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Los Angeles Kings Dustin Brown’s Wife Nicole, to Star in Hockey Wives

September 21st, 2014 at 10:18 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

As reported by Puck Daddy of Yahoo Sports, Dustin Brown’s wife Nicole, of the Los Angeles Kings will star in “Hockey Wives”, which features the lives of eight women married to hockey players.

As of now Puck Daddy says it will air on Canada’s W Network, but not in the U.S.

The show is not like “Basketball Wives” where it shows ex-wives, rather it will highlight the wives as mothers and strong women who aren’t just known for their husbands careers.

The producer of the show told Puck Daddy, The inspiration was Nicole Brown.She’s the CEO of that family.”

Dustin Brown told Lisa Dillman of the LA Times that he is only in the show for about four seconds, playing with his kids in the yard.

Nicole Brown also told Lisa Dillman about the show and how it will showcase the wives away from the stereotype, "Not everybody is an actress or a model — yes, there are some — and they're fabulous, but that's not everybody. We're not sitting at home on the couch, eating bonbons, paying people to take care of our kids and shopping every day."

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Howie Borrow: Keeper of the Beloved Stanley Cup, Part 2

September 21st, 2014 at 9:25 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

The Stanley Cup, a trophy that holds stories for 121 years. But, one of its four keepers, Howie Borrow of the Hockey Hall of Fame, holds some stories of his own as he gives us insight on his time with the Los Angeles Kings.

Howie loves coming to Los Angeles, not only because of the weather and good time, but because he is a long time Dodgers fan.

He is staying down by the beach where he can easily commute to the Kings training center, players and etc. Howie is enjoying his time here and the Kings are keeping him busy. “I wish I had more time to head down to the beach.”

Howie, the most kind-hearted individual you will meet, started off as a volunteer and has worked at the HHOF for 10 years now, five with the Stanley Cup. A dream job for almost every hockey fan. Although Howie didn’t play when he was younger, he has been playing for the past 20 years and been an off-ice official for the NHL, AHL, and OHL for years.

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Howie Borrow: Keeper of the Beloved Stanley Cup, Part 1

September 21st, 2014 at 5:13 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

The Stanley Cup, a trophy that holds stories for 121 years. But, one of its four keepers, Howie Borrow of the Hockey Hall of Fame, holds some stories of his own as he gives us insight on the beloved trophy and his time with it.

“I have the record for youngest baby put in the bowl,” said Howie,” I was in Chicago and one of the executive’s wives from the Blackhawks just had the baby. So we scurried down to the hospital and I got the baby in the bowl at 97 minutes old. I don’t think that one’s going to be beaten. I mean its pretty tuff, you have to be there just as the baby is born. That was a lot of fun.”

Howie, the most kind-hearted individual you will meet, started off as a volunteer and has worked at the HHOF for 10 years now, five with the Stanley Cup. A dream job for almost every hockey fan. Although Howie didn’t play when he was younger, he has been playing for the past 20 years and been an off-ice official for the NHL, AHL, and OHL for years.

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Dan Beckerman’s Day with the Stanley Cup

September 19th, 2014 at 4:30 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

AEG’s President and CEO, Dan Beckerman had his day with the Stanley Cup on Friday, September 19, and he couldn’t have been more appreciated at every stop he made with the Cup.

He started his day off at the UCLA’s Athletic Department, inside the Hall of Fame, where UCLA athletes, administration and students got to see the beloved trophy.

Dan Guerrero, the Athletic Director was thrilled to have the Cup at UCLA, “It’s certainly evident that all of the Kings fans are alive and well here at UCLA. The line has gone out the door and people continue to come in their Kings regalia and all their clothes, it’s a thrill for us to have the opportunity to share the Stanley Cup, with our folks here at UCLA.”

Standing in UCLA’s Hall of Fame where over 111 trophies reside, Guerrero added how the 121 year old Stanley Cup stands out,” We call ourselves the Conference of Champions, our motto is Champions Made Here, and all of our students athletes know that when they come here to UCLA they have a legitimate chance to win something, whether it’s a Conference Championship or a National Championship. So, this room that we are standing in right now has 111 Championship Trophies that UCLA has and one that the Kings won this last year. This is the right place for this trophy to be displayed.”

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Los Angeles Kings Training Camp: the Beginning

September 19th, 2014 at 2:52 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

The Los Angeles Kings training camp for the 2014-15 season was full underway at Toyota Sports Center on Friday. The players did a lot of off ice work including strength tests.

As we reported yesterday there were five major things to look for.

1.Jonathan Quick-who seemed to be just fine, going hard as always. Coach Darryl Sutter also stated that Quick, “feels good.”

2.Mike Richards- He was at training camp and it is still too early to tell if Richards has gone back to his successful self.

3.Defense- With Muzzin and Doughty as the starting pair, it’s not at a good time that we learned Doughty suffered an upper-body injury while training back home in London, ON. His injury has recovery time is not known as of now. Of course the Kings dealt with loosing Rob Scuderi last year, this year they will deal with loosing Willie Mitchell, and it will be nice to see veterans Matt Greene and Robyn Regehr step up.

4.Rookies- Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli looked to be as vibrant as always.

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