Game 1 “The hockey gods took care of us. They did. I mean, we played a great hockey game. Waking up tomorrow would have been a challenge if we didn’t win the hockey game today.” -Ken Hitchcock
Behold, the expansive landscape of Clark Avenue. If you are familiar with this blog’s “Good morning” series, you have seen all three of these landmarks before. Pictured above is the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse, the largest single courthouse in the United States (now – with American flag!). Pictured below, you have a parking garage [...]
The team arrived at its downtown St. Louis hotel amidst scattered thunderstorms and comfortable temperatures at roughly 4:35 pm after an uneventful flight. Most flights are “uneventful,” and that’s a good thing.
Matt Greene took the ice at Toyota Sports Center today, participating in drills with teammates in a green non-contact jersey for 20 minutes. General Manager Dean Lombardi indicated to LA Kings Insider on March 29 that Greene’s projected return was a month away, meaning there is a possibility he could return to the lineup late [...]
Until we’re able to reinstate yesterday’s posts, it’s business as usual at the traveling headquarters of LA Kings Insider. Looking southeast from the western Phoenix suburbs through the barren desert landscape, the University of Phoenix Stadium sits in the foreground of the wide Salt River Valley horizon. To the left, a corner of Jobing.com Arena [...]
There has been plenty to talk about in the State of Hockey this month with The University of Minnesota Women’s Ice Hockey Team winning its second consecutive national championship after completing a 41-0-0 season, three Minnesota schools qualifying for the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament, Edina High School winning the 2013 Class AA [...]
It’s back to business in downtown St. Louis for the Los Angeles Kings, who are scheduled to hit the Scottrade Center ice shortly after noon. There was some snow on the ground that greeted us upon our arrival yesterday afternoon, but most of it melted under mild temperatures that should creep up towards 50 degrees [...]
At what point of the Stanley Cup celebrations did you realize you’d be traveling to Washington, DC and visiting the White House? “It never entered my mind, really, because I was so wrapped up in the Kings finally winning a Stanley Cup and so many fans and all of us who had who had been [...]
Sometimes you eat the bear, and sometimes the bear, well, he eats you.
-Jonathan Bernier was the Los Angeles Kings’ best player on the ice in a narrow 3-2 win over the Phoenix Coyotes that stretched the team’s home record to 12-2-1. His ability to keep a goal-starved opponent off the scoreboard during a first period in which he faced 15 shots amidst an inevitable early-game Coyotes push [...]