…which will for the first time allow actual gradations of color on a jersey. The Kings will utilize this technology on their new “third” jersey, currently in development, and which will debut in the beginning of 1996. I have it on good authority that the design is eye-catching. They’re also employing a new font for…
I was looking over my beautiful tickets, and I noticed something. This has to be the most favorable schedule the Kings have ever had. Short road trips, few back-to-backs, several long home-stands, no long breaks…it’s about time the schedule-makers looked favorably upon the Kings. An excellent omen for 1994-95!
Wayne Gretzky’s bad back has doomed the Kings’ 1992-93 campaign. With Gretzky out indefinitely, I would be surprised if the Kings even make the playoffs. I just gave my season tickets to charity.
Well, I did it. I spent my rent money on a gigantic 22″ color TV. I may not have a place to live, but at least next year I’ll be able to see the purple and gold in all its glory!
…and the game isn’t even over yet. It’s the second intermission, and I’m outta here. Don’t want to miss “Hill Street Blues.”
Having gotten rid of that loser Rogie Vachon, the Kings have upgraded their goaltending by trading their worthless 1979 first round pick to the Boston Bruins for franchise cornerstone Ron Grahame. Kings’ fans ten year wait for a cup is about to end.
But at least they’re not changing the jerseys.
I’m not holding my breath. Still mad about the whole Monarchs fiasco.
LA Times, 3/27/59
OFFICIALS SAY HOCKEY WOULD GO BIG HERE
Transfer of franchise in Western League discussed with Coliseum Commission
by Charles Curtis
Growth of the Western Hockey League, which is currently seeking to expand to Los Angeles and San Francisco, into a major league capable of rivaling the long-entrenched National Hockey League, was envisioned yesterday by WHL president Al Leader.