Ben Bishop was just like many St. Louis Rams fans on Tuesday -- unhappy.
In particular, he is unhappy with Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who is moving the NFL team Bishop grew up rooting for far away after more than 20 years in St. Louis.
As goalie of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Bishop was able to stick it to Kroenke on Tuesday night by making 21 saves during a 4-0 shutout of the Colorado Avalanche, which is also owned by the Kroenke family.
Bishop might have been the only person able to take out his frustration in such a manner, but he definitely wasn't the only one talking about the Rams' move to L.A. on social media. Legendary Los Angeles Rams running back Eric Dickerson wasted little time in expressing his excitement.
Isaac Bruce and Marshall Faulk -- two key members of the 1999 St. Louis Rams team that won the Super Bowl -- made sure to pay their respects to the city that long served as the franchise's home.
Several current members of the Rams will be playing for a new city for the first time in their NFL careers. They made sure to send love out to St. Louis.
If the Coliseum ends up being the Rams' temporary home, safety T.J. McDonald should be able to help his teammates find their way around the place.
And speaking of USC ...