An Avalanche Of Suck – Kings Lose 3-1

Bobby just had to stress regulation. “We must win in regulation!” he cried in a post that saw him forget how the hockey gods work.

Instead the Kings lost in regulation for just the second time under Darryl Sutter, once again managing just a single measly goal for the second consecutive game. It wasn’t pretty and Jonathan Quick’s only birthday surprise was 2 minutes added to his penalty record.

One could say that the lack of offense killed the Kings once again, nothing new for this season. They did after all control their fair share of the game if we just forget the first period ever happened. Had they not been unwillingly to shoot on a late third period powerpla… Sorry, boob, perhaps this game goes to overtime tied 2-2. One could just say J.S. Giguere was on point tonight, which he was, suffocating chances in that tiresome style of boring play with which we are all too familiar. One could also say energy was an issue, as Jim Fox repeatedly did during the telecast. One probably should say that.

But I prefer to say that sloppy play in the defensive zone did the Kings in tonight much like it did against Calgary on Thursday. Limp wrists led to limp dicks. An inability to put that extra little zip on the puck at the end of a pass or a dump down the ice caused ample turnovers. The Colorado Avalanche raised no objections.

I’m not going to harp on any one player. This was a team loss. Nevermind, I want to harp on Jarret Stoll. I was so happy in the third period when Sutter demonstrated a coaching style that we rarely saw under Murray. Being useless on the ice leads to seeing the ice less and accordingly Sutter put Stoll on the third line. Huzzah!. Loktionov, who wasn’t fantastic but was certainly better than pointless got bumped up to play with Richards and Penner. So imagine my chagrin when on the Kings late boob I see Stoll skating with Richards and Penner once again. The boob did nothing but suck the energy out of the Kings bench and the building and Stoll, in the biggest impact he would have all night, took a high sticking penalty.

Should I also harp on Quick? Perhaps, but he slashed Daniel Winnik really hard, and while it was blatantly stupid, it was also highly amusing. Winnik deserved it, fuck him. None of the goals he gave up were particularly soft, though he probably should have come out to the top of the crease on the third goal and in retrospect a poke check was the wrong move against Cody McLeod’s breakaway. By no means Quick’s best effort, and Giguere outplayed him, but this game wasn’t lost on goaltending. It just didn’t help matters at all.

Hey! Let’s talk about the positives.

The first line still looked strong. Kopi was pretty awesome. Also, I got to see Heidi Androl and she was as pleasant at ever to gaze upon. That now concludes the evening’s positives.

The fourth line was OK in what few shifts they seemed to get. Though I still don’t know what Hunter does on this team.

Truly the best thing I can say about this game is that if Brown’s redirection off Kopi’s brilliant pass in the third goes two inches to the right, we probably at least get another point. But you make your own luck. You play like morons you don’t deserve luck.

Did Drew Doughty play?

Hey Lombardi, time to get Loki and Richards some wingers.



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27 replies

  1. Geez, I don’t remember Doughty’s name being mentioned at all during the game. Not good for the 7 million dollar man.

  2. This team is just boring. If I wanted to watch the Nashville Predators lose, I would watch the Nashville Predators until they lost. Kopitar is a huge body with good balance and reach who plays a smart defensive game and protects the puck well below the goal line, but there is no flash to his game, no flair, nothing magical to take you out of your seat, hes not talented enough to take games over unless its by slowly and steadying wearing teams down with puck possession down low, which is not flashy either. Hes Joe Thornton where the Kings need Evgeni Malkin.

    Most the rest of the team is similar. Which forward is going to make an end-to-end rush and single handedly tie the game with amazing skill? No one. No one. This is just a team of boring two-way duds who only have value because they’ve been taught how to always “get the puck deep” responsibly. Responsible play only gets you so far without talent. Wake me up when Dean Lombardi trades for a star. Not Kopitar, or Mike Richards, a real star.

  3. Drew Doughty was off. Let me rephrase. He was shit. The defense in general was not great and on that third goal, I literally started laughing out loud. Landeskog could have pulled up a chair and rested for about 3 seconds before he took that shot he was so open…at the fucking hash marks. I think he snuck in behind Lewis or Richards but where the fuck were the D? Where was Drew? I think Scuderi had his man but I can’t be sure because the replays at Staples didn’t show the play develop.

