September 4th, 2012, 09:45 AM #21
Originally Posted by BDTR
I got over it when D. Brown buried that empty netter. Stewart looks like a fool. Then again, he looked pretty stupid when he "SSSHHHH" the crowd after narrowly winning his bout with J. Nolan. Who happens to have about a quarter of the experience of Stewart.
September 4th, 2012, 10:16 AM #22
I know its against Penner but its still one of my favorite hits of the series. Penner looks like a big grizzly bear trying to rip Oshie's head off during the scrum lol
September 4th, 2012, 12:59 PM #23
Quicks 3 saves against McDonald.
The crowd noise at the end of game 4.
September 4th, 2012, 01:12 PM #24
Actually, it was Perron's head (Richards got squared up with Oshie -- #74 -- and Penner took on Perron -- #57), but same difference.
Originally Posted by AntiClimacus
September 4th, 2012, 02:19 PM #25
Who saif it's about "not being over it"? You don't think the sound of 18,000 "Shhhhh's!" would be novel and satisfying to the ears? How about it just being fun? Would you not be amused?
Originally Posted by juliochango
Last edited by BDTR; September 4th, 2012 at 02:22 PM.
September 4th, 2012, 03:58 PM #26
Agree with BDTR, it would be hilarious and probably make stewart cry. What made stewart look dumber than he already is was that his team got swept. Karma is a funny thing.
Originally Posted by juliochango
September 4th, 2012, 04:33 PM #27
It takes an exceptional blow hard to "sshhhh" the crowd when down 3-0 on a best of 7. I am 100% certain he will not cry, and will actually feed his ego.
Originally Posted by LOSTcauseZERO
Maybe he was trying to get his team going, being a healthy scratch quite a bit through the first couple rounds. But his antics were lame. Everyone booing will just prove that he got the best out of the Staples crowd. The Blues lost, the Kings ended up winning the cup. That right there will always be with him, and make him feel crappy. Everyone "ssshhh'ing" him will make him feel relevant, and like he left his mark.
September 4th, 2012, 06:00 PM #28
So many great moments...First that comes to mind:
Stewart shushing us. I swear I would have gone over the glass if I could have. Excellent moment of when I found myself completely enthralled in the game and what was going on around me.
The noise after Brownie put the puck in at game #4. I have it on my phone and sometimes just put it on to hear how incredibly loud the cheers were.
September 4th, 2012, 07:58 PM #29
Haven't had a chance to watch the replays, so going solely on my memory from more than 3 months ago, I would say our awesome penalty kills. It was like we were putting on a clinic in games 3 & 4....I remember at one point hoping the refs would call a penalty on us so I could see some more PK! We were like a machine, a puck clearing, move the puck to the other end, make the Blues skate for it, machine.
And THE Kopi goal.....the moment when I knew we could go all the way. ( I know, you said no goals, but that is my greatest moment as a Kings fan)
September 4th, 2012, 11:32 PM #30
One moment in a game I was just floored.. Not sure what game or if this StL series but, When Voynov took Control down low on the far boards late in the game. Twisting and turning on himself . The kings fully line change and he was still playing the one man band down in the corner. Think it was close to ~20 seconds by himself. This is when I noticed that everyone on this team was doing his best, each player got his moment to shine. If our youngest kid on this team is doing crap like this we are unstoppable. Any one got a clip of what play im talking about?