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.
People keep asking me: Why aren’t you talking about the Kings domination? Everyone is saying they are the cup favorites! To expect Kings fans to be optimistic is to not know Kings fans. This is not a statement on the lack of character of the Los Angeles faithful. It is a natural derivative of watching … Continue reading
It’s come to our attention that Gary Bettman is using the free event tracking website Evite.com to invite clubs to the Stanley Cup Finals.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve spent most of this postseason feeling like Keanu Reeves in the Matrix. I know what I’m seeing is real but I’m having a hard time believing it.
It’s hard to separate a fan’s emotions when this kind of thing happens to your team. What would I think if someone from the Kings’ bench made this play, AND got away with it? I might laugh. But I don’t think I would question the outrage.
A previous article stressed the need for a productive February. That didn’t happen. Now, where do the Kings stand?
Welcome to LA, Jeff Carter. How did you get here on a boat?