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  • The Los Angeles Kings are now the only team in the NHL who hasn’t lost a game at home. They’re also the only team with a perfect record on the penalty kill at home. In spite of not playing a game since last Saturday’s win over the Nashville Predators and seeming a bit out of sorts during the first period, the Kings kept their perfect record at home in a very physical game against the Dallas Stars.

    Tonight’s game in LA had 91 penalty minutes in 24 penalties almost evenly divided between the Stars (49) and Kings (42). Team captain Dustin Brown said they’re getting “no team that’s coming in here not expecting to have a hard game” and that they’re not going to catch anyone by surprise this year.

    When asked about their successful penalty kill (perfect at home and close to it, 92%, overall), Brown said, “I think pk’s really not about x’s and o’s, it’s about an attitude and we kind of have that attitude on the pk… it’s an attitude out there and that’s really what pk’s all about.” The Kings’ new attitude seems to be working, since the only power play goals scored in Staples Center this season have been by the Kings, who managed to score two tonight in spite of their struggling power play. Coach Murray said the two goals the Kings scored on the power play were “good for a lot of reasons.” He said it’s “good for our confidence” and talked about the traffic in front of the net for Justin Williams’ and Jack Johnson’s goals. Traffic in front of the net is something the Kings have struggled to keep up. It may have backfired a little tonight when they had a goal disallowed because of Williams falling into the crease, but it’s definitely something the Kings need in order to score against the top goaltenders in the league.

    The Kings are the number one team in the west, in spite of playing fewer games than some of the other teams in the conference. They’re also second in the NHL to the Washington Capitals, who have played two more games than the Kings. The New York Islanders, who extended their league leading losing streak to 9 games tonight in the shootout tonight in San Jose, will be Staples Center to face the Kings Saturday night as the Kings try to extend their home winning streak to eight games and their current winning streak to six games.

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  • There’s nothing like jumping right back into hockey mode. This year, the Kings combined Hockey Fest with the start of their Rookie Camp, which worked out perfectly. Though I didn’t see as much of rookie camp as I did last year when I watched every practice the whole day I was there, it was great to be able to go back and forth between the Olympic and covered NHL rink. There was always something to do at the Toyota Sports Center yesterday – from 8am (when they started to let in the fans) until after the pep rally at the end of Hockey Fest.

    Hockey Fest started out with the GM State of the Franchise. Normally, the GM Breakfasts are for season ticket holders only, so having one to start Hockey Fest was a nice treat. Of course, the fans asked about the goaltending situation. They also asked if the Kovalchuk deal means the Kings can sign Doughty for 20 years now. That was definitely one of GM Dean Lombardi’s favorite questions. As always, Lombardi was very honest with the fans and interacted with them a lot. Some of the questions asked at this (and the other sessions) came from the LA Kings Facebook page, which they were definitely consciously advertising. I didn’t think to ask if they’re competing with another team to see who can get more Facebook fans.

    Since Bob Miller was unable to attend this year’s Hockey Fest, my favorite part of the 2010 Hockey Fest was the Kids Press Conference. The kids get to ask the players questions and though it wasn’t quite as amusing as last year’s session, the kids asked some great questions. Matt Greene, Jack Johnson, Brad Richardson, & Wayne Simmonds entertained the audience as they answered the questions posed.

    The other sessions offered for fans were The Life of a King (with Jay Wells, Marty McSorley, and Luc Robitaille answering questions hosted by Jim Fox) and Winning Ways (Ryan Smyth, Justin Wiliams,, Jarret Stoll, & Rob Scuderi answering questions hosted by Nick Nickson). They also had a family skate with Bailey on the Olympic ice rink during a rookie camp break, autograph sessions with the players, and Wayne Simmonds and Drew Doughty playing winning fans at the EA Sports Gaming Area.

    It was nice to see the players again and in between the sessions, the players were available for interviews with the media. The most interesting thing I learned during the interviews is that when Willie Mitchell met Drew Doughty for the first time, Drew told Willie he could take his number (Mitchell wore 8 in Vancouver). Mitchell said “I think that speaks volumes of him as a kid.” I couldn’t agree more. Naturally, Mitchell didn’t take Doughty up on his offer. He told Doughty that he had too good of a year last year. When asked about offering Mitchell his number, Doughty said, “Yeah, well, he’s a veteran guy in the league.” He went on to explain that he also likes the number 19, so it wouldn’t have been a big deal to change. Doughty’s gesture wasn’t necessary, but it says a lot about his character. I’d be surprised if Doughty didn’t end up being a team captain (probably of the Kings, since I can’t see them letting him go) in the future. He continues to show his maturity on and off the ice, which explains why one of the questions to Dean Lombardi during the GM breakfast was about signing Doughty to an extremely long contract. Fans definitely want Lombardi to hold on to Doughty. They know he’s special and want to see him on their team for years to come.

