Kings Links - A Win!; Gordie Howe's Health

Kings snap their losing streak and Gordie Howe isn't doing well.

You can argue the merits of the Los Angeles Kings' OT win on Saturday in Eric's game recap here. Also, Mr. Hockey isn't doing so well.

Tweets of the Game: #StollOne Snark! Humor! Puns!

LA Kings Insider

MARTINEZ EXPECTED TO MISS ONE WEEK, PER LOMBARDI The puck moving defenseman had surgery on Friday following Thursday's abysmal showing. But the injury is not serious.

WAKING UP WITH THE KINGS: NOVEMBER 16 Rosen's thoughts on Saturday's game (spoiler alert: He really liked it).

NOVEMBER 15 POSTGAME NOTES With 107 regular season wins, Sutter tied Bob Berry for the sixth winningest coach in Kings history. He's just about halfway to Andy Murray's win record (215).

Thx Bud

DUCKS AT KINGS: THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Once again, Diane makes excellent usage of GIFs.

PODCAST 063: CONTROL YOUR THIRST Listen, laugh, love.

Manchester Monarchs

Nick Shore named CCM/AHL Player of the Week The 22-year-old center had an outstanding week potting three goals and four assists for seven points in four games.

In Other News

Fear the Fin

TROY GROSENICK SHINES IN NHL DEBUT AS SHARKS WIN The kid was an absolute stud in yesterday's game.

The Score

NHL Power Rankings - Week 7 "Devan Dubnyk has emerged as the potential savior of the Coyotes season, just as we all expected. "


Gordie Howe in declining health The hockey legend recently suffered another stroke and his health reportedly "has taken a turn for the worse." Get well soon, Mr. Hockey.


NHL Weekend: Let’s Get Mediocre! The good, the bad and the meh.

The Pink Puck

Ducks Scratched by Panthers The Florida Panthers absolutely creamed the competition in this game. Bruce Boudreau's face was up to strawberry level by the start of the third period.

Boston Blades Sweep Toronto Furies In CWHL (Canadian Women's Hockey League) news, the Boston Blades had two games against their archrival, the Toronto Furies. US Olympian Hilary Knight contributed with four assists while Canadian Olympian Genevieve Lacasse allowed only two goals in her start on Saturday.