    I didn’t like much of anything Quick did tonight. He was reacting poorly to pucks around him, giving up rebounds, just his entire body language was meh. Still though, one fucking goal. One. How many times does Quick have to lose games where the team gives him one.

    Jarret Stoll won’t be a King by March 1. His entire season has been garbage but for faceoffs. I know he gets the shut down role but he also gets PP time AND when scoring opportunities have been on his stick, he has failed.

    I have seen the team I saw tonight – it was the Terry Murray era Kings, circa 2011.

    Side note, give it to the Avalanche. They have a 5 man attack and had us on our heels all game until the 3rd when they went into a shell and we STILL could not score.

    • Drew Doughty was off. Let me rephrase. He was shit.

      … Of the defensemen, who was better than Doughty last night? Here’s a hint – nobody. It wasn’t Greene or Mitchell, who got used on McLeod’s goal. It wasn’t Johnson, who got used on Mueller’s goal.

      Landeskog could have pulled up a chair and rested for about 3 seconds before he took that shot he was so open…at the fucking hash marks. I think he snuck in behind Lewis or Richards but where the fuck were the D?

      … Scuderi was with Stastny and tried to get a stick on the cross pass, but Paul got it through. Doughty was checking Quincey, who had crept up from the point, as team are wont to do on the PP to create a man advantage down low. This calls for one or both of the PK forwards to collapse, but neither of them did. After Landeskog scored the goal, we saw the Darling of Los Angeles, Mike Richards, just come gliding in. Thanks for showing up, Mike! Maybe some guys were tired? Or maybe some guys looked like they’d given up on the game?

      I didn’t like much of anything Quick did tonight. He was reacting poorly to pucks around him, giving up rebounds, just his entire body language was meh.

      … I didn’t like it, either. I don’t see him starting the next game. Bernier will get it, as it’s against an Eastern team. I would say this might be a window to good things for Bernier if he were to play well, but we all know he’ll never get a fair shot here.

      How many times does Quick have to lose games where the team gives him one

      … Let’s all cry. Quick has no right to be pissy this season. The Kings carried him two seasons ago when he was crap, and last season Quick was average. It’s a perfect illustration of why rating goalies by W-L record is so flawed. Quick is ten times the goalie he was two seasons ago, when everyone was like “OMG look at the winz!!” and overrated him. God forbid he has to carry more of the load this season. It’s not like the Kings being a defense-first squad is anything new, here. His little slash at the end of the game was stupid and immature. Just play and suck it up.

      Jarret Stoll won’t be a King by March 1. His entire season has been garbage but for faceoffs … when scoring opportunities have been on his stick, he has failed.

      … He’s failed on quite a few, like just about everyone else on the team has. Don’t see the need to single him out. I thought Stoll’s line got a bad break with a quick whistle late in the game on a nice chance. Hard to blame anyone on the line for that one.

      And, if you kick him to the curb, who do you replace him with? Loktionov, who hasn’t been scoring and hasn’t won faceoffs? Lewis, who hasn’t been scoring and hasn’t won faceoffs? Are you gonna bump up Fraser? He’s been a real scorer, too – tied in points with noted offensive wizard Kevin Westgarth despite playing in 14 more games. Fraser also sucks on the draw.

      Be careful what you wish for. You might get it.

      I have seen the team I saw tonight – it was the Terry Murray era Kings, circa 2011.

      … Oh, that’s nice. So, let me get this straight – when the Kings win, Sutter gets the credit, but when the Kings lose, Murray gets the blame? Must be nice and convenient to have it both ways.

      Side note, give it to the Avalanche.

      … The Kings (and a lot of their fans, from what I’ve seen) had better stop taking Colorado lightly, because the Avs obviously have been able to give the Kings fits all season. Sometimes, matchups between teams work like that. The Kings can’t afford to overlook anyone. They don’t have enough margin for error to do that. How much longer are they going to bullshit themselves? They have to scrap for everything, and they damn well should have known that at the beginning of the season. They don’t have enough talent to take ANY teams for granted.

      • … Of the defensemen, who was better than Doughty last night? Here’s a hint – nobody. It wasn’t Greene or Mitchell, who got used on McLeod’s goal. It wasn’t Johnson, who got used on Mueller’s goal.