    Rookie camp is always interesting and it was nice to watch the drills in between Hockey Fest sessions and interviews.

    After a full day at Toyota Sports Center with the Kings in El Segundo, I headed to Anaheim Ice (where the Ducks had held their rookie camp earlier in the day) for a friend’s adult league game. (My friend’s team, Five for Fighting, won the game and now has a record of 2-1, 2-0 when I’ve been there.) That game concluded my over twelve hour day of hockey. What a way to kick start hockey season. I hope the Kings continue to hold Hockey Fest at Toyota Sports Center overlapping with Rookie Camp. It was a wonderful day of hockey enjoyed by the many fans in attendance.

    Rookie camp continues this week and Training camp starts Saturday, September 18th. Pre-season is just around the corner and the regular season is only a little over 3 weeks away.

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  • The Kings tend to do pretty well in the regular season home closers (even though lately they haven’t played any games beyond that at home). However, this season when the Kings are in the playoffs and know that they will be coming back to play in front of their fans this month, they couldn’t beat the Oilers (last place in the western conference and the NHL). I realize that the Oilers aren’t in the playoffs this season and they were, in fact, they were the first team (out of all 30 in the NHL) to be eliminated from the playoffs officially. The Kings are 3-3-4 in their last 10 games, which is worse than most other teams in the league (whether they’ll be playing next week or not). This isn’t the way most teams would want to end their first regular season where they won’t be going home early in April. The Kings don’t seem worried and are determined to make it past the first round of the playoffs.

    When I mentioned the playoffs being a good way to thank the Kings fans for their loyalty through the years, Jack Johnson replied that while it was a thank you for the fans “I think the fans should expect that.” He’s got a good point. Many fans of every sport expect their team to make the playoffs. The Kings fans haven’t expected that lately, but I’m sure they’ll be happy to get back to expecting their team to make the playoffs and looking forward to their team winning the Stanley Cup someday rather than just hoping their team will squeak into the playoffs and perhaps make it to the second round occasionally. The Kings have only been in the Stanley Cup Finals once (and even those who aren’t Kings fans remember that one, since Wayne Gretzky was part of the team that lost to the Canadiens in 1993). Soon, their fans will see how the Kings do in the 2010 playoffs. Some of them already have Stanley Cup rings, but many of the Kings don’t have any playoff experience. The whole experience will be very exciting for the players and the fans. Staples Center will be back in black and completely packed once again. Today’s game was announced as a sold out crowd of 18,118, but there were many empty seats. The next time we’re in Staples center, empty seats will be a lot more difficult to find.

    This year is also the Kings’ first ever playoff Beard-A-Thon benefiting the Kings Care Foundation. Check out the information on the Beard-A-Thon here on the Kings website.

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  • This year will be another without both southern California teams in the playoffs. It’ll be great for southern CA hockey to see them play in the playoffs the same year. Maybe next year it’ll happen. In spite of the fact that so many things could end the Ducks’ playoff run (and did), before the game I was having a disagreement with a friend in the press box about whether the Ducks could make it. Sure, before the Colorado/Vancouver game ended in a shootout (not long before the Kings beat the Ducks the same way), it was still possible for the Ducks to make it to the playoffs this year. Most of us knew that wouldn’t happen. I called it in October from the way they were playing and publicly predicted the Ducks missing the playoffs in November. I didn’t believe you could fail the first 30% of your season and still squeak into the playoffs. The Avalanche and Kings helped prove me right tonight.

    The West is all sewn up for those in and out of the playoffs. Exact positions have yet to be decided, but there is no question that the Flames, Blues, and Ducks are out of the playoffs and the Avalanche will be playing in them again.

    Terry Murray pulled Quick after the third goal by the Ducks and the Kings rallied to win the game 5-4 in a shootout. Kopitar and Johnson scored for the Kings after Perry scored for the Ducks, winning the shootout 2-1. Kopitar came close to ending the game in overtime, but had to go on to use his most famous shootout move to beat McElhinne and win the game for the Kings.

