Last Week Today: October 26 A compilation of things that occurred this past week (from Monday to Monday).
Kings Weekly: Jim Fox takes NHL physical ICYMI: Here's a small taste of what the players go through during training camp.
LA Kings : Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down With JD Stylz A look back on the previous week (and a half) - what was awesome, what was not.
PODCAST 086: THAT WINNING FEELING I have been terribly lax in linking Thx Bud so I am making up for it by demanding you listen to their latest podcast.
KINGS AT OILERS: A SIDESHOW IN ALBERTA Diane Phan shows us some shenanigans in Edmonton.
In Other News
Sergei Gonchar Named Penguins’ Defensemen Development Coach The former Pittsburgh dman has joined the coaching staff.
Watch: Panthers ready to take next step A video interview with Willie Mitchell about the Cats' season so far and his former roommate Aaron Ekblad.
Getting players to play, not think, a major challenge for new NHL coaches An illuminating read into why teams with new coaches don't always seem to show vast improvement right away.
NHL Power Rankings: Ducks panic move would be a mistake Anaheim firing their coach would be a very bad idea.
All-Time Monarchs: Rich Clune A profile of the fan-favorite winger during his time in New Hampshire.
30 Thoughts: Flames willing to deal, but is anyone else? Elliotte Friedman's wonderful weekly column.
Women's Hockey Life
Chelsea Laden Victorious in Her NWHL Debut with Connecticut Whale Helping the Whale remain undefeated, Laden was fantastic in net on the road.
Kelley Steadman contributes to Buffalo Beauts franchise history with first goal The American forward made NWHL history and her goal spoiled a different kind of history.
New women's hockey league is a real pro for players such as Jenny Scrivens Helene Elliott's interview with Jenny Scrivens about the NWHL and how women are getting paid to play.
Women's Hockey Notebook: Making dollars and sense of the NHL's lack of involvement The NHL would prefer to "stay out of it" until the CWHL and NWHL can prove their own financial viability, but will need to get involved sooner than later if women's hockey is actually to grow.
CWHL Three Stars: Calgary thumps Boston; Wickenheiser scores first point The Blades are struggling but not because of the third star on this list.