The summer isn’t even a week old, in hockey chronology, and it is already shaping up to be the most dramatic one in- OK well a dramatic one.
While basking in the misery of the Kings latest ineptitude, I remembered these most depressing blast-from-the-past facts
As much as I personally solicit my fellow California residents to become fans of the game of hockey, regardless of specific franchise interest, this is one hockey fan Los Angeles can do without.
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, … Continue reading
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’