Watch, listen, and enjoy – Bob Miller and Jim Fox call the LA Kings 2014 Stanley Cup game winning goal over the New York Rangers…
Comments from Kings forward Justin Williams after winning his third Stanley Cup (second with the Kings) and bring named the Comm Smythe Award winner as MVP…
Q. First of all, who is that with you?
WILLIAMS: This is Jackson. He got to celebrate Cup number two and three, but not the first one.
Q. How does that feel […]
Comments from Kings coach Darryl Sutter after his team won their second Stanley Cup in three years…
Q. When you won in 2012, you said it crossed your mind in that moment these guys should push for more Stanley Cups.
SUTTER: We did it a different way in ’11-12. That’s something that I don’t think could ever […]
Comments from Darryl Sutter following the Kings morning skate in advance if Game 5…
Q. Darryl, you guys played so well last game and you don’t get the win. Is the mentality going into this game to show up and play the same way or find another level?
SUTTER: Find different ways every game. I don’t think […]
Q. When AV [Coach Vigneault] comes to you before the game yesterday and talks about the new lines, did you have an immediate reaction? He talked about how you’ll always do what’s right for the team.
BRAD RICHARDS: Go try to win a game really. If you’re down 3-0, you know, there’s something that has to […]
Q. You’ve said before you’ve played well in this building the first two games, but it didn’t come across, surrendered the two-goal leads. How do you prevent that kind of event while still playing well?
COACH VIGNEAULT: Well, you know, the three games that we’ve played in this building, we’ve played well. We’ve played well throughout […]
Comments from Kings coach Darryl on Thursday afternoon…
Q. Do you still have the same level of frustration after last night or have you put it in the rearview mirror?
SUTTER: No, you move on really. I don’t think it was really frustration. I think it was a lot of opportunities to tie a game, win a […]
Quotes collected from Kings captain Dustin Brown in the L.A. locker room after the team’s 2-1 loss to the Rangers in Game 4 at Madison Square Garden in New York…
On if it’s disappointing that they didn’t close the series out tonight:
“I don’t know about disappointment. It’s an opportunity lost, but again, we park it and […]
Enjoy the free replay of today’s segment with guest John Hoven on NHL Radio’s Power Play with Scott Laughlin – live from Madison Square Garden, talking Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. They talked prospects, Dean Lombardi, the Conn Smythe Trophy, plus The Mayor offered his prediction for Game 4. Give it […]