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Palm trees and ice?

Earlier this week the Los Angeles Times reported that there have been discussions between the Los Angeles Kings and the National Hockey League over hosting a future outdoor game in the city, perhaps as an additional Winter Classic event. The Fourth Period also wrote in February of the possibility of... Read More
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AEG news shouldn’t affect Kings

With Thursday’s news that Los Angeles Kings owner Philip Anschutz would not be selling the Anschutz Entertainment Group, and that Kings Governor and AEG Vice President and CEO Timothy Leiweke would be leaving the company by a mutual agreement, I spoke briefly with Kings President of Business Operati... Read More
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Waking up with the Kings: March 15

-Of the Sharks’ four tallies last night, three had much to say about the momentum of the game: Brent Burns’ first period goal that negated a heavy Kings scoring chance discrepancy, Matt Irwin’s power play goal that made it 2-0, and the two-on-zero finish by Logan Couture 27 seconds into the third pe... Read More
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March 14 postgame quotes: Colin Fraser

On whether the hit he weathered was a “cheap hit”: "No, not at all. I mean, you’re allowed to hit. It’s the NHL. I’ve got to kind of put an onus on myself and know he’s coming, which, obviously I didn’t. I’ll take a clean hit. If it was the other way around, I would have been trying to hit him just ... Read More
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March 14 postgame quotes: Dustin Brown

On the loss to San Jose: “The last three games we’ve lost, we’ve been giving up four and five goals…A lot of games we win, 6-5. We’ve got to clean up our D-zone. We’re trying to climb out of four-nothing, four-one. It’s not an easy thing to do. At the end of the day, our goals against has got to co... Read More
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Behold: HP Pavilion

The formal name is HP Pavilion at San Jose, but this building will forever colloquially be known as the Shark Tank. The 17,562-seat home of the San Jose Sharks since 1993 could be considered a significant step up from Daly City's Cow Palace, the Sharks' original facility from 1991-93. This has not b... Read More
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Quick likely to start

As I noted on Twitter earlier today, Jonathan Quick left the ice first at the morning skate and is likely to start in net for Los Angeles. It would be his fifth consecutive start and the sixth consecutive game he has played. Quick is 8-4-4 lifetime against San Jose with a 2.52 goals against avera... Read More