P.K. Subban is an elite NHL defenseman. Polite off the ice, the 25-year-old loves to talk trash on it. And Subban is one of the few black players in the league. Ben McGrath profiled Subban for the New Yorker and joins us to discuss one of hockey’s brightest young stars.
With an arena under construction and a potential ownership group in place, Las Vegas looks ready for an NHL franchise. But there are some potential snags. Would a local fanbase emerge? And what about the issue of gambling? ESPN’s Scott Burnside joins Bill Littlefield.
Montreal Canadiens legend Jean Beliveau passed away this week. Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette joins Bill Littlefield to remember the man known as a “gentle giant.”
Attendance at Florida Panthers home games is bad. So bad, in fact, that beat writers for visiting teams have tweeted pictures of the half-empty arena for laughs. Bill Littlefield chats with Yahoo! Sports’ Greg Wyshynski about the Panthers’ attendance woes.
John Branch’s new book “Boy On Ice: The Life and Death of Derek Boogaard” profiles the career of a pro hockey “enforcer.” Branch joins Bill Littlefield to discuss his book and the culture surrounding concussions in the NHL.
The 2014-15 NHL season is right around the corner. Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times joins Bill Littlefield to assess the Kings’ chances of repeating as champions and to explain why the NHL was wrong to eliminate the “spin-o-rama.”
In the NHL, the Los Angeles Kings won their second Stanley Cup in three years with a 3-2, double-overtime win over the New York Rangers on Friday night. Reporter Susan Valot joined Bill Littlefield from Los Angeles after Game 5 to discuss the series.
With an exciting end to Game 1, this Stanley Cup Final between the Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers looks to be a clash for the ages. Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times joins Bill Littlefield to share her thoughts.
The New York Rangers have rebounded from a disappointing 2013 and sit two wins away from the Stanley Cup Finals. Wall Street Journal reporter Matthew Futterman joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the team’s unexpected rise.
For the first time in history, two Southern California hockey teams are facing each other in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Fans of the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings have been waiting for the showdown for 20 years. Susan Valot went to check out the rivalry.