. – Wearing my ring the rest of the day reminding myself that it looked much bleaker last season..

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Comments

  1. Waking up in time to watch the last 90 seconds of the game and wishing I had woken up a few minutes later.