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  • Slow start doesn't mean end to Kings' run as Stanley Cup champions

    Slow start doesn't mean end to Kings' run as Stanley Cup champions
    Sure, this is a short season. But a Canadian columnist might have been rushing things a tad when he suggested the Kings' Stanley Cup defense was doomed after they had lost their first three games. "OK, so 0-2-1 isn't the end of the world. But in a 48-...
  • Ducks overpower struggling Kings, 7-4

    Ducks overpower struggling Kings, 7-4
    The Kings’ superb goaltending and team defensive play were crucial to their Stanley Cup triumph last season. Their mental and physical toughness and attention to defense became their identity as they rolled out one cohesive performance after...
  • It's not a snap, but Kings get first win

    It's not a snap, but Kings get first win
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Kings got their first win of the season, each member of their top line got his first point of the season, and rookie defenseman Jake Muzzin played clutch minutes while scoring his first NHL goal. Notably missing from that list...
  • Kings see value even in 4-3 shootout loss to Ducks

    Kings see value even in 4-3 shootout loss to Ducks
    Grace and Louis Sutter didn't raise any dummies among their seven sons on their ranch in Viking, Canada. Darryl, the Kings' coach and perhaps the smartest of the brothers, knows when things add up and when they don't, and he knew his team's admittedly...
  • Kings, Jonathan Bernier find their way in 3-2 victory over Stars

    Kings, Jonathan Bernier find their way in 3-2 victory over Stars
    DALLAS — Jonathan Bernier played goal Sunday with a heavy heart, still grieving the recent death of his maternal grandmother, Georgette St-Gelais. "It's never an easy time to go through," said Bernier, who missed the Kings' trip to the White...
  • NHL investigating clock operation on last-second Kings goal

     
    NHL spokesman Gary Meagher said Thursday morning the league is reviewing events surrounding the apparent clock stoppage at Staples Center on Wednesday night that led to a goal by Kings defenseman Drew Doughty being allowed with four-tenths of a second.......
  • Kings announce likely lineups for first exhibition games

     
    The Kings on Monday announced the expected lineups for their first exhibition games, a pair of split-squad contests Wednesday against the Phoenix Coyotes. One game will be played in Glendale, Ariz., and the other at Staples Center. Goaltenders Jonathan...
  • Dustin Penner's fitness a weighty but happy topic for Kings

     
    The most closely guarded secret during the first day of the Kings’ training camp — more closely guarded even than the team's contract offer to unsigned defenseman Drew Doughty — was Dustin Penner’s weight. The massive left wing,...
  • Trent Hunter gets a chance to shine at Kings' camp [Updated]

     
    All Trent Hunter wanted was a chance to show what he can do when he agreed to a training camp tryout with the Los Angeles Kings. On Sunday the 31-year-old winger got more than that: He was given a spot......
  • Kings' prospects Loktionov, Voynov, Hickey to play again Sunday

     
    The scheduled fourth line is Brad Richardson-Andrei Loktionov-Kevin Westgarth, giving Loktionov another chance to win a roster spot after a solid effort in the Kings' 2-1 split-squad shootout loss to Phoenix on Wednesday....
  • Kings, winger Simon Gagne agree to two-year, $7-million deal

     
    Shut out in the Brad Richards sweepstakes, the Kings on Saturday agreed to terms with free-agent left wing Simon Gagne on a two-year, $7-million deal. He will earn $4.5 million the first year and $2.5 million the second, following the......