Monthly Archives: May 2012

Which Kings are among the 10 best NHL contracts?

The 10 Best Contracts in the NHL 4. Dustin Brown Cap hit of $3.175 million Six-year deal, expires after 2013-14 season With how well Brown has played down the stretch and in the postseason, one has to wonder if more teams will start leaking trade rumors in order to spark a player? The Kings were…

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REPORTER: Anze, why did you go backhand on the game-winning goal?

KOPITAR: [pause] I went forehand.

QUICK: [laughs]

 

KINGS 2, Devils 1 (OT) – SCF Game 1 Real-Time Bullets

And we’re off…

  • Yes, suddenly Lewis is 6’4″ and menacing. No, Mike, that was Dwight King.
  • I wonder if we can go the whole game without hearing “regathers.”
  • I would like to keep it to under 10 incidences of “knifes” as a verb.
  • I guess Eddie Olczyk never really watched the Terry Murray Kings. I think he just said that Sutter taught the Kings to defend.

April 5, 1947: L.A. won its first pro hockey title…or did they?

The Pacific Coast Hockey League existed off and on from 1928 to 1952, and the last incarnation — 1944-1952 — featured the Los Angeles Monarchs, Hollywood Wolves, Pasadena Panthers, San Diego Skyhawks, Fresno Falcons, Oakland Oaks and San Francisco Shamrocks, among twenty teams in California, Oregon, Washington and Western Canada (including an incarnation of the…

2012-2013 LA Kings Season Preview — Wait, what?

Two or three months ago, I don’t think anyone would have batted an eye if I said that the chances of Dustin Penner or Jarret Stoll re-signing with Kings were about zero. We would have been talking about which rookies might make the team (e.g. Tyler Toffoli, Linden Vey, Jake Muzzin?), would Gagne return from…

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“We’ll probably have to get a bigger bandwagon.” — Dustin Penner

 

Greatest Hockey Legends.com: All The Kings Men: Juha Widing

This Golden Globetrotter is Juha "Whitey" Widing, one of the early Hollywood hockey stars. This Finnish born Swede played junior hockey in Canada before emerging as a NHL star in Los Angeles. The fast skater with an excellent shot was a consistent offensive presence in the 1970s. The Hockey Scouting Report 1976 said ". .…