Brad Richardson likes Tortorella, laughs off Doughty

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 [...]

Morning skate report – Brad Richardson on pressure of Game 3

Comments from Brad Richardson following the Kings’ morning skate in advance of Game 3 vs. the Chicago Blackhawks…
On if there is added pressure from missing guys in the lineup:
“No not really, just try to play your game. Obviously we want them in the line up, he’s a great player and hopefully he’s back soon. Everyone [...]

Brad Richardson on if he’s a prick to play against

On his feelings about playing last night: 
“I felt a little rough at the start. Haven’t played in awhile so I didn’t feel great, but i thought my legs came under me as I got going. I don’t think it was nerves, more excitement.”
On San Jose’s overall play and physicality:
“We’ve played them a lot. We played [...]

Game 2 morning skate: Lewis – ‘Richie’s kind of a prick to play against’

On being comfortable with Brad Richardson stepping in:
“Yeah, played with Richie a lot so I kind of know how he is.  Gonna miss Stolly out there, but Richie’s kind of a prick to play against.  Great on the forecheck, has a lot of speed, and makes plays.  So we just gotta stick to what we were [...]

Game 2 morning skate – Brad Richardson on salads, Stoll and Sutter

On if he’ll be getting a nap in before the game:
“Yeah, I usually do.  Try to get like an hour, so I’m sure I will today.”
On what he has for pre-game lunch and if it is the same every day:
“Not every day no.  On game day I do sweet potato, carrots, rice pasta spirals with [...]

Wednesday practice comments – Doughty, Penner, Richardson

Drew Doughty

Brad Richardson

Dustin Penner

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What’s left to accomplish? Sutter and the Kings players weigh in

There’s only one game remaining in the regular season and many different things could still be left to accomplish for the Kings. Is it important to secure home-ice for the first round of the playoffs? Does Anze Kopitar need a goal? Do they want to work on the power play? Penalty Kill? Do a few [...]

What will Sutter say? Talks acquisition of Regehr, D-pairs, more

Following the Kings practice this afternoon at TSC, here’s what coach Darryl Sutter had to share…
- On what new defenseman Robyn Regehr brings to the Kings: “Experience, good guy in back, fills our left side. Work him in.”
- On Regehr’s off-ice intangibles: “Well, I think he’s played a long time and he has a pretty [...]

It’s time to out Brad Richardson

Today, Kings’ forward Brad Richardson turned 28 years old.
So, it seems like as good of a day as any to out him once and for all.
Seriously, at his age, he should know better.
Truth be told, Richardson is a front-runner.
And for a guy who fashions himself as the second-best dressed player on the team – behind [...]

MayorsManor First Goal Contest: Game 3 – Kings at Oilers

In the two games played so far this season the Kings have notched three goals total – all from players who don’t normally register too high up on the scoring charts.  For example, their totals from last year show just eight goals…combined.
Still, Kyle Clifford, Jordan Nolan and Rob Scuderi remain as the only LA players [...]