I promise I’ll regain consciousness long enough to write a real article soon. I’m in a sort of deranged stasis until the parade. Or at least, that’s what I’ve been telling myself to excuse the fact that it’s 3am, 30+ hours after the Kings won the Cup and I haven’t stopped watching highlights and videos and reliving the night in my head. So much great stuff to take in, so many great moments to relive.

For now, here are some photos.

First some ‘official’ pics. I know you’ve seen these already, but these are some of my favorites and they can’t be seen enough.

Will you ever forget this?


Finally holding the Cup with the right people around him.


Polished silver never tasted so sweet.


Long time coming.


Seriously how cool is this?


Now some photos I took to capture the rapture. Forgive the fact that this is basically a teenage school girl photo diary. I couldn’t help it. If you have photos you took, either at home or at the game, please send them to me and I will add them to this thread. This can be the conglomerate fan photo page if you like, and I will make it a full time page if I get a bunch of emails. Send them surlyjacob@gmail.com.




Enjoying the sights after the crowds had dispersed.



Damn that hat is sexy.


And finally these are the photos that Chaz Curry took of me at The Faces of Los Angeles Kings Fans shoot in Long Beach on Sunday. He has been uploading them at the Facebook page for the event. They are turning out pretty badass. He is definitely planning another shoot for those who couldn’t make it. I will let you know when it is soon as I have the details, you should definitely go if you can make it.



And finally, a video you’ve probably seen, but one that is awesome. Wil Wheaton was filmed flipping out epically after the game.

And like I said, a real article soon, promise. But first the podcast will be up early tomorrow.

Hey guys…

The Kings won the Stanley Cup.

Reader Craig with Scribe before the game


Doublepeacesigns and papa doublepeacesigns


From LomitaKingsFan






From Ken – at the game with a friend and his son at home. Love this stuff!