The LA Kings and the Columbus Blue Jackets met for what could be termed an afternoon dislike. With an early afternoon tilt or the fact that both of the Kings trades courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets first with the Jeff Carter trade and then the Marian Gaborik trade ended with the Kings not the Jackets winning two Stanley Cups was the motivation for a feisty game early in the first period.
In what also could have shaped up to be a goalie duel with Jonathan Quick in net for the Kings and Sergei Bobrovsky in net for Columbus was anything but.
The scoring got started by the Blue Jackets with Drew Doughty in the box for interference when Tim Erixon was the recipient of a deflec...
The air is changing. There is a crispness to it that can only mean summer is ending, fall is coming and hockey is right around the corner. And that's a great thing.
Forgive my absence of late. Bears hibernate in the winter and sometimes my brain does the same in late summer. Let's face it; there isn't much going on in the NHL in August and my creative spark can be a fickle thing. But beginning with the Traverse City Prospects tournament, my motivation has returned.
Let's start with some recent developments in Ranger-Land.
Cally Is Captain
Duh! Was there really any question Cally was going to get the "C" sewn on his sweater? Everyone in the...