When it comes to clutch playoff moments in sports, player/team celebrations are often as memorable as the highlights themselves. Los Angeles Kings defenseman Drew Doughty submitted an all-time classic last night after his team won the Western Conference with a Game 7 OT victory against the Blackhawks – by pounding the stanchion like a madman
Most people had the same reaction when they heard that a Kings fan was pressing charges against Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford, who the fan claimed squirted him with water during Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals in Los Angeles: Really? Come on. It would be dumb to file the report that 27-year old Clark
Canada easily handled Sweden in Sunday’s Olympic final to double up on hockey gold, and Drew Doughty – one of Canada’s standouts in Sochi – celebrated by giggling like a complete maniac.
According to L.A. Kings GM Dean Lombardi, the team has agreed to terms with Conn Smythe-winning goaltender Jonathan Quick for a 10-year contract extension. This is amazing news for the Kings, who have already set their sights on a repeat. It is apparent that Lombardi’s plan is to keep the team pretty much the same.
It’s no surprise that Jonathan Quick and his teammates have been on a bit of a roll ever since the Kings won the Stanley Cup on Monday night…and by on a roll, I mean consistently inebriated. First it was his drunken speech at the Kings rally, where he dropped a couple of f-bombs on live
With the Stanley Cup Final already two games underway, the end of hockey season is just around the corner. The Conn Smythe trophy is still up for grabs, and the list of candidates continues to grow. There are about 7 players at the moment that look to have a leg up on the rest of