Dmitry Chesnokov asked Andrei Loktionov why he thought he was sent to the AHL. Lokti’s reply: “I don’t know,” We do. Lokti plays too cute of a game. Hockey is played along the boards. We call them the half boards but… Read More ›
No goals. Few scoring chances. Even less passes that connected. Too little, both early and late. I sure am glad Terry Murray benched Andrei Loktionov and shuffled the lines again. I am certain Lokti’s passing ability, penchant for getting open… Read More ›
Here are the offensive zone stats against the Coyotes for Thursday, January 20. First period: Y, X, X, X, Y, X, X, X, Y, Y, Y, X, X, Y, Y, X, X, X, X, Y, Y, X, X, X 24… Read More ›
Wow. Just wow. The day after Terry Murray tells us that he is going to try Ponikarovsky on the first line in search of the mystical click, he changes his mind and scratches Poni. Just when I thought this insanity with the… Read More ›
The Kings have a problem. It’s the good kind. There are too many solid young players looking to break into the club but not enough roster spots. For Clifford and Schenn, the game to game clock is ticking. Clifford is… Read More ›
Video and photos from Bailey’s hilarity against the Cupcakes. Our impressions of Matty Norstrom’s night of love and appreciation; and A look at our kids at forward, Clifford, Schenn and Loktionov. Who should stay or go after 9 games?
Kasey Spatz was at it again this morning at practice. Enjoy! That was just a small sample. Click here for the full gallery on Kasey’s flickr page. As always, we thank Kasey for sharing her work with us.
Kopitar with his first of the season. Loktionov with his first NHL goal. Bernier with his first win of 2010. Kings win 4-3 but lose Doughty to the dreaded upper body injury. He will steal your girlfriend in the middle… Read More ›
Sure enough, Coach Murray is going to give me a workout this year on that lineup card page. Rich Hammond posted new lines from practice today: Loktionov-Kopitar-Brown Smyth-Stoll-Williams Ponikarovsky-Handzus-Stoll No definable 4th line. We’ll go ahead and assume the 2nd… Read More ›