Tag Archive for Jonathan Quick

Bob McKenzie’s Bernier trade rumor

Matthew Barry :: McKenzie: “I Think Tampa Will Trade For Jonathan Bernier”. Well, God said it in a tweet, so there must be SOME sort of speculation, right? Fans are offering Brett Connolly and maybe one of Tampa’s 1st round picks for JB and Muzzin? Or Loktionov (if Stoll is re-signed as expected)? There’s just…

Greatest Hockey Legends.com: Hollywood Ending?

The great and wise Joe Pelletier on the Finals so far. Read the whole thing, but here are some snips: Joe Pelletier, Geatest Hockey Legends.com: Hollywood Ending?. [...] It is inevitable that LA wins the series now. New Jersey looks like a team that knows they are outmatched. I thought their strong forecheck game would…

Which Kings are among the 10 best NHL contracts?

The 10 Best Contracts in the NHL 4. Dustin Brown Cap hit of $3.175 million Six-year deal, expires after 2013-14 season With how well Brown has played down the stretch and in the postseason, one has to wonder if more teams will start leaking trade rumors in order to spark a player? The Kings were…

Let the Fasth vs. Quick jokes begin

The Ducks have finalized a contract with goaltender Viktor Fasth as the club announced the signing Monday after the remaining details were being worked out. It will be a one-way NHL deal, which was one of the requirements the Swedish netminder was looking for in deciding to make the move to North America. Fasth will…

Toronto Star: Ranford debriefs Kopitar on the enemy

Ranford and Burke at the Western Conference Finals From time to time, when L.A. Kings sniper Anze Kopitar struggles, he’ll seek an opinion on how to break out of his slump from goalie coach Bill Ranford. [...] “That’s something that Darryl (Sutter, the Kings’ head coach) has asked me to do throughout the playoffs,” said…

How did these Kings get here in the first place?

None of the eleven players mentioned were undrafted UFA signings, although Lombardi has gone that route several times, most notably with Matt Moulson and Teddy Purcell (since departed), Martin Jones, Kevin Westgarth and Davis Drewiske.

Here’s how the current Kings got here, in order of arrival: