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  • Sunday night, I was sure there would be at least one first round sweep (I thought for sure the Flyers would sweep the Penguins – their defense and goaltending hadn’t really shown up for the playoffs yet). The Pens proved me wrong in a BIG way.

    I thought 32 goals in 3 games was crazy, but (according to NBC Sports) 45 goals in the first four games of a playoff series is a record. Penguins fans are clearly not happy with the way most of those were scored, but at least it was a Malkin goal (yes, Malkin finally scored his first two goals of the 2012 playoffs tonight) that broke the record.

    Interestingly enough, though Bobrovsky played more minutes than Bryzgalov, their stats were even other than that. They each faced 18 shots and had 5 goals against (.722). I wonder how many time’s that’s happened in the playoffs (or any game, really).

    Who would have guessed that the Pens could win a game the way they played the first three games? True, they scored 5 goals in the one, but that’s hardly helpful when giving up 8 in the same game. I can’t wait to see what happens Friday night. I won’t be able to watch live, but I’ll avoid news and watch as soon as I get home. Now that Malkin’s started to score, can they pull off what only the 2004 Red Sox have done? Jordan Staal had a hat trick, too. Don’t want to forget to mention that important point, but Staal had 2 other goals in the playoffs before tonight’s game. Malkin had yet to score a goal. (Letang, Niskanen, & Sullivan also scored their goals of the playoffs tonight in Philly. Crosby scored his third of this year’s playoffs, and Dupuis scored his 2nd.)

    In the other potential sweep (Los Angeles could have swept Vancouver tonight), there were a couple key changes. It’s really hard to say which was more important or might have the potential to sway the series in the Canucks’ favor.

    1. Roberto Luongo hasn’t played since the Canucks left Vancouver. Cory Schneider replaced him in net for Sunday night’s game and though he lost the game, he only gave up one goal, which was a significant improvement over the first couple games. He got the only win for the Canucks in the 2012 playoffs so far and I can’t imagine him not playing when the Canucks return to Vancouver for Sunday night’s game 5.

    2. Daniel Sedin came back from his concussion tonight. He was only a few seconds shy of twin bother Henrik Sedin’s time on ice and had one assist. One assist may not seem like a lot, but I think getting Daniel back had to be a huge boost to the Canucks’ morale.

    I can’t believe we all have to wait until Sunday to see what happens in game 5 of this series. (If they’re still going, the Pens/Flyers will play their game 6 that day.)

    The other game of the night was actually the most interesting game and is the more interesting series (unless the Penguins or Canucks end up making the first NHL comeback from the 0-3 start). The Senators won in overtime to tie their series with the Rangers at 2 games.

    Home ice hasn’t been an advantage for most teams in the playoffs this year. More away teams are winning than home teams, which seems odd. It’ll be interesting to see if this trend continues for the rest of this round and into the second round of the playoffs.

    The only two series that seemed like they weren’t going to be very interesting got a lot more interesting tonight. The NBC Sports Network may not be making all the right choices where fans have been concerned, but they (and their advertisers) have to be thrilled with the way the 2012 playoffs are going so far – especially since local stations don’t get the next round at all. (Sad for fans, but good for the channel and national sponsors.) FSN Sports opted to play two early season baseball games (Angels and Dodgers) in the LA area instead of airing playoff hockey. It’s a shame, but money talks and sadly the first week of baseball commands more money in a 164 game season than playoff hockey in the LA market. :-(

    Enjoy the playoffs!

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  • I’m sure many Kings fans are wondering why they drove through LA traffic to get to Staples Center tonight. Though the announced sellout attendance (18,118) is definitely a stretch and was not all at Staples Center tonight, a lot of fans dealt with LA traffic to watch their team get shut out at home by the Coyotes tonight. I, personally, hadn’t been able to attend a Kings game in 2011 yet, since I was in Pittsburgh for the Winter Classic and then sick. I’m still fighting my cold, but thought I was healthy enough to head to LA tonight. Looking back on that decision, it’s too bad I bothered to drive from Orange County to LA tonight.

    I know the Kings and their fans are upset about the call on the first Phoenix goal tonight on the power play. Was the puck above the cross bar when it got hit? Possibly. Did the puck hit Greene’s glove? I’d say definitely not. Could either of those been determined 100% from Toronto (or anywhere else) given the angles one has to review a goal? Sadly, probably not. The angles FSN had didn’t tell us the answer – even when I re-watched them in HD when I got home. Had the goal been called no goal on the ice, they wouldn’t have been able to overturn that, either. I know Dean Lombardi has already spoken out about the call in Toronto and I understand his frustration. However, referees make mistakes on the ice all the time. This situation is one reason I really think there needs to be some sort of device in a puck that can tell you where it is at any given time, including when it’s hit or covered by a goalie’s glove and hidden from view inside the net. In a regular season game like tonight’s in LA, a bad call isn’t a big issue. However, in the playoffs calls can really make a difference in a series and it would be nice to see the NHL address this issue. Puck calls are critical in close games and something needs to be done to ensure the proper ruling can be made.

