Should Former LA Kings Star Right Wing Dave Taylor Be In the Hockey Hall of Fame?

LOS ANGELES — Throughout the long history of the National Hockey League, there have been many players who became tremendous, well-known stars who continue to be such, long after their retirement, and the overwhelming majority of them are honored members of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Indeed, players like Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, Marcel Dionne,... Continue Reading →

Former LA Kings Star RW Dave Taylor: Sky-High Character On and Off the Ice

LOS ANGELES — When we last left this off-and-on series focusing on former Los Angeles Kings star right wing and former general manager Dave Taylor, we looked at his time with the Kings during the 1980s, especially the time he spent playing on one of the greatest forward lines in National Hockey League history, the... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Alex Faust: “It Wasn’t Enough To Be Here and Make It. I Want To Be One of the Best”

FROZEN ROYALTY EXCLUSIVE: Alex Faust, the Los Angeles Kings new television play-by-play voice, spoke with Frozen Royalty about his first season behind the microphone. Final installment of a two-part series. LOS ANGELES — Across the board, feedback regarding Alex Faust, the Los Angeles Kings first-year television play-by-play voice, was overwhelmingly positive. Indeed, as reported in... Continue Reading →

Professionalism And Pain: Bob Miller, Jim Fox Forced To Be Healthy Scratches During Most Of LA Kings Playoff Run

FROZEN ROYALTY EXCLUSIVE: As so many who follow the Los Angeles Kings are very much aware, their award-winning, highly-acclaimed television broadcasters, Bob Miller and Jim Fox, were forced out of the broadcast booth after Game 5 of the 2012 Western Conference Quarterfinals with NBC having exclusive rights to televise NHL playoff games from the second... Continue Reading →

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