I am not a big fan of teams changing their jersey every other year. It shows a lack of identity. However, I’m going to let this one slide.
Outdoor hockey is amazing. There’s something about seeing hockey while seeing your breath that makes it seem right.
Throughout the course of this young season, the Los Angeles Kings have been many things: 1st in the NHL, 1st in the Western Conference, and 1st in the Pacific Division. At the moment, they are none of those things. Kings fans, who to their credit have been very patient for a long time (42 years, … Read more
This situation calls for the NHL GM hot-line. Since none of the players in the Kings’ system could adequately fit in on Kopitar’s left side, it’s time once again for Deano to get on the horn and see what could be available elsewhere in the league.
I don’t even know how something like this can happen.
I highly doubt that I have to inform anyone reading this post that Ryan Smyth is spelled with a ‘Y’
For some reason, the Staples Center crew forgot that they had to change the logo from Thursday’s opponent the Lightning to Saturdays opponent, the Predators.
Why am I pissed off when I see the Los Angeles Kings leave their papier mache castle? Why do I feel like cheering, but also like hiding my face?
If proudly proclaiming this fact isn’t bold enough, read more for another one…
Lombardi and the organization feel that even though Kovalchuk didn’t come to L.A., they can count on players within the organization to fill the holes in the lineup to help fill the net. So far the strategy has been to throw it all against the wall to see what sticks.