Last week the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, defeating the NJ Devils in six games in what was a very competitive series. The Kings have been in existence for nearly 45 years and before last week have never hoisted the oldest trophy in North American sports. L.A. has had [...]
Simon Gagne had not played in a hockey game since December 26, 2011.
Had he not played once during the Stanley Cup Finals, the Los Angeles Kings organization would have to petition the NHL to have his name added to Cup if they beat the New Jersey Devils.
With no clear explanation as to why he chose [...]
In the 2nd installment of my glimpse into the 2010-2011 careers of former Philadelphia Flyers, I am jumping into the Pacific Division, where the Flyers will be headed after they take on the Vancouver Canucks next week.
San Jose Sharks (18-11-5, 5th in the Western Conference and 10th in the NHL)
Give it up to goaltender Antero [...]