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  • It didn’t seem likely at the beginning of the season, as the Ducks started out 0-3, but tonight’s win over the LA Kings in Anaheim ensured that the Ducks, Kings, and Sharks would all be in the playoffs in 2011. It’s the first time since the Ducks joined the NHL (in 1993) that all three teams will be in the playoffs at the same time. Who would have predicted that in spite of Canada having double the teams of California that California would be represented by more teams than Canada? (Only Vancouver, #1 in the NHL, and Montreal will be representing Canada in the NHL playoffs in 2011).

    Ducks’ coach Randy Carlyle said that “it is amazing that you’ve got to play 81 games to find out you finally made the playoffs.” Carlyle also talked about how great it is for California hockey (not just SoCal) that all three teams from the state are in the playoffs this year.

    Though Teemu Selanne (40) is the oldest player on the Ducks and one of the oldest players in the NHL, he’s consistently been one of the best and scored the Ducks’ only two goals tonight against the Kings. Selanne is the only one of the 10 oldest players currently playing in the NHL in the top ten of NHL scoring (#9 before tonight’s two goals). Coincidentally, Ryan Smyth, the Kings’ oldest player (35) scored the only Kings goal in Anaheim tonight.

    Because of tonight’s loss, the Kings fell to 6th place in the western conference. The conference is so tight that the Kings can still end up in 4th place if they win tomorrow and Nashville and Phoenix lose their final games in regulation. In fact, the Ducks could still potentially end up in 4th place, since they beat the Predators and Coyotes in the first tie breaker. With the playoff standings still up in the air, tomorrow night’s game in LA where the Kings and Ducks face off again is sure to be an intense end of the season before the SoCal teams start the playoffs next week.

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  • Tonight’s shutout of the Bruins in LA was Jonathan Quick’s 5th of the season. It was also the first time he won two games in a row since the Kings’ four game streak at the end of last month (Quick won the first two and last of the four). Their special teams have also been struggling. Until scoring against the best goalie (in save percentage and goals against average), Tim Thomas, on the power play tonight, the Kings had a 0-22 streak on the power play. Perhaps their special teams have finally started to click again. Ryan Smyth (who scored the power play goal about half-way through the first period, which ended up being the game winning goal due to Quick’s shutout) mentioned that the Kings had “capitalized on special teams tonight, which we’ve been lacking as of late.” Not only did the Kings score on the first of their three power play opportunities, but they were perfect on the penalty kill. Smyth also said he thinks the Kings have been creeping up to the level of play they’re at now in their last few games. The main question is whether the Kings will be able to sustain their high level of play and confidence. They competed for a full sixty minutes tonight, which is something I hadn’t seen from them yet this calendar year. Though they beat the Coyotes in Phoenix on Saturday, the Kings gave up a three goal lead to scare their fans first.

    Boston has been a consistently good team, but the Kings have won their last five games against them. Most Kings fans are probably wondering why their team has to play down to the worse teams if they’re capable of beating the best goalie in the NHL. While it’s true that any team in the NHL has the capability of beating any other team on a given night, Kings fans have seen their team barely show up for games against some of the worst teams in the league this season, which is very frustrating. Some of the worst teams in the league try harder than the Kings do consistently and aren’t capable of beating many of the teams they face. I think that’s easier to take than watching such a talented team choose not to compete at a high level sometimes. Maybe beating Thomas will help the Kings regain their confidence and continue to climb back up the standings. In spite of being in 11th place as of tonight’s win, the Kings are only 3 points behind the 8th place Colorado Avalanche. The western conference is very tight, so the Kings are really only one decent winning streak away from being back in the playoff picture.

    The Bruins don’t play in SoCal often, which explains why tonight’s sellout crowd was closer to the announced 18,118 than I’d seen it in quite a while. There’s more energy in Staples Center when it’s pretty full, which definitely helps the Kings face an opponent. I’m sure they realize that if they win more there will be more fans in Staples Center, which will make it easier for them to win… It’s definitely a better cycle than the one where losing makes fewer fans show up, which makes it more difficult to play a full 60 minutes and win games.

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  • The Los Angeles Kings are back in 1st place in the NHL (the Flyers were there for a few hours until the end of the Kings game). Before tonight, the Lightning had never lost at Staples Center and their goaltender Mike Smith had never lost a game to the Kings. The Kings had also not lost at home this season (4-0-0). Los Angeles hadn’t started 4-0 at home since the 1988-89 season. Clearly, something had to give tonight – at least one of the streaks had to end. The Lightning & Smith’s streaks gave way as Jonathan Quick stopped all 24 shots he faced (including 3 by NHL leading scorer Steven Stamkos) and extended the Kings’ home winning streak to 5-0-0 so far this season. Jonathan Quick also ended Steven Stamkos’ 7 game point streak.

    In spite of the low score, tonight’s game in LA was a lot more exciting than the game the Lightning played in Anaheim last night (where they lost to the Ducks 3-2 in overtime). Tonight’s game had the potential to be one of the best hockey games in the NHL this season. Two of the top teams in the country (who were #1 and #2 in the NHL before any of tonight’s games were played) faced each other for the only time this season. Hockey fans everywhere were interested in this game and it was definitely more exciting than last night’s game. The Kings’ 4th sellout of the season was definitely more full than most of the sellouts in southern California hockey.

