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Los Angeles Kings
The 2014-15 NHL season is finally here! For those of you that stopped caring about hockey as soon as the L.A. Kings held the Cup above their heads just a few months ago, here’s a quick refresher course on what to know about the 2014-15 NHL season.
The Fox Business Network anchor is a lifelong LA Kings fan, living in New York as they play the Rangers for the Stanley Cup. Her kids are Rangers fans. So are many of her friends. Could life be more complicated right now?
After going down two goals to none to start Wednesday’s Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the N.Y. Rangers, things weren’t looking good for the L.A. Kings. But just like in previous series, the Kings fought back. They tied it up in regulation, before winning it in overtime on Justin Williams goal on goalie Henrik Lundqvists’s stick side.
Alec Martinez’s deflected goal in OT has Kings in Stanley Cup Final.
TSN, Canada’s ESPN, Made An NHL Parody Of The “Hangover,” And It’s A Perfect Example Of ESPN’s Flaws
Apparently Hockey And Soccer Aren’t Big Enough For The Champions To Get Their Own Separate Days At The White House
Among the perks of being a championship U.S. sports team: you go to the White House, where you can photobomb where you’ve never photobombed before, and also meet the president and stuff. It’s a day to be honored for all you’ve achieved, a day for you to stand out. Well, depending on what sport you play.
We’re not sure why Chris Paul so egregiously flopped during Clippers-Kings last night. DeMarcus Cousins didn’t do anything, the teams have no bad blood, and there’s no distinct advantage to a foul call (which didn’t come anyway). But what we’re left with is a pained look on Chris Paul’s face, a no-call, and something to rival the Chris Bosh timber flop.
Hockey players lay out to block shots sometimes, because placing your body in front of fast-moving vulcanized rubber is a thing to do in hockey. When Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings wound up for a slap shot in the second period last night, Matt Duchene of the Colorado Avalanche decided to sacrifice his body for the greater good. Too bad the puck hit him in the chin.