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Scallops and Mushroom Polenta

January 31, 2012 by

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I first had this dish at Erik Erickson’s restaurant on the pier at Ventura, California. I went home and recreated it as near as I could. It’s a deceptively easy elegant meal to make after a Kings win. You may also use regular polenta, just cook it and place in a cake pan. Let cool and slice […]

Observations From a New College Hockey Fan

January 30, 2012 by

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When you follow a Pro Sport such as hockey, you often hear about your team’s minor leagues and college prospects. The majority of fans know a few names as they are thrown around during the season, and I certainly fall into that catagory. I had heard of the best of the minors, etc. The ones […]

Hockey For Beginners – Get to know your Nicknames

January 27, 2012 by

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“Titles are but nicknames, and every nickname is a title.” – Thomas Paine We know them by their nicknames. The Great One, Rocket Richard and Super Mario. Because really, every great sport player has been given a nickname. It makes us closer to them, more attainable if you will. This is a name we gave […]

All-Star Schedule

January 26, 2012 by

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Thought I’d just give you some info on the All Star schedule. You can click here for all the events on nhl.com.  If you are a Uverse user like I am, you do not get this feature since Uverse sucks butt and dropped the nhl network. You will have to either go without, or do as […]

Fontina Crostini with Lemon Gremolata

January 26, 2012 by

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Such a fancy name for a delicious and easy snack for during the All Star weekend. For the gremolata, combine; 2 tbsp. grated parmesan cheese 1 tbsp. each minced lemon zest and fresh thyme 1 tsp. minced garlic 1/2 tsp. each kosher salt and black pepper 1/4 tsp. red pepper flakes Set aside. For the […]

A Brief History of the Hockey Stick

January 24, 2012 by

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Ice hockey sticks are approximately 59.1 inches (150cm) to 78.7 inches (200cm) long. The blade is slightly curved in one direction, either way, to aid in retaining or lifting the puck of the playing surface. The goaltender has a slightly modified stick. The lower part of the stick is wider, the angle is smaller and […]

Game Preview – Kings vs Senators

January 23, 2012 by

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It was hard finding pictures between the Kings and Senators since the last time we played each other was back in November of 2010! This is our first and last time we will meet this season. No one expected Ottawa to be where they are in the NHL with 60 pts to our 56 pts. […]

Game Preview – Kings vs Avalanche

January 21, 2012 by

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  First off lets wish our All-Star goalie, Jonathon Quick, a very happy Birthday today! He is 26 years old. I think a perfect birthday present would be a nice win in net. Don’t you? Hard to think with that sweet boyish face that Quickie is married and has a one year old daughter!   […]

Los Angeles King’s Stat website for playoff chances

January 20, 2012 by

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I love this site! It’s called Sport Club Stats and it will give you the chances of your team making the playoffs. The website itself says: “Welcome. This site sheds light on 3 things: A team’s odds of making the playoffs. How today’s games impact those odds. How well they need to finish the season […]

Game Preview – Kings vs Flames – LGK Night!!!

January 19, 2012 by

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Tonight is the 1st annual Let’sGoKings.com Night at Staples Center! If you don’t know about Let’s Go Kings then you must go over to check it out. LGK is the offical message board of the Los Angeles Kings and a ton of fun. You have the latest news, tweets, pictures and videos of the team as well […]

The Year We Mowed the Ice

January 18, 2012 by

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March, 1959. Chateauguay, Quebec. My husband put up some boards in the back yard and made an ice rink for the kids, ages 4 and 5. He hosed down the whole area and waited for the frost to freeze it over. They loved it and used it every day to skate. Then we had a […]

Cheese Stuffed Pasta Shells for the Game!

January 18, 2012 by

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When you watch as much hockey as my hubbypat and I do, we cannot eat greasy game food all the time. First off, we would be over 300 pounds each because we watch hockey every night! So the challenge is finding healthy balanced foods that we can cook and not miss any of the action […]

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