Dallas Stars coach melts down after loss to LA Kings with incredible quotes

Following a 3-2 loss to the visiting LA Kings on Sunday night, here’s what Dallas Stars coach Glen Gulutzan had to share (audio here)…
- On what the Kings did differently to beat them this time: “You know, they didn’t do much different. They just amped up their work load, and we didn’t respond at all. Like I [...]

What will Sutter say? Classic comments after 3-2 win in Dallas

Following the Kings 3-2 win over the Dallas Stars, here’s what coach Darryl Sutter had to share…
- On Brad Richardson: “Gave us some energy and some speed…He and I have a good relationship and I feel bad not playing him. He’s a guy who can play anywhere in your line-up and it’s been hard for him.”
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Coach’s comments on Kings prospects in Reign regular season finale

The Ontario Reign, ECHL affiliate of the LA Kings, wrapped up their fifth regular season on Saturday night, but things aren’t completely over just yet. Following a successful defense of their Pacific Division Championship, they’ll kick off post-season play on Tuesday night vs. the Utah Grizzlies.
To conclude the season they played a two-game series with [...]

Berube set to make first start in Ontario since early February

Life in the minor leagues is rarely linear. Instead, it’s usually filled with frequent twists and turns. So, very little can surprise Kings’ goaltending prospect JF Berube these days.
With his hip surgery from the summer of 2011 well behind him, coupled with a strong second half to last season, the 21-year old netminder entered this year with renewed enthusiasm and [...]

MayorsManor First Goal Contest: Game 34 – Kings at Wild

With a 4-2 win in St. Louis on Thursday night, the Kings have scored nine goals in the first two games of the current road trip.  Tonight they’ll be in Minnesota to take on the Wild for the first time this season.
Captain Dustin Brown remains red hot at the moment, scoring seven goals in his [...]

Dodgers GM talks Lombardi, pressure of Kings’ Cup run and more

In 2010 and 2011 we wrote several articles noting the parallel path the Kings and Dodgers were traveling. Both teams were being run by General Managers with ties to the Bay Area and were building from within, waiting to add a few key pieces from the outside when the time was right.
A race for who [...]

College hockey playoffs underway – Kings prospects on TV

It’s time for March Madness of a different sort – this one is on ice!
Five Kings’ prospects will be participating in this year’s NCAA post-season hockey tournament. For those not familiar with the finer points, it works similar to the college basketball format – all games are ‘one and done,’ with the winner advancing and [...]

Rob Scuderi talks sloppy play, big hits and cloudy future in Minnesota

Following the Kings 4-2 win in St. Louis on Thursday night, here’s what defenseman Rob Scuderi had to share…
- On the overall game: “I thought we played our game the entire time. We were real good defensively and made our offense out of that. The one game, I think we played pretty sloppy - but you [...]

Justin Williams – ‘We stuck up for each other, that’s what we do.’

Following the Kings 4-2 win in St. Louis, here’s what Justin Williams – who scored an empty net goal to seal the win – had to share…
- On taking the hit after the empty-netter: “Yeah, anything to score a goal any day. Certainly wanted to seal the game, but Brownie and I both had a [...]

Blues’ coach Hitchcock a little confused after 4-2 loss to Kings

Unfortunately, Thursday night’s post-game presser with Blues’ coach Ken Hitchcock was less eventful than the last time St. Louis lost to LA – where Hitch nearly went Dennis Green.
Following a 4-2 loss this time around he was a little more subdued, sharing the following…
- On what the official said about Jeff Carter pushing the net [...]