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Scott Hartnell is a Columbus Blue Jacket. Philly traded him there in exchange for R.J. Umberger. I think there may be a pick involved. A former Flyer goes to the Blue Jackets…hmm…where have I heard this before? Does that make… Read More ›
File this under, what the fuck? I won’t share any of it with you…you have to watch it to enjoy it. I am guessing the truth of these videos finally caused the cops to snap… Stick tap to our reader,… Read More ›
James Neal assault on Twitter
One of the best hockey fights I have ever witnessed. The Hockey Gods bless Joel Theriault and Gaby Roch.
Hooollllyyy shit. That was my first reaction when I read about this trade. The Blues gave up Halak, Stewart, a prospect and some picks to send a clear message to the Western Conference – go big or go home. Ryan… Read More ›
Jonathan Quick must have felt right at home. In fact, I wonder how many times he checked around to make sure he wasn’t back at Staples Center. A talented group of forwards that couldn’t finish. Stupid and untimely penalties by… Read More ›
Before the Olympics started, a friend asked my opinion of who would finish 1, 2 and 3. I asked him “am I answering with my head or heart?” “Both” he said. Head, I gave him Sweden for Gold, Canada for… Read More ›
As I sat in the car and drove with my family to other family’s homes, I thought about each of you dysfunctional and high-functional maniacs who have become part of our LA Kings community You visit here as if it… Read More ›
USA! USA! USA! Since we are on the subject… And… That’s enough for now.
From The Province, in an interesting article about Drew Doughty and his edgy play against the Canucks, Ryan Kesler was asked about our golden boy: “He’s fast and he has a skill level to make you pay if you make… Read More ›
The talking heads talk and everyone listens. But does anyone actually bother reading the rule book? I read on Twitter and throughout the Internet that the NHL and its Commissioner Gary Bettman simply do not have the discretion to suspend… Read More ›