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NHL Playoffs: Let the Real Kings Fans Enjoy This Moment

The L.A. sports scene has always been dominated by the purple and gold.

Sure there have been sprinkles of Dodger blue and Clipper Red along the way, but the Los Angeles Lakers have always been the kings of L.A.. But with the Lakers and Clippers exiting the NBA playoffs in the second round, L.A. fans haven't skipped a beat as they have  hopped on the bandwagon for the Stanley Cup. 

Rangers Coach John Tortorella Discusses Media 'Idiots' with NBC's Bob Costas

New York Rangers head coach John Tortorella has always been known for his colorful, and often aggressive demeanor during post-game press conferences.

Nobody is off limits, from referees to the occasional reporter who asks a question Tortorella deems unworthy of an answer.

Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Is Jon Quick One of the Best Playoff Goalies Ever?

Despite the fact that the New Jersey Devils outplayed LA in Game 2 on Saturday night, the Kings still managed to come out on top.  It was yet another reminder of the simple fact that no one can score on Jon Quick.

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.

Brown has taken full advantage of the "C" on his sweater this postseason by racking up 17 points in 14 games. Not to mention, he's been the proverbial stone in every opponents' shoe.

New York Islanders: End of the Line for John Tavares

John Tavares' campaign to reign supreme as a NHL 13 cover finalist came to a screeching halt Tuesday morning.

Buffalo Sabres: How to Succeed in the 2012 NHL Draft

The Buffalo Sabres were supposed to be an immediate playoff team after Terry Pegula took over last year. Unfortunately, it was more of the same for Sabres fans as the team missed the playoffs again in the 2011-2012 season.

Since the Sabres committed a great deal of money last season to Ville Leino and signing Drew Stafford to an extension, the Sabres would be smart to make moves throughout the NHL Draft.

Philadelphia Flyers: Claude Giroux Should Not Be the Next Captain

The Philadelphia Flyers cleaned house this past offseason moving, among others, Mike Richards, the team captain whose immaturity was said to have fractured the locker room and resulted in the Flyguys' second round sweep at the hands of the Boston Bruins to end the 2011 campaign.  

Heading into 2011-12 the Flyers placed an emphasis on leadership and chemistry.  

Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Reasons Playoff Loss Was Not Ilya Bryzgalov's Fault

Another Philadelphia Flyers playoff run has ended, marking the 36th consecutive season to end without a parade down Broad Street.  

Coming into 2011-12 the Flyers made big changes and exactly how the team would perform on the ice was unknown.    

However, after handing out a 9-year, $51 million contract to Vezina Trophy Finalist Ilya Bryzgalov, the goaltending was supposed to be the one constant for this young team in transition.  

Milan Hejduk Re-Signs with Colorado Avalanche Under One-Year Contract

Posted 05/18/2012 - 19:17 by HockeyPolls

Today, the Colorado Avalanche announced the signing of captain Milan Hejduk to a one-year contract worth $2 million.

Coming off the least productive season since his rookie career, many people thought that Hejduk could be about ready to hang up the skates and call it a career.  

Detroit Red Wings: What They Need to Do This Offseason

The Detroit Red Wings' season came to an early end thanks to the Nashville Predators. Although they did break the home-ice win record, it will most likely not be remembered.

The Wings showed their age. They looked slow and sluggish in the playoffs. A younger, less experienced team showed that it is possible to stop Detroit.

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