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Who is the biggest loser of the 2011-2012 season? – Jack Johnson

Now that we are a couple of days removed from the hoopla of the LA Kings hoisting the Cup on home ice and players forgetting they are on nation TV while launching in to profanity laden incoherent speaches (http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/six-favorite-things-kings-stanley-cup-parade-230523060–nhl.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter) I … Continue reading

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King Win Cup – first win for the franchise…and other stories

 The LA Kings won their first Stanley Cup in the team’s 45 years history.  A big congratulations to them, they were definitly not a fluky 8 seed that squeeked through.  They were the best team in the league throughout the … Continue reading

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Game 6-here we go!

Tonight has a game seven feel. The tension is there. Look for a big battle from the top lines head to head. You gotta pick the kings until the lose game seven. I used to watch Zach Parise in high … Continue reading

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Rick Jeanneret to join Hockey Hall of Fame

Check out this article on the Buffalo News for the hometown take on Friday’s Hockey Hall of Fame announcement. http://www.buffalonews.com/sports/sabres-nhl/article893878.ece The Hockey Hall of Fame announced yesterday that Buffalo Sabre’s longtime broadcaster Rick Jeanneret will be taking his formal place … Continue reading

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Back from Injured Reserve

Tonights prediction is that the Kings will close out the series tonight.  Cyotes will put up a fight for sure.  I think an overtime game is likely, with the Kings prevailing in the end.  Look for Dustin Brown to have … Continue reading

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