    Now the debate turns to where the teams will end up in the standings and what teams will face each other in the playoffs. As usual at this time, there are many possibilities there. The last few days of the season are always exciting. Kings fans are looking forward to seeing their team in the playoffs for the first time since 2002 and many of the Kings are looking forward to their first playoffs of their NHL career.

    With their playoff spots secure, many teams are having trouble coming out strong in these last games before the playoffs. Hopefully for Kings fans, tonight’s game against the Ducks will help the Kings to finish the regular season strong so they can build on that performance when the playoffs start.

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  • I’m not saying that Dustin Brown (husband and father of two), Jon Quick (who had been sick and probably wouldn’t have made it to the Opening Ceremonies even if he’d already planned it), Drew Doughty, Michal Handzus, or any of the other players who could have attended the Opening Ceremonies and didn’t have the wrong attitude about the Olympics and I’m not saying that they should have been at the Opening Ceremonies. I guess Jack Johnson just seems to be having more fun with the experience than the other guys. Maybe it’s just that (like me) Jack is really into the Olympics in general and would be watching as much as possible if he wasn’t there. I didn’t ask him that one.

    When asked about traveling to Vancouver and back in a short time period (and with a more difficult travel schedule than normal, since he couldn’t get one of the direct flights from LAX to Vancouver), he said “Well, it’s the Opening Ceremonies… I think it’s a no brainer… I had the opportunity. Why waste it? It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. If I’m fortunate enough to play in the next one, it’s in Russia, I can’t just go over and back.” At the end of this, he brings up a very good point, which I asked him about later. Most of the NHL Olympians couldn’t attend the Opening Ceremonies even if they were as interested in doing so as Jack Johnson. They either had games or were on the wrong side of the country (which is true of most NHL teams). This is why I think the NHLPA should go for broke if they end up managing to allow their players to play in the Olympics going forward and get a break that would allow every NHL player to attend the Opening Ceremonies in Russia if they so choose. I think it should be the players’ choice and Jack Johnson (who did take advantage of his opportunity to attend the Opening Ceremonies) agrees. He described the Opening Ceremonies as the “coolest experience I’ve ever had in my life – something I’ll never forget,” so it’s not surprising he thinks the other NHL players in the Olympics should have the same opportunity he had in the future.

    He’s planning to meet as many of his fellow Olympians as possible in the Olympic Village and attend as many other events as he can. I’m not sure how much free time he’ll have, since I know from the experience of John Speraw (assistant men’s volleyball coach for the gold medal winning men’s volleyball team in China) that they didn’t get much free time with all the games they played and practices, but I hope Johnson has enough free time to enjoy a few other events while he’s in Vancouver.

    Hockey fans everywhere should be happy to hear that when I asked him about the coolest experience he’s had meeting a fellow Olympian so far and who he’s had a chance to meet in his brief time with his fellow American Olympians, Johnson said, “I got to meet Shaun White. He came up and asked me to take a picture with him, which I thought was pretty cool.” He went on to say that he’d met a couple of speed skaters, bobsleders, figure skaters, and that he wants to meet as many other athletes as possible and cheer them on, since that’s part of the Olympic experience and that he knew many of the other members of Team USA would be cheering on Team USA’s ice hockey team.

    As a side note, Canada’s women’s ice hockey team makes a good argument for the mercy rule in international ice hockey competition with an 18-0 win over Slovakia. Talk about total domination. I’m looking forward to seeing their other games and hope most of them are a bit more interesting.

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  • The death of Georgian luge athlete Nodar Kumaritashvili is tragic and a horrible thing to happen – especially when it was the main news on the day of the Opening Ceremonies and happened before the ceremonies took place. I understand why tonight’s NBC broadcast (and probably many around the world) started by mentioning the tragic event from earlier today. In spite of the warning (I’m glad NBC threw that in, I had no desire to see what I’d already seen described), I don’t think it was appropriate to start the broadcast with video of the tragic death. The Olympics Opening Ceremonies are watched by people of all ages and I think the video of the death could have been shown tomorrow and only made available online initially. I’m sure many disagree and were glad they got to see the video of the tragic death in HD on the opening night of the Olympics, but I wish NBC had handled the situation differently.

