Anze Kopitar Goal Draws Great Reaction From Opposing Coach

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

The Los Angeles Kings continued their improbable playoff run Thursday night with a 2-1 win over the Phoenix Coyotes. The Kings now lead the Western Conference Finals series 3-0 and are an incredible 11-1 in the playoffs. While Los Angeles has mostly dominated the series to this point, Game 3 was ...

Phoenix Coyotes Goalie Mike Smith’s Ugly Slash on Dustin Brown

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

The NHL's Western Conference Finals series has gotten a bit ugly. The Phoenix Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings clearly don't like each other and it is starting to show. Aside from the normal chippy hits that happen from time-to-time, the Kings have certainly gotten under the skin of the higher-seeded Coyotes. ...

Phoenix vs. LA: Bettman’s Playoff Wet Dream Come True

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

  Back when I took my first sex ed class -- near the end of fifth grade, if I'm not mistaken, though they clearly jumped the gun by several years when it came to me needing any knowledge of the subject -- we were encouraged to anonymously submit questions to the ...

Los Angeles Kings: Anze Kopitar and His Sweet Short-Handed Goal

Monday, April 30th, 2012

On Monday night the Los Angeles Kings took it to the St. Louis Blues in Game Two of their Western Conference Semifinal playoff matchup. The Kings jumped all over St. Louis, shooting out to a 4-0 lead after one period. Anze Kopitar scored two of those goals, one of them coming ...

Drew Doughty Gets Paid

Friday, September 30th, 2011

The Los Angeles Kings and star defenseman Drew Doughty finally agreed to a deal late Thursday night that will keep the 21-year-old in Los Angeles for eight more years. Doughty is undoubtedly one of the bright young stars in all of hockey, and he was looking for a big payday. Well, ...

You Are Correct, Sir: Sports’ All-Time Great Sidekicks

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

On Tuesday, the world lost one of the most iconic sidekicks of all-time, Ed McMahon. Before he was peddling gold in Super Bowl ads, McMahon made his fame by sitting in the No. 2-guy chair next to Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show (and decades later in a bizarre talk ...