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  • 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...
  • U.S. juniors lose to Canada, NHL prepares for Winter Classic

    U.S. juniors lose to Canada, NHL prepares for Winter Classic
    Lots of hockey going on as 2013 ends...and not only in the NHL. At the world junior championships in Malmo, Sweden, Canada defeated the United States, 3-2, on Tuesday in the preliminary-round finale for both teams. Ducks prospect Nic Kerdiles of...
  • U.S. women's hockey team roster is set for Sochi Olympic Games

    U.S. women's hockey team roster is set for Sochi Olympic Games
    Some of the names read on Wednesday when the U.S. women’s Olympic hockey roster was announced should sound familiar: Forward Alex Carpenter is the daughter of former NHL standout Bobby Carpenter, and forward Amanda Kessel is the sister of Toronto...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • U.S. women, U.S. juniors continue winning ways

    U.S. women, U.S. juniors continue winning ways
    A shootout goal by Hilary Knight proved the difference Saturday as the U.S. women’s hockey team defeated Canada, 3-2, in a Sochi Olympics warmup at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. Kelli Stack and Alex Carpenter — the latter the...
  • NHL economics 101: A new Canadian TV deal, higher franchise values

    NHL economics 101: A new Canadian TV deal, higher franchise values
    VANCOUVER, Canada — A few NHL-related financial notes before I leave the Great White North for San Jose, where the Kings are scheduled for a 1 p.m. practice Tuesday afternoon in advance of their game against the Sharks on Wednesday. First, the NHL...
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in your seat; what do you do now?

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in your seat; what do you do now?
    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has stolen your seat. What do you do? It's a packed football stadium. He's eating wings. He's famous for his foul mouth, his ability to move quickly despite his large frame, and his admitted use of crack. Would you be a little...
  • Looks like Kings' Martin Jones will face Canadiens, history

    Looks like Kings' Martin Jones will face Canadiens, history
    MONTREAL, Canada — Bonjour from windy Montreal. It’s usually a big shock to leave Los Angeles and experience winter weather here, but the chilly temperatures back home made the transition a little easier this time. Martin Jones, coming off a...