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The more we see former Calgary Hitmen goalie Martin Jones, the more speculation swirls that they might keep him as Jonathan Quick’s long-term understudy and they might try to see what Ben Scrivens, whose contract is up at season’s end (he’ll be an unrestricted free agent), fetches at the deadline. Jones can go back to the AHL when Quick (groin) returns and Scrivens, who has done a great job, can stay on — for now.
- Drew Doughty is a rock-hard six-foot-one and 208 lb. now, but he was somewhat beefier at a time in his last junior season. “He weighed 248 pounds,” said one NHL team head scout. “He lost a lot before the (NHL) Combine (where all the top prospects are on display).”
- Jordan Staal looks like a shadow of his Pittsburgh Penguins checking-centre self in Carolina. He was in the ideal situation there in Steeltown, but he hasn’t given the Hurricanes a lot of bang for the buck at $6 million per season in salary. The Hurricanes may also have thought that Jordan could maybe push ...
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Socialite Paulina Gretzky will turn 25 on Thursday, December 19. Please see below for Gretzky’s measurements and personal information. Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Height / Weight: 5’8” / 125 pounds Eye color: Brown Hair color: Blonde Bra size: 32B Adult relationships: Gretzky cuddled with Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll. The frisky Californian eventually axed...
The Los Angeles Kings carried a 3 game winning streak into their 4 game road trip last week and were able to build on that streak adding 3 more wins. The Kings have played some of their best hockey as of late and have climbed up the standings in the Pacific Division. The Kings currently sit in 2nd, three points behind the Anaheim Ducks. The winning formula as of late for this Kings...
You could almost see Anze Kopitar drooling from the press box.
The Kings star, one of the very best players in the NHL, took the opening faceoff against Jean-Gabriel Pageau, who was skating in his 19th regular season game.
Also on the ice was Senators defenceman Cody Ceci, who was suited up for his second.
If Kopitar thought he was being disrespected, the feeling had to last only...
In overtime of their November 12 game against the Buffalo Sabres, Jonathan Quick suffered a Grade 2 groin strain, and was expected to miss six-to-eight weeks. Despite struggling to regain his 2012 playoff form, his absence was considered a potentially devastating one just a few months after trading away Jonathan Bernier.
The Kings, who sat in fifth in the Pacific Division prior...
The Kings scored three times in the first period and held off a push by the Senators to earn a 5-2 victory on Saturday at the Canadian Tire Center, extending their winning streak to six and sustaining several other noteworthy streaks.
It was the 18th consecutive game in which the Kings gave up two goals or fewer, and the 18th straight in which they did not surrender a goal in the...
Week Twelve of the NHL season is upon us and so it’s time to once again update our Fantasy Hockey rankings. These rankings reflect a standard ESPN.com league that uses “Goals, Assists, Plus/Minus, Average Time on Ice, Penalty Minutes, Power-play points, Shots on Goal, Wins, Save Percentage, and Goals against Average.
We encourage you to leave us comments and questions at the...
A visit from the Edmonton Oilers could be what the Los Angeles Kings need to bounce back from their first defeat this month.
The Kings look to get back on track while trying to continue their recent success against the lowly Oilers on Tuesday night.
Los Angeles (22-8-4) recorded at least three goals each time while winning its first six games of December, but it was held to 22...
Martin Jones made 24 saves for his third shutout in five games, and the remarkable rookie led the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.
Dwight King and Jordan Nolan scored during another dominant night for Jones, who became the first goalie in Kings history to begin his career with six consecutive victories. Edmonton couldn't solve Jones...
Welcome to the NHL, Martin Jones.
Ben Scrivens couldn’t play every game for the Kings. Scrivens made 10 consecutive starts after No. 1 goaltender Jonathan Quick suffered a groin injury Nov. 12, but Jones finally got his chance to make his NHL debut Tuesday against the Ducks.
Dwight King scored the only goal in a nine-round shootout to make Jones and the Kings 3-2 winners in front...
The answer is not Jonathan Quick. He has been the third-best goaltender on the Los Angeles Kings this season. He is 10-5-0 this season, but with just so-so ratios: 2.35 goals-against average and .905 save percentage. Ben Scrivens opened the season as the back-up. When Quick suffered his groin muscle injury, Scrivens moved into the starting role. Overall he is 7-2-4 with a 1.56 goals...
NEW YORK (Dec. 16, 2013) – Washington Capitals right wing Alex Ovechkin, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Martin Jones and Nashville Predators goaltender Carter Hutton have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Dec. 15. Continue reading "Stars Of The Week"
Washington Capitals right wing Alex Ovechkin, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Martin Jones and former UMass Lowell River Hawk and current Nashville Predators goaltender Carter Hutton have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Dec. 15. Carter Hutton (third star) went 3-0-0 last week with a 1.33 goals-against average and a .960 save percentage to lead...