Saturday, February 11, 2012

KBPP Preview: Kings vs Islanders

As the Kings roller coaster roadie continues, I figured it was time to check in on the boys myself and give them a little extra boost. So The Queen will be in residence on Long Island today! Will it be enough to get the boys over the hump? Or will Monarchs call-up's Dwight King and Jordan Nolan provide more offensive fuel to fire a win?

Either way, the Kings NEED a win. Let's hope they can grab it. I'm predicting they do, but let's see what the rest of the KBPP has to say...


The Royal Half from The Royal Half
  • Score: Islanders 4, Kings 3
  • Reason: Despite 3 goals from Jordan Nolan and Dwight King. The Kings can't hold on in Long Island.
  • Record: 0-5

Jon Gillette from Rink Royalty 
  • Score: Islanders 4, Kings 1
  • Reason: Team doesn't get it yet. If they're not going to play for Quick, as Hammond said, Quick's not going to play for them. I think Quick sits this one out and the team struggles.
  • Record: 2-3

Quisp from Jewels From the Crown

  • Score: Kings 1, Islanders, 0
  • Reason: It would be sad to play a low scoring game against the Islanders.
  • Record: 1-3

Bobby Scribe from Surly and Scribe

  • Score: Islanders 2, Kings 1
  • Reason: You see the sun rise, you see the sun set, you learn to trust it
  • Record: 2-3

Meg Jarrell from Kings Court
(That's me so you don't need no stinking link --- you're already here!)
  • Score: Kings 3, Islanders 2
  • Reason: Quick will want payback for last year when his brother-in-law Matty Moulson hit him up for a few goals. Hopefully family pride trumps the Kings ups and downs.
  • Record: 3-2

Paul Armbruster from Deep Inside the Kings
  • Score: Kings 2, Islanders 1
  • Reason: Kings open the floodgates, scoring 2 goals. Jon Quick slashes Matt Moulson in the ankle resulting a massive family feud, which is eventually resolved by Richard Dawson and Don Cherry.
  • Record: 3-2

Matt Murray from Life In Hockeywood

  • Score: Kings 3, Islanders 2
  • Reason: With the call-ups of Dwight King and Jordan Nolan, the Kings will infuse the line with Mike Richards with some fresh, enthusiastic forwards who still possess some offensive creativity. Hopefully their presence will help kick-start the struggling Kings.
  • Record: 1-4

Got a prediction of your own? Leave it in the comments and see how you stack up against the KBPP!


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