    I was very disappointed with NBC’s coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and I’m hopeful that this year’s coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver will be much better. I know a lot of people on the west coast who still believe we will get live coverage of the 2010 Olympic Games (which we did not in the Beijing games even when the east was able to watch Michael Phelps win gold again and again live). I don’t know why they believe this will happen, since the Olympics are taking place in the same time zone. I doubt it happened in 1984 when the Summer Olympics were in Los Angeles. I didn’t live here at the time, but I know how coverage has been more recently and I doubt it happened. Those of us on the west coast don’t get the Oscars live even though they take place in Los Angeles. Why would NBC allow us to watch any Olympics live? Like all other sports broadcasting in the United States, the NBC Olympics will most likely be very east coast centered. The Opening Ceremonies started at 7:30 pm here. They started at 7:30pm on the east coast. So, unless those on the west coast have DirecTV or Dish with the east coast NBC channels, they will not be able to see the Olympics live. Those on the east coast finished watching the Olympics Opening Ceremonies live not long after those of us on the west coast could start watching them if we wanted to watch them live. My plan had been to sign up for the east coast channels for the Olympics from now on so I could watch the broadcasts earlier (though still not live), but I can’t get DirecTV, so that’s not possible. I’ll be at the Olympics in less than a week, though, so it wouldn’t have made sense to pay extra money for a week’s worth of advantage anyway.

    NBC definitely did a lot right in tonight’s broadcast. One of the best things was that they interviewed a lot of athletes from different sports. They didn’t just interview those from the sports that are most popular. They interviewed a variety of Olympians. They even interviewed Jack Johnson, the only American NHL player at the Opening Ceremonies. I did think it was bad that the reporter insisted on making Jack say who he thought would light the flame for the Olympic Games to begin. Most of us thought it would be Wayne Gretzky (and although I it hasn’t gotten to that point as I type this in the west coast broadcast, I could easily find out if we’re all correct online). Not surprisingly, Johnson’s answer when pressed was, “I’ll go with Gretzky – seems like the safe bet.” He realized resisting the reporter was futile and gave the answer we’d all expect from almost anyone asked that question. The interviews might not have been very good, but at least they chose a variety of Olympic sports and not just a couple people everyone in the country recognizes already.

    The Opening Ceremonies also gave us our first North American TV coverage of former NHL star Jaromir Jagr (who won two Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 91 & 92, his first two seasons in the NHL) in quite a while. Clearly, he’ll be prominent in the Czech Republic’s men’s ice hockey team competition later in the Olympics. Initially, a couple of the flag bearers surprised me, and then I remembered that most of the NHL players were not as lucky as Jack Johnson and couldn’t attend the Opening Ceremonies even if they really wanted to do so. Johnson had the advantage of being on the west coast, not having a game that night or the next afternoon, being allowed to skip a practice, etc. I don’t think getting to attend the Opening Ceremonies should be something NHL players typically can’t do. If the NHLPA is able to keep Olympic participation in their contract, I think they should get an Olympic break that covers Opening Ceremonies through Closing Ceremonies. Part of the reason Jack Johnson of the LA Kings was the first American NHL player to attend the Opening Ceremonies is that he’s one of the only NHL players who would have the chance. Since NHL teams are not likely to allow players to skip games to attend the ceremony, the NHL schedule eliminates the possibility to attend for most NHL Olympians. I think they should all be able to do what Jack has decided to do and take in as much of the Olympics as possible if that’s what they’d like. Normally, the Olympics are too far away and one couldn’t fly to them and get back in time for a morning skate the next day. I realize that a lot of Olympians from all sports (winter and summer) choose not to attend because of early competitions the next day, training, or even because they’re not interested in the long ordeal of the Opening Ceremonies. I think the NHL players should also have a choice. I know they’re not leaving for NHL games, but they are playing the same sport they play in the NHL and getting a lot of completely free (to the NHL) advertising for the NHL. I’d think the NHL would want as much national coverage as they can get.

