Only three people in the entire Staples Center cheered as Henrik Sedin scored to finish a brutal sequence for the Los Angeles Kings. After getting elbowed in the nose by Henrik Sedin in the second period, Dustin Brown had a chance to get revenge in the third with a breakaway. Kevin Bieksa pulled Brown to the ice and Cory Schneider denied him on the penalty shot. Moments later, Sedin scored to extend Vancouver’s lead to 3-1. It was a pivotal sequence in the game and could be a turning point in the series.
Plenty joy and sorrow to go around for Kobe fans this season.
Roundup: Ben Bradlee Dies at 93, Ukraine Stadium Collapse Narrowly Misses Little Girl & Renee Zellweger Looks Different
Tough (fun?) week for sports fans: Monday Night Football, World Series, World Series, Thursday Night football.
“You know I love it.” – Erin Andrews
Cousins wasn’t very good and was the 10th highest scoring QB while he played. The opportunity is there.
World Series Photographer Captures Photo of Fan's Cellphone Taking Picture of Far Away Baseball Players
Also: blogger takes picture of computer.