Playing in just his second game for the Ontario Reign, LA Kings forward Kyle Clifford scored his first ECHL goal Saturday night vs. the Bakersfield Condors.
Clifford finished the night with a goal, two assists, a plus-five rating (!) and three shots on goal.
While his stats line may have been the focus of the […]
Life isn’t always fun and games.
Earlier this week we posted a funny conversation with Jarret Stoll, where we joked about some of his recent wardrobe choices. On the ice though, these should be the best of times for the 30-year old forward. After winning his first Stanley Cup in June and immediately re-signing with the Kings for […]
Oscar Moller and Bud Holloway – remember those two?
Well, before we get to the crazy video and picture below, first let’s set the table…
Moller was selected by the Kings in the second round of the 2007 NHL Draft and the 5-foot-10 forward has played 87 games with the big club. Holloway, a […]
Jim Fox joined NHL Live yesterday afternoon to talk about trade rumors, Drew Doughty covering Steven Stamkos, the Kings lack of goals, an improving power play, aggressive defenseman, Dustin Penner, the recent clock controversy, etc.
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Kyle Clifford has been on a little bit of a roll the past few weeks and he kept things moving right along tonight in Tampa Bay – picking up his third goal in the last 12 games. It stood as the game winner in a 3-1 defeat of the Lightning. Back in the locker […]
In his post-game conversation with the media in Tampa Bay, Kings coach Darryl Sutter discussed the importance of getting the first goal, having a young hockey team, the play of Jonathan Quick and more. Take a listen…
The two best three-word Sutterism of the night may have been ‘broken stick goal’ (in reference to Steven […]
Just a quick note, I’ll be joining the guys on ESPN radio Ventura today at 4:10pm PST. We’ll preview tonight’s LA Kings vs Tampa Bay Lightning game, look at the latest info on Simon Gagne’s injury, plus talk NHL trade rumors and much more.
Listen live at this link: http://bit.ly/pTBXPg or check the main […]
As sometimes happens when you sit down with Kevin Westgarth, the conversation can drift. His insightful answers to questions on topic A can quickly lead to you asking about topics B, C and D. Such was the case recently when we began talking about something as simple as taping his wrists.
“I do a […]
While Canadians proudly proclaim hockey is their sport, few things are as American as the Super Bowl. Whether you’re gathering with friends today to watch the game, the commercials or just eat a bunch of food, the game has nearly turned into a national holiday. Football fan or not, it’s hard to escape the hype […]
Justin Williams (photo: D. Sheehan)
Leave it to the the Blues to slow down the surging Justin Williams. He entered last night with points in nine straight games (four goals, seven assists). However, he has struggled against St. Louis throughout his career – finding the back of the net just once in 17 career games.
And like clock […]