Puck Probability: Odds for Kings at Sabres, December 9

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Tuesday night will begin the first of five games in eight days for the Kings, and they’re hoping a trip to upstate New York is just what they need to get things started off on the right foot. Already holding a 2-0 shutout win over Buffalo in Los Angeles back in October, Darryl Sutter’s club […]

Things You May Not Know: Kings-Sabres Edition

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Let’s assume you already know Sabres coach Ted Nolan is the father of Kings forward Jordan Nolan. We are going to also guess that you know about Buffalo’s horrific power play, ranking dead last in the NHL at just 6.6%. Fear not though, in advance of all the action, we have come up with five […]

Deslauriers checks in on way out of SoCal

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Nick Deslauriers, originally selected by Los Angeles in the third round (840th overall) of the 2009 NHL Draft, certainly spent plenty of time talking with us during his years as a Kings prospect. Last spring came a trade to Buffalo that caught many people off guard. In fact, it was only a few months after […]

Puck Probability: Odds for Sabres at Kings, October 23

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In advance of tonight’s game between the Sabres and Kings in downtown Los Angeles, we’re back with some odds regarding 10 things that just might happen during the game. As always, we’ll provide the tidbits related to various things that may occur on the Kings side of the ice, and we have a guest to share thoughts […]

Things You May Not Know: Sabres-Kings edition

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Although we talk a lot about West Coast Bias around here, tonight brings the occasional glimpse into the other side of life, as the Buffalo Sabres make their lone appearance of the season at Staples Center. To get you ready, we have a few tidbits that will make you sound smart when talking to the person next to you – […]

West Coast Bias on NHL Radio with Farhan and Pfeiffer

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Guests Farhan Lalji and Darrin Pfeiffer joined us for the March 16, 2014 edition of West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio.
Things kicked off in high style when Farhan Lalji of TSN joined Jonathan Davis and I for the opening segment. We discussed all things Vancouver Canucks – including Luongo leaving, how likely the […]

AUDIO: Guest spot on NHL Network Radio – Mayor’s Minutes

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Earlier today I joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon for another guest spot on NHL Network Radio (XM 211 / Sirius 207). Because not everybody has satellite radio, we thought it best to share the audio here.
In the segment we took a look at several storylines around the league, largely focusing on the Western Conference. Among […]

Moulson, Miller, Ott post-game in Buffalo

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Post-game reaction after the Sabres picked up their first home win of the season, downing the visiting LA Kings 3-2 in a shootout…
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Penner working on new nickname, Ducks still best team in the NHL

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Coming out of the Ducks 6-2 thumping of the visiting Buffalo Sabres on Friday night, there’s much to digest.
Team captain Ryan Getzlaf started things off in the first period, recording his first career hat-trick. It was also only the second time in Ducks history that a player scored three goals in the opening period (last: Teemu […]

Matt Moulson has a lot on his mind, just not Dean Lombardi

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Matt Moulson made his return to Los Angeles on Thursday night, but it didn’t quite stir up the feelings one might think.
Originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the ninth round of the 2003 draft (263rd overall) – yes, the ninth round, a round that doesn’t even exist anymore – Moulson is lamented by many […]