A fun game, that got a fun write-up, deserves a fun video. For those of you who can’t make it out to Staples for the wholly non-televised game against the Nashville Predators this afternoon, just watch this and fondly remember… Read More ›
Los Angeles Kings hockey
Swap out the Canucks’ jersey for a Coyotes’ jersey and there you have the face of the enemy for the night. Jason LaBarbera gets his 3rd start of the season tonight, facing his former team for the first time since… Read More ›
10/3 PHX 1-05:31 (PP): Vrbata gets a 60-ft pass from Jovo, slapshot from the top of the circle; Quick should have had it. 10/3 PHX 2-08:22: Point shot that would have gone wide, deflection by Winnik. Not much anyone could… Read More ›
A beauty no doubt, though with a lot less blood.
Tonight at Staples Center the Los Angeles Kings take on the severely depleted Vancouver Canucks. The Canuckleheads are without Daniel Sedin, Sami Salo, Pavol Demitra, Ryan Johnson, Jannik Hansen, most likely Kyle Wellwood, and most pleasantly for the Kings, star… Read More ›
Kings have won different types of games this season. Want a high scoring game? You got it. Want a low scoring one? No problem. Comebacks? Got that too. Win in overtime? Come on, give me a challenge! Heart wrenching leads… Read More ›
Los Angeles Kings right wing, Wayne Simmonds, was asked to fill in on the first line for injured forward Justin Williams. Terry Murray’s decision was helped along with a tip by General Manager, Dean Lombardi. That tells you that both… Read More ›
Superstition. It’s deviance unmercifully inflicts terror upon a fan base. Tonight, the Los Angeles Kings gave superstition a big middle finger as they held on until the dying seconds to fend off the Phoenix Coyotes in a hard fought 5-3… Read More ›
Davis Drewiske (hereinafter “Whiskey”) has signed for 3 years, $600,000.00 per. Why is that an excellent signing? Timing. Dean Lombardi has recognized that last season and, thus far, this one, Whiskey has shown himself as an intelligent and hard working… Read More ›
When it comes to containing Anze Kopitar, it turns out, all defensemen are created equal.