Kings Links - Game Day #2
Well here we are again on game day, this time versus the Arizona Coyotes.
Los Angeles Times
NLDS traffic jam concerns have Dodgers asking fans to arrive early Ok so it's more Dodger related than Kings related, but this is for all local fans who are planning on attending, well, either game, I suppose.
Milan Lucic defends hit on Logan Couture: 'I didn't cross any line' The burly left winger claims the match penalty came due to his reputation.
LA Daily News
Dustin Brown, Milan Lucic avoid suspensions for Kings Elliott Teaford has their reactions.
SJS AT LAK: 4 SIGNS THAT YOU’RE STILL NOT OVER YOUR EX Clearly, the Kings weren't over trading Martin Jones and Diane explains how.
LA Kings Insider
OCTOBER 9 MORNING SKATE NOTES The moment we've all been waiting for has finally arrived. Hopefully Darryl Sutter doesn't change his mind.
PLAYER SIGNING #LAKings have signed goalie Peter Budaj to a one-year deal worth 575,000 at the NHL level (100K minors, 150K guaranteed)— The Mayor John Hoven (@mayorNHL) October 8, 2015
#LAKings mgmt opted to send Lintuniemi to ECHL because 7 other D were ahead of him in AHL. He needs to be playing, not in/out of lineup.— The Mayor John Hoven (@mayorNHL) October 8, 2015
In Other News
Arizona Coyotes' Max Domi to make anticipated NHL debut Prodigy of Tie Domi, the young winger is set to make his NHL debut with the Coyotes tonight in the team's season opener against LA.
Video: Flyers, Bolts confirm 3-on-3 OT is pretty much the greatest thing ever It's fast and crazy and a damn delight to watch as a fan, though perhaps slightly less so from the players' perspectives.
A snap reaction to the 3-on-3 overtime based on last night at Amalie Arena Fun, fast, insanity. Read on to find out if the author enjoyed it.
Sports on Earth
A NEW ERA IN WOMEN'S HOCKEY Great story on how the NWHL is changing the landscape of women's hockey.
NWHL players tweet inspiring #TBT posts ahead of inaugural season From a dream to a reality, several players took to twitter yesterday to share some photos of yesteryears.
As NWHL debuts, salaries aren't women's hockey players’ only reward Greg Wyshynski's story about how the NWHL is now inspiring a new generation to be able to get paid to play hockey.
The New York Riverters' roster is officially set.
Meet your 2015-2016 #NYRiveters #ReptheRivs @NWHL_ #historybegins #historyisnow #october11th pic.twitter.com/l99LD3b478— New York Riveters (@NYRiveters) October 9, 2015