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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 ›
Three of many gripes during Terry Murray’s era were: 1. Low percentage shots coupled with Terry Murray’s antiquated “shot mentality.” 2. Not enough low shots on goal to create rebounds. 3. Not enough one timers from passes on the cross… Read More ›
Jeff Carter wasn’t at today’s practice. Speculation ran wild on his potential injury from a “pulled groin” (suffered after Wednesday’s game) to the dreaded hangover. I guessed ankle only because he skated tentative most of Wednesday’s game and he suffered… Read More ›
It’s not every day you get to improve your own playoff fortune while you drive a stake in that of an adversary. Tonight it happened. Two teams vying for position, three goals, two points, the L.A. Kings leap back into… Read More ›
From their article: It feels like a lifetime ago, but when the Canucks met the L.A. Kings two years ago in the first round of the playoffs, it seemed like the first of many bloody battles between the two teams…. Read More ›