    Dustin Brown got hit hard into the boards from behind pretty early in the game… not exactly the birthday present he was looking for tonight, but I’m sure the win helped make today a great birthday for the 26-year-old Kings Captain.

    The Lightning players were a bit tired after last night’s game in Anaheim, but a great team usually rises to the occasion when facing another great team and the Lightning seemed to have plenty of energy tonight. The Kings had been off for four days, which can also make it difficult to keep energy levels up. They came out with all cylinders firing and looked really good at the start of the game.

    The game got very chippy at the end. There had been some tough hits already and Downie clearly wanted to fight someone, but when he went after Doughty Mitchell stepped in. Downie missed, but Mitchell had to send a message. Fans always like to see players sticking up for each other. Things were definitely very chippy near the end of the game, but there were only two fighting penalties in the game (when Mitchell and Downie fought). Things seemed a bit out of control near the end of the game, but no one was seriously injured.

    Justin Williams’ goal was the only goal of tonight’s game. It extended his goal streak to tie his career high of four games. His goal was a beautiful goal with a great pass from Smyth to start it off. Williams continued to be the Kings’ best offensive player this season. Williams talked about how important it was to have Drew Doughty, the Kings’ most important defensive player, back tonight and how well Quick played.

    Naturally, Jon Quick talked mostly about how great the team in front of him performed and didn’t take much credit for his stellar performance tonight. That’s the kind of guy he is, but Kings fans know how important it is to have a solid goaltender and so do the players on the team.

    The Kings host the Predators at Staples Center on Sunday in a fairly rare 7:00 pm start. They’ll try to be the second team this season to start out 6-0-0 at home (the Blues have won all six of their home games this season). The Lightning head to San Jose to face the Sharks on Saturday and try to win at least one game in California on their west coast trip (they’re 1-1-1 in their road trip so far and I’m sure they want to head back to a win before heading home).

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  • This year’s training camp at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo has a better atmosphere than I’ve seen there. I’ve only followed the Kings closely for about 10 years and in that time I haven’t seen this much depth on the Kings team. This year, the “problem” the Kings face is who to cut, not how to put together a team that can be competitive. That’s the issue every team wants to have. The players at the Kings’ training camp are all playing at such a high level that it makes the camp more enjoyable for everyone. Watching the drills is much more entertaining when the players are executing everything well.

    I talked to the players and Coach Murray about the fact that the team seems to be having more fun out there this year than I’ve seen in the past. I thought perhaps it was because they were in the playoffs last year and are expecting to play at a higher level and make the playoffs again. Terry Murray said, “It’s a sign of maturity for a hockey club in my mind” and that the players know the drills and testing they’ll be going through when they arrive at camp, so they’re prepared, more relaxed, and have more fun.

    Clearly, line changes happen throughout the pre-season and the season as the coach tries to get their best lines together. However, for the moment Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar are on the first line with Ryan Smyth. They haven’t played together on a line 5 on 5 for a while, but they’ve played on the power play and getting the line chemistry back shouldn’t take long.

    The beginning of training camp always seems to be about getting their timing back and for Willie Mitchell, that’s even more the case, since he’s been off the ice with his concussion for a while. He’s also learning the Kings’ system, working with new teammates, a new coaching staff, etc. It’s early, but I thought Willie and Drew Doughty looked pretty good together in practice.

    The first Kings’ pre-season game is Wednesday night in Colorado. Their first game at Staples Center this pre-season is the following night when they have split squad games at 7 in Phoenix and hosting Phoenix at 7:30 at Staples Center in LA. I’m sure Thursday’s game in LA will be better attended than any pre-season game in LA for a while. The fans are all very happy to be supporting a more competitive team again.

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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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  • Though I haven’t read Murphy’s Laws of Playoff Predictions, I’m guessing one of them would work to ensure that the only prediction I’ve gotten totally correct so far (team and number of games – I correctly predicted that the Pens would advance, but thought they’d do it faster than 6 games) was the Kings vs. Canucks series. I predicted that Vancouver would win in 6 games and they did. Since I want the Kings to do well, that prediction was the one I most wanted to have wrong. So, naturally, it was the first I had exactly right. The last couple years, I did really well in playoff predictions. I was due for an off year, I guess. It’s very possible the Kings/Canucks series will be the only prediction I get exactly right in the first round.

    Most of the players seemed to think (as I do) that Roberto Luongo stole the series for the Canucks. Luongo made a huge difference in the series – especially the last two games in Staples Center. Ryan Smyth pointed out that he thought Luongo got better as the series continued and I agree. He didn’t look as sharp in the first few games, but he was really amazing the last few games. In the playoffs, you need your key players to step up. The Kings’ number one scorer in the regular season was almost kept too far out of the equation by the Canucks and when Kopitar hit the post today, you could tell how frustrated he was getting. He knows he’s a player that should be up there scoring more than their defense and closer to the scoring of the Sedins. Perhaps it just takes time to adjust to playoff hockey. Terry Murray thought the Sedins made the difference in this series. They really stepped up their play in the last three games and he thinks they were the reason the Canucks beat the Kings to advance in the playoffs. Murray’s got a point. Luongo played all the games in the series and only really looked like the amazing goalie everyone knows in the games where the Sedins stepped up their play.

