Kings delay tee times thanks to Justin Williams

The Diving Poke Check of game three. The deflection of game four. Without which the Kings would very likely either be returning to St. Louis down 3-1, or would already be cleaning out their lockers.

The Kings are 1-12 in coming back from a 3-1 deficit. The Kings are 7-4 in series that are tied 2-2 after four games.

In looking up the numbers, I am reminded that the Kings were up 2-1 on Vancouver three years ago. And were winning game four going into the third, if memory serves, before the wheels fell off.

Here’s a fun trip down memory lane from that Vancouver series.


  3 comments for “Kings delay tee times thanks to Justin Williams

  1. May 7, 2013 at 11:41 PM

    It’s interesting that you should recall that whole Mike Murphy conspiracy business. Whatever sympathy I might have had for Canucks fans tonight reverses course and becomes Eric Cartman-like joy at lapping up their salty tears when I think back upon that nonsense.

    • USHA#17
      May 8, 2013 at 7:22 AM

      Nevertheless Daniel did not deserve the penalty. Except for Hendrik (who was amazing last night) Vancouver looked like LA did in their first game against the Blues.

      One think about the Sharks, couldn’t strip Hendrik and never let Daniel get open.

  2. USHA#17
    May 8, 2013 at 7:19 AM

    By handing the Sharks a sweep that jerk Bieksa may have handeded the Western Conference to San Jose. The way the various Western series are shaping up six days off is most likely going to prove critical. Kings better do it in six to have a hope.

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