Late in the game Monday night vs. Colorado, with LA on a power play, Dustin Brown was hit in the head with a puck right in front of the net. It was a play that may have gone largely unnoticed, except for when the Kings captain went to skate after the puck in the [...]
The Colorado Avalanche trailed the LA Kings in shots 12-5 after the first period. The game was scoreless. LA was up 1-0 after 40 minutes and led in shots 21-12.
Then, with less than six minutes remaining in the game, Ryan O’Reilly scored to tie it. Nothing happened in overtime. And the Avs’ Milan Hejduk – [...]
LA Kings center Jarret Stoll couldn’t deliver one of his patented shootout goals and the Kings fell to the Colorado Avalanche 2-1.
For the night, Stoll had two shots on goal, four hits and one blocked shot in 18:12 of total ice time.
After the game he shared the following comments…
On when he was clipped in the [...]
Kings center Mike Richards has quickly picked up on the fact things are tight in the Western Conference.
Last year, the difference between home ice in the first round of the playoffs (Anaheim) and sitting at home watching (Dallas) was four points. FOUR POINTS! That’s only two games.
By contrast, fourth to ninth place was [...]
Predictions – everybody loves them and if you’re correct about half the time, you’re doing pretty well.
Two years ago I had the Los Angeles Kings finishing sixth in the Western Conference. Nailed it.
Last season, I slotted the Kings at fourth during my NHL season preview article. That’s certainly where they should have finished, [...]
Yes, what happens in Vegas is supposed to stay in Vegas. In this case though, let’s see how much of the action on the ice has seeped into your brain – or at least how much of it you retain.
For the 14th time, the Kings will host their annual pre-season game in Las Vegas [...]
A few quick links to get you ready for tonight’s game between the Los Angeles Kings and the Colorado Avalanche:
* Over the summer, the Avs signed free agent defenseman Shane O’Brien – that’s a name Kings fans may remember from the 2010 NHL playoffs, when he was with the Vancouver Canucks. Kevin Westgarth and [...]
LA Kings Brad Richardson (photo: C. Ikiri)
The old ‘put me in coach’ saying could possibly be modified for Brad Richardson. ‘Plug me in’ coach may be more appropriate for the versatile forward.
Last season he played just about every position among the Kings four offensive lines, including a few stints on the top line with [...]
Soon after the Stanley Cup parade takes place in some North American city, it happens.
Millions of fans everywhere began to experience hockey withdrawals, or ‘summer’ as it’s more commonly referred to.
Fortunately, the early part of the off-season has a hat-trick of activities that can partially keep the fire stoked via the NHL Awards, NHL Draft [...]
Some of the best creations to ever come out of the NHL’s Marketing Department are the ‘History Will Be Made’ commercials.
In about 30 second intervals they capture the greatest moments in hockey by simply using clips from a game, some music and a thought provoking question.
Even though the Kings are still searching for their first [...]