Rob Zombie has already targetted his next movie project, this time a film based on the notorious Broad Street Bullies. Here he talks to ESPN about it. Enjoy!
The Broad Street Bullies terrified hockey fans in the 1970s. Children in places like Boston and Buffalo feared that Dave “The Hammer” Schultz or one of the other toothless goons from those infamous Philadelphia Flyers teams lurked underneath their beds. (more…)
Zombie and hockey? Most Definitely!
Hollywood is a hockey town again with LA Kings’ stunning run to Western Conference finals. From the Washington Post.
By Associated Press, Published: May 7 AP
LOS ANGELES — Mason Brown has been wearing his Los Angeles Kings jersey every day for about two weeks now. He doesn’t even take it off when he goes to school.And Kings captain Dustin Brown’s 3-year-old son isn’t the only crazy hockey fan in Southern California these days.
Nineteen years after Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille turned Hollywood into a hockey town, Mason’s dad and goalie Jonathan Quick are doing it again.
The eighth-seeded Kings are the first team in the conference finals after a stunning nine-game evisceration of Vancouver and St. Louis, the West’s top two teams. Buzz is building all around town for the Kings, who are halfway to hoisting the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history.“I think everyone is pretty excited right now,” Brown said Monday while spending a rare day off with his family. (more…)