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Kings’ goalie Quick named NHL’s First Star of the Week


Jonathan Quick in April 2009 (photo by Resolute via wikipedia commons)

Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick has been named the NHL’s First Star for last week’s action.

The 25-year-old, a member of the 2005 NHL Draft class, 72nd overall pick, posted a franchise-record three shutouts during the week, beating St. Louis, Phoenix and Dallas. He has not allowed a goal in almost 189 minutes of action, another Kings record.

The most recent National Hockey League goalie to post three shutouts in a week: the Blue Jackets’ Steve Mason in December of 2008.

Quick is 6’1, 200-pounds and has been in the NHL since the 2007 season.

He is an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.


compiled from the NHL & the Los Angeles Kings


Avery accepts demotion to minors by Rangers

Sean Avery on February 25 2011 (By Bridget Samuels via wikipedia commons)

Sean Avery, at 5’10, 195-pounder has been a survivor in the National Hockey League. He is not much of a goal scorer, but plays good defense and can be an agitator and a fighter.

After being waived by the New York Rangers last week, Avery officially has accepted a demotion to the American Hockey League’s  Connecticut Whale.

There had been rumors and speculation that he might be headed to Europe.

Rangers general manager Glen Sather says there is a chance that the team could recall Avery if he earns it.

The 31-year-old Avery has been a professional since 1998 playing with Detroit, the Los Angeles Kings and Dallas before coming to the Rangers.

Info compiled from the NHL & the New York Rangers

Coyotes’ LaBarbera honoring Pat Tillman this season


Jason LaBarbera Septmber 2010 (photo by Michael Wilfall via wikipedia commons)

Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Jason LaBarbera is using his mask this season to pay tribute to NFL-star player-turned war-hero Pat Tillman.

Tillman was definitely a fan-favorite in Arizona, first with Arizona State and then with the NFL’s Cardinals.

He joined the Army shortly after 9/11 and was killed by friendly fire in 2004.

LaBarbera came up with the idea to honor Tillman over this past summer.

The 6’3, 230-pound goalie was drafted as the 66th overall pick in the 1998 NHL Draft by the New York Rangers.

LaBarbera has played for the Rangers, the Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet news

OSU grad Steckel traded to Toronto by Devils


Dave Steckel with Washington Capitals on November 2008 (photo by Horge via wikipedia commons)

Former Ohio State hockey player Dave Steckel is on the move again.

Steckel has played for Washington and then New Jersey who has traded him to the Toronto Maple Leafs for a fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft.

The 29-year-old Steckel had one goal in 18 games last season with New Jersey after being acquired from Washington at the trade deadline.

Steckel has a $1.1 million contract with two years remaining.

The 6’5, 215-pound center was the 30th overall pick of the Los Angeles Kings in 2001 in the NHL Draft.

Info compiled from New Jersey Devils & Toronto Maple Leafs

Los Angeles Kings make uniform changes; black is primary. dropping purple


Hockey Puck (photo by Robludwig via wikipedia commons)

The Los Angeles Kings will be changing their jerseys for the upcoming season. The color purple will be gone altogether.

Kings front office personnel have said that their fan base have been asking for the team to return to the black, silver and white color scheme adopted back in 1988.

The Kings’ black jerseys are becoming the primary home sweater. The black jersey features a shield with a smaller crown topped with the “LA” letters.

The team are making a white version of the same jersey to wear in every road game this season.

The “LA” crest is the Kings’ new primary logo. The crown will remain a secondary Kings logo.

Info compiled from Los Angeles Kings news

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