Dennis Bernstein asked Darryl Sutter whether the LA Kings were a team of destiny. Sutter responded, “what’s destiny?” It’s a simple and honest answer from an honest coach. Hard work, smart reads, simple plays, an honest game where our Kings,… Read More ›
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Suggested questions for Dave Tippet at the press conference: At some point, did you consider calling a timeout when your team started to completely self destruct? Would you consider the level of integrity left in the room after this game… Read More ›
Surly & Timmy in a room. All about the road trip, no jacket required, the near fight, cheerleaders offended, cops, fake tits & leather faces, dominance, hard work, the Hockey Gods and game one. Enjoy. Surly & Scribe L.A. Kings… Read More ›
From our very talented reader, jmsalsa.
About 30 seconds before the gloves dropped, I leaned over to the wife and said, “Kong and Crombeen are going to go.” She asked me how I knew. Crombeen said it, Kong nodded. They set up toward each other during… Read More ›
One of our readers, Ken, attended the game and shared his perspective. He included some photos. I am a Southern California boy living in Omaha, Nebraska while attending law school (just about finished, just one final to go!). Since Omaha… Read More ›
My first thought was that it should have been a double minor. Then, someone pointed out that boarding cannot be a double minor. I looked up the rule. 41.1 Boarding – A boarding penalty shall be imposed on any player or goalkeeper… Read More ›
I stayed off Twitter today. I stayed away from the house during the first period. Instead, I hit a local bar and the tightly packed bartender, Talena, put on the game for me with a smile. It was admittedly odd… Read More ›
The game that started it all… Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
and now, in Canadian… WOOO!! This image is forever burned in my mind and the moment I lost it.
From The Province. “Kings Worried About Resurgence of Canucks. Hire Big Shot Hollywood Consultant for Help” It’s true, the Kings have hired on one of the entertainment industry’s heavyweights to help “bolster” their chances for ending the series when it… Read More ›
I love history. As an American History geek, I could talk to you about the 100 year period of 1770 to 1870 for hours. I am amazed how little Americans have learned from our own history and how often we… Read More ›