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The Orange Update:
Jonathan Bernier was drafted 11th overall in 2006 by Los Angeles (AP Photo/Mike Fuentes) 48 hours after the Stanley Cup Finals conclude, the National Hockey League’s buyout period will begin. After that point, teams will have the opportunity to buy out up to two players. By doing this, depending on the player’s age, the management [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
With just under 12 million of salary cap space available, the Los Angeles Kings have a total of 11 players from this past season's roster who are free agents.
Eight of those players are restricted free agents and the Kings have the right to match any potential offer that another team would present. Other free agents like Rob Scuderi, Dustin Penner and Brad Richardson are unrestricted...
The guy has a point. The Kings’ Dustin Penner continued his well orchestrated use of social media on Wednesday when he perfectly described a MLB bench clearing brawl. Penner has the resume to be an expert on the subject which you can look at HERE.
Well played, Dustin.
Does anyone else laugh watchin bench clearing brawls in baseball?”that wasn’t very nice! I’m gonna pull...
Toward the end of their title defense, the Los Angeles Kings were spending a lot of time on the training table. Captain Dustin Brown was playing with a torn ligament in his left knee, just one of several injuries that became public knowledge after the Stanley Cup champs were eliminated by the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference finals.
Gregory Campbell broke his right leg...
By Mike Prince (@Mike_Prince21)
When Jonathan Bernier was selected by the Los Angeles Kings with the 11th overall pick of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, he was viewed as a future No. 1 goalie.
Unfortunately, for the Canadian-born goaltender, Jonathan Quick, selected by the Kings in the third round of the previous year’s draft, turned into one of the best goalies in the...
In an effort to have some actual content on this blog during the Los Angeles Kings off-season (*offer does not apply to actual new content*)... I've decided to start a TRH Throwback Thursday™ where we look back at some of the best TRH posts from this past season and beyond. And while last night we all were enjoying the amazing 3 OT Stanley Cup Final game... let's not forget...
from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
• If the Blackhawks are unable to re-sign him, and I’m not saying they won’t, but if Bickell does end up in the market, keep an eye on the Montreal Canadiens. GM Marc Bergevin knows Bickell from Bergevin's days in the Chicago front office and was part of the scouting staff that recruited Bickell. I’m told the Habs covet Bickell, who...