With Jarret Stoll out of the lineup for Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals, attention shifted to potential lineup changes and the how the absence of a veteran, two-way center would affect the club. As expected, Darryl Sutter indicated that Brad Richardson would re-enter the lineup. Richardson has appeared in one playoff game thus [...]
Darryl Sutter, on the faceoff challenges in Game 1: “Other than Richie, it was the lowest-percentage total we had all year for a game. When you have – really, counting Jeff, you have four veteran centermen in your lineup, so they have to make that adjustment. Jarret was getting kicked out. It’s an adjustment, obviously. [...]
Courtesy of TSN, here’s something to soothe some of your nerves on the eve of Game 1.
It’s a down-to-business episode of FrasCast today as Los Angeles Kings center Colin Fraser articulated his thoughts on the shortened season, ways to increase scoring, the outlook of the team heading towards the final game of the season and the playoffs, and some brief thoughts on the 9-14 Toronto Blue Jays.
Colin Fraser spoke for several minutes with LAKings Insider and The Mayor John Hoven following the team’s morning skate at the Honda Center on Sunday. I would normally transcribe these quotes, but because there’s some good personality expressed here, a heavy amount of Darryl Sutter quotes to sift through and the need to write a [...]
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 [...]
Kelly Hrudey is being honored on Legends Night at Staples Center this evening, and after this morning’s skate I chatted with British Columbia native Colin Fraser to learn about of some of his legends growing up, as well as playing against a particular Calgary Flames icon who will oppose L.A. tonight. We also discussed ways [...]
On FrasCast: Volume 4, Colin Fraser discusses Thursday’s loss to Dallas while previewing the two upcoming home games against the Calgary Flames. Instead of Toronto Blue Jays updates, we shift the conversation to the best TV shows to watch while on the plane (for people who don’t have quotes to transcribe). I’ll also be posting [...]