        Scuderi. Voynov. Neither Greene or Mitchell got owned in my opinion but I didn’t see it on TV. That goal was Quick fucking up the poke check from my angle. You saw something different? Or are you referring to the fact McLeod even got his stick on the puck?

        … Scuderi was with Stastny and tried to get a stick on the cross pass, but Paul got it through. Doughty was checking Quincey, who had crept up from the point, as team are wont to do on the PP to create a man advantage down low. This calls for one or both of the PK forwards to collapse, but neither of them did. After Landeskog scored the goal, we saw the Darling of Los Angeles, Mike Richards, just come gliding in. Thanks for showing up, Mike! Maybe some guys were tired? Or maybe some guys looked like they’d given up on the game?

        You could be right. Not sure about Doughty checking Quincey though or Scuderi with Stastny. We play a box on D. Our defensemen don’t rove in the D zone.

        … I didn’t like it, either. I don’t see him starting the next game. Bernier will get it, as it’s against an Eastern team. I would say this might be a window to good things for Bernier if he were to play well, but we all know he’ll never get a fair shot here.

        Funny you wrote that. I have an article set to publish in about 15 minutes that I wrote last night.

        … Let’s all cry. Quick has no right to be pissy this season. The Kings carried him two seasons ago when he was crap, and last season Quick was average. It’s a perfect illustration of why rating goalies by W-L record is so flawed. Quick is ten times the goalie he was two seasons ago, when everyone was like “OMG look at the winz!!” and overrated him. God forbid he has to carry more of the load this season. It’s not like the Kings being a defense-first squad is anything new, here. His little slash at the end of the game was stupid and immature. Just play and suck it up.

        In fairness to Quick, he is not crying about it, we are. Quick has consistently been the team player. Gives credit to the team when we win. Blames himself when we lose. This is your Quick bias (a little of it) coming through although you have gotten much better at acknowledging his play.

        He’s failed on quite a few, like just about everyone else on the team has. Don’t see the need to single him out. I thought Stoll’s line got a bad break with a quick whistle late in the game on a nice chance. Hard to blame anyone on the line for that one.
        And, if you kick him to the curb, who do you replace him with? Loktionov, who hasn’t been scoring and hasn’t won faceoffs? Lewis, who hasn’t been scoring and hasn’t won faceoffs? Are you gonna bump up Fraser? He’s been a real scorer, too – tied in points with noted offensive wizard Kevin Westgarth despite playing in 14 more games. Fraser also sucks on the draw.

        Be careful what you wish for. You might get it.

        You make a good point but I’m not sweating missing his faceoff percentage right now. I am sweating the fact he can’t finish and he and Penner are dragging that line down. Richards needs a winger. I know you don’t care for him but I saw Richards working hard to create O last night while Stoll was just awful. Also, was last night one of Penner’s worse games?

        … Oh, that’s nice. So, let me get this straight – when the Kings win, Sutter gets the credit, but when the Kings lose, Murray gets the blame? Must be nice and convenient to have it both ways.

        Now, you’re just being silly. Who blamed Murray? The team played like shit. Stating that their play resembled their play of old under Murray was my observation of their O zone forecheck, to name one factor. This didn’t look like the team I have seen for the past 3 weeks.

        • Scuderi. Voynov.

          … Doughty had a better game than Scuderi. Voynov struggled last night.

          Or are you referring to the fact McLeod even got his stick on the puck?

          … Right. He got a breakaway. Yes, Quick didn’t do himself any favors but the D has to be more alert.

          In fairness to Quick, he is not crying about it, we are.

          … I saw the slash at the end of the game as him getting pissy. I didn’t like it and if anyone else (especially Doughty) had done that, this place would have been all over him.

          I am sweating the fact he can’t finish and he and Penner are dragging that line down. Richards needs a winger.

          … They’re ALL dragging it down. And if Richards was the best player in Hockey History as so many seem to say he is, why can’t he elevate the play of his linemates?

          I know you don’t care for him

          … I just don’t overrate him. He is what he is.

          This didn’t look like the team I have seen for the past 3 weeks.

          … Disagree. They got beat by the same damn team in the same damn way at the beginning of this month. They got shut down by Winnipeg, who doesn’t shut down anyone (except the Kings, of course). They had some good offensive games, but they’re consistently inconsistent – just as they were in the early part of the season. Very little has changed.

          • Regarding McLeod’s breakaway, this goal was Loki and Lewis’ fault. The D needed to change and Loki had the puck near the Avs blue line with Lewis encroaching. This was the classic example of a limp wrist play. Loki puts a weak backhand on the puck an it doesn’t go deep. Lewis can’t tie up the Av Dman who stops the puck inside his own blue line and breaks out McLeod while our D is changing. Not the Ds fault really since we had possession and you HAVE to get that puck deep.

            As for the slash, did you not see Winnik blatantly clip Quick jus before that. Quic took a step outside his crease looking at the puck an with his back turned to Winnik, who had ample time to take a step I his right, Winnik clips Quick with his left leg and sends Quick spinning. Was it the smartest thing to slash him like that? No, retaliation always gets called, but the game was already lost by then and Quick vented frustration on Winnik. We’ve Gotten on Doughty before for the same kind of play, usually an overly aggressive crosscheck, because those plays have come at crucial points of a hockey game. Not with a minute thirty left just after the Kings have utterly shoved their own foot up their ass with a terrible power play that they couldn’t even finish because of a dumb penalty followed up by the back breaker goal against. So was Quick frustrated? Yes. Was it purely because of being pissy about the teams play? No, Winnik deserved it. Is it in any way comparable to similar penalties of frustration Doughty has taken? Not in any meaningful way, no.

            As for Richards, well your hyperbole falls on deals ears.

      • Stoll is an ineffective player, and has been ineffective for a long time. He’s easily neutralized. I don’t think there are many 4th liners who can’t keep up with him. He just doesn’t have many gifts, imo. He can barely stickhandle around a stationary player ferchristsakes. He skates funny, and isn’t terribly fast nor does he have good acceleration or deceptive speed. He doesn’t have good offensive instincts and can’t cycle worth shit. I’m not sure why he is given PP time when all he can do is shoot and even then he puts too much on it instead of controlling it. And he isn’t going to develop much further, so he is what he is. Can you tell I really don’t like his play?

        He’s pretty much only an NHL’er because he can take faceoffs, owns in the shootout and doesn’t make many stupid mistakes defensively, imo. Don’t think he will be in the NHL for many more seasons unless he improves considerably (and gain some gotdamn muscular weight ferchrissakes, no one cares how cut you are).

        I wish we would have traded him away last season while he had some value. I wish we would all stop kidding ourselves so often thinking we had a real shot at the cup, and accept that it would take a few more years to truly compete for it. When you think you’re closer than you really are, you make shortsighted moves to attain players that will help you only in the short term. I think the lack of good picks the last draft and next draft will really end up hurting this organization.

        • Listen Bob. Any hockey player that can pull Rod Stewart’s ex missus deserves to be an nhl’er, don’t you agree?

  4. I should say, a real game breaker. Kopitar IS a star just by virtue of the things he does excel at, but he’s not a gamebreaker. The Kings have no one who, when they’re trailing 2-1 with 10 minutes left, you look to to score the tying goal, who can do it by himself. Someone who can take over games with dynamic ability and speed and overall skill, think Evgeni Malkin, Giroux, Kovalchuk at his best, Stamkos, or a cheaper version would be Phil Kessel at least in terms of his talent. Even a Patrick Sharp type, just someone with dynamic skill who can make plays through the neutral zone and off the rush in addition to behind the net and along the boards. Someone who has the skill to deviate from the plan a little bit if need be and create something.

    • You are talking about super star sniping ability. Teams generally don’t trade those to other teams. You have to draft and develop those.

      • Dean could have just given Gaborik the 5 years and he would be in LA.

        Dean could have just given Simmonds to Atlanta and Kovalchuk would be in LA.

      • Dean doesn’t tend to draft or develop those. Hopefully Toffoli will prove me wrong. But even if he does, will that be in three or four years on a team that still has Kopi and Quick?

