Tag Archive for Anze Kopitar

Purcell is not making Kopitar Suck

If you are reading this you have already read the other Kings blogs and you have seen the irate comments venting all over Ted Purcell. Ted Purcell is lost. Ted Purcell falls down. Ted Purcell is not NHL calibre. Ted Purcell shouldn’t be on the first line. Ted Purcell has naked pictures of Terry Murray.…

From The Puck Stops Here : Kings Lead The West

Kings are getting more and more non-Kings site blogosphere attention: I don’t think anyone would have predicted that the Los Angeles Kings would be first in the West Conference in mid-December, but they are.  The Kings have a 22-14 record (with three overtime loss points) to give them 47 points.  Skeptics are quick to note…

HockeyBuzz.com – Matthew Barry – Dustin Brown Sounds Off

Following practice yesterday, I asked Brown simply, is there a problem? “I think its an individual thing.” Brown began. “We’re professionals. We’re paid to come prepared to play. I think it’s something that every individual on this team, they need to come ready. Partly it’s coming together as a team but if you’re not ready…

Kings Points Leaders Since Ryan Smith Injury

Wayne Simmonds 4+4=8 Scott Parse 3+5=8 Randy Jones 3+5=8 Jarret Stoll 3+4=7 Alexander Frolov 3+2=5 Drew Doughty 3+2=5 Justin Williams 3+2=5 Dustin Brown 0+5=5 Brad Richardson 3+1=4 Jack Johnson 1+3=4 Sean O’Donnell 0+3=3 Anze Kopitar 0+3=3 Matt Greene 1+0=1 Davis Drewiske 0+1=1 Teddy Purcell 0+0=0 Raitis Ivanans 0+0=0 Peter Harrold 0+0=0 Just looking at goals:…

Nerdy Stats Update

Stats via Behind the Net (link in the right margin under stats). Seven Kings have a PTS/60 (points per 60 minutes of icetime) above 2.0. They are: Kopitar (2.66), Smyth (2.59), Stoll (2.46), Parse (2.35), Williams (2.35), Simmonds (2.24), Jones (2.10). GFON/60 (goals-for, while player is on the ice, per 60 minutes) leaders: Schenn (5.16),…

Why do people keep saying that without Smyth and Scuderi the Kings are the same team as last year? (And why did I buy it, until I looked?)

Okay, so off the top of your head, about how many Kings are absent since this time last year? My guess is 5. The real answer: Calder Armstrong Zeiler Moulson Boyle O’Sullivan Moller Quincey Preissing Gauthier LaBarbera And those eleven guys were replaced by these nine: Williams Smyth Purcell Parse Segal Scuderi Drewiske Jones Quick…

Kings 2, Blackhawks 1 (SOL) « Fifth Feather

The 2009 circus trip is finally over, and the verdict is in: success. With a point in Los Angeles on Saturday night, the Hawks grabbed their 17th point in their last ten games, including a 4-1-1 road trip on the west coast of North America. Not bad. And, if nothing else, it was an entertaining…