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03-17-2011, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by BigKing View Post
At the time of the Williams trade, Hammond was not an employee of the Kings so he had some sort of credibility at that point, although it was obvious he was being used as a PR tool for the Kings.

I actually think this "incident" helped move Hammond from an LBPT employee to an employee of the Kings for, if he is going to be the ultimate PR tool for the Kings, might as well just make it official and avoid anymore incidents like the Williams trade "fiasco".

His source is the LA Kings and its management. You read what the LA Kings want you to read. I've said it before but it is worth repeating: the blog has helped shape public opinion on many players. Management knows this and they use it to their advantage.
What advantage is Kings' management getting by "shaping public opinion on many players"?

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