Another night, another dirty hit. For his efforts, L.A. Kings forward Kyle Clifford's didn't receive a penalty for this dirty, bush league hit on Islanders defensman Johnny Boychuck.
Jason Zucker took out Kyle Clifford’s legs and was handed a two-minute penalty for tripping. As Clifford fell to the ice, his skates flew up and crashed against Zucker’s face. The situation looked grim, but remarkably Zucker escaped a serious injury and returned to the ice later in the game.
That was a close shave. (We’ll show ourselves the door)
According to Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider, Los Angeles Kings left wing Kyle Clifford has recently had wrist surgery. Coincidentally, the surgery was scheduled for June 24, the same day as fellow teammate Jonathan Quick. Clifford is supposed to be off the ice for 4-6 weeks for recovery, as reported by Mike Halford of NBC Sports.#146220540 / gettyimages.comAlthough it is currently...
Kyle Clifford and son. [Holdout Sports]Baby in rhe Cup? Baby in the Cup courtesy of Kyle Clifford pic.twitter.com/ndf2Mrig5y— Dennis Bernstein (@DennisTFP) June 14, 2014Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
Los Angeles Kings left winger Kyle Clifford celebrated the team's Stanley Cup victory taking a picture of himself with the trophy along with his infant son Brody sitting inside of the top of it.Photo via Twitter /@DennisTFP.Considering all the commotion going on, baby Brody seemed pretty peaceful.H/T LBS. This post appeared first on Holdout Sports. Follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
It wouldn’t be an official NHL championship without an infant being placed in the Stanley Cup trophy. After the Los Angeles Kings defeated the New York Rangers on Friday night, Kings forward Kyle Clifford volunteered his newborn son Brody to play the role of trophy topper. That kid was out like a light. Duncan Keith’s […]
LOS ANGELES -- Kyle Clifford scores goals about as often as it rains in Southern California.
The last time he did it was 2013. It might as well have been a lifetime ago.
But Clifford got one Wednesday in the Kings' Stanley Cup Final opener against the New York Rangers. A big one.
His goal late in the first period brought the Kings back from a 2-0 deficit and a lethargic start, beginning...
The second period of Thursday’s Kings-Bruins game at Staples Center was an exciting 20 minutes of hockey that included three goals and a fight between Boston defenseman Adam McQuaid and L.A. forward Kyle Clifford.
The bout started after Clifford delivered a big hit on Bruins center David Krejci along the team benches. McQuaid stuck up for his teammate and challenged the Kings forward...