Tag Archive for Los Angeles Kings

Kyle Quincey: #1 Defenseman? – Behind The Net

Article from Behind the Net with my comments: Kyle Quincey has been front-and-center in the Colorado Avalanche’s quick start to the season. The off-season pickup from the Los Angeles Kings has had all the hallmarks of a top defenseman – he’s at the top of the depth chart at even-strength, on the power-play and on…

Tavares-Moulson connection? All chemistry

Maybe it’s that old sports cliche, chemistry, that explains the immediate collaborative efficiency between celebrated Islanders rookie John Tavares and free-agent discovery Matt Moulson. Maybe it’s a familiarity that goes back at least five years, when Tavares, the emerging hockey phenom, was playing lacrosse and hockey with Moulson’s younger brother Chris in the Toronto suburb…

Monarchs Tidbits

Center Oscar Moller has four points (1-3=4) in his last five games since returning from a brief stint with the Los Angeles Kings…Left wing Richard Clune scored his first goal of the 2009-10 season…Clune has been sidelined with injuries thus far this season and has played in only three games. via Monarchs News.  

Scott Parse is Getting His Shot

I have been rooting for this kid for three years now. This time last year, I was crossing my fingers that he would have a great camp and crack the line-up. That was wishful thinking, but what he did do was put together a solid, complete season in Manchester and managed not to get inj***d.…