It is very hard to find a little play with a big impact in a game where the Kings could not do the little things right. Even though there is nothing ‘little’ about him, Michal Handzus is one of the… Read More ›
Achoo. Excuse me. Or so goes the Los Angeles Kings’ locker room. Alexander Frolov, Teddy Purcell, Justin Williams and Brad Richardson apparently shared a toothbrush as they are all sick with some form of the flu. Whether it is a… Read More ›
If you can’t express your anger at the officiating through rage, express it through art. courtesy of Kurrilino of hfboards.
Check it out and tell us what you think? Do you have another answer?
Can you count how many Habs are on the ice? The officials missed this one as well. In fairness, until you reach 6 forwards and 4 defensemen on the ice for one team, it’s not really obvious. A special thanks… Read More ›
The loss last night to the New York Rangers can be explained with “you can’t win them all.” Tonight’s game doesn’t have that luxury. Reminiscent of game one against Phoenix, the Kings showed holes in nearly every aspect of their… Read More ›
Just had to post this video, because it is such a sweet little move. I’m sure you all noticed it during the telecast, but I thought it deserved some special recognition.
The Kings came into tonight’s game on a roll. Four straight wins. A first line that is one of the hottest in the league. Hard work from all four lines, a defense that has gelled and solid goaltending. Playing “their”… Read More ›
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 ›