Stars: Dallas Overcomes Vegas for Series Lead

The Dallas Stars were outshot 33-20 by the Vegas Golden Knights in Saturday’s Game Four of the Western Conference Final in the bubble, but they pulled off the win anyway and now hold a 3-1 series lead. Dallas won by a final score of 2-1. Alec Martinez opened the scoring for Vegas, while Joe PavelskiContinue reading “Stars: Dallas Overcomes Vegas for Series Lead”

Golden Knights: Vegas Uses Size, Skill to Prevail Over Chicago

The Vegas Golden Knights are the real deal, becoming the first team to advance to the conference semifinals in this year’s playoffs. Vegas eliminated the Chicago Blackhawks Tuesday, winning Game Five of their first-round series by a final score of 4-3. The Golden Knights were down two goals at one point but rallied for theContinue reading “Golden Knights: Vegas Uses Size, Skill to Prevail Over Chicago”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings

The Los Angeles Kings would rather forget all about last season. They finished with just 71 points, their fewest since 2006-2007, and bowled their way through a few coaches until settling on Todd McLellan. He was hired April 16 after the ejecting of Willie Desjardins, who was brought in to replace John Stevens after aContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings”

2017-2018 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings

The Los Angeles Kings have made a number of organization changes as of late, naming John Stevens as their new head coach in April and shuffling the deck in the front office to include Rob Blake as general manager and Luc Robitaille as club president. On the ice, the Kings will look largely the same.Continue reading “2017-2018 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings”