Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Kings prep for the Blackhawks with defenseman Rob Scuderi in the house

The Kings are halfway to defending their first Stanley Cup championship but before anyone can get too excited, they now have to find a way to defeat the President’s Trophy winning Chicago Blackhawks starting tomorrow afternoon at the Madhouse on … Continue reading

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Tony Granato speaks Penguins, Kings, and another run to a Stanley Cup

Tony Granato spent 7 years wearing the L.A. Kings sweater and that’s when I got to know the man who’s since gone on to become an elite NHL coach now as an assistant to another former So-Cal resident Dan Bylsma … Continue reading

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Jonathan Quick’s goalie coach speaks NHL Western Conference final

Thanks to a game 7 overtime win by the Blackhawks over the Redwings last night, the Kings know that they’ll be heading for Chicago to start the NHL Western Conference final series on Saturday. And after their first practice before … Continue reading

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Jonathan Quick and the Kings send the Sharks into the fishing season

Aaaaaaaaaaah…game 7’s! That’s what pro sports are all about and it was another classic one at Staples Center as the Kings got 2 second period goals from Justin Williams while goalie Jonathan Quick stopped 25 of 26 shots for a … Continue reading

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Don Mattingly talks Dodger baseball from every angle

The Dodgers started today with an extremely disappointing 20-27 record and in last place in the N.L. West 6 full games behind the co-first place D-Backs, Rockies and hated Giants. And their 7-14 record this month is on track for … Continue reading

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Heaven just acquired one hell of a shooting guard in Flynn Robinson

He was known as ‘Instant Point’ as dubbed by the late great Chick Hearn, Flynn Robinson lost his battle with cancer yesterday at the age of 72 in Los Angeles. And how ironic that it was his only season in … Continue reading

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The Kings hit the Sharks right in their mouths and never got bitten back

The big game 5 (which was played more like a game 7) goes to the Kings 3-0 over the Sharks in a hard-fought war that saw L.A. win the battle in many ways including out-hitting San Jose 51-24 and 35 … Continue reading

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