Found April 14, 2013 on The Hockey House:
The Kings wrapped up a mini two-game homestand tonight with a game against the Anaheim Ducks, and coming off a 3-2 shootout win against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday, Darryl Sutter made no changes to the lineup. The Kings may have won their last game, but they barely did, as they played a poor game [...]

Steve Palumbo: Playoffs: CHECK Kings: Tonight Division: NEXT

The Anaheim Ducks will be in the Stanley Cup playoffs this spring; that much we know for sure. The Ducks clinched a spot on Friday night when the Red Wings fell to the Western Conference-leading Blackhawks in the skills competition. Anaheim failed to qualify for the playoffs last season making this feel that much sweeter. This is the Ducks sixth appearance in the last eight...

Steve Palumbo: This Ducks Team Can Win it All

If there is one thing to say about the 2012-13 Anaheim Ducks it is that they are a resilient bunch and it takes a whole lot to ruffle their feathers. Even after a lackluster 4-1 loss to the 30th-place Colorado Avalanche, it is very easy to simply move on. Let us be realistic, the Ducks missed a golden opportunity to punch their ticket to the postseason on Wednesday night with...


We are winding down the regular season, and Brigitte from One Girl, One Puck is back with an all-Anaheim Ducks edition of her demented look at the LA Kings opponent for tonight's game... something we like to call "Know Your Opponent." Don't worry, LA Kings fans... Brigitte loves it when you boo her. So go for it! Click Here to Read the Know Your Opponent...

Andy Roddick, Bobby Ryan Among Athletes Stunned by Guan Tianlang’s One-Stroke Penalty

Guan Tianlang may be the youngest golfer ever to compete in The Masters, but that doesn’t mean the officials at Augusta are going to take it easy on the youngster. The 14-year-old was given a one-stroke penalty for slow play at the 17th hole — a penalty that hasn’t been handed out on a PGA Tour since 1995 — and is now dangerously close to the cut line. Tianlang’s impressive...

Kings Down Ducks 2-1

It may have been the Ducks and Kings final meeting of the regular season, but chances are good that the teams could meet again this year in the playoffs.   If they do it can only intensify (if that is possible) the rivalry between the two teams. The Ducks may have defeated their up the freeway neighbors on earlier in the week, but on Saturday, it was the Kings turn to take...
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