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Royal Reflections: Speaking with LA Kings Alum Scott Barney

Image credit: Ryan Cowley
Original photo credit: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

When the Los Angeles Kings drafted him 29th overall in 1997, Scott Barney was on his way to great things. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case — at least not right away. Following his junior career with the OHL‘s Peterborough Petes, Barney moved onto the AHL‘s Springfield Falcons. However, since his ...

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50 Years of LA Kings Hockey: The Triple Crown Line

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Guess who’s back for an all-out attack and that all out attack is… well, by the ‘Triple Crown Line’! What a perfect hip-hop segue for us to jump back into our favorite time machines (I personally prefer the DeLorean, complete with a Flux Capacitor and a Mr. Fusion for the ...

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Royal Reflections: Speaking with LA Kings Alum Craig Conroy

Image credit: Ryan Cowley
Original photo credit: Noah Graham

If you watched him doing a post-game interview, you couldn’t help but think how likable he appeared to be. His friendly, approachable demeanor was contagious to anyone who met him and whichever team he played for, the fanbase was that much more thankful not only for his personality but for ...

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Hall of Fame Weekend a Special One for the LA Kings

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TORONTO – Every November marks a very special weekend in the hockey world, but that was especially the case for the Los Angeles Kings who saw three of their members enter the game’s Holiest shrine: the Hockey Hall of Fame. In 2016, former Kings’ equipment manager Mark O’Neill, former Kings’ ...

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Stuttering Didn’t Stop Either LA Kings Legend Dave Taylor or Yours Truly

Dave Taylor Photo credit: Rick Stewart/Getty Images Sport; Ryan Cowley Photo credit: Marc Lappano; Image credit: Chris Thomas

It is an affliction that has received some notoriety, but continues to leave many in the dark, and that is most evident from a personal standpoint. There are no universal explanations for these phenomena. For children, they can overcome it with early therapy. For adults, it is a chronic life-long ...

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