    Everyone can debate whether the 2nd Coyotes goal would have been scored without the potentially bad call on the 1st questionable goal all season. However, the hard fact is that the Kings needed to respond by stepping up their game, not coughing the puck up to allow an unassisted goal against them less than a minute after the call they clearly don’t think is fair. In the end, you can’t win without scoring a goal and the Kings had many power play opportunities they couldn’t convert. One goal against your team shouldn’t be the end of the world – especially less than halfway through a 60 minute game. Most fans know that when a team is winning, all the bounces seem to go their way. When they’re not, the bounces (and the calls) all seem to go against your team. Right now, that’s something the Kings fans are seeing the bad side of again. Sadly, they’ve seen the down side of that a lot the last few years.

    Frustration is something all Kings and their fans know very well right now and tonight was definitely no exception. When I talked to Kopitar about the upcoming extended road trip (the Grammy’s are coming to LA, as always at this time of the year), he said looking back to last year it’s satisfying to know that they were able to pull off some wins on the road then and that this year, “There’s no other way, we’re gonna have to do it. If we want to get into a good playoff mix, we’re gonna have to do it on the road.” He went on to say the Kings “definitely have the character, the personnel, the talent” to do it and that they’ll break through eventually. Their fans are certainly hoping it’s soon, since the Kings are running out of time to turn things around this season and everyone knows it. They need to break out of this cycle now.

    A side note about the standings and points for overtime losses… The Coyotes have lost 9 games in overtime or shootout situations this season. Until tonight’s game in LA, the Coyotes had actually lost one more game than they’d won (they’d won only 23 games and lost 24). Until they beat the Kings tonight, the Kings had more wins (24) than the Coyotes this season, yet the Coyotes were ranked 6th going into tonight’s game, while the Kings were sitting back in 12th. I’ve never agreed for giving points to a losing team. Perhaps it’s because I grew up with baseball as my main sport and there’s no such thing as getting a point for losing a baseball game – even if it goes to 22 innings. I don’t think one should get rewarded for losing and the difference in the standings between Phoenix and LA illustrate that perfectly.

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  • The Kings/Ducks games are always exciting. Though the teams haven’t really been ranked near each other for long in the standings and they’ve never made the playoffs in the same year, the Kings/Ducks rivalry has always been strong. FSN has been calling the series the Freeway Face-Off for the last couple years (one of my least favorites of the titles selected, but apparently enough fans liked it) and this year they have it sponsored by Subway. Being only a little over 30 miles apart (and 39 minutes according to Yahoo! Maps, though I can’t imagine getting from one to another in under an hour), it’s only natural that the rivalry between the Kings and the Ducks would be strong (especially since many Ducks fans were Kings fans initially and changed when the Ducks arrived in Orange County).

    Like all games within the division (and even in the conference for teams fighting for a playoff spot), last night’s game was a 4 point game for both teams. They could control a bit of their fate and the fate of someone else within their division. Many of us thought the Kings would lose the game when Wayne Simmonds’ penalty (and the subsequent Anaheim power play goal) seemed to change the momentum of the game in the Ducks’ favor. The Kings had a two goal lead twice in the game, but gave that lead up at the end of the first and second periods.

    The Kings’ top line has been having problems since Smyth got injured. Kopitar (leading the NHL in scoring at the time of Smyth’s injury in Florida) has only had one point this season with Smyth out of the lineup. Perhaps it’s the adjustment to Frolov’s style of play. But maybe Smyth deserves as much credit as he was getting for Kopitar’s elevated play this season. I really thought Kopitar was getting the raw end of the deal as everyone who talked about him being first in NHL scoring seemed to concentrate on his newest line mate. Since those of us out here saw first hand how Anze Kopitar improved his game and adjusted to the attention he’s been getting as other teams focus on the Kings’ top scorer, many of us thought Kopi wasn’t getting enough credit for his own success. I’d still like to see Kopitar prove the cynics wrong, but each game he goes without a goal or an assist has to put more pressure on him. It’s a tough situation for any athlete and I know Kopitar will fight through it. Kings fans are hoping he’ll do that soon.

