By Surly Jacob. Tonight at Madison Square Garden two big talents with two sensitive groin muscles square off as Alexander Frolov and the Los Angeles Kings take on Marian Gaborik’s New York Rangers. Frolov, who historically has had at least… Read More ›
I have never heard Raitis Ivanans speak a word. I have never read a single interview with him. I am not certain he actually talks. Nearly every photograph of him displays an angry scowl or mid fight action in which… Read More ›
Bob Miller turned 71 today. How hasn’t aged in the past 26 years he has been with the Kings. Legend. Hero. Icon. He is the Godfather of all Kings fans. May you live to be a healthy 100.
So, have you noticed something interesting in the past four games? I am not referring to the Kings’ color commentator Jim Fox’s new suits nor Heidi Androl shining sexier than last season. I most certainly am not writing about the… Read More ›
The Los Angeles Kings hope to add to a two-game winning streak tonight in their first road game of the season against the St. Louis Blues. So far, the Kings rank at the top of the league in goals scorer,… Read More ›
For most hockey players, the games start after the national anthem is sung (or, hopefully for not much longer, God Bless America); usually around 7:35pm. For one player, the game starts much earlier than that. Last night I finally managed… Read More ›
Kopitar to Smyth. Smyth to Kopitar. Goal horns. Cheers. Domination. Destruction. The Los Angeles Kings’ wiped the ice with the Minnesota Wild tonight, doubling up on goals with a 6-3 win at Staples Center for the final game before a… Read More ›