    My best friend doesn’t follow the NHL (other than what he hears through me on a regular basis) and he isn’t a huge fan of sports outside the Olympics, but he noticed that they interviewed Jack Johnson during the Opening Ceremonies and immediately thought of me, since he knew Johnson was an NHL player. National TV coverage is something that’s good for any sport. If the NHL is trying to expand their audience, why not advertise on one of the biggest world stages available for a bit longer? Allowing the players to all attend the Opening Ceremonies (if they’d like) would give the NHL more national exposure. The Kings have gotten a lot more national coverage this year than they normally do, since they’ve been doing well and have been mentioned on the NHL Network a lot more. In spite of that coverage, more people in the United States saw Jack Johnson’s interview than would ever see anything on the NHL Network or Versus. I think the NHL should break earlier for the Olympics and encourage their players to enjoy the whole Olympic experience if they’d like.

    I think the graphics when the countries were entering were well done. I liked how they showed where each country can be found on a world map starting out at the United States was. It was a neat touch and a good graphic concept that was also well executed. The way they listed the upcoming countries was okay, but I think that the bottom bar graphic could have been a lot smaller. There was no need for it to take up almost ¼ of the height in the HD broadcast.

    I think all the projection design of the Opening Ceremonies was amazing. I think they did a better job than China with the visuals for the projection. The opening with the ice breaking apart was so well choreographed. I’m sure that those acting in that segment could barely (if at all) see the icebergs breaking apart below them on the screen due to the lighting on them. I can’t imagine how many hours that took to coordinate. The one guy even “swam” for a while and then grabbed on to another iceberg. I thought that was amazing. My favorite part of the Opening Ceremonies came not long after that section – the whales. I don’t know how they did it, but the whales looked like they were breaking through the plane of the screen with the other whales. I still have the Opening Ceremonies on my DVR and have already watched the ice breaking, whales, etc. a second time. I’m sure that won’t be the last.

    Some of the segments I really liked (like the step dancing with the leaves, the running then flying through the fields, etc.) were great initially, but seemed to go on a bit long.

    Everyone knew Wayne Gretzky would be the one lighting the flame. What we didn’t know was that for the main part of the ceremony he would be joined by basketball player Steve Nash, skier Nancy Greene, and speed skater Catriona LeMay Doan. I thought that was a wonderful touch and a great surprise. The technical difficulty was unfortunate and it was clear those about to light the flame didn’t know what to do and were wondering what was going on like the rest of us. I think the torch lighting was still pretty well done. The extra two and a half minutes seemed like an eternity. I understand the awkward looks on the faces of everyone as the ceremony came to an unexpected stand still, but Gretzky had to know there were a ton of cameras on him throughout the ride to the outside flame location. Couldn’t he have pretended to look excited about being the one to light the other flame? I was very surprised that he didn’t look happy to be a part of something so amazing.

    As usual, I don’t think that the Opening Ceremonies should have sports guys announcing the events. They don’t seem to study their media guides enough, since they often aren’t able to name the Olympians in the close-ups. I think they need people who are used to doing parades or heck, just any really huge Olympic fans who will study their guides. They do not need to be sports or news people. They need to be people who can help the audience with some of the things they might not know from time to time and who will be quiet and allow the home audience to fully enjoy and appreciate most of the Olympic Opening Ceremonies. NBC never seems to get this part right. I hope NBC will air some events live on the west coast (especially the bronze and gold medal hockey matches), but if the NBC site is accurate that will not be the case. The gold medal match is listed on the Official Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics site as being at 12:15pm on February 28th. NBC lists the game airing at 3pm on NBC in Los Angeles. Some people will not avoid the news of the gold medal game and enjoying a game when you already know the outcome is a lot more difficult. Why is it so impossible to allow everyone across the country to watch a major event (like a gold medal match in the Olympics) live?

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  • This season, the Kings have an amazing ability to bounce back after giving up a lead – even against their southern California rival Anaheim Ducks. They’re 22-0-0 when leading after 2 periods. To make things exciting/stressful for their fans (not really… the Kings have never tried to give up a lead), the Kings have given up the lead they took into the third period in quite a few of those 21 games. The Kings don’t seem to know what’s different this season or why they refuse to give up in the third period even if they give up the lead they have going into it, but as Kopitar said, “It’s a good thing.” They may not be able to explain their success this season, but who cares? Their fans are happy and like the team they’ve supported, the Kings fans are having fun!

    The Kings tied the club record winning streak of 8 games they had in 91-92 & 72-73 last night (most recently February 18 – March 2, 1991). Jon Quick extended his career high winning streak and broke the longest winning streak in Kings goal tending history (which he’d tied Tuesday). Anze Kopitar tied his career high points in a game (4) and Jack Johnson beat his career high points in a game (also with 4).

