Sports Columnist, LA Times
Sports columnist for the LA Times. 2005 Elmer Ferguson Hockey Hall of Fame honoree.
latimes.com — With no major injuries on the back end, and no pressing strategic concerns, they relied on the same six defensemen, in consistent pairings, throughout the playoffs. "You just have a feel for what the other person is going to do and when they're going to do it," veteran Rob Scuderi said.
latimes.com — SAN JOSE - Neatly framed but almost forgotten, a front page from the San Jose Mercury News sits against the wall in a room above the Sharks' practice rink. The newspaper photograph depicts a coach and two players, and the headline is bold: "Contenders for the Cup."
latimes.com — Flawless at home and flawed on the road? Not quite. But the Kings already have lost three times on the road during the playoffs whereas they dropped just one road game through four rounds on their way to the Stanley Cup last year.
latimes.com — There is more than just a little bit of Ron Hextall living in the body of Kings goalie Jonathan Quick. That is, the once-hot-tempered goalie Ron Hextall, not the current calm corporate Ron Hextall, the Kings' assistant general manager, destined to run an NHL team some day.
latimes.com — SAN JOSE - When Kings defenseman Drew Doughty had his day with the Stanley Cup last summer, he held a party in his hometown of London, Canada, and encouraged guests to pose for photos with the gleaming trophy.
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