LA Kings Get the QB That They Need in Jordan Spence
The Los Angeles Kings recently signed a quarterback. Wait, what? Among the Kings’ recent signings is defenseman Jordan Spence, who has the “quarterbacking” skills that are making inroads as a hot commodity in the NHL. Think Torey Krug. (from ‘Kings sign Arthur Kaliyev, Jordan Spence to entry-level contracts,’ Daily Bulletin, 06/03/2020) Related: Kings’ Top 10 […]
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Top 10 NHL Jerseys Discussion Nourishes ‘Social Closeness-ing’
Social distancing, huh? That’s a good one… and nothing new. As a young boy and teenager, our family lost our dad and my sister. Then, in the blink of an eye, the rest of my brothers and sisters were out of the house, doing grown-up things. I also said goodbye to friends who moved away. […]
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Kings Need the Steadiness of Prospect Cole Hults
If you’re looking for splash and dash, Cole Hults is not your guy. If you want a hard-nosed, efficient defenseman who makes the right decisions and gets the job done consistently, then the former Penn State star should be at the top of your list. A fifth-round draft pick in 2017, Hults signed a two-year, […]
Kings Armchair GM for a Day: Stutzle Picked 4th in Mock Draft
That was fun. The Hockey Writers did a mock NHL Draft last week and — as a freelancer with them since January on the Los Angeles Kings beat — I got to join in the festivities and make some choices that Kings fans might be able to get excited about with hockey on pause for […]
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Kings Have All the Pieces for a Bright Future
So much is going on with the Los Angeles Kings right now. With the temperature super hot and the outlook positive, the franchise is positioned to populate the farm with more highly regarded prospects in the upcoming NHL Draft. That’s not all. They continue to make what could be far-reaching moves. They let assistant general […]
Civic-Minded Jacob Ingham Boosts Kings’ Goalie Depth
The Los Angeles Kings got a quality goaltending prospect — and a public relations boost — with the recent signing of Jacob Ingham. Ingham’s work off the ice is getting plenty of media play, and it never hurts for an organization’s image to bring in athletes who have a legitimate concern for their fellow human […]
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Kings’ Prospect Tyler Madden Bringing Bright Lights to LA
“Gonna go where the bright lightsAnd the big city meetWith a red guitar, on fire” — Desire, U2 Tyler Madden’s nickname started flippantly in an exchange with his Northeastern University hockey teammates. After scoring two story-book goals as a freshman, his Huskies buds talked to him about coming through at the right time. His response: […]
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Will Sports Return in 2020? Kings’ Doughty & Big City Mayors vs Trump & Commissioners
It doesn’t take rocket science to figure out that we could be in our homes with no sports to watch — or to play for that matter — for a long, long time. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti told CNN on Wednesday night that Los Angeles might not open for recreational activities such as concerts […]
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Deja Flu: Pandemic Wiped Out the 1919 Seattle-Montreal Stanley Cup Final
A quick internet search of “Historic Recurrence” gives inquiring minds a shovelful of philosophical theories from those old-timey Greeks such as Polybius and Dionysius. And some great thinkers later on — Machiavelli and Nietzsche, among many — picked up on those same vibes leading to the perception that world events years apart can be strikingly […]
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Keeping Up With the Kings During Pandemic Downtime
There’s a severe shortage of hockey during the COVID-19 health crisis, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing going on in the puck world. With that in mind, and in case you missed it, we’re here to catch you up on a little bit of this and a little bit of that from the Los Angeles […]
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Kings’ Assets Point to Bright Winning Future
When the NHL shut down in the middle of March due to COVID-19 pandemic fears, the Los Angeles Kings were the hottest team in the league with a seven-game winning streak. It was a huge surprise. Not long before that, the Kings were treading water, frantically trying to stay out of the crypt. After 70 […]
Kings’ 2019 Draft Class Catch-Up
The Los Angeles Kings desperately need an infusion of offense if they want to thrust themselves out of the NHL’s pile of bottom feeders. That’s one reason they selected Alex Turcotte with the No. 5 overall choice in 2019. But there are other needs the Kings tried to address by reeling in eight others from […]
Kings’ Stadium Series Jerseys Harness Los Angeles’ Aviation History
There is something utterly fascinating about flight and what it has meant to U.S. history and the protection of our land from coast to coast. It’s easy to picture those early pilots with goggles and a scarf fluttering off to the side in the wind as well as those who came later and braved the […]
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Kings’ 3rd Period Rally Is Too Little, Too Late
Two one-goal losses in a row on the road would drive most coaches mad. And while Los Angeles Kings coach Todd McLellan appears to have retained his sanity, he nonetheless is frustrated. McLellan loves the comeback they made in Thursday’s 4-3 loss to the Florida Panthers, but it’s how things began that was irksome. For […]
Kings’ McLellan Enthusiastic About Intensity Ahead of Lightning Game
Progress is sometimes hard to see if a team is losing. As the losses pile up, negativity sets in. Not so with the Los Angeles Kings, who are coming off an intense 2-0 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday. The Kings’ Silver Is Not Really a Shade of Gray Coach Todd McLellan had his […]
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Kings Blast off From Rock Bottom in Pacific
Going into Thursday’s game, the Los Angeles Kings were dead last in the Pacific Division. No more. A dominant 5-2 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights in Sin City not only pushed the Kings up one notch in the standings, it ended a three-game skid and may also have ignited a new trend of going […]
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