POLL: What To Do With Mike Richards

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Building on the story posted Monday morning – where we reviewed why center Mike Richards returned to Los Angeles, rather than traveling with the Manchester Monarchs to St. John’s, Newfoundland for their three-game series – what do you think should happen next…

What should LA do with Richards?
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BREAKING NEWS: Update on Mike Richards Whereabouts

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It hasn’t quite tuned into a case of Where’s Waldo, yet the whereabouts of center Mike Richards has quietly been causing a stir over the last 24 hours.
Nothing is wrong – don’t worry – nor is a call-up in the works… at least nothing is imminent at the moment.
For the better part of a month, […]

FREE REPLAY: WCB on NHL Radio with Dennis Bernstein

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Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period magazine joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis during the Sunday, March 8, 2015 edition of their show on NHL Network Radio. In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew and Bernstein talked up the Western Conference playoff contenders vs. pretenders – including the Kings, Ducks, Blues, Flames, […]

Luc Robitaille: From 1985 Scouting Report to 2015 Statue

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When it comes to the long and storied career of Luc Robitaille in Los Angeles, one could go on for days and days reliving the highlights of his time with the Kings – all the way from his playing days on the ice to leading the business side of the organization in more recent years. […]

Gravel Impressing During AHL Rookie Season

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For a defensive-defenseman, being compared to two-time Stanley Cup winner Rob Scuderi is high praise. Yet, during his first three years at St. Cloud State University, Michigan-native Kevin Gravel did just that and looked destined for a future spot on the Los Angeles Kings blueline.
Then, Gravel was left with a decision – sign a professional contract […]

TBT: McSorley Still Hurt by Stick vs Montreal

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With the Montreal Canadiens in town to face the Los Angeles Kings tonight, it only seems natural to feature Marty McSorley in this week’s Throwback Thursday.
Being called for an illegal stick in Game 2 of the 1993 Stanley Cup Final was something that haunted McSorley for the better part of two decades. So much […]

What do the Kings need most right now?

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With the NHL Trade Deadline done and over with, it’s time for a quick temperature check. Going into the final 20 games of the regular season, which player (or group of players) will coach Darryl Sutter need the greatest improvement from over the next six weeks? Rather than list out a player’s stats over the […]

AHL: Patrik Bartosak’s Guide To Being A Better Driver

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If you have followed Kings prospect Patrik Bartosak on Twitter for any amount of time, you have probably already realized that the Czech native is not a big fan of other drivers (note: If you have a Twitter account, Bartosak is a must follow). After signing an entry level contract with Los Angeles near the […]

Shore Sent Down (Sort of), Richards Status, and Deadline Update

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As pretty much expected if you read this article here, the Kings did not make any additional deals before today’s NHL Trade Deadline. However, they did make a roster move, sending 22-year-old center Nick Shore to Manchester.
Now, before you go jumping to conclusions, it was what they call a paper transaction and is very common […]

Kings Trade Scenarios, Odds on Several Deals

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With the NHL Trade Deadline quickly approaching, we continue to be inundated with questions about what the Kings might be doing, who they’re looking at, which players might move, if they’re done making deals after the trade with Carolina, etc.
We have spent a ton of time on calls, texts, and face to face conversations over […]