Brooklyn to Denver to L.A. to Denver and back to L.A.
[QUOTE=PartyBoy13;21081936]That is definately a steep price but Lombardi's job is on the line and we desperately need scoring. There are plenty of positives. Carter and Richards played together, he can score, and he has ten years left on his contract. We also had Slava Voynov emerge this year to replace Johnson, however he will be missed. Let's hope this is the answer to our problems.
Best of luck Jack![/QUOTE]
There it is....Bingo!
And I concur, best of luck Jack. Solid guy and player.
Last edited by Paulie6986; 02-24-2012 at 05:21 PM.
Mets Dieharder Since '63 Broncos Dieharder Since '73 Los Angeles Kings Dieharder Since 1987 Los Angeles Kings 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Champions - Denver Rockets/Nuggets Dieharder Since '73
What's one way to awaken one of your slumping stars? Start trade rumors with his name all over them. I don't know if that's what they were trying to do but it worked. Great all around game for the Kings. If they keep playing like that, then I don't see them missing the playoffs.
We need the Kings team that scored 4 goals against the Blackhawks and the Wild to be the Kings team for the rest of the season in order to make the playoffs and then into the playoffs to go very deep in the playoffs.
We are only 1 point out of a playoff spot and a few teams like Dallas, Colorado, and Phoenix have cought fire. They can't all stay hot, and hopefully we can get some life and make a run. 2 of the 3 games since the trade have been encouraging.
When we traded for him I heard or read somebody compare him to Luc Robitaille and his play and especially his second goal did have a Luc-like feel. We are now one goal behind Minnesota for the second lowest scoring team in the NHL. Hopefully this play can continue and we can go on a run.