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Is Darryl Sutter Molding, Motivating and Masterfully Manipulating Brayden McNabb?

My favorite thing about Darryl Sutter is that he plays chess, not checkers. Not only do I respect that, I can very much relate to it. 532 more words

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Frozen Royalty Video: Bad Start, Poor Defensive Play Costs LA Kings in OT Loss To Nashville

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LOS ANGELES — Matt Greene scored just 32 seconds into the first period to give the Los Angeles Kings an early lead in their matinee game against the… 348 more words

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Longtime Maine Printing Company Closes

Maine has lost another business related to the wood-products industry, a printing business.

Nick McCrea writes at the Bangor Daily News (BDN), “A 142-year-old Bangor-based printing company will close its doors for good on the last day of 2014. 312 more words

Kings get luckiest bounce of season, score on Brodeur from center ice

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In the third period of Thursday’s game between the L.A. Kings and the St. Louis Blues, Kings forward Dwight King took possession of the puck at center ice and simply lobbed the puck towards the Blues net.   151 more words

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Video: King scores on Brodeur from center ice, Kings beat the Blues

It happens. Even to the great ones.

L.A. Kings forward Dwight King beat St. Louis Blues goalie Martin Brodeur, with his 690 career wins in the National Hockey League regular season, from center ice in the third period of Thursday’s game. 143 more words

Leafs top Kings for fifth straight win

The Toronto Maple Leafs allowed a 2-0 lead to evaporate, but battled back to edge the L.A. Kings 4-3 in a shootout Sunday.

It’s Toronto’s league-leading 13th home ice win of the season. 208 more words

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Video: Sens' Neil suffers knee injury in loss to Kings

Chris Neil suffered a knee injury late in the first period of Ottawa’s 5-3 loss to the L.A. Kings Thursday night.

It’s not apparent when exactly the injury happened, but Neil got run over by Kings’ defenseman Brayden McNabb during his final shift. 55 more words

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