I am finding this question asked a lot by fellow fans. Those who fall into the category of “die-hard” have observed that his skating stride looks very different than early in the season and have commented that he looks uncomfortable… Read More ›
The Kings have changed more than their on-ice product this season. They have made good PR and marketing moves by hiring a team beat writer (Rich Hammond), increasing the user friendliness of the website, lakings.com, and effectively marketing the team… Read More ›
It was an afternoon game and we all know what that means…or do we? The Kings came out full of piss and vinegar. They hit everything that wore white and red, number 8 included. In fact, kudos to the fan… Read More ›
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It’s official. Three more Los Angeles Kings are Olympians. Click on the link here.
This is the way to start a New Year’s celebration! Murray switched the lines around. Here is what we got. Smyth-Kopitar-Brown Parse-Richardson-Simmonds Frolov-Handzus-Segal Ivanans-Moller-Harrold The first three goals were classic Ryan Smyth goals…except the first one was scored by Brad… Read More ›
For any of you that expected the road to the playoffs and beyond to be without bumps, bruises, and broken bones, you should take a good hard look at past Stanley Cup champions and the roads each of them traveled… Read More ›
The good news. The heart and soul of this team, in Ryan Smyth and Wayne Simmonds (in that order) were back. More good news. Jack Johnson was also back. Bad news. The Kings couldn’t get their game on track and… Read More ›
Merry Christmas… Happy Hanukkah… And the best of holidays to you and yours!
Our enigma wrapped in a paradox at left wing, Alexander Frolov, has not been named to Team Russia’s 2010 Olympic Roster. Frolov played for Russia at the last winter Olympics in 2006 before suffering a partially separated shoulder early in… Read More ›