Wherefore Art Thou Kings?

The heart of August is a rough time for Kings fans, and indeed for hockey fans of all stripes. The free agency bonanza is (usually) over, and if it’s not, people have grown tired of reading and writing about it. The pre-season is still nearly a month away, and there is generally little or no hockey news to report. It’s a rough time to be sure, but it’s also an opportunity to recharge our batteries and gear up for the upcoming season. We are hoping to add a variety of features to the blog during the upcoming season, so now seems like as good a time as any to get some reader feedback.

To be fair this is a bit of a two-part question (I know, I know… TWO questions?). First, what (if anything) would you like to see changed or added to this blog. I’m talking about what we cover it, how we cover it, or any other useful insight. Anything interesting you’ve got to say, we’re here to listen. I obviously can’t promise that we’ll enact all of the suggestions, but since we’re going to be making some changes anyway, we might as well take into consideration what you all want!

The second question is a bit more immediate. What would you be interested in reading during these dog days of summer? Do you want more prospect reviews? Previews on the season? Commentary on other teams? Random rants from my own scattered mind? What would be the most interesting to you? As before, obviously I can’t promise anything specific, but we’ve certainly got some time this summer, so bring on the suggestions.

Thanks for all the useful feedback (that I’m sure is coming…)

Topics: Los Angeles Kings

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  • Dominick

    Summer is notoriously slow. I think your doing a great job with the player previews. Looking at other teams systems(left wing lock, puck management, puck possesion, 4 man box, who’s the shooter on the power play when it’s set up, who is the decoy on the break out, and so on) would be great.

    Maybe a “what to look for” type of article on each team. That would give you 30 articles, or 10 if you break them up.

  • Dominick

    I meant 10 articles, 30 if you break them up.