Today, March 3rd, 2010, the trade deadline and my birthday, the Kings’ gave my fellow fans and I a great gift. They used the deadline to make two trades, clearly with the playoffs heavily in mind, without giving up any… Read More ›
For the first two periods, the Kings looked like they were playing the Latvian woman’s hockey team with their goaltender Okrap Deyskoragen. Doughty, Frolov, Smyth and Stoll had their way with the defenders. Simmonds ran a night train on their… Read More ›
Because I’m excited. Kings’ hockey is back baby! Just a shade over 3 hours to go until the pucks drops on the rest of this magical ride of a season. Mr. Hammond posted some line combos: Smyth-Kopitar-Brown Frolov-Handzus-Stoll Clune-Richardson-Simmonds Ivanans-Cliche-Moller… Read More ›
Before some of you have a heart attack, I have not written that Raffi Torres has been traded to the Kings. He hasn’t and perhaps he won’t but as I look at available players, I keep coming back to him… Read More ›
Prior to the Olympic games, the International Ice Hockey Federation ranked the men’s top 3 Olympic hockey teams as Russia, Canada, and Sweden. But hockey is not played on paper and the IIHF’s experts cannot measure heart. Heart is why… Read More ›
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Just because his last name is Phaneuf? She did fall. I felt kind of bad, but not too bad. Her name is still Phaneuf, she had it coming. On a related note, I want a medal. Is 25 years old… Read More ›
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If you surf the web and read pre and post game discussions between US and Canada hockey fans on the Sunday preliminary round game, you would think that Americans and Canadians have been bitter enemies and in a long sustained… Read More ›