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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…

sctimes.com Garrett Roe’s Vow of Silence

Down by three goals at one point in the second period, then trailing by two in the third, Garrett Roe played perhaps the central role in engineering Friday night’s 4-4 tie against Colorado College. We’d love to pass on his thoughts about how the Huskies did it, how he snapped a five-game goalless streak and assisted…

Not your everyday all-star game

Captaining the WHL team tonight will be defenceman Colten Teubert of the Regina Pats, a Los Angeles Kings first-round draft pick, who has already seen pro action with the Kings’ ECHL-affiliate Ontario Reign. “We haven’t had much time together, but there’s a lot of talent on this Team WHL, so it’s about trusting each other…

Q&A with Vyacheslav Voynov – Hockey’s Future

Taken by the Los Angeles Kings in the second round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, Chelyabinsk, Russia native Vyacheslav Voynov is in his second year in North America, playing for the Manchester Monarchs of the AHL. An experienced player for his 19 years, Voynov played two full Russian Super League seasons and took part…

Robbie Czarnik leaves University of Michigan for Plymouth Whalers

The Plymouth Whalers acquired the rights to University of Michigan forward Robbie Czarnik and have signed the centre to an OHL player agreement. He’s expected to make his Whalers debut Wednesday night against the Windsor Spitfires. “We are excited to add Robbie to our lineup,” said Whalers President/GM/Head Coach Vellucci in a team release. “His…

FC’s 2010 Fall Mock Draft « Future Considerations

LOS ANGELES Kings 15th Overall Selection: C Jaden Schwartz – Tri-City (USHL) Organizational Summary: With one of the top NHL talent pools, the Los Angeles Kings have very good depth and multiple high-end prospects at almost every position. They have skill up front, see Andrei Loktionov, Oscar Moller and Brayden Schenn; they have a stable…

Cut/Paste in its entirety: RudyKelly on today’s game sort of

    WOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! Man am I pumped for this game.  I’m a Kings man tried and true but I sure do love those Atlanta Thrashers.  There’s Ilya, of course, who is without a doubt my favorite non-Kings related hockey player in the league.  I don’t watch Ilya Kovalchuk enough to know if he’s good…