Well how ‘bout that? Punxsutawny Phil didn’t see his shadow (predicting an early spring), and here I am, alive and well, bringing you the skinny on the Kings’ baby brothers, the Manchester Monarchs. I’ll be the first to admit it’s… Read More ›
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Look at Donald Fehr in this CBC article. He understands the importance of well-educated enforcers. update – fuckers changed the picture There is Twitter talk from the pundits the two sides are closer than they have been and the NHLPA… Read More ›
Tuesday evening, the players and owners meet privately, without Gary Bettman and Donald Fehr in the room. Bettman and Fehr sit and wait, just outside the locked doors.
“County music? Is the song about trucks?” “No, no, it’s about the dude’s dog.” “Idiot, it’s about how she broke his heart so he broke her jaw…” You don’t like country music? I grew up with it. I was a… Read More ›
L.A. Kings fans are a lucky bunch. During the chill of the NHL lockout, we have a 16-4 playoff run and a Stanley Cup Championship to warm our cockles. With the talk now of decertification (the ultimate “oh yeah?!” to… Read More ›
Have you heard the news? The NHL news? The NHL, Bill Daly, cancellation of all the games through October 24 news? “We were extremely disappointed to have to make today’s announcement. The game deserves better, the fans deserve better and… 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 ›