It happened in the Dallas game. Sudden. Unexpected. Consistent since that night. Kyle Clifford looked as comfortable and fluid in his skating, defensive zone coverage, hitting and decisions as he has always been punching opponents. If Kyle develops an offensive… 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 ›
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.
The 23 man 2010-2011 Los Angeles Kings roster is set. It includes Kyle Clifford, Brayden Schenn, Trevor Lewis and Andrei Loktionov. With Scott Parse looking like he is heading to the IR for a time, Brad Richardson will maintain his… Read More ›
…about 5 minutes ago. Then it seemed so obvious. I went through this analysis. The first line is set. Kopitar centers Brown and Smyth. The third line is set. Handzus centers Simmonds and Poni. The second line may be set… Read More ›
We’ve been up, down and through the top 9 forwards for the Kings in detail. There are some new looks but the overall make-up is fairly similar to last season, save for the addition of Alexei Ponikarovsky and some new… Read More ›