November 4, 2008 |
7:30, FS West Site -- Staples Center. Radio -- 1150, 830. Records -- Kings 3-6-1, Ducks 7-5-1. Record vs. Ducks --1-0. Update -- The Ducks have earned points in seven straight games (6-0-1), the longest active streak in the NHL. The Kings, meanwhile, have been juggling lines. Oscar Moller will skate with Alexander Frolov and Jarret Stoll, and defenseman Peter Harrold will stay at forward with Patrick O'Sullivan and Brian Boyle. Forward Matt Moulson was sent to minor league Manchester.
December 15, 2009
Kings tonight AT EDMONTON When: 6:30 PST. Where: Rexall Place. On the air: Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 21-11-3, Oilers 15-13-4. Record vs. Oilers: 1-0-0. Update: This will be the second stop on the Kings' three-game Canadian trip. Though temperatures are predicted to be frigid, Kings center Jarret Stoll, a former Oiler, is eagerly anticipating the visit. "My sister just had a baby about a month ago and she's bringing her baby.
September 14, 2006 |
Patrick O'Sullivan lay on his back, limbs up, looking like a turtle trying to right himself, unable to wipe clean that lobe-to-lobe grin. A heartbeat earlier, he had chipped the puck into the net during one of his first unofficial workouts with Kings teammates. Good times lay ahead. This is the new kid on the ice block.
January 4, 2009 |
All the diagrams coaches draw on dry-erase boards to illustrate their game plans, all the hours they spend analyzing opponents' breakout patterns and penalty-killing schemes -- all of them can be a complete waste of ink and breath. Sometimes what it takes to win is guts, guile, and a goaltender whose assurance is growing as rapidly as his save percentage.
March 21, 2008 |
* Carolina 2, at Florida 1 (SO): Sergei Samsonov and Eric Staal scored in the shootout for the Hurricanes. * Montreal 4, at Boston 2: Alex Kovalev had two goals to help push the Canadiens back into first place in the Eastern Conference. * at Ottawa 3, St. Louis 2: Jason Spezza scored his 31st goal and Martin Gerber stopped 24 shots. * at Pittsburgh 4, Tampa Bay 2: Evgeni Malkin had a goal and an assist for the Penguins, who have won four of five.