“Some people say, why do young guys leave at a young age to Canadian juniors if there is an opportunity to make money at home and play [at home]. He chose a completely different path, that he walked all the way and won the Stanley Cup. Slava proved that there is nothing impossible. You can be proud of him.”
The Mouth looks back at a little Kings/Sharks history but eventually got sidetracked by some old cardboard.
Saturday I was fortunate to catch the season finale of a Manhattan staple. The premise of this three act live production is unlike any featured on Broadway. It’s one of the six oldest touring groups in the nation. The story is unscripted. The cast mostly regular, but features some turnover. One interesting concept is that … Read more
I’ve come across a couple things involving former Kings players/prospects and former Monarchs stars Bud Holloway and Oscar Moller. If the names are unfamiliar, Moller actually played for the Kings in 2010-11 including a playoff game against San Jose. The use of Moller was always a bit mysterious. Despite lacking size, he never played small- … Read more
The NHL’s generosity knows no bounds.
On the most storied trophy in professional sports?
In this, his first public moment out of his introverted shell, Jonathan Quick finally has an unfiltered dialog with someone: 18,000 fans.
Under that rough, foul-mouthed exterior, is a mushy, Coldplay-loving, LA Kings super freak. Video evidence here:
After winning Game 3 at home, taking their 4th straight 3-0 series lead, teetering on the edge of winning the most coveted trophy in sports, the Kings remained collected.
A tribute to the 2011-2012 Phoenix Coyotes.