1. Stanley Cup Predictions 2012: 4 Reasons Why New Jersey Will Come Back Against LA

    Despite being down 2-0 in the Stanley Cup Finals to the Los Angeles Kings , the New Jersey Devils have some impressive things to lean on as they look to crawl back into the series tonight at the Staples Center...

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  2. Los Angeles Kings: 5 Ways LA Can Close out Series

    The Los Angeles Kings are on the brink of finishing off one of the most impressive postseason performances in the history of professional sports...

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  3. Martin Brodeur and the Top 5 NHL Unrestricted Free Agents over the Age of 35

    With the NHL free agency signings only a month away, several players will be looking for new contracts. According to quanthockey.com , the Colorado Avalanche had the youngest team during the 2011-12 season posting an average player age of 26...

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  4. NHL Trade Speculation: Where Will LA Kings' Dustin Brown Go over the Summer?

    Just before the February trade deadline, the Los Angeles Kings were more than willing to part ways with their two-way forward Dustin Brown . As we've seen, that trade never happened and the Kings couldn't be more happy...

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  5. 5 Reasons the Los Angeles Kings Have to Be Confident in a Cup Victory

    When the playoffs began, the Los Angeles Kings were looked at as a seed-filler for the Vancouver Canucks to dominate...

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  6. Stanley Cup Predictions 2012: Dustin Brown Will Come Up Huge for LA Kings

    When people have discussed the Los Angeles Kings ' success this season, Dustin Brown has always been in the shadows...

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  7. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: 5 Players Who Need a Big Final Series

    The Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils playing in the Stanley Cup Final was about as unpredictable as the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album...

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  8. NHL Playoffs 2012: Los Angeles Kings Are Four Wins Away from Cup Glory

    The Los Angeles Kings don't seem to care about any team standing in their way. Top-seeded Vancouver : check. No. 2 St. Louis: check. No. 3 Phoenix: check...

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  9. LeBron James Can't Win, Even If He Wins a Championship

    This just in: a lot of people don't like LeBron James . There you have it, the secret is out. Despite his three MVP awards, his success on the court and his multiple endorsements ...

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  10. Kerry Wood Calls It Quits: A Sad End to a Once-Promising Career

    After a disappointing career that was full of such potential, Chicago Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood has decided to retire...

    Steven Slivka Written by Steven Slivka about 2 years ago 1,884 reads 14 comments

  11. Battle of L.A.: Ranking the Lakers, Clippers and Kings' 2012 Postseason Success

    In a city that has been defined by "Laker Gold" and "Dodger Blue," other notable Los Angeles teams like the Clippers and the Kings are giving L.A. the title of "postseason monster...

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  12. NHL Playoffs 2012: Quick, Smith Will Battle Between the Pipes in Western Final

    With the Western Conference finals all set, the goaltending matchup of the season will be on full display as the Los Angeles Kings and the Phoenix Coyotes square off for the right to call themselves "conference champs...

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  13. NHL Playoffs 2012: L.A. Kings More Dominant Than Ever After Sweeping St. Louis

    When the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs began, the Los Angeles Kings were a mere afterthought in the minds of hockey experts everywhere...

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  14. PGA Tour: Tiger Woods Downfall Is a Reality Fans Need to Accept

    To the dismay of an entire fan base revolved around one of the most popular athletes the world has ever seen, Tiger Woods is no longer the talent he had been for so long. Period...

    Steven Slivka Written by Steven Slivka about 2 years ago 1,536 reads 55 comments

  15. Kings Put Blues on Brink of Elimination After 4-2 Victory in Game 3

    Ladies and gentlemen, what you are seeing is no fluke. The Los Angeles Kings are for real. After their 4-2 win over St. Louis on Thursday night, the Kings put themselves one game away from advancing to the Western Conference finals...

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  16. NHL Playoffs 2012: LA Kings Dominate Blues to Prove They Are Cup Worthy

    On Monday night, the St. Louis Blues were handed a beatdown on their home ice by the new fan favorites of the NHL , the Los Angeles Kings . For a team that barely squeaked into the playoffs, L...

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  17. NHL Playoffs 2012: Kings Are Stanley Cup Contenders with Jonathan Quick in Net

    Without question, Jonathan Quick has been the MVP of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs so far. The Los Angeles Kings' phenomenal, young goaltender has turned heads on a constant basis by making highlight-reel save after highlight-reel save as L...

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  18. NHL Playoffs 2012: Capitals Shock Bruins in Game 7

    The seventh-seeded Washington Capitals , the team that struggled mightily throughout the year, fired their head coach mid-season, and headed into the playoffs with a rookie goaltender have knocked off the defending Stanley Cup champions...

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  19. NHL Playoffs 2012: Why Game 7 May Be Martin Brodeur's Last

    The end of a career for any illustrious player is always bittersweet. For those who grew up watching them, idolizing their every move for the sake of being able to emulate them in ...

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  20. NHL Playoffs 2012: Henrik Lundqvist Carries Top-Seeded Rangers to Game 7

    This was not supposed to happen to the Rangers . Ottawa was supposed to put up a pity fight for the sake of making the playoffs; not put the Eastern Conference's No. 1 seed one game away from elimination...

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  21. NHL Playoffs 2012: Bruins Top Caps in Overtime to Force Game 7

    As the Washington Capitals took the ice at the sold-out Verizon Center for Game 6 of the NHL playoffs on Sunday afternoon, they had but one thing on their minds: take care of business at home...

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  22. NHL Playoffs 2012: Braden Holtby's Huge Night Helps Caps Even the Series 2-2

    Twenty-two-year-old Braden Holtby is barely old enough to legally drink in the United States. But make no mistake, the Washington Capitals ' rookie goaltender is playing well beyond his years...

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  23. Cory Schneider Comes Up Huge as Vancouver Canucks Stay Alive Against Kings

    This NHL postseason has been almost exclusively about goaltending; or lack thereof. Martin Brodeur has been benched, Mike Smith got rocked and Marc-Andre Fleury and Ilya Bryzgalov ...

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  24. Marc-Andre Fleury Is the Main Reason for Pittsburgh Penguins' Struggles

    The Penguins say they aren't blaming Marc-Andre Fleury for the 3-0 hole they've dug themselves into against the Flyers , but let's be honest: Fleury has a goals-against average of 6...

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  25. Dustin Brown's Grit Proves LA Kings Have What It Takes to Win the Stanley Cup

    After Dustin Brown rocked Henrik Sedin 's world with a clean forearm check in the second period of Game 3, Kings fans around the country were taken back 20 years to none other than Mark Hardy...

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