Tag Archives: Los Angeles Kings

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Four

Daniel Corrigan | January 30th, 2020

Sup? Welcome back. I had a very ok record last time. I went 3-3 and still stayed at .500 on the 2020 campaign. I LOVE the board this upcoming next few days. So I’m back a little early for some picks.

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Los Angeles Kings All-Decade Team

Nick Jehamy | January 23rd, 2020

We have hit 2020 and with the turn of the new decade, we here at The Scorecrow are putting together our All-Decade teams for each franchise. So who made the All-Decade team for the Los Angeles Kings? Let’s take a look.

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What each NHL team is wishing for in the New Year

Nick Jehamy | January 1st, 2020

Happy New Year to all! With the new year and new decade here and the season just about halfway over, let’s take a look at what each team is wishing for in the new year as the second half of the season commences. Continue reading

The NHL Weekly Roundup: Week 9

Nick Jehamy | December 22nd, 2019

The NHL Weekly Roundup is back again as we witnessed another amazing week in the NHL full of big performances, upsets, and sadly… injuries. If you took my advice for games of the week you saw David Perron score a hat trick in a 5-2 St Louis Blues win over the rival Colorado Avalanche. In the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 victory over the Calgary Flames, we were treated to seeing Evgeni Malkin score his 400th goal. Finally, the New York Islanders vs. Boston Bruins didn’t disappoint as the match had to be settled with a shootout in which the Islanders took the victory. Now, let’s hit around the rest of the league, here are my three stars of the week. Continue reading

Pat Maroon- St. Louis’s Hometown Hero

Tom Greene | June 13th, 2019

On April 23rd, 1988, the dream of hoisting a Stanley Cup in St. Louis became closer to reality, but nobody knew it. This was the day Pat Maroon was born. In the time before Maroon could play hockey, the Blues were met with success as well as failure. Let’s break down how Pat Maroon and his St. Louis Blues brought the cup home, looking from the Blues and then Maroon’s perspective.

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Arbitrator Makes Decision On Slava Voynov

Carson Babbini | May 30th, 2019

Last week, the entire NHL world was sent into a tailspin as a decision came down from arbitrator Shyam Das on the suspension of former Los Angeles Kings defensemen Slava Voynov after a domestic violence charge back in 2014.

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Washington Capitals Acquire Carl Hagelin

Carson Babbini | February 21st, 2019

For the second time this year, veteran forward Carl Hagelin is on the move as it was announced today that the Washington Capitals have acquired Hagelin from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for a 2019 third round pick and a conditional 2020 sixth round pick.

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Nate Thompson Traded to Canadiens

Jeremy Guerin | February 11th, 2019

The Los Angeles Kings have continued on their quest to rebuild.

This time, it comes via a trade that sends Nate Thompson and a fifth-round pick to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for a fourth-rounder.

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Rangers and Kings far away from Stanley Cup finals from 5 years back

Filip Canda | February 4th, 2019

Tonight, we will see one special game in the NHL. The New York Rangers are hosting the Los Angeles Kings at the Madison Square Garden. At first glance, you would maybe think, that it’s not an attractive game at all. You would be probably right. Both the Rangers and the Kings are far away from the playoff contention. However, they played together in the Stanley Cup finals from five years back. Those times seem to be long forgotten by both fanbases.

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Toronto Maple Leafs Acquire Jake Muzzin

Carson Babbini | January 28th, 2019

The first big deal of the Trade Deadline season went down tonight as it was announced that the Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired defenseman Jake Muzzin from the Los Angeles Kings. In exchange, the Kings acquire right winger Carl Grundstrom, rights to defenseman Sean Durzi, and a first-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft.

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Pacific Division: An In-Depth Analysis

Carson Babbini | December 23rd, 2018

As the calendar flips over to 2019, the NHL season is heating up, and the division races are getting closer. One division that is tightly contested as we head into the new year is the Pacific Division. In our analysis of each division, it’s time to take a look at the Pacific Division.

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