    Fortunately, for the Kings, Simmonds, Handzus, & Parse seem to have clicked. Their line has done very well lately. Simmonds’ goal streak ended last night, but their line still scored. Other than Simmonds’ penalty, which was clearly a horrible penalty to take at a bad time, their line looked impressive offensively and defensively.

    When asked about his team being ahead of the Ducks in the standings, Terry Murray pointed out that it’s only December. He has a good point, since the standings will definitely change a lot before the playoffs start in April. I’m sure if you print the standings today many teams currently in playoff positions will not make the playoffs and visa versa. So, why do I frown when the Ducks (who have played 32% of their games this season) say the same thing? It’s easier to fall than it is to improve.

    Think about when you were in school. If you started off with a really bad grade in the first test, you’d have to struggle to get really high grades the rest of the semester to save your grade. It’s always more difficult to climb out of a hole than it is to get a losing streak and fall down in the standings. There are many reasons for this, but one of the most important ones for hockey is that you need the teams above you to do poorly at the same time you do well. Since you can only control your own team and not all the teams ahead of you (with the exceptions of the games you play against them), it’s very difficult to get out of a hole.

    I was discussing the Ducks’ situation with someone in the press box last night who argued that it’s still early. He argued that 70% is still passing in the NHL and that (unlike the MLB) half the teams (plus one) make it into the playoffs. This is definitely true, but in order to get a solid C at this point, the Ducks would have to win almost all of their remaining games. Even the best teams couldn’t win 50 of their remaining 56 games (which would only be 90%). It’s difficult to achieve and though everyone pays attention to how the teams do in March and April more, the games played in October and November count just as much as the games played at the end of the season.

    I understand not worrying about standings early in the season and not feeling secure if you’re solidly in playoff contention in December. Terry Murray has said he doesn’t look at the standings until the Christmas break (about halfway through the season). However, I don’t think I’ll ever figure out why teams aren’t worried if they’re at the bottom consistently early in the season. If you’re not looking at the standings, they’re still losing a lot more games than they’re winning. The Ducks are 10-12-4 in their 26 games. That’s not even at .500 by the current standards where you consider a overtime or shootout loss not counting against you in that situation. The Ducks have lost 62% of their games this season (though they got points in 15% of their losses, they still lost them). In a class without a curve that would be a low D. How is that possibly acceptable for a team that made the second round of the playoffs last season?

    The structure of the Ducks has changed drastically. They’ve gotten rid of most of their grit that has been the backbone of the Ducks’ playing style for years. However, they have so much talent on their team. They have two of the top ten scorers in the NHL, but they’re struggling to stay above last place in the western conference and are solidly in last place (7 points behind the next two teams) of their division.

    Ducks fans are clearly frustrated and are not attending the games. I’m sure part of this is due to the economic climate, but the Ducks haven’t sold out a game since their home opener and even then there were many empty seats.

    Many thought this season would be the first time the Kings and Ducks both made it to the playoffs at the same time. Perhaps then the idea of a series name of some sort would make more sense (the Freeway Face-Off takes place from December – April, it’s not exactly like the Subway Series or Freeway Series of baseball, which happen in the World Series and are major events.

    The rest of the games between the Kings and the Ducks will be played next calendar year (two in the last month of the season) and no matter how the teams are doing when they face off again in a month and a half, the games are sure to be intense. Southern California hockey fans should not be disappointed with the rivalry even if their team isn’t the one making it to the playoffs this year.

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  • Brian Burke and Francois Beauchemin had triumphant returns to Honda Center and the Ducks took some careless penalties as they lost to the Maple Leafs at home. Toronto hadn’t won a single game and only had one point in their first 8 games of the season. Only one team had failed to beat the Maple Leafs in regulation, but the Ducks managed to take enough penalties to make the Leafs’ 6-3 win possible with only one even strength goal.

    The Ducks took a total of 17 penalties for 45 penalty minutes tonight. Anaheim’s first goal was definitely suspect and watching it again at home in HD on FSN after the game, it was easier to see why Ron Wilson took the bench minor for “abuse of officials” after they didn’t make the call to wave the Ducks’ goal off due to goaltender interference. I’ve definitely seen goals called off for a lot less, but unfortunately for the Maple Leafs goaltender interference is not something they can review – if it’s not called on the ice, the goal stands. At least the goal didn’t end up making the difference in the game. If it had, I’m sure Ron Wilson would have been irate. In spite of having the first power play of the game and a middle of the league power play against the Maple Leafs’ dead last in the league (before the start of tonight’s game – the Ducks may have helped the Leafs in that area) penalty kill, the Ducks only had three power play chances and went 1 for 3 on the power play tonight. The Leafs also took quite a few penalties (10 penalties for 31 minutes), but most of them were offset by the Ducks’ penalties. The Maple Leafs went 5 for 11 on the power play tonight. The Toronto power play was only 12th in the league (22.2%) at the start of the game, but their 45% power play in tonight’s game is better than the best power play in the league (the Calgary Flames, 32.3%).

