Monthly Archives: October 2009

From the Monarchs website: Russian Rookie Turning Heads

Do you remember what you were doing on May 30, 1990?  While Madonna’s Vogue was topping the charts on the radio, the Springfield Indians were battling the Rochester Americans for the Calder Cup, and Edmonton was fighting to get past Boston to hoist the Stanley Cup, and Andrei Loktionov was born on that date in Voskresensk,…

After 10 games, 12 points; is that good?

Historically, the Kings have made the playoffs in 23 of their 41 seasons. 56% of the time. They have gotten exactly 12 points in their first ten games nine times. In those nine seasons, they went to the playoffs five times (56% – exactly the overall average). They have gotten more than 12 points six…

Andrew’s Dallas Stars Blog

As for the game, the Stars started well and got the lead but that five-on-three Kings power play early in the second really shifted momentum their way. They scored on the five-on-four and just started to roll. The Stars were coughing up the puck, the pressure continued and the Kings cashed in on some quality…

ME KOOSH!

Note: this really happened: Center Juraj Mikus scored his first goal of the season on his first shot during his first shift in his first game of the season via News.