Kale. Stop talking about Kale.
In his first year in office, Eric Garcetti has focused on rebranding Los Angeles. “I think we’ve assumed our sunshine would sell this place.”
The Los Angeles Kings may have won the Stanley Cup, but this Kings fan definitely lost.
It went to double-overtime, but Los Angeles is the King of hockey once again.
The young guns become experienced vets. Forget the experts, I believe in the boys in red.
They Kane. They Shaw. They Crawford.
Now this is how you cope with losing the Stanley Cup.
The Blackhawks celebrate their Stanley Cup in style.
Clearly the designers over on NHL.com have been celebrating the Bruins v. Blackhawks final while still on the clock. Because their merch has gone to some really, really weird places.
Mother Pucker, this is one good looking Stanley Cup Finals! Whether you’re cheering for the Boston Bruins or Chicago Blackhawks, we can all agree on one thing — we’d be lucky to score with any of these guys.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Unless you’re imitating a sieve.
So he ate almonds out of it.
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.
This guy has been a fan since way back in mid-May. Dedication!
The New Jersey Devils will square off against the Los Angeles Kings for the right to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup starting Wednesday. Chances are if you’re not a fan of either of those teams, you’ve been noticing some clues as to what happened to your NHL team.
The unlikely match up is set as the Los Angeles Kings will look to win their first ever NHL title against the San Antonio Spurs of hockey, the New Jersey Devils. Here are some critical things to keep in mind before the Game One puck drops on Wednesday.
Some fans support their home team by wearing their colors. This buxom, unnamed fan displayed her Coyote pride, and then some, at every Phoenix WCF home game..
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.
Attempting to solve the puzzle of staying onside with the puck without getting called for a handpass.
Breaking down one of the more infamous opening rounds of playoff hockey in recent memory with fancy graphs and colors.
Usually when you take the time to make a sign declaring how much someone “sucks” the subject doesn’t smile about it. Especially not in a photo op. Hopefully this guy doesn’t have a prior history.
Sure you could dedicate your life to hockey, practice constantly, make the NHL, and then win a Stanley Cup so that you could get your name inscribed on one of sports most iconic trophies. Or you could forgo that impossibility and try to eat one that’s made of 60 pounds of chocolate.
A moment of pure, unadulterated joy brought on by winning the Stanley Cup.
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