    While I’m sure there are a couple goals Hiller would like to have back, I’m sure the Ducks fans know that he and his 85% save percentage were not the real problem. Most of the goals were scored on the power play (3 scored with a 2 man advantage). Randy Carlyle stuck with his goalie and didn’t pull him from the game when he knew it wasn’t Hiller’s fault that the Ducks were doing poorly. The real problem tonight was the Ducks’ lack of control. The Ducks’ bad penalty killing can’t even be blamed. What team could be expected to survive the penalties the Ducks took in their game against the Maple Leafs?

    Hagman’s hat trick led the way for the Maple Leafs and though most of the fans left in the building as he scored his 3rd goal of the game were Toronto fans, no hats made it to the ice. Kaberle had a goal and 4 assists and Stempniak had 4 points (1-3) in the Maple Leafs’ big win against the Ducks.

    I was talking to a friend who has Ducks season tickets before the game. He was planning on going to the game with a friend who’s a Maple Leafs fan and said that his goal was to “see one of the bottom teams in the league win a game.” He knew he couldn’t lose with that goal, since the Ducks were one of the bottom teams in the NHL and the Maple Leafs are still in last place even though they finally got their first win against the Ducks.

    It’s early in the season (only 9-12 games of the 82 in the season have been played by teams at this point), but the games at the beginning of the season count as much as the games at the end and teams like the Maple Leafs and Ducks have to be hoping that they find the right combination soon. The Ducks did make major changes to their top lines and their defensive pairings, but after the preseason and 10 games of the season, one would expect them to be getting used to each other and finding chemistry somehow. If they’re not, perhaps the lines aren’t set the way they should be yet. Maybe some more line changes need to be made.

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  • Last night, the Anaheim Ducks gave up the 3-0 lead they had at the end of the 2nd to lose 4-3 in OT to the Minnesota Wild (in Minnesota). The Kings had a 4-0 lead against the Sharks until more than half-way through the game. With 4 minutes left in the 2nd period, the Sharks scored on their first power play of the game. One power play later, the Sharks were down only 4-2. A minute into the third period, the Kings were only up by one goal, since the Sharks had scored their 3rd power play goal of the night. Though I’m sure not taking penalties was emphasized on the Kings bench, the Sharks got their fourth power play goal at 14:24 in the 3rd period. In just under a full period, the Kings had gone from being up 4-0 to being tied at 4.

    Needless to say, many were thinking that the Kings were going to crash and burn as the Ducks had in Minnesota earlier that night. The guy next to me in the press box even said something like, “I’m going to the Sharks’ locker room tonight.” Of course, before I even had a chance to respond with a comment about how he shouldn’t assume the Kings were going to lose, the Kings scored a goal. Just 26 seconds after the game tying goal, the Kings had regained the lead with Teddy Purcell’s first goal of the season. That allowed me to tell him to have fun, since the happy guys were going to be down the hall in the Kings’ locker room. Davis Drewiske got his first NHL goal into the empty net with less than two minutes to go in the game and sealed the fate of the Sharks.

    Last year, I think the game would have ended with a deflated Kings team and my buddy next to me in the press box heading to talk to the Sharks. Once the Sharks tied the game, the Kings of last year would have probably thought the game was over, which would have been a self-fulfilling prophecy. The fans would have gone home upset that their team had started 0-2 again and would have started to question (even though it’s early) all those predictions about the Kings making it back into the playoffs this year.

    It is early in the season and it’s definitely too early to say that this game is a good sign for the Kings in continuing to stay in the game (the way they did with their two goal lead early in the 2nd period and when the Sharks had tied the game), just as it was too early to throw in the towel after the Kings’ first game. However, I think the Kings fans should be pretty happy with their team right now. The Kings definitely need to work on their penalty kill – no question. Since the Kings had one of the best penalty kills in the league last year and have most of the same guys, I’m not concerned about their ability to improve their pk. The players know they’re capable of doing better on the penalty kill and aren’t concerned, which is also a positive sign for the fans.

