Kings players give shoutout to the Easy Reader

Los Angeles Kings players Jarret Stoll and Matt Greene allowed a video camera guy to ride along as they drove from Hermosa Beach to a game at Staples Center. Like any other young millionaires, they talked about Starbucks scones, freeway traffic and the crime blotter in the Easy Reader — and how two young Russian rookies on the team missed a freeway sign and kept driving east past Downtown. "They probably shouldn't be driving together, those two guys," Stoll says drily.


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