Monthly Archives: October 2009

Kings Grades After Game One

Loktionov A+ Parse A Bernier B+ Moller, Drewiske B Lewis C Brown, Frolov, Smyth, Williams, Simmonds, Martinez* D everyone else F *yes, Martinez did get beat leading to the 2-on-1 which was the goal that Greene swept into his own net, but at least Martinez used his speed to get back. If Greene doesn’t do…

Kings Exceed Expectations Tonight

…in Manchester. Andrei Loktionov, a 19-year-old Russian making his professional hockey debut, scored three goals and had an assist to mask an invisible second period by the Monarchs, who gave away a 3-1 lead. “He’s a beautiful skater,” Manchester coach Mark Morris said. “When you watch him skate, it’s almost like he’s on a cushion…

Loktionov Hat Trick in First Pro Game

First time a Monarchs player has ever scored a hat trick in his debut. He also got at least one assist. Monarchs won, 6-3. I haven’t seen the box score, but I’m guessing Moller got at least a couple assists, since they’re on the same line. More later. I may have to watch the webcast…

Tick Tock

It is 2 days, 9 hours, 27 minutes and 35 seconds until Saturday, October 3, 2009 at 7:30:00 PM (Los Angeles time)