Jarret Stoll On Retirement: “I Knew What I Wanted To Do After Hockey…I Have No Regrets At All”

LOS ANGELES — As reported in this space on July 13, after playing seven seasons and winning two Stanley Cup Championships with the Los Angeles Kings, center Jarret Stoll became, in large part, a victim of the National Hockey League salary cap—given other priorities, the Kings could no longer fit him under it. “It was... Continue Reading →

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What’s It Going To Take For The LA Kings To Make The Playoffs By The Numbers, April 6, 2015

LOS ANGELES — After a 2-1 come-from-ahead shootout loss at Vancouver on April 6, the Los Angeles Kings lost ground in the Western Conference playoff race. Here’s the latest numbers and projections for the teams still battling for a playoff berth in the West: With the win over the Kings, the Vancouver Canucks now have... Continue Reading →

Devin Setoguchi Brings Veteran Experience to ECHL’s Ontario Reign During NHL Lockout

ONTARIO, CA — While the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players Association continue to waste everyone’s time with ridiculous, embarrassing posturing and bickering, players have gone overseas to play in European leagues and Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), while others have managed to sign on with minor league teams in North America.... Continue Reading →

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