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  • Angels agree to terms with pitcher Mark Mulder

    Angels agree to terms with pitcher Mark Mulder
    The Angels fortified their pitching depth Wednesday by agreeing to terms on a minor league contract with left-hander Mark Mulder. Mulder, 36, has not won a major league game since 2006. He retired in 2009, after two shoulder operations, and decided...
  • U.S. hockey goes for speed and smarts in building men's Olympic team

    U.S. hockey goes for speed and smarts in building men's Olympic team
    Intent on building a smart, speedy squad that can transition quickly from offense to defense and back again on wide Olympic ice, Team USA executives decided that statistics mattered less than hockey sense and that a strong body of work outweighed injuries...
  • With Jonathan Quick injured, Kings' hopes rest with Ben Scrivens

    With Jonathan Quick injured, Kings' hopes rest with Ben Scrivens
    The Kings considered goaltender Ben Scrivens almost a throw-in when they acquired him from Toronto last June, with winger Matt Frattin and a second-round draft pick, for goalie Jonathan Bernier. Kings executives liked Frattin but were so unsure about...
  • NHL boosting promotional efforts with seven-part TV series

    NHL boosting promotional efforts with seven-part TV series
    After taking a big leap by expanding its menu of outdoor games to six — including a nontraditional matchup between the Kings and Ducks at Dodger Stadium — the NHL will go big in promoting its strategy by participating in a seven-part TV series...
  • Kings put away New Jersey Devils, 2-0

     Kings put away New Jersey Devils, 2-0
    NEWARK, N.J. — As Stanley Cup rematches go, this left something to be desired. On Friday night, the Kings played the New Jersey Devils for the first time in almost 17 months — and it was an uninspiring game until late in the third period,...
  • Backlash is startling after NHL is sued over repetitive brain injuries

    Backlash is startling after NHL is sued over repetitive brain injuries
    Ask any former NHL player who's about 45 or older if he ever had a concussion and he's likely to say he got his bell rung once or twice but went back out and played. It was unthinkable not to. Stoicism was — and is — as much a part of the game...
  • 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....
  • Martin Jones makes history in Kings' 6-0 victory at Montreal

    Martin Jones makes history in Kings' 6-0 victory at Montreal
    MONTREAL — Still glistening with moisture, the game puck from Martin Jones' second consecutive shutout sat behind him in the Kings' locker room at the Bell Center on Tuesday. Someone had grabbed it as a souvenir after the team's 6-0 rout, a...
  • Kings lean on shutdown defense in 3-1 win over Maple Leafs

    Kings lean on shutdown defense in 3-1 win over Maple Leafs
    TORONTO¬†— After the Kings made the most of their sagging energy by playing a smart, simple game on the second night of a back-to-back sequence, after they won the third period against the Maple Leafs to pull out a 3-1 victory Wednesday that extended...
  • Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is on pace to play for U.S. at Olympics

    Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is on pace to play for U.S. at Olympics
    TORONTO — Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, who hasn't played since he strained a groin muscle on Nov. 12, remains on pace to play for the U.S. Olympic team at the Sochi Games. David Poile, Team USA's general manager, said Thursday he had been told...
  • NHL suspends Boston Bruins' Shawn Thornton for 15 games

    NHL suspends Boston Bruins' Shawn Thornton for 15 games
    The NHL suspended Boston Bruins forward Shawn Thornton for 15 games without pay for punching and injuring unsuspecting Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Brooks Orpik in a Dec. 7 game. Orpik hasn’t played since. “It says volumes about getting...