I’ve almost recovered from Monday’s brutally heartbreaking loss to the Ottawa Senators. Almost. Having to watch NHL referee of suck Eric Furlatt miss things in front of his face while calling others he physically can’t see for another game is… Read More ›
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The following article is brought to you by our friends at The Athlete’s Matrix. Aaron Weinstein was kind enough to send me his article to share with our readers. The Athlete’s Matrix is a site dedicated to sports psychology. In… Read More ›
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.
You can’t win a race if you don’t cross the finish line. You can’t win hockey games unless you finish your chances. I believe it was Wayne Gretzky that once said you’ll always miss 100% of the shots you don’t… Read More ›
Here is the link to Bernier’s interview with NHL Home Ice.
We have the numbers. $2.5 million for two years. $975,000 in 2011-2012. $1.525 the following season. Cap hit = $1.25 million. After the 2012-2013 season. Bernier will remain a restricted free agent (RFA). Quick however (at a cap hit of… Read More ›
I read earlier today that our entire first line would be a healthy scratch tonight. My first thought – that’s interesting but why? My post game impression of the move? Smart. Stripping down the team to its naked core by… Read More ›
Here is how the Kings will skate tonight in the final preseason game against the birds: Ponikarovsky-Handzus-Simmonds Richardson-Stoll-Williams Clifford-Schenn-Westgarth Clune-Loktionov-Lewis Muzzin-Doughty Scuderi-Johnson Drewiske-Harrold Jonathan Bernier will be in net and will play the entire game. Notice something missing? Kopitar, Smyth… Read More ›
Goalies hold a special place with me. Most of us are crazy but given the choice there is no other position we would ever want to play. The goaltender’s relevance to the game is undeniable. It is the single most… Read More ›