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  • Kings and Ducks will get a good glimpse of where they stand

    Kings and Ducks will get a good glimpse of where they stand
    Willie Mitchell doesn't need to look at a calendar to know the playoffs are approaching. "Practices are shorter. Games are more intense. It's a fun time of year," the Kings' veteran defenseman said. "Everything speeds up. It's a gradual progression. It'...
  • Kings' win streak comes to frustrating end in 3-2 loss to Maple Leafs

    Kings' win streak comes to frustrating end in 3-2 loss to Maple Leafs
    Anze Kopitar said the Kings lost track of the puck after Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer stopped him on probably his third point-blank chance Thursday, and that's why he and most of his teammates lingered in the offensive zone. "He made a...
  • Kings don't mind delay for Jim Fox Legends Night ceremony

    Kings don't mind delay for Jim Fox Legends Night ceremony
    The start of the Kings’ game Thursday against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Staples Center will be delayed by a pregame ceremony honoring former winger and current TV analyst Jim Fox, part of the team’s Legends Night Series. Waiting for Fox...
  • One more to go for Kings, Ducks before stadium game

    One more to go for Kings, Ducks before stadium game
    Their Dodger Stadium game will certainly be historic, with KISS in concert, beach volleyball to the side and an expected sellout crowd watching hockey in the open (and warm) air. But Thursday night's prequel to Saturday's NHL Stadium Series event,...
  • Kings add a potentially big piece in Marian Gaborik

    Kings add a potentially big piece in Marian Gaborik
    It took several years and a stop in New York and a more recent move to Columbus, but Marian Gaborik finally became a Los Angeles King. Gaborik was interested in the Kings a long time ago, and Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi had toyed with the idea...
  • U.S. hockey team avoids Olympic letdown, lets loose on Slovenia

    U.S. hockey team avoids Olympic letdown, lets loose on Slovenia
    SOCHI, Russia — The U.S. hockey team scaled a mountain by defeating Russia in a shootout. Coach Dan Bylsma immediately was concerned his team might fall off a cliff emotionally the next day against a lesser foe, Olympic first-timer Slovenia. He...
  • Paul Stastny leads U.S. past Slovakia, 7-1, in Olympic men's hockey

    Paul Stastny leads U.S. past Slovakia, 7-1, in Olympic men's hockey
    SOCHI, Russia—Twenty years ago, in Slovakia’s first Winter Olympics appearance as an independent nation, Peter Stastny was given the honor of carrying the country’s flag into the opening ceremony of the Lillehammer Games. In an odd...
  • Dallas Stars have some fun with Justin Bieber and Toronto Maple Leafs

    Dallas Stars have some fun with Justin Bieber and Toronto Maple Leafs
    Wow, things have gotten so bad for Justin Bieber that he is now being subjected to insults from hockey teams. The Dallas Stars were leading the Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-1, on Thursday at Dallas when they put up a picture of Bieber's mug shot from his...
  • NHL sends message on hits to head, but when will players get it?

    NHL sends message on hits to head, but when will players get it?
    The NHL's Wheel of Justice got several vigorous spins Monday, all dealing with infractions that caused head injuries. Colorado forward Cody McLeod was suspended five games for a boarding incident against Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall, New York...
  • Kings' Colin Fraser returns to practice

    Kings' Colin Fraser returns to practice
    Colin Fraser has that secret, that certain veteran savvy, to know what would happen if he made a play. Or, in this case, did not. And so, the Kings center didn't back off when faced with a bigger and stronger Frazer McLaren of the Maple Leafs last...
  • Ex-Kings executive Tim Leiweke adapts to hockey as life in Toronto

    Ex-Kings executive Tim Leiweke adapts to hockey as life in Toronto
    Tim Leiweke, the chief executive of AEG and No. 1 Kings fan for 17 years until his surprising departure last March, has learned some important lessons since he became president and chief executive of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment last April....