Congratulations to Brayden Schenn, the most valuable player of the 2011 World Junior Championship with a record tying 18 points. Way to go Brayden! …and congratulations to team Russia on the gold, especially our young stud in the making with… Read More ›
I asked a friend of the site who is at the World Junior Championships and comes with a wealth of hockey background, knowledge and contacts to give us an update and his observations on The Three Kings, Schenn, Kitsyn and… Read More ›
Congratulations to Brayden Schenn. Well deserved. “Hockey Canada has officially added Brayden Schenn to its world junior team selection-camp roster.” For the rest of the article, click on the TSN Article. Sitting on his butt waiting for Kings’ management to… Read More ›
Scott Parse is out for 3-4 months. He will have surgery to repair his hip labrum. I assume it’s a tear. Otherwise, I am not sure what the point of surgery may be. For those unfamiliar with this condition, it’s… Read More ›
You probably already know the crappy part. Willie Mitchell has a fractured wrist. Not expected back until early-mid December. Alexei Ponikarovsky broke a finger. Don’t plan on seeing him in a game until early December either. Well this sucks. Losing… 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.