As I’m writing this, I’m watching the live #LAKings Twitter feed scroll by on the right margin of this site, and with each passing tweet the over-blown outrageous blood-lust of Blues fans is pissing me off more and more. “Let’s take out Brown. **** it.” “All the good the league did by suspending Torres is undone by not suspending King.” “Immediately disqualify cheap shot artist King.” Etc.
Kings or Blues? Caps or Rangers? Coyotes or Preds? Flyers or Devils? You tell me…
Hitchcock, who vacations in Kelowna, was sitting in a parked car and sprung to action when he saw the struggle. Hitchcock pinned the shoplifter against a window. The motorcyclist grabbed the teen’s arm, but he broke away. Hitchcock straight-armed him against the window as he struggled.
Leading with the helmet is not the primary reason there has been a rise in a recognition of concussions and their long-term effects. Helmets are not designed to prevent concussions. They’re designed to prevent skull fractures. Concussions are the result of a brain injury that happens from “inside-out” – the brain impacting against the inside of the skull as the player’s head suddenly stops. No helmet technology will ever prevent that.
So now maybe we can stop all this psy-ops nonsense about the Kings being the new #1 in the West. From ProHockeyTalk:
The St. Louis Blues are the new favorites to win the Stanley Cup, according to online bookmaker Bovada.
Here are the Cup odds for the eight remaining teams:
Over the last few years, I have witnessed several bloggy debates about whether teams really showcase players in an attempt to spark a trade. When a player’s ice time suddenly increases, there’s usually someone out there who will shout “showcase!”, and this is sometimes met with snarky dismissiveness by team representatives and/or journalists. If you…
In the spirit of friendship, and because this whole thing is probably about to go to hell in a hand-basket, and because Chuck Berry is from St. Louis and Chuck Berry is Rock and Roll, I thought I would lend a hand in completing the guide to Kings hating put together by SB Nation’s St.…
Vigneault deserves points for putting in Schneider. I thought it was weird at the time, but it turned out to be a stroke of genius that could easily have won the series for them. Had the Canucks won game 5 in OT, the odds of the series going seven games would have been pretty good.
That game would have been tonight, wouldn’t it?