Our own prodigy, Drew Doughty, has made the Canadian Olympic team. For the nhl.com report, click here. Here is Drew’s interview with Hammond. Question: What was your reaction this morning? DOUGHTY: “You know, I was pretty surprised. I knew I… 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 ›
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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 ›
Rich Hammond has reported that Superman Wayne Simmonds is back. Link here.
Check out our new poll on Anze Kopitar, the burning question on everyone’s hockey mind until Smyth returns!
The Kings came into the game tonight without the following players: Ryan Smyth. Jarret Stoll. Wayne Simmonds. Jack Johnson. What would these players mean to any good hockey team? A lot of missing talent. What does it mean to the… Read More ›
For parts of this game, the Kings resembled London during WWII between September 7, 1940 to May 10, 1941. Unlike the “blitz” however, the Kings had a secret weapon against the relentless bombing – a force field if you will… Read More ›
Kings Superman Wayne Simmonds underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his left knee Monday afternoon at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic. He is week to week, while the fans’ anxiety for his returns is daily.