It may still be hot outside but the new NHL season isn’t that far off. The 2014-15 season promises to be another exciting race, featuring defending Cup Champion Los Angeles […]
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Los Angeles Kings fans were so used to losing. So this chatter about a prospective dynasty—dynasty?!—is as startling as say, going from being a janitor to joining the Justice League. We […]
LUC ROBITAILLE WAS A LEGEND BEFORE HE STARTED On February 17, 1966, in Montreal, Quebec, a future hockey legend was born. Eighteen years later, eventual prodigy, Luc Robitaille was […]
It has been 19 years since the New York Rangers ended their ‘curse’ (if you believe in those kind of things) and won the Stanley Cup in 1994 after […]
Tyler Toffoli’s story, of course, has yet to be written, but the skating issue is frequently brought up regarding his chances of success in the NHL. He is, of course, well aware of the issue.
The NHL and its players will be coming back to an arena near you in less than a week and with the resumption of games there will be some […]
When filling out an all-time Wayne Gretzky roster, one may run into 99 problems but 99 ain’t one. Surely there is no dearth of talent, especially considering the team’s that […]
When Kings fans think of career “heart and soul” franchise players, a few obvious choices come to mind. Dave Taylor has to be the natural first consideration, as he spent […]
Part 1 – The Defensemen Part 2 – The Forwards Part 3 – The Goalies The NHL has a long and storied existence. Legendary teams, lines and players serve as […]
If you are explaining, you are losing— J.C. Watts If true, the L.A. Kings have done one hell of a lot of ‘splainin’ over their 45-year history. However, thanks to […]
On Thursday afternoon the Detroit Red Wings announced some noteworthy additions to their 2012 Sirius XM Hockeytown Winter Festival Alumni Showdown lineup with the aid of a highlight package that […]
Not long after Al Gore invented the internet, I started listening to Los Angeles Kings games on a red transistor radio. The mid-70’s were tumultuous times. Gerald Ford had just […]