Doan Shares Kings Memories Prior to (Likely) Last Game at Staples

For more than 20 years, Shane Doan has been terrorizing the Los Angeles Kings. In so many ways, he’s the last of a dying breed – whether talking about a true power forward in the NHL or a player who stays his entire career with one team. The 40-year-old Canadian is truly something special.
We’ve been […]

More Hockey In Vegas; UNLV Looking To Go Division 1

The migration of major hockey to the west coast continues, as preparations are underway to bring Division 1 hockey to Las Vegas. Fresh on the heels of the AHL placing five teams in California, and the NHL expansion on the horizon, now comes the next major pillar.
Just over a year ago, Arizona State University surprised […]

NHL’s Las Vegas Gamble Remains a Big Question

With NHL franchises at an all-time high in value and a new television broadcasting deal in place, it’s easy to understand why several North American cities are extremely interested in landing an expansion team in the coming year. Perhaps the highest-profile market to ever enter the process is Las Vegas. Though Sin City isn’t what […]

Doan Loves To Hate, Maybe Has Had Enough

Over the past dozen or so years, there have been a myriad of changes out in the Arizona desert. Wayne Gretzky came and went as part of the Coyotes ownership group, the team moved to a beautiful new arena in suburban Glendale, and they’ve gone through a handful of jersey designs. Through it all, the […]

Things You May Not Know: Kings-Coyotes Edition

They are no longer the Phoenix Coyotes, the 2014-15 edition of the team has been re-branded as the Arizona Coyotes. Yet, they still have one of the best coaches in the league (Dave Tippett), one of the most respected captains (Shane Doan), and one of the best young defensemen (Oliver Ekman-Larsson). With that out of […]