    Did the Kings win the way they would have preferred? No. But they won. They didn’t give up when the Ducks tied the game after the Kings had a 4-1 lead. Kings fans were on the edge of their seats and certainly concerned once the Ducks made the game 4-3, but the Kings didn’t give up and let the Ducks win (or even get away with a point by getting into overtime). Though no one can explain the difference, it’s clear that the Kings are a different team now than they were last year at this time. Last season, they might have gotten a point in last night’s game or perhaps two by winning in a shootout. This season, the Kings don’t settle for just one point. They want to win. Winning games may be their job, as coach Terry Murray pointed out when asked about the winning streak, but this year the Kings (now in 4th place in the western conference – tied with Phoenix in points, but with more wins) expect to win. Winning streaks are great, but they just care about making sure they’re playing in mid-April this year for the first time in seven years.

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  • Thursday night at Staples Center was not just a night of the 2nd time this season that the Kings have put together a winning streak of 3 games or more. It was also the night Jack Johnson (in his second season with the Kings & in the NHL) returned to Staples Center ice. He’s been around, but he’s been working on rehabilitating his shoulder. It was great to see him play in person again. Kings fans who hadn’t traveled with the Kings to see them in Dallas, Minnesota, or Colorado hadn’t seen Johnson play in person since the second game of the season (at the Kings’ home opener against San Jose on October 12th). Johnson was injured in that game, had surgery on his shoulder, and was able to return earlier than expected against Dallas on January 17th.

    Many Kings fans will notice that Johnson has bulked up a bit this season. Jack says he put on a good 20 pounds and one of his biggest concerns while putting on the weight this past summer was to make sure that he didn’t lose any of his good foot work and speed. Clearly, he did a good job working on that, since he still has maintained his speed while adding muscle to give him more confidence when facing big players along the boards.

    Obviously, Jack is glad to be back in the lineup and playing hockey again with his team. He said he felt like he was back up to speed after the first period in Dallas. He got right back into the swing of things. Johnson wasn’t relaxing this year while his teammates were playing hockey. His rehabilitation was definitely hard work and he seems to have managed to stay in hockey shape, which is pretty impressive given his surgery.

    Johnson says the biggest difference between the Jack Johnson of this season and the Jack Johnson of last season is his confidence. He’s a year older and much more confident. Jack had let his confidence slip a bit during his first full year in the NHL, but he’s back to his normal confident self and ready to play. At a time when many players are starting to feel a bit drained, Jack Johnson has a lot of excited energy and is eager to play more games.

    Unfortunately, due to the Kings’ schedule (with even more end of the season road games than usual, probably due to the ice skating world championships taking place in Staples Center this year), LA fans only have 11 home games remaining this season to see Jack Johnson play live (unless they somehow manage to sneak into the playoffs). Hopefully, Jack will be healthy all next season.

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  • Last night, the Kings played their first two (yes, two) preseason games. Half the team was in Kansas City playing the Blues, while the other half remained in LA to play the Coyotes. The game in Kansas City sold more tickets. The attendance there was 11,603. The official attendance at the game in Staples Center was 8,221. A lot of those seats were empty, of course. I don’t know the official count of fans in the building, but a lot of season ticket holders don’t attend preseason games, so Staples Center was very empty.

    The fans who did attend the preseason game in Staples Center got a good show. Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, and Jack Johnson were all at the game in LA.

    Not too long ago, fans were booing Dan Cloutier in net (and when he was announced at the start of a game). They were chanting to put in LaBarbera. When Mathieu Garon and Jason LaBarbera were playing for the Kings, I knew fans who would only show up to the games Jason was supposed to start and many fans shouted that they wanted to see LaBarbera in net.

    Last season, the fans pretty much got their wish and LaBarbera was in net… until he got injured. Cloutier was booed whenever he played and fans cheered if he got pulled from a game. That’s a rough situation for a goalie and I’m sure the fan reaction didn’t help Cloutier’s performance in net.

    This season, it looks like Jason LaBarbera will be the number one goalie for the Kings and (partly because of his injury and rehabilitation from that) he’s feeling like he’s in better shape than ever. LaBarbera has really paid attention to his eating habits and training program and is ready to go. That being said, he hadn’t played in a hockey game for over 7 months. When I asked what happened last night, since he looked a bit off (allowing 4 goals in 17 shots), he said it was rust. He hadn’t played in over 7 months and was rusty. Jason’s not at all concerned about getting back into the swing of things and I think the fans need to give him a little slack before attacking him.