      • I know why the Kings dont have one, and I know its unlikely they will get one now. Like you said, if your GM is too incompetent to draft his own top sniper, you’re probably fucked. So, the Kings are probably fucked. But I can hope they acquire someone nevertheless. Do I expect it? No. But Dean is in a position where he better figure it the hell out, whether it’s easy or not. Someone is out there. #1 dmen, 50 goal scorers, 100 point centers with size, and all-star puck moving defenseman dont get moved either, yet Doug Wilson traded for all four of those things since taking over as GM of the Sharks. Thornton, Heatley, Dan Boyle, and Brent Burns. Doug Wilson, like Lombardi, always sucked at drafting his own elite talent, like true top pairing dmen or top line forwards, but he drafted enough 2nd-3rd line tweeners that he could package them for the elite talent he sucked at drafting over and over again.

        I mean when you look at what he’s manufactured out of almost thin air, getting those four all stars for what, nothing, nothing you lament losing, really, it’s remarkable.

        If he can do it, Dean should be held to the same standard. I know its a sore subject for Kings fans, but I still contend the Kings should have signed Kovalchuk. I dont get how they werent willing to up the offer to 100 million for a 27 or so year old Kovalchuk, but were willing to offer the moon for the older and inferior Brad Richards. Well, I do get it, Richards is canadian, Kovalchuk is russian.

        Except the only one you actually had a shot at getting was Kovalchuk. Richards was never coming to LA anyway. There was one top guy who wanted to come here, he always happens to be the most talented, least injury prone, and (tied for) the youngest of the three guys Lombardi “wanted” in Richards, Kovalchuk, and Gaborik, and the one who would have best filled the Kings need of a dynamic top line sniper to work with Kopitar (or now Richards).

        Because it’s like you said, these guys are rare. The Kings had a real shot at Kovalchuk, probably the only real shot they will get a chance at a sniper of that calibre in who knows how long (aside from Parise, assuming hed want to come to LA), and thats why they should have taken it.

        I mean you can lament Kovalchuk’s imperfections, and that he’s not Sidney Crosby or Jonathan Toews, or face reality, that while not the perfect situation, it was the best situation the Kings were going to get since they didnt draft their own elite sniper. When you dont draft your own, your options for getting one are extremely limited. Beggars cant be choosers. Kovalchuk is in the range of being tied with the likes of Ovechkin, Malkin, and Crosby for the league’s most talented goal scorer. In terms of speed, skating, stickhandling, shooting, you dont get much more talented than Kovalchuk. And that was enough for me. I would have been happy with that.

        But the kings didnt do it. No use dwelling on it. But they have to do something.

        Also, on Penner, cant they get any more out of this guy? They traded for him, its done, I wish they could make the best of it and get something out of him. Reminds me of Brad Winchester. He was useless last year in Anaheim, but hes having a great year in SJ because theyre using him to his strengths. They put him with two other forwards who are also really big, and they just throw the puck behind the net and let Brad Winchester shield the puck and try ten wraparounds every game while defenseman are helplessly draped on his back.

        Couldnt something similar work for Penner? Of course hell be useless when you have no gameplan. you have to utilize his strengths. You have to tell him where you want him to work, (along the boards), and get him the puck there, and go to work. Hes a power forward, but the Kings arent using him like one.

  5. Wow I hope we don’t meet this team in the playoffs. Out skated, out hustled, out played basically the entire game. Sloppy is a great word to describe the effort tonight. A game that I’d like to forget as soon as possible. Shitty effort. Avs skated circles around them. Must be nice to have all that youth behind them skating up their asses at will. Shitty ass game.

    • And they are missing their best player, Duchene.

      • Yeah…. well that’s good. I notice you seem to be rather laying off of DL lately and more about the X’s and O’s and specific players.

        Remember the old slogan from the political campaign of four years ago… you put lipstick on a pig?

        Winning culture? That was DL’s thing. If you have anything even remotely resembling that you don’t get schooled twice at home by the Avs, and shutout by both Edmonton and CBJ.

  6. I wouldn’t Blame Quick if he cussed everyone out in the locker room because the Kings aren’t supportive due to their lack of goals. He won’t say anything but they know it.

  7. I can’t disagree with the overall tone of negativity, in the article and from the comments. What a bad game. The team was just flat. Even though Greene said in the pre-game interview that the team was rested and ready, I still think the 5 games in 8 days caught up with them, that being the league leader in hits caught up with them, and that their habituated tendencies caught up with them.

