(3/31) – Today’s top stories from around the web about the Los Angeles Kings.
- After a 19 year career as a sports reporter for The LA Times, Lonnie White is dead at 49. Besides sports writing, in his day Lonnie was also a football star for USC, setting records during his time with the Trojans.
- Little fishes and duckies scared of the Kings? What’s new? The loser of the two-horse race between San Jose and Anaheim will be forced to play LA in the first round of the playoffs. ESPN’s Craig Custance talks about why the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions won’t be going down that early.
- Jeremiah Girard of ISportsWeb talks about the similarities this year has to the 2012 cup run, and why a low-seed underdog mentality may be good for LA. Follow Jeremiah on twitter @JGirard1993
- Despite being a healthy scratch the last 14 of 15 games, Greene is supporting the team anyway he can.
- Sniper Jonny Brodzinsky, a 5th round pick for the Kings last year, is taking his defensive game to the next level. He plays for St. Cloud State alongside fellow LA prospects Nic Dowd and Kevin Gravel.