    If you had told anyone last year that the three California teams would start out with 1-2-0, 0-1-1 & 1-1-0 records, I doubt anyone would have picked the Kings as one of the teams with a win. I’m sure everyone would have chosen the Kings to start out with the worst record. Though it’s early, the Kings were blasting music in the locker room last night and happy that they refused to give up and fought back to beat the Sharks.

    In other good news, Kings fans who could not make it to Staples Center last night were able to watch the game in HD! All games on FSN West and Prime Ticket will be broadcast in HD, which is a huge step up from last year’s 10 games.

    Also, for those Kings fans who worried that Rob Scuderi had won the Stanley Cup in Pittsburgh and might not play as hard for a the Kings in LA… I think Rob proved himself to be the tough guy he’s always been last night. Scuderi took a puck to the nose (it’s not broken, just caused gushing blood) and only missed a shift as they got him cleaned up and made sure that he wouldn’t bleed all over as he went out to play the rest of the game. If Scuderi will do that this early in the season for the Kings, I don’t think there’s any question about how hard he’s going to play in LA. He’s clearly here to win games, which makes sense. Anyone who’s been on a team (of any level) that wins a championship knows how great it feels to win. Why would anyone choose to move to a team they didn’t think had a bright future? Scuderi’s not the party boy Jeremy Roenick was when he was in Los Angeles. Rob’s here to help the Kings make it into the playoffs and I think he can do that.

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  • When the NFL kicked off their season on Thursday, September 10th, there was one game that night. The Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Tennessee Titans at home. That game was the only game on opening day. It was nationally televised and well advertised. They showed the ceremony with the fireworks and the Steelers started off their season with the NFL world watching them celebrate their championship a bit before the game started.

    As the MLB kicked off their season on Sunday, April 5th, the only regular season game that day was played by the World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies as they faced the Atlanta Braves at home. This opening game of the season was also available for all baseball fans to enjoy as the Phillies celebrated their win with their fans one last time before starting the new season.

    The NBA started off their season last year on October 28th with a double header on TNT starting with the NBA Championship Boston Celtics hosting the Cleveland Cavaliers. The second game of the double header featured the first regular season game for the number one draft pick in the 2007 NBA draft.

    All of these leagues have a few things in common. The reigning champion of the league gets to start off the next season. The start of the season is a well advertised event with countdowns on public websites. The opening game and pre-game events are nationally televised in HD for anyone in the country to see without a special sports package. The national TV coverage of the games happens on a channel that everyone with cable gets (I realize that TNT is a cable channel) for free. They don’t need to purchase a sports package (as I do in order to get Versus) and the channels are all on DirecTV (which Versus is not as I write this – I’m still hoping they’ll work that out before I move, since I really want to change back to DirecTV when I’m able to get it). These games also all take place in the United States of America.

    In contrast, the NHL starts their season with four games on opening day (Thursday, October 1st). Two of these games are nationally televised (including HD) on Versus – the Washington Capitals at Boston Bruins (7pm) and the San Jose Sharks at Colorado Avalanche (10pm). The other teams playing on opening day are The Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks, and Calgary Flames. None of the teams playing on opening day were even in the Stanley Cup Finals last season. In fact, only three teams out of the eight playing on opening day made it out of the first round of the playoffs. They (the Capitals, Bruins, & Canucks) were all eliminated in the conference semifinals.

    The Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins play their first game the second night of the hockey season. They play the 8th game of the season and will have all the fanfare of raising the Stanley Cup Championship banner with only local audiences (Pittsburgh & New York City) as well as those of us who have the NHL Network (a pay channel on my cable service). I am hoping the NHL Network shows the Pittsburgh feed of the game. Center Ice normally airs the home feed for home openers and I’m hoping the NHL Network will do the same. I’m also hoping that when entering the info someone just forgot to check the box to select that the show is in HD, since as of this morning the repeats on the NHL HD Network are going to be in HD, but the live feed will not. I think it’s horrible that the first game of the reigning champs isn’t nationally televised on a channel that’s easily accessible to all sports fans. Those wanting to see the raising of the banner living in New York will most likely have to settle for YouTube replays or watching it on the Penguins’ website, since the NHL Network feed will be blacked out in NYC due to the MSG telecast. I’m sure the Rangers will do the same thing the Ducks did when they played in the Penguins’ first home game a few years ago and cut out anything fans of the Penguins would want to see of the opening of the season and local fans will not get a choice.