    The fans in Staples Center last night were very quick to boo Jason LaBarbera. One fan near me shouted that LaBarbera sucked and that there had only been x shots and there were already y goals. I realize that Kings fans are looking for a hero in net and want a miracle this season. They’ve been waiting a long time for the Kings to do well. Who wouldn’t like that? Any fan of a team that’s predicted to do poorly would be thrilled if they got into the playoffs, but it’s different to dream than it is to hold the players of your team to unrealistic expectations.

    When Cloutier was playing poorly the Kings fans gave him the benefit of the doubt. Many argued that Cloutier was doing great when he won games, though I argue that if a team wins 5-4, the goalie performed just as badly as if they lost 4-0 and you have to factor in the kinds of goals that are being scored, whether the goalie was well screened, etc. The score doesn’t tell you everything about how a goalie is performing. Even the save percentage (though more accurate than the goals against average, which takes into account the rest of the team, especially the defense) isn’t a perfect indicator of how the goaltender is performing. Maybe there was a crazy deflection or the goalie was well screened and couldn’t see that shot from the point.

    Even if all four of the goals by the Coyotes had been easy goals (which I don’t think anyone would argue) for a goalie to see and ones that any goalie would think they should have gotten and beat themselves up over, Jason LaBarbera hadn’t played a game of hockey in over 7 months. After his injury, he only had 4 days of on-ice training camp (counting the day of the game) to prepare for his first hockey game in 7 months. I think the fans need to think about how difficult it is to bounce back from an injury and give LaBarbera a bit of time before they judge him and decide he’s not worthy. Jason LaBarbera is a good goalie. One the fans have requested in the past. They got what they wanted and now they’ve decided they prefer Bernier. While Bernier may be the goalie of the future for the Kings, he probably has some more development to do and I don’t think he’ll be in the NHL this season. I would like to see the fans step up and support the team the Kings coaching staff decides to put on the ice, rather than making their own rash judgments and condemning players before they’re given a chance.

    The fans who were at Staples Center last night are the die hard fans. They’re the fans who refused to give up their season tickets after years of poor performance by the Kings and care enough to attend preseason games, which don’t count and have some players who will not be in the NHL this season. When looking around at all the empty seats last night, it was clear that most season ticket holders couldn’t care less about a preseason game. I expect more from the die hard fans than booing a player who has always tried his best to do a good job in net for the Kings and cares about the organization. I hate seeing fans boo any player on their own team and it bothers me more when the player in question is a great guy who’s determined to play well for the team and the fans.

    If you’re a Kings fan, please consider the impact you could have on a player by booing him. How would you feel if every time you made a mistake in your job a big red light went on to highlight the fact and the fans booed (or in an opposing team’s arena they chanted your name taunting you)? I can’t remember who pointed out that being a goalie is really one of the most difficult jobs anywhere, but I agree with them. Think of all that pressure. Fans are very quick to blame a goalie for their problems, but Jason LaBarbera had the same save percentage as Evgeni Nabokov, Jose Theodore, & Martin Gerber last season. He was tied for 20th out of 44 ranked goalies. Just about the middle of the pack. Not at the bottom with Johan Holmqvist or Ray Emery. Give him a chance to show that he can do a good job.

    I realize the Kings fans are passionate (they wouldn’t still support the Kings if they weren’t), but I would like to attend a game without hearing fans boo their own team. I think the fans who booed Jason LaBarbera last night should be ashamed of themselves. I believe it’s incredibly rude to boo someone who is trying so hard to please the fans. If he weren’t trying it would make a bit more sense, though I still think booing your team is wrong. LaBarbera tries. Fans should at least give him a month or so of the regular season to do his best before they start berating him, but even if they get to that point I’d like them to think about the fact that Jason LaBarbera is a person and he is doing his best to win (which is clearly what the fans want). He and the rest of the Kings want to win more than the fans want the team to win. Losing isn’t fun. Everyone has played some sort of sport or game in their lives, so I’m sure everyone can relate to the fact that winning is more fun than losing. Players try to win. Please give your team a chance – especially during the preseason when lines are being changed and the team is getting used to new players and (in the Kings’ case) new coaches.

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