LA Times Is Up-to-Date on its Hockey

LBS reader Andy happened upon the front page of the LA Times online the other day and noticed a nice feature story on Rob Blake getting some prominent play on the site. We’re talking about the front page of the entire site mind you, not just the sports section. And that’s in a town with fan favorites like the Lakers and Dodgers. Needless to say, it was a big step for the NHL to get that type of pub. Only problem, the web editor creating the captions isn’t exactly Mr. Current Affairs when it comes to the NHL. Check it out:

Correct me if I’m wrong, but Rob Blake did sign with the San Jose Sharks a few weeks ago, no? Heck, didn’t the LA Times even have the story a few weeks ago? That’s what I thought. You know, I much prefer when web editors just stick to dirty titles instead.

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  • SpinMax

    I just don’t get all the crap going on between the fans, team and media out there when it comes
    to the Kings. I know they’ve sucked it up but they have a lot of good young players coming up
    through the ranks. The future should be bright. Is the owner doing something to counter their
    progress? I don’t get it.

  • x67789

    In a feature about other people’s screw-ups, don’t make one of your own.  The headline should read “LA Times is up-to-date on its hockey”.  ITS, not IT’S.  The possessive form of IT has no apostrophe.  Ever.