    The NHL messes up a lot of their marketing (or lack of marketing, as it were). Their not acknowledging the reigning Stanley Cup Champion is just one of many errors. The NHL continually tries to compete with the NBA (which will always be more popular in most parts of the US). This competition makes it difficult for some people (especially those in southern California and other areas where local basketball teams were doing well) to find a bar that will show the games if they’d like to go out with friends to enjoy them (or, as in the case of my one friend, didn’t have cable and needed to find someone willing to show hockey that had Versus – at least Versus and DirecTV didn’t have their battle until the playoffs ended). If I didn’t know better, I’d swear that Bettman was brought in to lower the NHL’s ratings and prove that it should eliminate some teams. A lot of the choices he’s made seem more like the choices networks make when they want to kill a show’s ratings. I could talk about different errors in judgment the NHL makes for ages like most hockey fans.

    Southern California residents not attending the Ducks’ season opener (also their season opener), which is the same night as (and only a half hour apart from) the Kings’ season & home opener, will be disappointed if they’d like to watch it later. It’s one of the few games airing on KDOC instead of Fox Sports Prime Ticket or West, so it will only be aired in standard definition. I’ll be at the Kings game that night and was disappointed that the Ducks’ first game of the season will not be televised in HD. I think this is another bad marketing choice, though this one was probably made by FSN & KDOC, not the Ducks. I’m sure the Ducks would prefer all of their games to be aired in HD. Who wouldn’t? It makes fans happy and that’s the goal, isn’t it?

    I know fans of all sports complain about choices those running the league make, but how is it possible that all the other major league team sports in the country have figured out that celebrating the reigning champion is a good idea and the NHL still hasn’t understood this simple fact? It doesn’t take a brilliant mind to figure out that having one (or two) game(s) to open the season and making a big deal out of the opening night with the current champ as well as nationally televising that game (and the game after it, if applicable) is a good marketing strategy. For all of Bettman’s talk about expanding interest in the NHL in the United States, he doesn’t seem to make choices supporting the concept.

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  • Celebrating hockey in LA with temperatures in the high 90s – especially when a street hockey tournament is a part of the festivities – may seem a bit odd. However, Los Angeles hockey fans are used to attending hockey games in warm weather. (I’ve been comfortable in shorts as late as the second week in November…) I know from talking to them that those playing in this year’s street hockey tournament were definitely feeling the heat. I’m sure they all wished the skies would cloud over and the temperature would drop. In spite of the heat, teams competed all day in two divisions. A team even came in from San Francisco to participate in the tournament.

    I didn’t attend the Friday night kick off party, but those who did seemed to think 1,000 – 1,500 hockey fans showed up for the event. Some fans I know thought the prices for Hockey Fest were too high to spend given the economic climate, but clearly many fans had no issues with the price for the weekend.

    Many of the NHL trophies were presented in the event tent at Hockey Fest. They were very well presented and encased in separate glass cases so guests could walk all around each trophy to find their favorite players engraved on each one. I had seen all the trophies (along with the Stanley Cup) together at the NHL Awards party, but I hadn’t been able to get close enough to see all the names on each trophy and the awards from 2009 have been added by now, too. Having most of the NHL trophies in one spot in southern California was definitely a treat for hockey fans in the area. The Kings also had a lot of areas set up for fans to shoot pucks (and even find out how fast their slap shot is moving), a beer garden, two autograph locations, a few vendors, and a team store. I was very surprised that the only locations for purchasing Kings and Hockey Fest merchandise required a paid admission. Since the street hockey competition was open to the public without a ticket, I would have thought they’d want to sell merchandise to those hockey fans, as well. Perhaps they’ll consider that next year.

    Kids definitely aren’t afraid to ask whatever they want to know and the kids only press conference where children were allowed to ask Anze Kopitar, Matt Greene, Wayne Simmonds, & Teddy Purcell anything they’d like definitely led to some amusing questions and answers. At times, it seemed the guys had gotten together to practice their comedy routine and perfect their answers to the kids’ questions. Matt Greene repeatedly mentioned that he didn’t have a girlfriend (and even tried to claim that he couldn’t get one), going so far as to quickly say his cell phone number when talking about hoping to get a girlfriend someday. The kids asked questions about Kopi’s number choice (which I found out years ago hadn’t actually been chosen by him – or anyone – specifically because of his draft number… it was just the luck of the draw), why he wears the tinted visor (looks cool), their favorite jersey logo, favorite goalie (Greene pointed out that they didn’t like goalies very much as a general rule), and even if Kopi still lived with his parents. Teddy Purcell mentioned that he looked up to Teemu Selanne, even though he knew he’d get booed.

    In their interview after the event, Kopi and Teddy joked that they’d worked on their routine for a couple weeks, but then more seriously answered that they were just trying to keep things light and fun for their young fans.

