Brad Richardson likes Tortorella, laughs off Doughty
Kings players talk hatred for and rivalry with the Canucks
Darryl Sutter and special guests play Canucks Word Association
Dwight King and a Roberto Luongo look-a-like contest
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It almost seems automatic. Player leaves a team, returns to face his former club, then scores against them.
Take Brad Richardson, for example. As a member of the Kings, he relished every opportunity to play the Colorado Avalanche, who originally drafted him in 2003 before trading him to Los Angeles five years later.
After signing a free agent contract with […]
Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo gave up four goals to the LA Kings on Saturday night at Staples Center and his team ultimately lost 5-1. After things were over, here’s what he had to say…
On where the game got away from them:
“It’s tough to say. I [needed] to be better on the second goal there. I […]
Following the Canucks 5-1 loss to the Kings on Saturday night, here’s what was being said back in the Vancouver locker room…
– Coach John Tortorella on the start of game: “I thought in the first two periods we had surges early, but couldn’t score. It’s a 5-1 game and you think you got spanked, but […]
Following the Kings 5-1 win over the visiting Vancouver Canucks, here’s what was being said back in the LA locker room…
– Linden Vey on the overall game: “After every shift and every game I feel a lot better, and it’s good to get the win especially with the rivalry between the two teams the last […]
It’s been three years since we last ran a poll asking which active NHL player you liked the least. While that may not seem like a long time ago, when you look over the previous list and see names like Chris Pronger and Sean Avery, you’re easily reminded how quickly things change in the NHL.
Stu Grimson and Michael Russo guest on West Coast Bias.
Week two of the newest show on NHL Network Radio is on the air! Jonathan Davis and I are back with the latest edition of West Coast Bias, where we were joined by Nashville Predators color analyst Stu Grimson and Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star […]
As if there was ever any doubt, on Friday morning the NHL and NHLPA confirmed they will be participating in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. With that in mind, the league will shut down for nearly three weeks, February 9-26.
“The National Hockey League features the most international player population in professional sports, and […]
Following the Sharks 3-2 loss in Los Angeles on Saturday night, here’s what they were saying back in the San Jose locker room…
– Captain Joe Thornton on how much incentive there was in the game, knowing that home-ice wasn’t possible: “We’re going to go up to Vancouver. Excited to play them. You want to win […]