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Kings Links - Trevor Lewis Superstar/Stigma

Trevor Lewis scored! And Ben Scrivens posed an important question to his twitter followers.

Chris LaFrance-USA TODAY Sports

American hero and sniper, Trevor Lewis comes up clutch in big game situations. Also, Ben Scrivens is amazing, though you already knew that. So I added some links he's been tweeting out the last couple of days.

Kings News

The Next Step Former LA King Noah Clarke helps families and kids figure out how to make a decision on the next part of their hockey careers.

LA Kings Insider

MARTINEZ’S VERSATILITY A VALUABLE ASSET Playing on his off-side has been critical to the Kings finding success so far this season.

DOUGHTY AND THE EVOLVING, VERSATILE MINUTES-EATERS The defenseman earned some high praise from his head coach.

OC Register

Williams, with bloodied eye, feels fortunate It makes me sad that Justin Williams won't play tonight. Even sadder about his streak but his current health is more important than anything else.

Thx Bud


KINGS AT STARS: IT TURNED OUT ALRIGHT IN THE END Even though you've already read Eric's great recap, read Diane's for her excellent usage of GIFs.

Manchester Monarchs

Facebook - 2014-15 Masked Madness - Round 2 Vote for goaltender prospect Patrik Bartosak's sick mask in the AHL's mask competition.

In Other News

New York Times

A Natural Fix for A.D.H.D. An opinion piece on how to fix Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder.


What Is Stigma? An important question that a non-profit group tried to answer.

The Score

VIDEO: Young fan fist bumps all the Bruins Switching gears a little here, this is incredibly adorable. I love the reactions the little kid gets from some of the players.

PHOTO: Blackhawks unveil Winter Classic jersey Yawn. Even Jonathan Toews is unimpressed.

On context: The NHL's all-minus team would be nothing but a positive Bourne tries to put plus-minus into an understandable context.

Awful Announcing

BOB COLE, STILL DOING IT HIS WAY, BABY A nice feature story on Bob Cole. Incredibly, he still gets nervous before broadcasts, even after doing it for over 40 years.