Helene Elliott Calls Out LA Kings Absentee Owner Philip Anschutz

In Thursday’s (April 9, 2009) issue of the Los Angeles Times, sports columnist and hockey writer extraordinaire Helene Elliott called out Los Angeles Kings’ reclusive owner Philip Anschutz in a big, big way. In an open letter to Anschutz entitled, Owner Phil Anschutz Should Take Kings’ Fate Personally, Elliott notes the poor performance of the... Continue Reading →

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From The Archives: Staples Center: Who, What And Where, Past, Present And Future

COMMENTARY/ANALYSIS: The following is a portion of an op-ed and analysis piece I wrote back on October 20, 1999, when Staples Center first opened. It was originally published on the Online Kingdom and is being re-published here as a response to what looked an awful lot like a paid infomercial advertising LA Live, the huge... Continue Reading →

Kings, AEG Sure Have A Lot Of Nerve-Redux

Editor’s Note: The following op-ed piece was originally published on June 30, 2006, the last time the Los Angeles Kings announced that they were raising ticket prices. It is being published once again strictly for background purposes since the Kings are once again raising ticket prices under similar (not the same) circumstances. It is not... Continue Reading →

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