    Marcel Dionne was incredibly entertaining (as always) with the Triple Crown line. It’s not that Dave Taylor and Charlie Simmer weren’t good, just that they barely got a chance to speak. The fans were clearly happy to see the Triple Crown line back together again for the first time in a long time and hearing the guys talk about their history with the Kings and describe the clips shown.

    The Hockey Operations talk with the fans was very similar to Dean Lombardi’s breakfasts with the GM and state of the franchise events. Lombardi, Ron Hextall, & Terry Murray continued their tradition of being up front with fans and openly answering questions as clearly as possible. They talked about the goaltending situation (though fans only asked about Quick & Bernier), the team’s playoff potential, the need to go to the net (and Ryan Smyth’s addition to the team), why they wouldn’t bring Heatley into the Kings’ locker room… Lombardi even mentioned that maybe they can get some of the Ducks fans back. (As we know, many Ducks fans are former Kings fans who switched to the Ducks when they were created or when they started doing better than the Kings 7 years ago.) This segment ran long, since the Hockey Ops guys wanted to answer as many of their fans’ questions as possible and an hour just wasn’t enough time for this one, even though it looks like the Kings are on the right track.

    Bob Miller’s one man show was just as enjoyable as expected and one of my favorite events of the weekend. Miller showed a lot of clips from throughout his career and told many amusing stories. If you haven’t read his book yet, I still highly recommend reading Bob Miller’s Tales from the Los Angeles Kings. Even if you’re not a Kings fan, if you love hockey this book is well worth reading! Bob’s segment also went over (by a half hour), but fans clearly didn’t mind extra time with their beloved broadcaster. They clearly appreciated the time he spent on his presentation and could have listened to him a lot longer. One of the most exciting parts of this talk was that Bob mentioned the number of games he and Jim will be doing for FSN this year (65 out of the 82 games) and that all of these games will be aired in HD. I’d tried to get information on the FSN HD schedule for the Kings games this year, but hadn’t found a clear answer. I’m sure all Kings fans who have HDTV will be thrilled that FSN has increased their HD games from 10 to 65 this year – especially since they got rid of the horrible rinkside view before the end of last season. There were many times last year when the HD game of the night on Center Ice was the Kings game and those of us in southern California couldn’t get it, since it was blocked out in our area. Though I definitely prefer listening to Bob & Jim over other announcers, I would have given them up for the HD feed if I’d had the choice and this year fans of the Kings will get the best of both worlds.

    Any new event presents a lot of unforeseen challenges to the host. I think the Kings staff did a wonderful job with their first Hockey Fest and hope it’s a tradition that continues for southern California hockey fans. I’m definitely looking forward to seeing what they include next year.

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  • Jonas Hiller may have the save percentage (and he’ll probably still lead the save percentage for the playoffs by the end of the Stanley Cup Finals), but Osgood’s save percentage of only 88.89% in game 7 was enough to advance the Red Wings to the conference finals against the Chicago Blackhawks, where they’ll have home ice advantage again.

    The Ducks looked sluggish for much of game 7, but still managed to fight back from a two goal deficit to tie the game at 3 goals apiece at 7:37 in the 3rd period. Near the end of the third period, it was obvious that the next goal would win the game. Unfortunately for the Ducks fans and team, the next goal was scored by Dan Cleary with exactly three minutes left in the 3rd period. It was the game (and series) winning goal for the Red Wings.

    Detroit is a tough team and the Ducks should be proud of what they accomplished this post season. Game 7 of the series could have easily gone the other way. It was a very close game (unlike the Penguins/Capitals game last night) and to keep the game that close in Detroit is very impressive.

    I think the Red Wings are beatable largely because of Osgood’s poor play in the regular season and playoffs, but not this time. It’ll be interesting to see how Detroit fares against Chicago.

    As a side note, though it was frustrating last night, the fact that FSN West/Prime Ticket didn’t have their act together ended up saving me and allowing me to watch the entire game. Since they had the game listed on none of their stations (HD or otherwise online or in DVR guides) and I only get one of their two HD channels, I recorded the game on FSN Prime Ticket and FSN HD. Since the Angels game went into extra innings, but first period of the game was only available in southern California on Prime Ticket. I guess that’s the advantage of Versus as a channel – they don’t air anything else right before the games that can’t be cut off to move on to a hockey game. I guess that’s the up side of being on a network a lot of people don’t get. True, most carriers offer Versus now. Of course on the down side, Versus is a paid channel for most, so people who don’t purchase the sports package probably don’t have Versus. This is most noticeable when traveling and trying to find Versus in a hotel.