    This was a cycle on the perimeter game, meant to wear down the opposition. It wore us down, instead. I sit and watch and often wonder what we are missing, why so few goals, why such a lousy power play. Then I see some Avalanche guy skating diagonally thru the box on a power play, coming down and thru from the point towards the far post, and miraculously he not only scored a goal but he also survived. He didn’t get vaporized, no hockey god struck him with lightning, he didn’t get lost in a maze, he wasn’t benched or shot by a sniper or anything. Turns out it’s permissible and productive; who knew.

    • Love your posts X. Check out what I had said below. It’s like….. DL doesn’t seem to like these ‘fancy pants’ players. No skating creatively in the ‘o’ zone for him. Hey, it’s his prerogative. I mean, he’s the GM. We aren’t. That’s why the Avs GM likes a guy like that. DL likes Cliffy. Nothin wrong w Cliffy. But also, don’t be surprised that your good on the PK (usually) and poor on the PP an d5-on-5.

      That’s exactly how this team has been designed and he’s succeeded in getting that. They’re really good defensively. Unfortunately that alone isn’t gonna win you hockey games.

  8. This is a fun post today.
    Surly, Great Job!! You’re a lot like South Park. Please, let me explain. I watched it in the early days, and it wasn’t (for me) the OTT overt stuff that made me laugh. It was just the little subtle phrases that had me rolling on the floor.

    Example: ‘Hey! Let’s talk about the positives.

    The first line still looked strong. Kopi was pretty awesome. Also, I got to see Heidi Androl and she was as pleasant at ever to gaze upon. That now concludes the evening’s positives.’

    Great stuff Surly! Keep it up.

    And Bobby, you were set up for a good one here too: ‘ I think he snuck in behind Lewis or Richards but where the fuck were the D? Where was Drew?’
    Where was he? Partying? Thinkin about some….. nevermind. I won’t go there.

    But one person has been spared in your posts. So I’ll go there again in my follow up.

  9. DL – DL – DL

    Hey, let’s get down to it guys. As an architect he’s no Frank Lloyd Wright, as a designer no Frederick Eames.

    Me, I’m certainly no stat master. But here are a few stats to get your heads around.
    Chicago has forty goals between two wingers. Vancouver has thirty eight goals between two wingers. The Bruins have forty nine between three. San Jose forty three between three wings plus Couture’s twenty. Even St. Louis has thhirty seven between three wingers.

    The Kings have a massive thirty five between six: Dustin Dustin Simon Justin Trent and Richie. Oh, if I add Clifford that would bring it up to thirty eight, but that would be seven wingers. Who does that come down to? The first d, last d and everything in between d GM. It’s going on six years guys. When exactly do we get some wingers?

    Also, if as some have said based on last night that maybe the Kings have trouble resigning Quick, then another brilliant mismanagement of assets. Then they are no longer in a position to trade a goaltender for a forward. Obviously a bit early to suggest that that may happen, but as for Quick being in the worst possible position to sign…. if you happen to be the GM….. it could be DD0.2

    • Thanks for the complimetn, Drew…I like this post of yours, also, it has evoked some thoughts, might be enough for an article.
      Good points, here, and good use of stats.

      • Thanks man. Oh, btw, I saw your article on DD and the little disagreement you had w certain posters.
        Personally I have to agree with you.

        One does expect one’s highest paid players to be game changers, and Doughty has not been that if we’re being honest. He has at times this year been a real good dman, but that isn’t what he is supposed to be. He’s supposed to be at least on rare occasions a game changer… and I haven’t seen that this year or last very much.

        True though what DS says on LAKI, that he is still very young and will certainly develop, but I add to that that it will take discipline and desire on his part. If he brings those two elements to the party then it’ll happen.
        If he doesn’t then it isn’t gonna happen by magic.

        • A mountain of potential buried under a cavalier attitude. It’s just not enough to only say you want to get better, it takes self-effacing appraisal and honest effort. Sometimes that means putting the giggles away and working yer ass off.

  10. Shit performance all the way around hey kings we are 0-2-1 against the avalanche now wake up boys. 1 point in last two games against weaker opponents and at home no less and we still can’t score more than 1 goal. Do you boys realize that a win would have temporallyove us into pacific div lead and put us third in conference. I expected a lot more effort, passion from you guys ! Need to bounce back against a very good Sens team tomorrow then you can get that ASB you seem to all need to get your heads out of your asses and work harder and hopefully start putting more pucks in the net

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