Category Archives: 2013 Playoffs

Hockeywood Dailies: Game 3 videos

NHL Tonight break down Game 3.

Here’s Jonathan Quick, who recorded a shutout in Game 3.

Here’s the Captain, Dustin Brown, who spoke to the media.

Justin Williams also spoke to the media after the game. He was the star of the game in my opinion.

Here’s coach Darryl Sutter’s postage presser.

Across the way, Jordan Leopold was cornered by KingsVision.

Alexander Steen showed off his shoulder tattoo when he spoke to the media.

Finally, here’s Ken Hitchcock’s postage press conference.

Hockeywood Dailies: WCSF Game 2 Previews

Daryl Evans and LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen break down game 2 of the Western Conference quarterfinal between LA and St. Louis.

Jim Fox previews game 2 between the Blues and the Kings, from St. Louis.

On Wednesday, Foxy reports on the off day from St. Louis on the quarterfinal playoff series between the Blues and Kings.

Blues Head Coach Ken Hitchcock answers a question about how himself and Kings Coach Darryl Sutter are different. (Hardy har har)

Daryl Evans and LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen break down game 1 from last night and give updates after the optional skate Wednesday.

Dustin Penner held court after practice.

Here’s Jake Muzzin Wednesday.

Robyn Regehr spoke after practice as well.

How about Trevor Lewis? OK…

Finally, here’s coach Darryl Sutter’s post-practice presser.

Hockeywood Dailies: WCSF Game 1 Previews

Jim Fox reports on Game 1 between the Los Angeles Kings and the St. Louis Blues.

Daryl Evans and LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen break down Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinal between LA and St. Louis.

ESPN analyst Barry Melrose previews the Blues-Kings series that he expects to be one of the closest 1st round matchups in all of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Then, Melrose swaps hats, and gives his reasons why the Los Angeles Kings will win the Cup foe NHL.com.

NHL Tonight previews the playoff matchup between the St. Louis Blues and the Los Angeles Kings.

NHL Network analyst Mike Johnson, Kevin Weekes and EJ Hradek give their first round predictions.

Dan Rosen names his X-Factors, or guys that need to step it up for each team to have success in the first round.