I had the pleasure of interviewing Helene Elliott on September 19 of last year. If you have not read it, you are missing out. My goal then was to get to know the experienced and decorated L.A. Times Sports Columnist… Read More ›
I had to wait until the shock wore off before I posted this. We are told Doughty’s agents, Don Meehan and Mark Guy, have the LA Kings’ most recent offer. From what we are told, this may do it although, as of right now,… Read More ›
I am writing this on the run so time is short but I heard Matt Barry has tweeted: “7 years for Doughty is what I am hearing.” I don’t believe he has offered any other details as I write this… Read More ›
After Shea Weber’s arbitration award of $7.5 million came down, I wrote the following in an August 3 article entitled Shea Weber, Drew Doughty & Market Value: Shea Weber received an award of $7.5 million for one season. That makes him… Read More ›
Lombardi And Drew Doughty’s Agent Set The Parameters On His Deal Two Weeks Ago? That Sounds Familiar, Doesn’t It?
On July 28, we told you the following about Drew Doughty’s contract status: Just heard from our source minutes ago. Are you excited? I am excited. The L.A. Kings and Drew Doughty may have an agreement in principle on a… Read More ›
I have written several articles about Drew Doughty’s contract negotiations. A common theme has been the premise that time favors Dean Lombardi and the Kings. Today, while engaging in some very early morning gardening (you laugh and you’re dead), I… Read More ›
One kid who impressed Dean Lombardi at development camp was Andy Andreoff, a 6 foot tall, 185 pound center who plays a nice two-way game and has that “Clifford” edge about him. While he is still young and probably not… Read More ›