The Washington Capitals can both score and allow goals, and in an entertaining display of up-and-down playmaking, out-skilled and out-buried the LA Kings in the type of track meet game the visitors would have hoped to avoid. Los Angeles experienced defensive zone and transition lapses, but let’s face it, there was a pretty significant skill […]The post Waking up with the Kings: February 12 appeared first on LA Kings Insider.

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Ice rinks across the San Fernando Valley, longtime a locus of LA Kings fandom, have been in a state of flux for the better part of the last 25 years. The Ice Chalet at Laurel Plaza was hit hard by the Northridge Earthquake but didn’t meet its demise until 1995, a casualty of the shuttered […]The post Pickwick refurbishment part of warming hockey trend across the Valley appeared first on LA Kings Insider.

August! A time to unwind, take stock, to look reflectively towards a sunset amidst summer’s fading twilight. It is also a time when the news that Johan Södergran will play in North America rather than Sweden this season requires its own stand-alone story atop the page. Södergran, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound power forward, had been ticketed […]The post Södergran now North America-bound this season; refresher on Bjornfot, Fagemo appeared first on LA Kings Insider.

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The Minnesota Whitecaps have brought back an eighth member of their 2018-19 Isobel Cup-winning squad, and appear primed to make a legitimate stab at retaining their title. Word was released on the morning of Aug. 20, 2019 that veteran Whitecaps defender Chelsey Brodt Rosenthal had re-upped with the team. “My number-one fans are my family […]The post Whitecaps Bring Back Blueliner Brodt Rosenthal appeared first on The Hockey Writers.