Kings coach Terry Murray told this to Rich Hammond about the potential return of Ted Purcell: “There’s a potential that he could go in. I’ve got to think about that. We’re looking for some power-play creativity. He can bring that…. Read More ›
Some games leave you speechless and shaking your head, especially when a victory would have landed the Kings in 6th place and created more space between teams in pursuit. You look at the goaltending and shrug your shoulders. You recall… Read More ›
Purcell for a 3rd through 5th rounder before the deadline? …or is it still a “package”?
Wait a second…I’m still enjoying this…yeah. Feels good. So, before tonight’s game I spoke with a good friend (with the only unfortunate handicap of being a Ducks fan) and I told him I hope he enjoys the Kings’ 7-0 victory… Read More ›
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Here is the link to the podcast. Dean talks of Doughty’s play and potential, Jonathan Quick’s swagger, how close Bernier is to the NHL, the surprise that is Zatkoff, the goaltending evolution, and Cinderella.
Here is an excellent summary. Incidentally, Burrows was fined $2,500.00. No word yet on Auger.
10. The snow job. Right and left wing rush the net from their respective positions. Each comes to a hard stop and sprays ice (snow) on the goalie. Shot from the point while goaltender is temporarily blinded. Most effective on… Read More ›
If I were going to advocate to Dean Lombardi the need for a pure goal scorer, the last three games would be exhibits 1, 2 and 3, respectively. The Sharks came out like they usually do – skating hard and… Read More ›