Wicked Win

Whenever an East Coast team comes into the Staples Center… it’s always a treat for dedicated Los Angeles Kings fans. And when it’s a team with such ravenous fans as the Boston Bruins… it’s even better. Why do I like it so much when East Coast teams come into town? Because their fans usually have such great jerseys:


A Classic. Can’t go wrong with Cam.


You have to really love set-up men to get an Adam Oates jersey.


This dude was wearing a Bruins jersey with a kilt.
I fully expect this to be the next Lady Gaga outfit.
I think it’s weird to wear a jersey of a player that
you aren’t old enough to have seen play in person.


This guy is such a hardcore Bruins fan that he wore his Quebec Nordiques
jersey just to get the Bruins motivated to play like they did in the Adams Division.


Bruins Legend, Gary Shuchuk.

I guess what I’m saying is the crowd on Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles was a huge Pro-Boston crowd. How pro-Boston you ask?


An Aerosmith jersey… in Boston Bruins colors.
Mass-holes for the win!
Kings 4, Bruins 3, Red Sox Nation 0

But all the wicked accents in the world couldn’t help Bruins fans as the Kings stormed back from a 3-1 deficit in the 3rd period to win the game in a shootout. Apparently, Jarret Stoll, Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar got tired of letting Brad Richardson and Scott Parse do all the scoring… and decided to step it up for this game. Is it just me… or are the Kings capable of having seven 20+ goal scorers this season?


Come on Drew! Make it 8!

So it’s San Jose on Tuesday. Buffalo on Thursday and then the Homestand to End All Homestands comes to an end.

The Royal Half has been a Los Angeles Kings fan since 1988 and a Half-Season Ticket Holder since 2002. He has seen the following goaltenders play in person for the Los Angeles Kings… Kelly Hrudey, Grant Fuhr, Byron Dafoe, Jamie Storr, Stephane Fiset, Felix Potvin, Cristobal Huet, Roman Cechmanek, Mathieu Garon, Adam Hauser, Jason LaBarbera, Barry Brust, Sean Burke, Dan Cloutier, Yutaka Fukufuji, Jean-Sebastien Aubin, Erik Ersberg, Jonathan Bernier, Jonathan Quick, Ben Scrivens and Martin Jones.You can follow The Royal Half on Twitter @TheRoyalHalf.