LA Kings Committed A Major Blunder With Slava Voynov, But So Did Some Fans

  LOS ANGELES — As reported on Twitter, at virtually the same time, Orange County Register reporter Rich Hammond and LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen, followed a couple of minutes later by NHL.com writer Curtis Zupke, suspended Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov skated with teammates during the team’s game-day morning skate on December 2... Continue Reading →

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Sloppy Play Proves Costly For LA Kings At Phoenix On NHL Video

The Los Angeles Kings picked up right where they left off on October 21 at Phoenix, where sloppy, careless play proved costly in a 4-2 loss to the Coyotes. Against the Carolina Hurricanes on October 20 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Kings were able to get away with the lackadaisical play and poor... Continue Reading →

A Lot Of Nerve-Redux

Two seasons ago, when the Los Angeles Kings raised ticket prices by an average of 7.5 percent, even though they had given loyal fans nothing in terms of success on the ice, I wrote in an op-ed piece: “The Los Angeles Kings and the Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), headed by Philip Anschutz and Tim Leiweke,... Continue Reading →

The Real Problems Facing American Newspapers

LOS ANGELES — On February 29, the Daily News announced the layoffs of 22 “...reporters, photographers, editors and library and clerical staff...” in their newsroom, trimming their staff down to one hundred. The layoffs, part of budget cuts that have been talked about for quite some time on LA Observed, are aimed at cutting costs... Continue Reading →

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