New On KingsCast: Episode 111 – LA Kings Post-Season Roundtable 2011, Part 4

KingsCast is back with the next installment in their Post-Season Media Roundtable 2011 with Part 4, in which members of the local media covering the Los Angeles Kings look at the team’s offensive and defensive structure, and the play of defenseman Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson. Some of the Kings’ young prospects are also discussed.

You can watch Episode 111 – LA Kings Post-Season Roundtable 2011, Part 4 below:

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5 thoughts on “New On KingsCast: Episode 111 – LA Kings Post-Season Roundtable 2011, Part 4

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  1. Love the roudtable stuff. I don’t completely agree on cutting JJ loose. I don’t think it would send the right message to the league, or the rest of the team either. Signing a long term contract is supposed to be for better or worse a security blanket that gives you perspective on where you stand with that organization.

    Trading him right after he signs long term would say, “if you sign long tearm, we can still change our mind and get rid of you, but sign with us long term anyway”, or “we offer no loyalty, or gratitude for your faith in this franchise, and just because we offered it, doesn’t mean we believe in you”. What’s the point in signing long term, and how do you convince younger players to stay in the future? or FA’s to come here?

  2. Gann,
    I don’t know if it’s the traffic, or my comments making me your albatross, but I’ve noticed that as soon as I comment, no one else does. If so I’m sorry for killing your fanbase. LOL

    I had stopped commenting so much during the regular season, but still love reading your commentary. It’s summer and I need more Kings hockey stimulation, but if it effects your fanbase let me know.

    1. Yeah, it’s you. :-) Seriously, it’s not. And…comment away! I’m taking a break for awhile…got life stuff to do. But I’ll be back with more content in a week or so. WIll resume the Pete Demers series, then there’s the draft, free agency, development camp…

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