**Obviously that’s not our photo.. but it’s amazing. So is this one: Ours are below. Saturday’s National Hockey League game at Dodgers Stadium between the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks produced a unique buzz in the city. Witnessing a game in a rink built outdoors for a regular season hockey game at iconic Dodger … Continue reading
If you’re for some reason interested in listening to a podcast previewing the Kings-Blackhawks series now three games into it, then you’re in luck: Crowned Royal Interview Sorry about my crappy bluetooth. Thanks to Vin and Sean for the invite.
“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.
This is what we should all remember about 2012. All of the dedication that lead to it, and none of the treachery after.
This chart is a compilation of regular season scoring leaders from the last several years of the three Canadian Major Junior Leagues.
In this, his first public moment out of his introverted shell, Jonathan Quick finally has an unfiltered dialog with someone: 18,000 fans.
A tribute to the 2011-2012 Phoenix Coyotes.
Please, keep up the great work from inside the Kings’ front offices.
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.