Last night (December 23), San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson stirred the pot during his team’s game against the Colorado Avalanche, citing his disappointment with Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Brown, and the Kings organization, for not expressing concern for injured Sharks forward Tomas Hertl. But why did Wilson make those remarks publicly, rather than through the usual league back channels? Why did he go to the media with his remarks? What was Wilson trying to accomplish? Frozen Royalty just might have the answer... http://wp.me/pi4Fc-83m

#LAKings #SJSharks #LosAngeles #SanJose #NHL #hockey
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  • frozenroyaltynhlLast night (December 23), San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson stirred the pot during his team’s game against the Colorado Avalanche, citing his disappointment with Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Brown, and the Kings organization, for not expressing concern for injured Sharks forward Tomas Hertl. But why did Wilson make those remarks publicly, rather than through the usual league back channels? Why did he go to the media with his remarks? What was Wilson trying to accomplish? Frozen Royalty just might have the answer... http://wp.me/pi4Fc-83m

    #LAKings #SJSharks #LosAngeles #SanJose #NHL #hockey

  • beingfrank81Waaaaahhhh!!!
  • pepperorlowskyLittle bitch
  • freesol97@pepperorlowsky is about right
  • mhanna39Because, like the rest of his club, he's got as much class as summer school in Siberia...
  • th33fyDoug must have his "Cupless Choke Artist Loser Team" period.
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