Patrick Sharp & Los Angeles Kings

Patrick Sharp (born December 27, 1981) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player and alternate captain currently playing for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Los Angeles Kings are a professional ice hockey team based in Los Angeles, California. 5.0/5

Patrick Sharp Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks Marian Hossa Los Angeles Corey Crawford Stanley Cup Justin Williams Jonathan Quick Jonathan Toews Western Conference Pittsburgh Penguins Brent Seabrook Jeff Carter Andrew Shaw Drew Doughty New York Rangers

THE JUDGE'S CHAMBERS Stanley Cup PLAYOFF EDITION Alec Martinez scored the GW Goal in Overtime as the Los Angeles Kings stunned the defending Stanley Cup Champions, 5-4 in Chicago in GAME 7 of the Western Conference Finals. The Kings, who became the 1st Team in NHL History to win 3 GAME 7's on the road in a single postseason, will seek their 2nd Stanley Cup in 3 seasons when they host the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday. It was a wild 1st Period, as Chicago jumped out 2-0 on goals from Brandon Saad & Jonathan Toews before Los Angeles was able to briefly tie the score on goals by Jeff Carter & Justin Williams. However, Patrick Sharp gave the Blackhawks the lead right back just 12 seconds after Williams tied it. Tyler Toffoli tied it a 2nd time for the Kings midway thru the 2nd Period, only to see Sharp untie it again on the Power Play late in the 2nd Period. Marian Gaborik tied it with 7 minutes left, setting up Martinez's heroics, whose shot deflected in off Blackhawk Defe ...
The Chicago Blackhawks fall to the Los Angeles Kings. The final score 4-3. Goals scored by Jonathan Toews who scored two goals for the Chicago Blackhawks and Patrick Sharp. The Los Angeles Kings lead the series 2-1.
I enjoyed the writing in this article I found on the website. I hope you do. -Brenda - There are few surprises between the two teams in the 2014 Western Conference Final. They have played each other too often in too many big games to have secrets from each other. If there were a hidden wrinkle or two introduced by the Los Angeles Kings of the Chicago Blackhawks, it has been observed and game-planned against by the other. "I think both teams are well-coached, have great scouts, and I think everyone is pretty prepared as far as what the other team is going to do," Chicago forward Patrick Sharp said. "It takes a couple of games to know the tendencies of the guys you are playing against. Every series we have ever played in, by the end of the series it seems we know the other team inside out and vice versa and we are starting to see that now." The teams are tied at one win apiece in this best-of-7 series with Game 3 at Staples Center on Saturday (8 p.m. ET, NBC, CBC, RDS). For four of the first five periods of ...
Now to all my American Hockey friends... tomorrow morning i hope that you will all join your Canadian neighbors and be cheering with your Canadian friends and cheering for YOUR team's Canadian players ... for a North American... Canadian Gold medal win...against Sweden! (Jay Bouwmeester and Alex Pietrangelo with St Louis Blues, Drew Doughty, Jeff Carter, of the Los Angeles Kings, Duncan Keith, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp of the Chicago Black Hawks, Shea Weber, of the Nashville Predators, Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars, Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins, Sid the kid Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz, of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Matt Duchene of the Colorado Avalanche, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry of the Anaheim Ducks, Patrick Marleau of the San Jose Sharks, Rich Nash of the New York Rangers, and Martin St Louis of the Tampa Bay Lightning. And our Canadian Canadiens, Carey Price, Roberto Luongo, Mike Smith (Phoenix Coyotes) and sad to not see PK Suban in the line up but i am sure he will be there in 2018 ...
Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Kings team everyone expected showed up, and they skated away with a 3-1 victory. The Kings played the Hawks physically, pressuring their D and forcing turnovers early. They also got the Hawks off their games in the 2nd period. Patrick Sharp took two frustration pena...
Blackhawks chase Quick in 2nd period, top Kings 4-2 to take 2-0 lead in West finals CHICAGO - There's a sign in the hallway that runs from the home locker room to the ice at the United Center. It says "EARN IT," and it was sure hard to argue that the Chicago Blackhawks haven't done just that during an impressive start to the Western Conference Finals. Bryan Bickell and Michal Handzus scored on consecutive shots in the second period, and Chicago chased goalie Jonathan Quick on its way to a 4-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings in Game 2 on Sunday night. Andrew Shaw and Brent Seabrook also scored as the rolling Blackhawks grabbed a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with their fifth consecutive victory. Patrick Sharp and Brandon Saad had two assists apiece, and Corey Crawford made 29 saves in another solid performance. "It's a high-speed game. If we use our speed, we'll be all right," Shaw said. "We played our game. That's the difference. The guys played good. We all competed for each other. We did every ...
Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa scored in the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Los Angeles Kings, 2-1, on Saturday in Game 1 of the Western...
REAL NHL FANS ONLY: Blackhawks LW Patrick Sharp and RW Marian Hossa provide the winning goals against the Los Angeles Kings in a 2-1 victory @ the United Center in Chicago. The WCF series continues today @ 5pm.
Blackhawks 2, Kings 1 Blackhawks lead Western Final series 1-0 - After giving up an early goal to the Kings' Justin Williams in the first period (only the second shot on goal for the defending champs at that point), the Chicago Blackhawks got two pucks past the lightning reflexes of Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick (who looks strikingly similar to Eminem, only with longer, darker hair), with Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa logging the scores. - Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford stopped 21 of 22 pucks he faced, while, in defeat, Quick stopped 34 of 36 shots he faced for Los Angeles. Knowing what I know about the two teams, I expect seldom goals and more of the same the rest of the series. We'll see what happens in Game 2 tonight. GO BLACKHAWKS!
Marian Hossa’s deflection gives Blackhawks 2-1 victory over Kings in Game 1 On the day before Game 1, Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane and head coach Joel Quenneville were asked about how to solve Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick. Both of their answers involved "traffic" and "second opportunities," something the Blackhawks used Saturday in their a 2-1 victory to take a 1-0 series lead. Chicago did everything they could to beat Quick in the first period, but the Kings netminder wouldn't allow any of the 17 shots fired by the Blackhawks past him. Meanwhile, the Kings managed just two shots on Corey Crawford at the other end, one of them coming off of Justin Williams' stick for a 1-0 lead. Finally, in the second period, the Blackhawks figured out Quick, who had allowed seven goals in his previous five games entering Game 1. First, Chicago cashed in on one of those "second opportunities" when Johnny Oduya's shot bounced off Quick's pad and onto Patrick Sharp's stick, who then put it home f ...
As the NHL lockout drags on, the players missed out on the third of 14 paycheques this past week they were to have received in the 2012-13 season. That means Eric Staal have already missed out on over $1.8 million in salary. Mike Richards of the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings has also not seen a similar payment go his way. Staal brothers Jordan and Marc would have been paid $964,285 and $808,298 respectively. Patrick Sharp meanwhile did not receive over $1.285 million after this latest non-payment due to the work stoppage that is now in its third month. To each of the players from Northwestern Ontario however, credit has to go their way as none of them have bolted for Europe to play and take a job away from a another player. Future hall of famer Chris Pronger is one of a number of NHL players still receiving their full salary as they were on the injured list before the lockout began. By Tom Annelin
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