    The last time a team similar to this Kings team got into the playoffs for the first time in a while with many players who’d never played a game in the playoffs, they didn’t even make it to 6 games. The Penguins lost a very disappointing 5 game series to the Senators. The picture of Crosby upset in the locker room seemed to be everywhere. A lot of people say you need to learn how to lose the playoffs before you can win them. When Helene Elliott asked Terry Murray’s thoughts on that, he said he agreed with the idea. The Penguins said the main thing they learned from that first playoff series for many of their players was that the playoffs are a lot of fun, but losing in the playoffs is a horrible experience. They made it to the Stanley Cup Finals the two years after that, winning the second year. If Kings fans could look forward to that outcome, I’m sure they’d be perfectly happy about their team not advancing this time.

    This was the Kings’ first time in the playoffs since 2002. Most of the fans stayed for the entire game and cheered for their team at the end thanking them for getting back to the playoffs. The Kings and their fans know the future looks bright. They have a very good young team and a lot of good players in the system. It looks like they’ll be a force for years to come and have a good streak of making it to the playoffs now. However, next year if the Kings don’t make it beyond the first round, players and fans alike are sure to be very disappointed. One round isn’t going to be enough to satisfy the Kings next year.

    As a side note, I’m a big fan of the Kings’ Back in Black logo. Every Kings fan I talked to really likes the logo. Unfortunately, the Kings only thought it was worth using this logo on one t-shirt (men’s sizes only, of course). Someday, perhaps they’ll realize that Alyssa Milano’s Touch line is a lot more along the lines of what women want than pink shirts that are too cutesy and not in line with the team’s colors.

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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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  • The Los Angeles Kings have two of the top 10 scorers in the NHL this season. Anze Kopitar is 1st with 26 points (13-13) and Ryan Smith is 7th with 20 points (8-12). Like every team, the Kings have had some moments where they haven’t looked that great, but this season they’ve managed to come back from those more times than not and win the game. When the Kings were on the east coast, they had their only losing streak longer than 2 games and their only set of consecutive games without points this season. A lot of people don’t watch late night games the next day or stay up late regularly, so they miss the rest of the Kings games.

    Beating the Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins might help the Kings. However, I have a feeling a lot of people will talk more about the fact that some of the Penguins’ key players (Malkin, Gonchar, Kennedy, Talbot) were missing from the Stanley Cup Champion team than they do about the fact that the Kings beat the Penguins. Of course, what those people will be missing is that the Penguins have been beating teams without some of those players. Until Colorado played last night, the Penguins were in first place in the NHL. Though the standings don’t matter much this early in the season, since they change so much between the first month and the end of the season, the Penguins had won80% of their games this season before playing the Kings. That’s an amazing percentage and the Kings beat them.

    The Kings of the 08-09 season would not have won the game against the Penguins. Pittsburgh scored the only goal in the 2nd period of the game, though the Kings had outshot them 13-7. Last year’s team would have gone into the locker room dejected and come out ready to go home. The Penguins would have scored a few extra goals that no one would have been able to blame on Jon Quick. Instead, the Kings came out in the third period determined to win. They were not going to fold and let the Penguins walk away with a win (easy or otherwise). They showed their fans what they’re made of and extended their streak of games where they get at least one point to 8 (they’re 6-0-2 in their last 8 games).

    They put on a good show for people like my dad who were excited to see the #1 scorer in the NHL for the only time they can this season. My dad has DirecTV, so he won’t get the Kings game on Versus Monday and he doesn’t have Center Ice. The only time he could see the Kings play this season was when his team (the Penguins) played them. This is why every team should play the rest of the teams in the league at least twice (once at home, once away). At least then everyone following any team in the NHL would be able to see Sidney Crosby, Alexander Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin, Anze Kopitar, and all the other great NHL players at least once a year in person (if they’re not injured – we only saw Malkin in a suit this time, though the injured players were traveling with the team).

    If the Kings keep on playing well on their road trip, they’ll start to get recognized as a good team that’s not just getting lucky. I guess we’ll see. The Kings begin a five game road trip in Chicago on Monday with their only nationally televised game of the season. Unfortunately, their only nationally televised game of the season is airing on Versus, so those with DirecTV who can’t find a bar willing to play a Blackhawks/Kings game when Monday Night Football is airing will not be able to see the Kings unless they’re playing their home team or have paid for NHL Center Ice. This is true of a lot of teams in the NHL. Though Bettman says he’s trying to expand interest in the NHL across the country, he doesn’t work to show different teams in national coverage. If you always show the teams with a huge fan base already (original 6 teams and other popular northeast teams), how will you improve your fan base? I understand that Sidney Crosby is the face of the NHL and I don’t argue that point. However, there are a lot of talented players out there and they’re not all on the teams in the northeast. Maybe someday the NHL will figure out a way to actually market the team, rather than just talking about it.

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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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