Post Tagged with: "Los Angeles Kings"

The Lockout Hurts, Part I: Los Angeles Kings

The Lockout Hurts, Part I: Los Angeles Kings

September 5, 2012 at 7:03 pm 4 comments

The impending NHL lockout could be a blessing in disguise for several NHL teams. However, the Los Angeles Kings are not one of them. Although they played hockey well into the month of June, the Kings would likely lose out from any missed hockey in 2012-13. Why? Read on to […]

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Hard Working Willie Mitchell

Hard Working Willie Mitchell

June 17, 2012 at 4:29 pm 3 comments

Willie Mitchell is one of the best defensive defensemen in hockey. All it took was 719 NHL regular season games, 71 NHL postseason games, and stops in New Jersey, Minnesota, Dallas, Vancouver, and Los Angeles for most people to find out. Wherever he has gone in his hockey career, he […]

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The Heart of Hockey and Postponing the Party

The Heart of Hockey and Postponing the Party

June 8, 2012 at 11:00 am 1 comment

For a sport that is founded on passion and energy, there will always be a flaw in statistics until they find a way to measure heart.

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The Stanley Cup Reunion That Almost Was

The Stanley Cup Reunion That Almost Was

May 31, 2012 at 11:00 am 0 comments

If the Rangers had defeated their cross-river rival Devils in round three, it would have resulted in the 8 year reunion of Tortorella and Sutter coaching in the Stanley Cup final—albeit coaching different teams.

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