1. NHL Playoffs 2012: Unpredictable Doesn't Begin to Describe It

    Hockey is a sport that’s much different than the other North American major sports. It has three periods. It’s played with skates. It’s played on ice...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about over 2 years ago 367 reads 0 comments

  2. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: The Keys for a Kings Victory in Game 2

    Today is April 13 th , 2012. It’s Friday, yes Friday the 13 th . For those that believe in luck, it’s either a really unlucky day, or a maybe it’s a lucky one...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about over 2 years ago 382 reads 2 comments

  3. NHL Playoffs 2012: Flyers, Predators and Especially the Kings, Oh Yes!

    The first night of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs seemed to have it all. Anyone unfamiliar with playoff hockey should have tuned in Wednesday April 11th. They would've gotten a feel of the tournament that's played to win Lord Stanley’s cup...

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  4. NHL Playoffs 2012: Cancucks vs. Kings a David vs. Goliath Series

    Everyone has heard of a trap game, but could this be a trap series for the Vancouver Canucks ? Vancouver is favored in their first round series against the Los Angeles Kings ...

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  5. Here's 1 Key for Los Angeles to Beat Vancouver, and It's a Quick One!

    The 2005 NHL Draft is one that will be remembered mostly for Sid the Kid, who has done everything we knew he was capable of. Most people know about No. 87 and his accomplishments...

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  6. Bears vs. Raiders: No Love from National Media? Shocking

    Yesterday I found myself sitting in section 218 at the O. That’s the O.co Coliseum for the Oakland Raiders vs...

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  7. NHL Trade Deadline Looms: Is "The One" Available For The LA Kings?

    Who is the one? Who is the Neo in the NHL trade market that the Kings are after? Does he exist or will Dean Lombardi stand pat on the market because it just doesn’t ...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about almost 4 years ago 1,464 reads 4 comments

  8. NHL: Trades and Playoffs and the LA Kings, Oh My!

    The Los Angeles Kings came into the 2010-2011 season with higher expectations then they’ve had in a long time. They made the playoffs and took Vancouver to a six-game series that could have gone either way...

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  9. Raiders Shocked By Chargers, But Ultimately Drain Bolts' Power

    Over the past few years the Raiders ' slogan of "Just Win, Baby" has been mocked and ridiculed but not actually used much...

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  10. Oakland Raiders: Time to Just Win Baby, Isn't It?

    It’s time to just win baby. Former Denver offensive coordinator and now head coach Gary Kubiak comes to town Sunday and brings his high powered offense...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about 4 years ago 1,060 reads 32 comments

  11. Tom Cable: Love Him or Hate Him, He Is the Oakland Raiders Coach

    Since being beaten by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl following the 2002 season the Raiders have struggled. Struggled is not the proper word to describe how the Raiders have played but we will go with it...

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  12. Bruce Gradkowski: Is Bruce Truly Almighty for the Oakland Raiders at QB?

    On Sunday the Oakland Raiders began the day believing they could end the day 1-1 and back on track. They were playing at home against an opponent who like them selves is young and still developing...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about 4 years ago 1,281 reads 38 comments

  13. Oakland Raiders: It's Only One Game, People

    I woke up on the morning of September 12th early and excited. 10:00AM local time could not come soon enough. A number of friends were coming over to take in the first game of the new season...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about 4 years ago 716 reads 32 comments

  14. JaMarcus Russell Is Out: Is It the Right Decision?

    It's being reported by multiple news outlets including ESPN and NBC Bay Area that JaMarcus Russell has been released by the Oakland Raiders. This comes as a surprise to some but not to others...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about over 4 years ago 104 reads 3 comments

  15. Kings-Avalanche: Drew Doughty Fires Shot Heard 'Round the Hockey World

    A couple of weeks back, my son came to me and said he had a project due for school. He’s 12 years old and in sixth grade. The project is titled “Wax Museum...

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  16. LA Kings, Dean Lombardi, How About a Three Team Option For Kovalchuck?

    Is it time for a three team deal to land Kovalchuck in Los Angeles? The Kings are in the middle of a playoff chase. The Thrashers likewise are in the playoff chase. The Kings want Ilya Kovalchuck...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about almost 5 years ago 224 reads 0 comments

  17. Olli Jokinen to the Rangers: Why Can't the Big Center Seem To Stick?

    Olli Jokinen was traded again Monday in a four-player deal with the New York Rangers aimed to shake things up in the face of a 1-7-2 record over the Flames' last 10 games...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about almost 5 years ago 862 reads 7 comments

  18. Through It All, Remember: Kovalchuk Is Not Ovechkin

    The NHL trade deadline is looming. The list of potential shoppers and buyers is being debated. The list of players changing teams is being discussed...

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  19. The NHL, Time to Get The Puck Rolling

    In September 2004, the NHL locked out its players in a work stoppage. The lockout ended up lasting the entire 2004-2005 season. It was the first time a major professional sports league in North America cancelled a complete season for a labor dispute...

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  20. Oakland Raiders: Where Do They Go From Here?

    The off season is officially under way for the Oakland Raiders. What lies ahead, and what should be the goal of the off season? The first step is resolving the coaching situation...

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  21. LA Kings in the Hunt, Don't Hit the Panic Button

    Last night I sat on my couch and watched the LA Kings lose to the Sharks in a 2–1 heartbreaker. It was the third straight loss and seemed to generate as much frustration on the ice as it did in my living room...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about almost 5 years ago 168 reads 1 comments

  22. New England Patriots a Victim of Their Own Hype

    Yesterday I woke up early and planned for a full day of playoff football. I am a regular attendant at the church of the NFL. I sit in the Black Hole during the year when the Oakland Raiders are playing home games...

    Mike Miller Written by Mike Miller about almost 5 years ago 365 reads 34 comments

  23. Drew Doughty Looking Like Superman for the L.A. Kings

    At the end of the 2007-2008 season the L.A. Kings ended up in a tie for last place in the league. As always, there was a lottery for who would gain the first overall pick. Like any sport the first overall pick is coveted and generally for a good reason.

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  24. The Raiders Have a Fever, and the Only Prescription Is More Bruce Gradkowski

    On April 28, 2007, I woke up early, made a pot of coffee and got my typical Saturday chores done early. This was NFL draft Saturday. I am a football junkie and lifelong Raider fan. The Raiders owned the No...

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  25. Young NHL Stars Meet Up for an Epic Early Season Battle

    Thursday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, one of the early season battles will be held for on-ice supremacy. The Los Angeles Kings will face the Pittsburgh Penguins...

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