I may be referring to the state of my equilibrium; the aftermath of the Kings’ convincing 4-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks involved many beers. I’m actually referring to what I’m about to do, which is make a tiny cut… Read More ›
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On Friday I rather emphatically stated that Justin Williams would start the season as the Kings’ first line right winger. Less than 24 hours later, Terry Murray displayed the actual first line for the Kings at training camp, and Justin… Read More ›
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with and interviewing Hockey Hall of Fame journalist and the writer of everything puck, Helene Elliott. For those living in a dark cave within the bosom of Nova Scotia (or the Valley) and unfamiliar… Read More ›
Our coach, Terry Murray, wants more puck possession. I love it. He wants speed through the neutral zone and across the blue line. I couldn’t agree more. Sure as hell was missing that with a dump and chase game. He… Read More ›
It’s official. Three more Los Angeles Kings are Olympians. Click on the link here.
We fans know what we are talking about…sometimes. So, a few of us have wondered why Williams (who most of us like) plays the point on the powerplay. It exposed us defensively and we weren’t sure about his shot from… Read More ›
We panicked. We complained. We self loathed like a Jew sneaking a pig in a blanket at a Yom Kippur service. Then the Kings told the fans in so many plays to shut the hell up. While the fans may… Read More ›