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  • Tim Leiweke was the Kings' top boss and their top fan

    Tim Leiweke was the Kings' top boss and their top fan
    Tim Leiweke spent his last evening as president and chief executive of AEG watching the Galaxy defeat Costa Rica's Herediano at the Home Depot Center. Had the Kings been home Leiweke might have been at Staples Center, cheering from the corner season seats he bought so he could vent his passion more freely than he could in a remote suite.
  • Kings' banner celebration turns into a real bummer

    Kings' banner celebration turns into a real bummer
    This was to be the night it would hit home that it wasn't a dream, that the Kings really did win the Stanley Cup. It was almost surreal while it unfolded. Their rampage through the playoffs was capped by a crazy celebration on the ice June 11, followed...

    Luc Robitaille honors mother's Stanley Cup request

    Luc Robitaille honors mother's Stanley Cup request
    NORBERTVILLE, Canada — Madeleine Robitaille could have requested anything from her Hockey Hall of Fame son Luc and he would have moved mountains to give it to her, but that isn't her way. She and her husband, Claude, worked hard for all they had...

    Jerry Buss didn't just put the Kings on ice

    Jerry Buss didn't just put the Kings on ice
    Jerry Buss was so strongly associated with the Lakers and their championships that it's easy to forget he was the Kings' second owner — and that they were more to him than a throw-in item when he bought the Lakers, the Forum, the Kings and a 13,000-...

    Pat Burns dies at 58; three-time National Hockey League coach of the year

    Pat Burns dies at 58; three-time National Hockey League coach of the year
    Pat Burns, who made an unconventional and accidental transition from police officer to hockey coach and was the only man voted the National Hockey League's coach of the year three times, died Friday at a hospice in Sherbrooke, Canada. He was 58. He had...