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Los Angeles Falls Short, Misses Playoffs

It’s hard to believe, but the Los Angeles Kings will not be returning to the post-season. The defending Stanley Cup champions had their playoff hopes extinguished on Thursday night after losing to the Calgary Flames by a final score of 3-1. The Flames, by the way, are in. This is the first time the defending […]

Kings Call Up Mike Richards

In the minds of many, it was only a matter of time before Mike Richards would find himself back in the National Hockey League. Dumped to the AHL’s Manchester Monarchs after clearing waivers back in January, the centre and his massive 12-year contract became a tale of disappointment and frustration. But now the Kings have […]

What’s the Plan for the Los Angeles Kings?

The Los Angeles Kings, the defending Stanley Cup champions, find themselves in an interesting position right now. They sit with a 24-18-12 record in 54 games, with only seven wins on the road. The only team with fewer road wins is the Buffalo Sabres. The playoffs aren’t a sure thing, obviously, and that puts Dean […]

Mike Richards Adjusts to New Life in AHL

On Monday, it was revealed that Mike Richards was put on waivers by the Los Angeles Kings. He subsequently cleared waivers and was sent down to the Manchester Monarchs in the American Hockey League, as predicted. Richards is a two-time Stanley Cup champion, an Olympic gold medalist, a Calder Cup champ, a Memorial Cup champ, […]

Kings Put Mike Richards on Waivers

Los Angeles Kings forward Mike Richards has been put on waivers. His club has been trying to figure something out for a while now, but it looks like general manager Dean Lombardi finally made a call. “I think it’s fair to say we made a final decision on this,” said the GM. “…that we’re going […]

Kings Work to Sign Justin Williams

The Los Angeles Kings are pushing to ink winger Justin Williams to a contract sooner rather than later, but there could be some hurdles. For one, Williams doesn’t want to discuss a contract while the season is ongoing. If a deal can’t be reached in relatively short order, talks could be put off until the […]

NHL Suspends Slava Voynov Over Domestic Violence Arrest

The National Hockey League has suspended Los Angeles Kings defenceman Slava Voynov after he was arrested on domestic violence charges. The NHL will be investigating the charges and Voynov will continue to be paid by his hockey club, but he won’t be able to attend practice or play in any games unless and until the […]

Kings Goalie Quick Ties Franchise Shutout Record

Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick has tied a franchise record with 32 career shutouts thanks to his 1-0 shootout victory over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night. He now sits knotted with Rogie Vachon, the Kings goalie who holds several franchise records Quick seemed poised to break. In March of 2014, for instance, […]

Kings Look to Maintain that Winning Feeling

The Los Angeles Kings will be defending their Stanley Cup for the second time in three seasons, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be facing a unique set of challenges going into the 2014-2015 calendar. For one thing, the Kings won’t accept anything less than a championship. This is a club with dynasty written all […]

Sharks and Kings to Meet Outdoors

The Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks will meet outdoors on February 21 of 2015 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. This marks the second straight year the National Hockey League has offered California an outdoor game. It’s expected that 68,500 or so fans will jam into the home of the NFL’s San Francisco […]

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