Since we opened the doors on April 2, 2012, the Kings have posted a record of 17-4-2 (1-0-2 in the regular season and 16-4 in the playoffs) for a winning percentage of .783. We expect no less when hockey returns.
He’s not waiver-exempt. He wasn’t on the Monarchs clear-day roster. And there is no CBA in place to govern his movement to the AHL.
DREGER: NHL makes major concession to players! Be optimistic!
WALSH: Maybe it would be better to wait for the details. Be pessimistic!
DREGER: Details, shmeetails! This is breaking news!
WALSH: It’s not news. It’s propaganda.
DREGER: What’s the difference?
Bettman’s legacy of expansion into non-traditional markets is responsible for the current lock-out. Without the political support of those same franchises — one of which is owned by the NHL — we would be watching NHL hockey now.
Shorter me: the Bettman experiment has blown up in his face. And this is what that looks like.
In the United States, it’s canceled. In Great Britain — and I assume in Canada — it’s cancelled. Similarly, in the U.S., we are worried about the cancelation of the entire season. In Canada, they are worried about cancellation. This should not be one of those “both are correct” situations. The Associated Press manual says it’s one L here, and two up…
When I was a kid, from the moment I learned there was such a thing as hockey until the day I left for college and no longer had a TV, I lived and breathed hockey. Whatever hockey was available, I consumed it, whether it was NBC’s weekly game, or HNIC when cable TV was invented…
It’s like they just added more hours to the day, and several thousand dollars to my bank account. And I’m not missing anything, so I don’t feel bad. You guys just take your time, whatever you “need,” to solve your “problems,” and send me an email when you’re ready. Don’t give me some half-assed half…
Brandon Prust, via Twitter: “Just wondering when the 20 owners that actually like our proposals are going to step up n use their voice.”
30 Thoughts: Lockouts chock full of familiar refrains | Hockey | CBC Sports The commish has three groups of owners: the ones who want to play; the ones in the middle, including Tampa and Nashville, who want a better collective bargaining agreement but recognize not playing is worse; and the hardliners. It would be a…