Found June 16, 2012 on
Barry Melrose Rocks:
Congratulations to the Los Angeles Kings and their Stanley Cup. I hadn't got a chance to say that on this site quite yet, and I offer many apologies for that fact. Since I have been working on a Los Angeles Kings/Star Wars motif for about 4 years (I think), the only way to properly show how happy I am for you is with a celebration. Of course, now that the post season is over, it's time to shave those Ewoks. Congratulations, Los Angeles. Go join Dustin Penner in some celebratory pancakes.
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LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Kings, the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions, have signed forwards Marc-Andre Cliche and Rich Clune to two-year contracts, Kings PresidentGeneral Manager Dean Lombardi announced today.
Cliche played in 72 games for the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League this last season. He recorded 41 points (17-24=41) and 35 penalty minutes while also playing...
Yesterday, the Los Angeles Kings celebrated their Stanley Cup win with their fans at the Staples Center.
Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick was giving a speech during the rally and might have forgotten that the event was being broadcast to television viewers.
Watch as Quick drops a series of F-Bombs in under a minute:
A KTLA television helicopter reporter mistakenly discussed his plans to cover the "Lakers victory parade" during a Thursday morning newscast when he meant to refer to the parade being held to honor the honor the Los Angeles Kings winning the NHL Stanley Cup.
Media outlets in the Los Angeles area are still coming to grips with having a championship hockey team, as...
Less than a week ago, the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup Championship in franchise history. Since then, the Kings have been busy showing Lord Stanley’s Cup the Hollywood lifestyle. From late night partying, to appearances on various late night talk shows the Kings have become Hollywood’s biggest stars.However, things did not feel official until the parade. The...
It seems that no Los Angeles Kings player can be on television anymore without dropping at least one f-bomb. Dustin Brown dropped one in front a live national audience minutes after the Kings won the Stanley Cup. But yesterday, Jonathon Quick upped the ante by dropping not one, not two, but three f-bombs within a minute of having the microphone passed to him.
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Congratulations to the 2011-2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings! I don’t think anyone really expects to see a team dominate their way through a postseason the way the Kings did…and they did it as an 8th seed. Kudos to the entire organization, from the top all the way down to the bottom. They were patient building this team and knew when to make a splash with some...
There weren't many people who weren't touched in some way by the horrific events of Sept. 11, 2001, and that goes for the sports world as well. The Los Angeles Kings lost a pair of scouts on that fateful day in 2001, as both Ace Bailey and Mark Bavis (a Massachusetts native) were on Flight 175 out of Boston, which was supposed to be set for a cross-country flight back to...
Garnet "Ace" Bailey and Mark Lawrence Bavis were Los Angeles Kings' scouts who were aboard United Flight 175 when it crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001....
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Hockey and vulgarity go hand-in-hand, but usually not on a loudspeaker for thousands of fans to hear. Don’t tell that to Jonathan Quick though.
Kinda disappointed this morning with the Stanley Cup champion L.A. Kings and their party yesterday at MGM Grand’s Wet Republic. Just when you figure there will be multiple photos of bikini tramps drinking exotic bottled water from Lord Stanley, the Kings go and have a massive sausage party. And we’re even more disappointed that the boys are all in a private pool without a bikini...
I honestly had no idea it would be like this. I figured the Los Angeles Kings would win the Stanley Cup and I'd be blogging non-stop about it until training camp starting in September. Don't get me wrong... this feeling I've had for the past 6 days is unlike anything I've ever experienced in my 25 years of being a fan of the sport of hockey. It's the perfect mixture...
Wow! Nice slight to the Los Angeles Kings and their Stanley Cup victory.
"We will probably be over the Laker's victory parade, Mark Kriski said.
The Kings were in on the Star Wars joke the whole time! And by that, I don't mean "the thing that I did where I wrote Los Angeles Kings into the script of Star Wars". I mean "the thing where they made three mediocre moves as a prequil to three tremendous movies".
Rules are Rules and Brendan Shanahan and his directors of player safety are nowhere to be found.
Such is the inconsistencies of Shana-Ban.
Okay, I know, they don't want to take away from the joy of the Stanley Cup, but it's almost a week later and its time for the league to do what they're SUPPOSED to do.
Jarret Stoll should be suspended for his blind side hit...
Wondering when the Sabres sign their equivaleyt to Anze Kopitar?
Here you go.
The Sabres have announced that they have signed their 2011 first round draft choice, uber Fiinn forward, Joel Armia.
I told you last earlier this month that Armia would be signing his ELC with Buffalo shortly. He's presently enrolled in his mandated military conscription service in Finland...