Rich Hammond has moved on. He will no longer work for the L.A. Kings. He has accepted a position with the O.C. Register to cover the USC Trojans. We wish Rich the best. John Hoven. We know him as the… Read More ›
When I saw it, I gasped. Something about the pictures caused me to re-live it again. I have heard people use the words, “surreal”, “unbelievable” and “incredible.” I have heard the media utter, “improbable” and “unthinkable.” I heard one person… Read More ›
I sat down a few nights ago and watched game 6 from beginning to end…for the 24th time. It was the first time I didn’t cry at the end (what a pussy, right?) although my eyes welled up a little… Read More ›
…6 years at what is speculated to be 4 million per season. He still has a year left on his current contract which is under a 2 million dollar cap hit. Wayne Simmonds, aka Superman, was a fan favorite. He… Read More ›
The expression “you can’t please everybody” sure as hell applies when you win the Stanley Cup. First, some chick gets hell-bent out of shape on Twitter with Dustin Brown so I step in and give her a rash of shit… Read More ›
Surly and I have talked about this topic a few times though we haven’t discussed it for a while – been busy with the whole we are the Stanley Cup Champions thing. Today, I read a comment on Hammond’s site… Read More ›
It’s weird being an L.A. Kings fan these days. Last summer, when I thought about labor unrest and a lockout, I cursed under my breath at Bettman and the league. I asked myself questions such as, “do these jack asses… Read More ›
Courtesy of our reader, Nicolas.
That is according to Jeremy Rutherford. Davis Payne was the Blues coach from 2010 until he was fired and replaced by Ken Hitchcock, the latter of whom has dingle-berries with which Surly is obsessed. Davis Payne took over the Blues’… Read More ›
Our reader and friend, Paul of 28 Media brings you all 16 L.A. Kings game winning goals from the Stanley Cup playoffs. Enjoy.