- Ben Margot/AP
Los Angeles now has two NFL teams, and on Thursday, the city’s hockey team apparently felt like boasting about it.
Following the Chargers’ announcement of their relocation to LA, the Los Angeles Kings couldn’t throw a punch at San Diego for losing an NFL team, so they decided to jab St. Louis.
After going up 2-0 in the second period against the St. Louis Blues, the Kings’ Twitter account unleashed a vicious burn on St. Louis.
Los Angeles now leads St. Louis 2-0.
…both in this game and in professional football teams.
— #LAKings (@LAKings) January 13, 2017
Now, that’s just uncalled for.
It’s been a year since the Rams left St. Louis for L.A., but L.A. is apparently still taking shots.
Luckily for St. Louis, the Blues are 21-16, half a game ahead of the Kings, and they’ll always have the Cardinals.