2019-2020 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings

The Los Angeles Kings would rather forget all about last season. They finished with just 71 points, their fewest since 2006-2007, and bowled their way through a few coaches until settling on Todd McLellan. He was hired April 16 after the ejecting of Willie Desjardins, who was brought in to replace John Stevens after aContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Los Angeles Kings”

Kings: Your Yearly Reminder That It’s Time for LA to Re-Tool

The Los Angeles Kings are out of playoff contention, of course. It was Monday’s loss to the Winnipeg Jets that sealed the deal, with the Kings’ 1-6-0 record over their last seven games hardly indicative of a playoff-ready club. So, what happened? Los Angeles has, after all, missed the playoffs in three of their lastContinue reading “Kings: Your Yearly Reminder That It’s Time for LA to Re-Tool”

Kings: Los Angeles Keeps Losing, Slowing Down

What is wrong with the Los Angeles Kings? They dropped a 4-2 decision to the Dallas Stars Tuesday, pressing a four-game losing streak into a five-game losing streak. They are a team that has not won or led a game since October 11, when they defeated the Montreal Canadiens. Since then, they’ve lost to theContinue reading “Kings: Los Angeles Keeps Losing, Slowing Down”

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Vegas Tackles the Return of the Kings

It’s the playoffs and you know what that means: the Vegas Golden Knights will face the Los Angeles Kings in the first round. Game One comes to fruition on Wednesday in Vegas. The Golden Knights have surprised nearly everyone with their debut season and clinched a playoff berth, marking the first time any “traditional” expansionContinue reading “2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Vegas Tackles the Return of the Kings”