Confidence. You don’t appreciate how important it is until you lose it. Once you do, doing the little things right, gaining and sustaining momentum and winning gets it back. Tonight was a game of little things that turned into a… Read More ›
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Bob Miller – He was Bob Miller. Classy, a consummate professional, missed his voice. Tim Leiweke – The guy is passionate. He wasn’t selling up there…well, not completely. You can tell he is a “fan”. Fault him if you must… Read More ›
Goaltender Jonathan Quick never complained while he carried the Kings on his back and became the most valuable player of their Stanley Cup championship run, but he paid a steep price for toting that heavy burden. A herniated disc that doctors didn’t immediately diagnose began pinching his sciatic… Read More ›
I sat down a few nights ago and watched game 6 from beginning to end…for the 24th time. It was the first time I didn’t cry at the end (what a pussy, right?) although my eyes welled up a little… Read More ›
Surly and I have talked about this topic a few times though we haven’t discussed it for a while – been busy with the whole we are the Stanley Cup Champions thing. Today, I read a comment on Hammond’s site… Read More ›
From our reader and good friend from Rising Sun Graphics.
Why do your emotions rise and fall with each win and loss? Why do you feel a personal connection with the L.A. Kings and its players? Why do you think about the team during your days and evenings? Why do… Read More ›
They all picked the Canucks to win. I will let the anger fester.
Here is the 3rd Surly & Scribe Show podcast we recorded immediately after the L.A. Kings vs. San Jose Sharks loss, the final game of the regular season. A few notes: 1. Surly’s mood changes will amuse. The fucker…you know… Read More ›
The NHL regrets to inform you that there has been a scheduling error. The playoffs start tonight. It is of no consequence what the Phoenix Coyotes do. They play a too little, too late “hot” Minnesota Wild team that skates… Read More ›
It’s not my custom to grab a beer once I get home at 11:45 after a game. Typically, I walk around the house, unwind and go to bed. Tonight, that won’t happen. I know I won’t have a voice tomorrow…. Read More ›