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New (and old) From KingsCast: Heading Into The 2010 Off-Season

Frozen Royalty is a little late with this (more on that in the next entry), but Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski from KingsCast were very busy as the Los Angeles Kings’ season ended.

Korneluk and Kaliszewski wrapped up games 5 and 6 of the Western Conference Quarterfinal playoff series against the Vancouver Canucks in the latest episodes of Overtime by KingsCast: Read more of this post

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Frozen Royalty Audio and NHL Video: Vancouver Canucks End LA Kings’ Season With 4-2 Win in Game 6

LOS ANGELES — On April 25 at Staples Center, the Los Angeles Kings learned, in rather brutal fashion, that they still have a ways to go before they will be ready to inflict major damage on opponents in the playoffs.

Indeed, the Kings suffered a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks. With the loss, the Kings were eliminated from the Western Conference Quarterfinals in six games. Read more of this post

New On KingsCast: Looking Back At Games 3 and 4 on Overtime

In Overtime Episode 53 – Kings/Canucks Game 3 and Overtime Episode 54 – Kings/Canucks Game 4, Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski are back at it again, this time, reviewing Games 3 and 4 of the Los Angeles Kings’ Western Conference Quarterfinal playoff series against the Vancouver Canucks. Read more of this post

LA Kings: Drew Doughty, Jack Johnson Prove To Be Vancouver Canucks’ Biggest Problems

LOS ANGELES AND EL SEGUNDO, CA — With Game 4 of their Western Conference Quarterfinal playoff series against the Vancouver Canucks coming up tonight (April 21, 7:00 PM PDT at Staples Center), much of the focus has been on the Canucks’ inept penalty-killing, which has allowed seven power play goals on just twelve chances after three games.

The result: the Canucks are looking up at a 2-1 series deficit with a huge challenge ahead of them…fixing their penalty-killing woes.

But the problem for the Canucks is not just their penalty-killing. More to the point, their problem is two-fold and they go by the names Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson, the young studs on the Kings’ blue line.

Indeed, the twenty-year-old Doughty and the 23-year-old Johnson are still very young, relatively inexperienced defensemen. But in the three games played in this series they have totally outclassed the Vancouver blue line corps, contributed huge minutes in situations where they were called upon to shut down the Canucks’ top forwards, and they have been unstoppable on the power play. Read more of this post

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