Since the 2012 NHL Lockout killed the annual Holiday show, we decided to mix together a compilation of some of the best KingsCast Los Angeles Kings Holiday moments from both the video show and the podcast. Includes “Hockey Neverland,” the LA Kings official Christmas cards, “My Favorite KingsCast things,” Holiday gift giving, “Most Miserable Time of the Year” and much more. Happy Holidays from KingsCast!
The boys (and girl) are back in studio with our best podcast of the season. That’s right, here we take a look at the Kings entrance into the Olympic break, a preview of the Los Angeles Kings who are taking part in the Olympic games in Vancouver and say goodbye to a player we barely knew….
Back in studio to talk a little LA Kings hockey, and we just couldn’t think of an appropriate title. Why? The Los Angeles Kings have been doing some winning as of late and are playing like a solid NHL hockey team. In this show we talk about the overall play of the Los Angeles Kings, spend some time on the Ilya Kovalchuk situation and talk about Connie’s new blog. Sit back and enjoy!
The Los Angeles Kings have been on a bit of a break but your friends at KingsCast have been working overtime to get you the latest and greatest on Kings hockey. In our 4th Annual Holiday Spectacular, Keith, Chris and Connie give out some gifts to the players, discuss the implications of the break, what healthy prospects to keep and take your questions from Twitter and Facebook. So settle back and enjoy! Feliz Navidad!
The Los Angeles Kings have finally been bitten by the injury bug….and they’ve been bitten badly. Losing Ryan Smyth for a month will be a huge test for this young team. Take a listen as Keith and Connie break down the latest and greatest of what’s new with the LA Kings.
On behalf of Chris, Connie and Matt “the Sound Guy”, we would like to wish all of you a happy, healthy and somewhat drunken (American) Thanksgiving.
This has been a fun year at the KingsCast studios and we wanted to take the time to thank each and everyone of you who has been watching, listening and commenting on our shows. As passionate Los Angeles Kings fans, we’re thankful to have fans like you who tune in to hear our endless droning about our favorite hockey team. We truly appreciate your feedback and support.
And, while some of you will be watching football, causing a drunken scene at dinner or already passed out, we’ll be tuning in to see our Kings take on the Vancouver Canucks. Let’s hope they don’t amplify our Black Friday hangover.
So, on this Thanksgiving day, as a hockey fan, what are you most thankful for?
In this episode we’ll discuss the new mentality of the Kings fan, talk about Kings assistant athletic trainer Joe Caliguiri’s recent dismissal, take a glance around the 09/10 season of the NHL, and we’ll also take your questions from Twitter and Facebook. Remember, folks: it’s quality, not quantity!
The regular season has begun but the KingsCast Hockey Podcast has fell behind the 8-ball on your favorite podcast. But Keith, Chris, Connie and Matt “the Sound Guy” will be back in studio tomorrow to record our Season 4 Premier.
This season we’re looking for more participation from you. Have a question you want answered, leave it here and we’ll see if we can get it on the show.
We’ll have some new stuff going on at the podcast this season that you’re going to love. Stay tuned for an exciting year on the podcast. Don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes so you can get the podcast hot off the press.
So, what do you want to know about the Los Angeles Kings? Leave a comment here. Go Kings!
Join the cast of KingsCast on Saturday, September 26th in Las Vegas, Nevada for the first ever Frozen Fury KingsCast meetup! We’ll see you at the bar at Diego Restaurant in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino from 5:00PM-6:30PM, just before the Los Angeles Kings take on the Colorado Avalanche.
Get a chance to meet fellow LA Kings fans and the hosts of KingsCast before what is one of the most spirited games of the season. The first 25 people through the door will receive a grab bag featuring a Special Edition KingsCast DVD (with an exclusive bloopers reel), stickers and a t-shirt. The Los Angeles Kings have generously donated an autographed player photo for each bag.
There is no cost to attend this event. It’s simply a great way to party it up before Frozen Fury. Diego Restaurant is conveniently located right across from the arena. The MGM Grand is located at 3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. For more information about the MGM Grand, please call (877) 880-0880.