Tag Archive for ex-Kings

Do the Kings have an unhealthy attraction to Philly castoffs?

It has been noted that DL and TM appear to have a preference for personnel who have some kind of Flyers affiliation. The usual evidence cited is Denis Gauthier, Ron Hextall, Terry Murray, Kyle Calder, Handzus and (now) Justin Williams. Without knowing the answer beforehand, it occurred to me to look at the Kings’ roster…

Bernier Extinguishes Lowell’s Fire

  “LOWELL, MA – Goaltender Jonathan Bernier stopped 18 shots for his fourth shutout of the season as the Manchester Monarchs blanked the Lowell Devils, 3-0, in front of 1,047 fans at the Tsongas Arena on Tuesday night. […]   Center Justin Azevedo scored his ninth goal of the season [and added an assist]. ” via…

Via Open Ice Hitter: Kids might be coming…..

Colton Teubert  Los Angeles Kings  /  Regina Pats  — Likely destined for the Manchester Monarchs due to the depth on the Kings blueline, Teubert could be given an opportunity due to the fact that he is a more physical type d-man than the other defenders, with the exception of Jack Johnson.  Thomas Hickey  Los Angeles…

via Kuklas Korner: The Story Behind the O’Sullivan Story

    I don’t know if there’s any truth to this, but if so it’s fascinating and I guess not surprising:    A couple of hours ago, I wrote about how upset I was with the Justin Williams for Patrick O’Sullivan for Erik Cole deal.  I lamented the fact that Patrick O’Sullivan would have been…

ESPN Magazine, January, 2003: “Damage Control” by Gare Joyce

This story was written nearly six years ago, and this is the third time I’ve stumbled across it. The whole thing is worth reading. Patrick O’Sullivan always looks for his father in the stands. He’s done it since he was a 2-year-old skating in Winston-Salem, N.C. He still caught himself doing it this season when,…

This time last year

I wanted to remember what it was like to be a Kings fan this time last year. In March, Rich’s question was, who is the Kings’ best defenseman? The choices? Rob Blake, Kevin Dallman, Peter Harrold, Jack Johnson, Jon Klemm, Tom Preissing, Lubomir Visnovsky. Seems like about a million years ago. via Seriously…who? – Inside…

Kings Lead the League in Scoring

Wrong league though. An article about Jagr possibly playing for Edmonton next year linked to the scoring stats for the KHL (link below). Jagr finished 7th in scoring, a couple of points ahead of Era Pirnes, and five points behind (5th overall) Kevin Dallman. Dallman leads all defensemen in points, and by a mile. Meanwhile,…

10-17-2008: Quisp vs. Cristobal

From the “Inside the Kings” comments section, October 17, 2008, the day Kyle Quincey played his first game as a King, and his fourteenth career game. Commenter “Cristobal” is upset that I appear not to have a problem with Chris Chelios. cristobal said: Quisp – Chelios is ok and Blake isn’t? I don’t think so. Quisp…