Found June 14, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Rob Scuderi
TEAMS: Los Angeles Kings
Wanna repeat? Why not woo the best available D-man out there to ADD to an already stellar defensive system? If you can't beat 'em... join 'em. Doughty and Mitchell Weber and Martinez Greene and Voynov And yes, you would trade two time Stanley Cup winner Rob Scuderi for a left winger. (Scuderi's 3.5 mil plus Penner's 4.5 mil = Weber's 7-8 mil). Plus playing in front of the best goalte...

Dustin Brown's kids sip chocolate milk from Cup

Dustin Brown is the captain of the Los Angeles Kings, and he had his turn recently with lord Stanley’s Cup, but it was his kids who seemed to have the most fun with it. On Tuesday morning Dustin filled up the Cup with chocolate milk and let his two kids, Jake and Mason, take turns drinking out of it and blowing bubbles. This is a much more creative and wholesome use of the...

Finally, the frustration ends after 45 years

Dustin Brown had a moment of indecision. He couldn't seem to figure out exactly how to lift the Stanley Cup. Left hand on top, or right hand? Brown finally got it, and 45 years of frustration came out. Kings fans, who had endured the lowest of lows over the last five decades and were 19 years removed from their previous (and only) trip to the Stanley Cup final, roared their...

Will Zach Parise join the newly crowned Kings?

The Los Angeles Kings are the latest team to hoist the Stanley Cup. The victory parade hasn't even taken place and already rumors are surfacing about what the Los Angeles Kings may or may not do over the summer in terms of free agency. The Kings will have plenty of new revenue this summer if they are looking to expand their current payroll. The Cup victory should bring in a...

Jonathan Quick's kid certainly had a lot to say during the post clinch presser

Jonathan Quick's daughter Madison Mychal Quick at the post game 6 presser. Every time you check twitter or facebook, think -- gotta check Bob's Blitz. ** Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe, or Return... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Kings Fan Honors Fallen Scouts With Stanley Cup Champions Tribute at 9/11 Memorial (Photo)

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...

LA Fan Places Champions hat at WTC Memorial for 2 Kings Scouts Killed on 9-11

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.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Kings Win Cup

The Los Angeles Kings are the 2012 Stanley Cup champions.  As a Ducks fan, do you realize how difficult that is to say?  Then I remember what Anaheim did five years ago, earning their first Cup after only 13 years in existence.  Can't imagine what it would have been like to have to wait 45 years, like Kings fans!After losing two games in a row to the New Jersey Devils, including...

Parise Is The #1 UFA Target For the LA Kings

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, These Kings have no intention of winning just one Stanley Cup. They want more. And they are not in any kind of salary cap conundrum, the way past winners have found themselves . They won’t have to dish off quality players - or any players really - the way the Chicago Blackhawks did after winning two years ago. And while they won’t say so...

What’s Next For The Kings?

from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail, In 2004, the Tampa Bay Lightning were celebrating a warm-weather Stanley Cup championship in the same way that the Los Angeles Kings are today. But once the NHL endured a full year on the sidelines thanks to a contentious labour dispute, general manager Jay Feaster’s first order of business was to tear apart his team to comply with the...

Kings Take Stanley Cup on Whirlwind Tour of Late-Night Television (Video)

It's not often that a championship trophy is brought onto a late-night TV show. It's even rarer when that trophy shows up in two different shows on the same night. But when that trophy is the Stanley Cup -- arguably the most iconic championship trophy of the four major North American sports -- then apparently, anything goes. The victorious Los Angeles Kings took the Cup on...

Scoring, Scoring, and Scoring

Looking at the team that just won the Stanley Cup, the Los Angeles Kings, it was easy to see why they won hockey’s Holy Grail. They got great goaltending with Jonathan Quick, got timely goal scoring up and down the lineup and played terrific defense. This is what teams in hockey need to do to win and the Kings did it to a “T”. Looking at the New York Rangers, the team has...

Watching The Stanley Cup Final In Canada

from Bruce Dowbiggin of the Globe and Mail, As expected, the Los Angeles Kings win over the New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup Final was an unloved puppy for many Canadian TV viewers. With no Canadian team in the Final this year (after Vancouver’s record-setting run in 2011) the Kings/ Devils drew an average audience of 2.67 million over the six games. Understandably it was down...

Steve Bernier Assists The L.A. Kings To The Cup

New Jersey Devils forward Steve Bernier boarded Los Angeles defenseman Rob Scuderi. He hit him from the back, smashed his face into the glass and created a nasty cut on Scuderi’s mug. It was a five-minute major penalty and a game misconduct. It was just about halfway through the first period. It was also effectively [...]

Kings win the Stanley Cup

Los Angeles the city of glitz, glamour and many NBA championships can now say they are Stanley Cup champions after the Los Angeles Kings routed the New Jersey Devils 6-1 in Game 6.   The Kings scored three goals in the first period on one 5 minute major penalty to Devils Steve Bernier for boarding L.A. defensman Rob Scuderi.  Bernier was given a game misconduct for the severity...
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