Recently, I started using YouTube to keep up with Kings Vision's "Stanley Cup Moments" series. As is the way of YouTube, I usually wind up browsing for much longer than I'd intended to stay, drawn in by the allure of other videos that YouTube thinks would interest me. I'm sure many of you know how that works: "It's just a YouTube video. Only a few more minutes." Again and again and again and again, until several hours have gone by.
It has also been a great way to re-live last year's glory and a chance to view it from perspectives that I didn't get at the time. In that spirit, I'd like to point my fellow JftCers to one of the more interesting clips that I found, a Slovenian TV news feature on Anze Kopitar.
Granted, most of it is incomprehensible to me, since it's not subtitled in English. But I just found it interesting to hear Kopi speak his native tongue and to get a general sense of how his native country was acknowledging his success. To my mind, he was one of the coolest individual success stories from last year's team. As I posted in one of my comments, it gave me (and still gives me) the warm fuzzies to think of a town in Slovenia where people were celebrating in the streets in the wee hours of the morning.