Big News, Real Big News - Ruben Has Arrived

Yup, you all are sick and tired of hearing only my voice in an echo chamber (and occasionally Dominick or the odd upset Devils fan…) Well good news. We’ve got a new writer here at Ruben Segura has joined our wonderful team, and (as you’ve already seen) has a unique and interesting voice. You can rest assured that I would only bring the most talented and insightful of writers to the team, and Ruben is just that.

Ruben comes from Los Angeles, as all true Kings fans do, and as he comments, “attending Kings games has become less of a luxury and more of a necessity along with eating, sleeping and breathing.” While I’m not sure sleeping is as important as he makes it seem (I haven’t slept in what feels like weeks), I understand and appreciate the sentiment.

When asked about his favorite Kings memory, he demonstrates the relatively new passion for the Kings that is not unique to Ruben. “One of my fondest Kings memories was attending game 3 of the 2010 Stanley Cup Western Conference Quarter Finals against the Vancouver Canucks with my younger brother. Considering I was 14 years old the last time the Kings had made the postseason, I wasn’t about to pass up this opportunity.” I was at that game, and it was an impressive game to be sure. Let’s be honest, it was far more exciting than game 4… damn game 4…

So what else do we know about Ruben? “Outside my life of sports, I am currently attending California State University Fullerton. For the last two years I have been a Graphic Designer for the City of La Mirada and I also do freelance designing under the name Unity Design.”

If you need any graphic design, now you know who to call. In the meantime, let’s all welcome Ruben to our warm and welcome family of Kings fans. It’s especially important since he now attends school AND works in Orange County. God forbid he becomes a Ducks fan…

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