Found February 08, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
On December 1st, Florida winger Sean Bergenheim deposited his shoulder into Mike Richards head. A good check? Maybe. But when Richards went after the Finnish Flake not only did he NOT answer the challenge, he threw a cheap shot elbow to Richards head which left him with a concussion. During the game, the Kings had ample opportunity for revenge, but since it was a tight one goal game, the K...

Mike Richards To Host 2012 Charity Golf Tournament

(Kenora, ON) – Los Angeles Kings forward Mike Richards will host the third annual summer “Mike Richards Charity Golf Tournament Presented by RBC” at the Kenora Golf and Country Club on Thursday, July 12, with all proceeds benefit...

Budish, Bjugstad and Rau formidible for UM

MINNEAPOLIS Two are former Minnesota Mr. Hockey winners, the third might have been able to take home the same trophy if it weren't for an injury. All three players were selected in the top three rounds of the NHL draft and were among the top high school recruits in the country their senior seasons. Each of them could have ended up in various parts of the country, but Zach...

Clifford, Penner key Kings' win over Lightning

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The Los Angeles Kings are nearly unbeatable when scoring at least three goals. Too bad for them it's happened only 16 times this season. Kyle Clifford and Dustin Penner had second-period goals to lead Los Angeles past the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1 on Tuesday night. Anze Kopitar also scored for the Kings, who are 15-0-1 when scoring three goals or more. Jonathan...

Matthew Barry: Dean Lombardi Sticks His Foot in His Mouth Again

“The question about the rentals is just the price. If you look back, and you take all the deadline deals — just look at them and line them up — you’ve got all kinds of juice on deadline day, but how many of them have really effected the team? There’s this perception of all this juice and action, then you look at what really happens." - Dean Lombardi...

Kings Try To Halt Skid, Face Lightning

The Kings have not started their current six-game road trip on the right foot. They lost back-to-back games against the Blues and Hurricanes to start the trip and will try to rebound tonight when they face the Tampa Bay Lightning.Jonathan Quick had the night off during the Kings' 2-1 loss to the Hurricanes, and will likely be back between the pipes for the Kings, starting his...

TRH Gameday 55 - Florida Panthers: Gone Yay

Game #55 LA KINGS 26-18-1062 pts7th in Western ConferencevsFLORIDA PANTHERS24-17-1159 pts9th in Eastern Conference Kings Lead Season Series 1-0 4:30pm, Bank Atlantic CenterTampa Bay, FL BEST PLAYER TO WEAR BOTH COLORS: BEST OPPOSITION BLOG:Litter Box Cats It's time to play America's (and certain parts of Canada) new favorite Game Show!!! WHO! DOES! SIMON GAGNE...

Clifford, Penner push Kings past Lightning

Kyle Clifford and Dustin Penner had second-period goals to lead the Kings past the Lightning 3-1 on Tuesday night.

Kings find some offense in 3-1 victory over Lightning

Kyle Clifford, Dustin Penner and Anze Kopitar score as the Kings improve to 15-0-1 on the season when finishing with three or more goals.TAMPA, Fla. — The Kings are nearly unbeatable when scoring at least three goals. Too bad for them it has happened only 16 times this season.

Slow starts have hurt Florida Panthers

Like most teams in the National Hockey League, the Panthers are more comfortable playing with the lead and have been very successful in games in which they have scored first.

Caps blank Panthers, snatch 1st

WASHINGTON (AP) Playing with a sense of urgency usually attached to a playoff game, the Washington Capitals needed only 13 seconds to take the lead in their first-place showdown with the Florida Panthers .

Los Angeles Kings (25-18-10) at Tampa Bay Lightning (23-23-5), 7:30 p.m. (ET)

The Kings have struggled to score goals over the first two games of their season-long road trip, failing to earn a point despite excellent goaltending.

Florida Panthers (24-16-11) at Washington Capitals (27-21-4), 7 p.m. (ET)

Another battle for first place in the Southeast Division is on tap tonight, as the Washington Capitals host the Florida Panthers at the Verizon Center.

Vokoun (42 saves), Caps blank Panthers at home

Mathieu Perreault scored with 13 seconds elapsed, Alex Ovechkin had two goals and the Washington Capitals beat the Florida Panthers 4-0 Tuesday night to take over first place in the Southeast Division.
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