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  • In spite of their two bench minors for too many men on the ice (inexcusable in a must win game) and two other power play chances they gave the Red Wings, Anaheim’s penalty kill kept Detroit’s power play at bay for 3 of their 4 chances. Anaheim’s power play (ranked 2nd in the postseason going into tonight’s game) was also successful 1 out of their 5 chances (though it was really more like 4, due to the overlapping penalties). Fortunately for Ducks fans everywhere, most of Anaheim’s 46 penalty minutes, 12 penalties) came at the 20 minute mark of the 3rd period when the gloves were dropped by just about everyone (Scott Niedermayer included). Until that point, the Ducks were even with the Red Wings in penalties at 5 (10 minutes each).

    Jonas Hiller was amazing again, stopping 38 of the 39 shots he faced (97.4% of the shots). The Red Wings outshot the Ducks 39-28, but the Ducks played much better after the first period. Considering how poorly the Ducks played in Detroit on Sunday, I expected them to come out with all cylinders firing at the beginning of the game tonight. Apparently, they didn’t all get the message that the game time had been pushed up to 7 p.m. (all the previous playoff games in Anaheim had been at 7:30 p.m.). The Ducks came out looking a little tired, but by the end of the first they were still tied with the Red Wings and that was important. They came out strong in the 2nd and got the only two goals of the period, in spite of being outshot by the Red Wings in that period.

    When the Red Wings scored their power play goal, a lot of Ducks fans got a bit nervous. A one goal lead is far from safe in the playoffs – especially against a strong team like the Red Wings. The Ducks held on to their lead and are ready to play their style of game again in Detroit Thursday night in game 7. In spite the pressure of a game 7 on the road, the players know this is what the playoffs are all about. The excitement of a game 7 is hard to match.

    Thursday’s game will be the Ducks’ 4th game 7 in franchise history. They’re 2-1 in game 7s so far. The Joe Louis Arena is a difficult arena to face in the playoffs. In a game 7, it’s sure to be incredibly loud, but the Ducks are as prepared as possible and they’re ready to face Detroit and fight for their playoff lives. They know if they don’t win their season is over and no team is ever really ready for their season to end.

    Ryan Getzlaf had a point in each of the Ducks’ 2 goals tonight (1-1), making tonight his 7th multi-point game of the postseason.

    Fortunately for Ducks fans who couldn’t make it to Honda Center tonight, FSN Prime Ticket aired the game in HD (even for those of us unlucky enough to get only one of the FSN HD channels).

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  • The Ducks had a successful return home to Honda Center tonight (in front of a reported sellout crowd of 17,174), as they beat the Red Wings 2-1 in game 3, to take the lead in the series 2 games to 1. This series was the hardest one for me to decide who I thought would win and I expected every game to be decided by only one goal. So far, the Ducks are on track to win in 6 (which was my prediction) and have won and lost the games I predicted they would by the numbers of goals I expected.

    The Ducks have gotten very little respect in the playoffs this year and though I realize most east coast reporters probably don’t see the Ducks often, they play enough games on the east coast and have gotten far enough in the playoffs by now that a few members of the east coast based media outlets should have had time to catch the Ducks in the playoffs. Their 3OT game on Sunday (starting at just 2 p.m. eastern) even caught the attention of many people I know who rarely watch hockey teams other than their own (playoffs or not). It would seem that those who report hockey might have caught a bit of it, as well.

    Those who saw the Ducks play since the trade deadline can’t be all that surprised by their performance in the playoffs so far this year. They may not have predicted that they’d beat the Sharks (I seemed to be one of the few who predicted that one), but they’re not all that surprised to see them in round two leading the Red Wings in the series and playing up to the level of one of the best teams in the playoffs.

    Did the Ducks get a little bit lucky tonight with the whistle being blown a bit early as the Red Wings would have scored the tying goal? Definitely. Did Hiller perhaps earn that luck somehow by stopping 45 of the 46 shots he saved with a save percentage of .978? I’d say so. Someone in the press box was complaining that the Red Wings had outshot the Ducks 2-1. However, the Ducks did very well when the Sharks did that and like the games that started the series in San Jose, the Ducks mostly limited the Red Wings to shots Hiller could see easily and stop. Hiller gave a lot of credit to his defense for keeping Detroit from getting too many really good scoring chances where he couldn’t see the puck easily.

    In other good news for hockey fans living in southern California who couldn’t get to the game, FSN West HD aired the game live and is currently showing it again (even though the guide says off the air). Clearly the complaints they got in the first round for not airing games in HD while Versus HD was blocked out in the area were taken to heart. The schedules I’ve seen have included HD for all the upcoming games of the series (on FSN, Versus, or both).

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