TRH RECAP – SAN JOSE SHARKS ROUND 1 GAME 5: Cage Match!

SJS_5_Recap

KINGS 3, SHARKS 0

The Kings’ decisive victory over the Sharks in San Jose last night was so shocking, Drew Doughty forgot the name of one of his teammates:

It was so unexpected, Darryl Sutter forgot how to talk during his media session.

Darryl Sutter quotes courtesy of lakingsinsider.com

Darryl Sutter quotes courtesy of lakingsinsider.com

It was so bizarre, Sharks fans forgot their manners.

https://twitter.com/pzzia/status/460279202411847681
https://twitter.com/julieJRoc/status/460293055157768192


https://twitter.com/LenaMalinowski/status/460276523082084352
https://twitter.com/brianmccarthy1/status/460275877276692480


https://twitter.com/AMart6023/status/460275376673943553

So stunned were the San Jose faithful, they dazedly stumbled out of SAP Center through the gift shop:

“Hmm, maybe I’ll get a Stalock t-shirt on the way out.”

Yes, the Kings’ overwhelming triumph over the Sharks was so surprising, that Kings fans started feeling it was safe to make cracks on Twitter again:


https://twitter.com/brianmccarthy1/status/460254212031385601


https://twitter.com/NotDeadRyanDunn/status/460261705075785728


https://twitter.com/taayylurr/status/460471986422939650
https://twitter.com/laurrrabeth/status/460465962911690752

You saw Dwide King?  Man, to me he’s been invisible the last few games.

I read this tweet as if a Koala was saying it.

https://twitter.com/DanBoyleFans/status/460363298282942464

And I truly wish the article above was actually written by Dan Boyle.

Finally, we end with a riddle for the ages…

Answer: The Kings fan of course – they simply crane kick the Ducks fan, #ReverseSweep the leg of the Sharks fan, and crack open a TRH-approved Bud Light Lime on their way out.

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Tufficult out.

-King Tufficult (@KingTufficult)

As a child, King Tufficult liked to hang out at Iceoplex to watch his dad’s summer skating group that included many gloriously mulleted individuals. Some of the people attached to those mullets played for the early 90′s LA Kings. It was destiny. Since then, King Tufficult is best known for extensively traveling in Europe during the Cup Finals and writing “The Post” after Game 6 of the 2014 WCF. If you're a glutton for punishment, you can follow King Tufficult on Twitter @KingTufficult.