Ilya Kovalchuk Meets The LA Kings Media…But Almost Didn’t

LOS ANGELES — Star forward Ilya Kovalchuk’s return to the National Hockey League officially began on July 1, when he signed a three-year deal worth $6.25 million per season with the Los Angeles Kings. But his introduction to the local media here in Southern California got off to an inauspicious start. Earlier in the week,... Continue Reading →


Bob Miller And Nick Nickson: 2012 Playoff Expectations Started Low For LA Kings, But Quickly Skyrocketed

FROZEN ROYALTY EXCLUSIVE: Even though only one pair of Los Angeles Kings broadcasters got to work throughout the playoffs this past season, they all had their own views on the Kings as they tore through the playoffs. But what is most interesting, although maybe not surprising, is that each of them had slightly different expectations... Continue Reading →

New On KingsCast: Still Waiting For Kovalchuk

The Ilya Kovalchuk Saga is still not over, as the National Hockey League has voided his 17-year, $102 million contract with the New Jersey Devils, and now the National Hockey League Players Association has filed a grievance against the league—they are now heading to arbitration. Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski of KingsCast began chronicling the... Continue Reading →

New On KingsCast: Waiting For Kovalchuk

If, like just about everyone else, you are sick and tired of the interminable Ilya Kovalchuk saga, the latest episode of Overtime by KingsCast is a must-see. In Waiting For Kovalchuk - A KingsCast Digital Short, Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski provide a humorous, but equally critical view of this huge mess. Highly recommended viewing!  ... Continue Reading →

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