March 20, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks center Logan Couture (39) during a stoppage in play against the Los Angeles Kings during the third period at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

Slow Roasted Shark, A Kings Feast

Trying to think of a witty title and that’s what I came up with? Well, regardless of my inability to come up with a catchy tag-line, Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings dug themselves out of a hole, turned around and threw the San Jose Sharks in said hole. Wow, what a great game and what a perfect time for the Kings to start rolling. After all the grief, after all the name calling and fans being absolutely furious with the teams inadequacies (me being one of them) – they’re one point out of the division lead with nine games to go.

The picture below has absolutely nothing to do with what I’m writing. I just wanted everyone to get a good look at the set of teeth on this dude. Holy crap man!

The Kings got goals from Mike RichardsAlec MartinezAnze KopitarDustin Penner, and an empty netter from Jeff Carter which cost me the perfecta in the Deep Inside the Kings prediction panel. The Sharks got goals from a couple of their players. Really, who gives a rat’s ass who they were? KINGS WIN!!!

All points from here on out are huge. The one game the Kings can afford to lose is against the Boston Bruins because they’re the only non-conference opponent remaining on the schedule. Thursday, the wounded St. Louis Blues will be at Staples Center to face the Kings in the second of back to back nights for them. It appears the team knows not to let up on a team that should make for weary opposition so… if they come out and do what they did last night, the Kings should be up to 86 points and hopefully leading the division on Friday morning. Make it happen boys!

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