The National Hockey League suspended Slava Voynov indefinitely pending a criminal investigation.
This is why you don’t let someone else run your Twitter account.
The police were out in force to prevent anything too serious, so we avoided a repeat of last year’s Vancouver riots. (Of course, in that case, Vancouver lost.) But there were still small riots and civil disobedience after the Kings won the Stanley Cup.
Since their inception in 1967, the Los Angeles Kings had never won hockey’s biggest prize. That all changed last night.
One of the funniest sports photos I’ve ever seen.
This guy has been a fan since way back in mid-May. Dedication!
Coyotes fans are understandably miffed this morning after a no call led to a series clinching OT goal for the Kings. Nobody can seem to come up with an agreeable answer as to what happened including analysts Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick.
In one weekend the LA arena played host to two different NBA playoff series and an NHL playoff series, all of which had multiple games. That makes for a lot of quick changes.
Los Angeles’ media has continuously struggled to talk about the Kings without getting confused or somehow bringing up Sacramento’s similarly named basketball franchise. The team made this infographic to set things straight.