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  • Kings playoffs: Analyzing Jonathan Quick's play

    Kings playoffs: Analyzing Jonathan Quick's play
    ST. LOUIS — The play everyone will remember from the Kings’ 2-1 overtime loss to the Blues on Tuesday in the opener of their playoff series is, of course, Alex Steen’s shorthanded winner. According to the NHL, it was the first...
  • Ducks' Teemu Selanne knows where his office space belongs

    Ducks' Teemu Selanne knows where his office space belongs
    If Wayne Gretzky once had his "office," then so does the Ducks' Teemu Selanne. Gretzky, in his day, often set up shop behind the net to create offense. Selanne's power-play "office" frequently has been the left-wing circle. Again, he delivered from...
  • Fox Sports West, Prime Ticket exec apologizes for split screen

    Fox Sports West, Prime Ticket exec apologizes for split screen
    Tuesday night, when the defending champion Los Angeles Kings opened defense of the Stanley Cup title at St. Louis, the game went into overtime and overlapped the start of the Los Angeles Clippers' key NBA playoff game against Memphis at Staples Center....
  • Hockey is a family affair for Teemu Selanne

    Hockey is a family affair for Teemu Selanne
    One happy byproduct of Teemu Selanne’s excellent hockey adventure is that his three sons, Eemil, Eetu and Leevi, and daughter, Veera, are around for first-hand viewing of their father. But the teenage boys, or at least one of them, can be a little...
  • Condensed NHL season results in a reshuffling of the playoff deck

    Condensed NHL season results in a reshuffling of the playoff deck
    The Stanley Cup playoffs will have a different look this season and not only because the Kings, for the first time in franchise history, are the defending champions. This condensed season produced a lot of injuries and a lot of dramatic playoff races....
  • There's a lot at stake when the Kings play host to the Ducks on Monday

    There's a lot at stake when the Kings play host to the Ducks on Monday
    Despite winning three straight games and five of their last six, the Kings aren't the NHL's hottest team. They're not even the hottest team in Southern California. The Ducks, who will face the Kings on Monday at Staples Center, have the league's...
  • Ryan Getzlaf is Ducks' Captain Comeback

    Ryan Getzlaf is Ducks' Captain Comeback
    When Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf invited his teammates, the club's owners and top executives to his home for a barbecue during training camp, they probably expected burgers and corn on the cob. What they got was insight into Getzlaf's keen desire to rebound...
  • Ducks reach another level in 4-2 victory over the Blackhawks

    Ducks reach another level in 4-2 victory over the Blackhawks
    Rising above the muck of a lockout-compacted schedule to play gloriously intense hockey in mid-March, the Chicago Blackhawks and Ducks pushed each other to great heights. Their fast-paced, energetic battle Wednesday at Honda Center reinforced their status...
  • NHL cancels games through Nov. 30

    NHL cancels games through Nov. 30
    The NHL put the "no" in November and continued its determined march toward irrelevance by canceling games through Nov. 30, an announcement that was expected following the silent expiration of its Thursday deadline for a labor agreement with the players'...
  • Some questions and answers as the NHL lockout continues

    Some questions and answers as the NHL lockout continues
    Representatives of the NHL and the players' union met twice in Toronto on Monday, once to review last season's revenue figures and again at an NHL Alumni dinner, but they appeared no closer to resolving the labor dispute that led the league to lock out...
  • No ringing endorsement, yet, for NHL players in Sochi Olympics

    No ringing endorsement, yet, for NHL players in Sochi Olympics
    The countdown to the Sochi Olympics slipped beneath the one-year mark last week with a huge question looming: Will NHL players participate in Russia's first-ever Winter Games? The answer should be clearer after executives of the NHL, NHL Players' Assn....