Category Archive: la kings

Memory Lane

I just found out this morning that I’ll be seeing every single one of my all-time favorite hockey players next week.  It’s odd because 2 out of the 4 are retired.  As I… Continue reading

A Player’s Blindside Hit

After last night’s premiere of ESPN’s 30 for 30 “Broke,” I thought I would republish an article I wrote a while back on professional athletes going broke.  When I first released it, it… Continue reading

It Takes a Village To Make a Hockey Team Work

After I tweeted the attendance for the Devils game last night, I got an onslaught of tweets basically laughing at the Devils, almost in a ‘kick us while we’re down’ kind of fashion. … Continue reading

Final Season

Every summer I contemplate whether I’m going to return for another season or not.  I tinker with it and then decide I’m not ready yet.  But this time, my intuition is saying that this is… Continue reading

Dustin Brown: NHL Foundation Award Winner

Dustin Brown was not an easy person to book in Las Vegas.  He wanted to spend some quality time with his wife for the first time in a long time, so trying to… Continue reading

The California Tour of Duty

A week goes by and I can barely remember what happened…must have been all those Mai Tais! But let me start from the beginning… Up before dawn (4:00 a.m.), I took the local… Continue reading

The Day After

There are a few items I’m going to discuss today…all hockey related. {Please forgive me if today’s post seems random and all over the place…the past couple of days have been mentally draining.}… Continue reading


I’m breaking the Kovalchuk ban today for a reason. I had a nightmare last night about something I know about his trip to Los Angeles. I wasn’t going to say anything because the… Continue reading

Isles Are Now In The Mix

Late last night, the New York Islanders threw their name into the mix for the teams interested in signing Ilya Kovalchuk. But their offer was the most shocking offer of all. Going based… Continue reading

What Would You Do To Land the Most Prized UFA?

The #1 UFA approaching the market is none other than Ilya Kovalchuk. While most people think that Kovalchuk will sign in the KHL (because who wouldn’t want to be paid an exorbitant amount… Continue reading

A False Hope

If anything, hockey should not be predictable. If it does become predictable and you can throw in the word “ugly” to a win…something needs to change. Friday night, the Devils got lucky in… Continue reading