Bullet point time… The Kings’ defense did a much better job of gap control (the distance between our defense and their attacking forwards) and moved the puck quicker on transitions (the first pass and the speed of the forwards without… Read More ›
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The Kings deserve it. You may need it. Perhaps you have even come to appreciate the moments Surly or I have brought it.
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 ›
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 ›
It’s weird being an L.A. Kings fan these days. Last summer, when I thought about labor unrest and a lockout, I cursed under my breath at Bettman and the league. I asked myself questions such as, “do these jack asses… Read More ›
Courtesy of our reader, Nicolas.
Our reader and friend, Paul of 28 Media brings you all 16 L.A. Kings game winning goals from the Stanley Cup playoffs. Enjoy.
Drew Doughty has been found…actually he hasn’t been found of anything. The L.A. District Attorney’s Office has decided not to prosecute based on “insufficient evidence.” That’s good because prosecuting people for having consensual sex would leave a bad precedent and… Read More ›