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<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="If you missed the drama that took place in the final three minutes of OT between the L.A. Kings and Phoenix Coyotes last night, then you missed some solid entertainment. Moments before Dustin Penner netted the overtime winner, Dustin Brown made a "controversial" hit on Coyotes forward Michal Rozsival. There was no penalty on the play and the Phoenix Coyotes were so incensed that when it came time for the handshake line, Martin Hanzal and Shane Doan had some choice words for the Kings Captain. Brown didn't back down either, to the point where Mike Richards had give him a little shove and tell him to keep it moving. The handshake line is usually a time to congratulate each other on a hard fought series and put those personal feelings aside, but not this time:
In a post game interview, Phoenix goaltender Mike Smith eve...
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In a gesture of citywide solidarity, two pro teams that also play in L.A. tweeted congratulatory messages to the Kings for their improbable run to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Heartbroken, hurting, and frankly pissed off.If you look at the faces of this Phoenix Coyotes team, they were clearly upset by last night's outcome. This rag-tag bunch of veterans, journeymen, and a few choice young players capable of playing in such a demanding system, were all forced to pack their bags and start their offseason.The group of players currently assembled, we can...
After they were eliminated from the playoffs by the LA Kings, the Phoenix Coyotes once again distinguished themselves by crying about… wait for it… the officiating. Here are the comments of their captain after the loss: The NHL needs to … Continue reading →
Temperatures soared to near record highs Tuesday in Phoenix, where the mercury climbed to 107 degrees. But not even that desert heat is as scorching as the Los Angeles Kings when they take their act on the road. Granted, the Kings have been pretty good wherever they've played this postseason, rolling through the first three rounds of the playoffs in just 14 games. But when they...
<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="In an effort to straighten out all of the confusion lately, the L.A. Kings have put together a handy little information graphic, most likely directed at the local TV stations that have apparently not heard of the LOS ANGELES Kings...
The Los Angeles Kings are going back to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1993, when they lost the series 4-1 to the Montreal Canadiens.
With a roster tweaked with the acquisitions of Mike Richards and Jeff Carter, while retaining the core led by Dustin Brown, the later part of the season saw the Kings make a comeback to relevance from obscurity with...
The Phoenix Coyotes need to win, the LA Kings would like to win.
Game 5, just after 9:00pm ET puck-drop and can be viewed on NBCSN, CBC and RDS.
In the video below, Doug MacLean and Jeff Marek of Sportsnet discuss the series and tonight’s game.
What's to be said of this Los Angeles team that limped into the playoffs, and cruised to the Stanley Cup Finals in 14 games?
What's more impressive: That the Kings have scored goals at will after a season in which they couldn't buy one when they needed it most? Or, that Jonathan Quick has allowed 22 goals in the 14 games he's played?
What could be more remarkable...
The eight-seeded Los Angeles Kings were one of the final teams to make the NHL postseason. Now they are one of the last teams that remain after a 4-3 overtime victory on Tuesday sent the Phoenix Coyotes home packing and the Kings to their first Stanley Cup Final since 1993. Phoenix, who was trying to extend their season for a second straight game, fought hard and held leads...
The LA Kings defeated the Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 in Overtime last night to win the Clarence Campbell Bowl that is awarded to the Western Conference Champions. The Kings won the Western Conference Final in 5 games & never really faced a challenge from the Pacific Division Champion Coyotes.
In the conference semi-finals, the Kings swept the Central Division Champion...
It all started with an innocent late night tweet...
That's right. I had spent the better part of a few hours watching videos like this. And then... within seconds of posting that Tweet...
And then finally... just like he's been doing all playoffs long... Colin Fraser dropped some knowledge on our asses.
Colin Fraser tweeted at me. I could almost cry.
Last night, during the Coyotes game 5 loss to the Kings, Mike Smith lost his catching glove while L.A. was attacking and play continued because it was supposed to. Smith was pissed, of course, but the refs can't make up rules as they go. I suspect there will generally be two sides of this discussion: Goalies who want to be as protected as possible and forwards who, like me, pictured...
“I was watching the Rangers-Devils game [Wednesday night] and I’m thinking ‘I should be playing [Thursday] to see if I can play against them. ou think that after waiting so long [to win two playoff series] that a sense of accomplishment would be there. But if anything, the frustration is worse.
“Your goal is to win, to win it all. We thought we had a shot at it. But we...
Ron MacLean and Don Cherry discussed the first period of tonight’s game, discussed the issues with the benches being next to each other, Cherry takes a small shot at Pierre McGuire, talked Kings/Coyotes including the Brown hit and praise for Dean Lombardi.