[Memorial Cup] So if I understand this correctly...

If St. Johns beats Kootenay tomorrow, then St. Johns clinches first and Kootenay cliches last, so Kootenay is out and Mississauga and Owen Sound are set to play the semi-final game. But before...

Kings Depth Chart (4): Offensive-Minded Defensemen

How many of these guys can be on one team at one time? Three? Four? If a player is an offensive weapon and is physically punishing, and smart, does a team need a third-pair of lurching...

Prospect Notes - Glowing praise from Toffoli's coach

I stumbled upon a great write-up on Tyler Toffoli on the Hockey's Future message boards. The writer, who goes by the name Tonellisghost, says he has worked for or played for the Ottawa 67s,...

Random Thoughts on the Kings' 50-Contract Limit

As you probably know, each NHL team has a limit of 50 SPCs (standard player contracts) it can carry at any one time. Players under contract who are playing in Europe (e.g. Oscar Moller, starting...

Memorial Cup Starts Today

First, here's a nice summary of what and who to look for in the Memorial Cup. Follow the link for more analysis.  SenShot’s Memorial Cup Preview " SenShot | An Ottawa Senators Blog The Memorial...

Kings Depth Chart (3): Bottom-six Wingers

Right Wings (Wayne Simmonds) -- obviously, Simmonds will get a new contract and continue at RW3.  Kevin Westgarth -- yes, he did well(-ish) in the playoffs, but I don't know if that justifies him...

Rink Royalty on Moller's Swedish Vacation

  Bye-Bye Moller " Rink Royalty | A LA Kings Blog Say goodbye to Oscar Moller, and say goodbye to his potential 20 goals for next season. [...] While the Kings will retain his rights, I’m betting...

Kings Depth Chart (2): Bottom Six Centers

Here's the same (as the last post) little map of the lines and "boxes" for the forwards: Penner/Smyth - Kopitar - Williams/Brown Smyth/Penner - C2 - Brown/Williams LW3 - C3 - Simmonds LW4 - C4 -...

Hockey's Future Ranks Kings Prospects #1

Junior prospects for LA Kings have shown immense growth during 2010-11 season - Hockey's Future Four of the team's six junior forwards led their respective teams in scoring, not including top...

Moller opts to play 5,531 miles away from Terry Murray, and who can blame him?

How can the clock be ticking for Moller, when he's ahead of pretty much everyone on this list at ages 18-22? I'm not saying he's better than these players. I'm saying he's already played nearly 100 games at an age when most of these guys hadn't set foot on NHL ice yet.

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