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  • Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1

    Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1
    Is there no end to the Kings' resilience, no situation too dire for them to wiggle out of, even if they skate off with the hair at the ends of their lengthy playoff beards singed from the flames they just escaped? Heavy-legged Wednesday in the first...
  • Drew Doughty goes from low to high in Kings' 3-2 win over Rangers

    Drew Doughty goes from low to high in Kings' 3-2 win over Rangers
    That wasn't Drew Doughty. No way. Not the guy who established himself as the NHL's best two-way defenseman in these playoffs. But there he was in the first period, trying to work his way around the New York Rangers' defense at the point. Instead, he...
  • NHL free-agency: Ducks sign Minnesota defenseman Clayton Stoner

    NHL free-agency: Ducks sign Minnesota defenseman Clayton Stoner
    NHL free agency opened with a furious rush -- 46 signings in the opening 2 1/2 hours of free agency for a record $393 million on Tuesday morning, according to Canadian cable network TSN. The Ducks were responsible for several hellos and goodbyes....
  • NHL free-agent update: Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller signs with Calgary

    Swiss native Jonas Hiller was talking with the Ducks in 2007. One extremely busy general manager named Brian Burke closed the deal to sign the goalie for Anaheim, which would win the Stanley Cup that spring. "I still remember seven years ago he flew...
  • Paul Stastny, Thomas Vanek find new homes via NHL free agency

    So what does half a billion dollars buy these days? For starters, the answer might cover the first day of NHL free agency. It was an unprecedented rush of frenzied spending, soaring past $500 million and 70-plus signings before dinner time Tuesday...
  • Beating 'King' Henrik Lundqvist was last obstacle to Kings' title

    Beating 'King' Henrik Lundqvist was last obstacle to Kings' title
    Of all the rigorous tests the Kings had to pass to get to the Stanley Cup Final, the final exam was getting a winning shot past the New York Rangers’ highly skilled and determined goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Lundqvist, who was 11-2 in elimination...
  • How the Kings became champions ... I did it!

    How the Kings became champions ... I did it!
    It was a lot of work, but, yes, I fixed the Kings. No need for thanks. Getting re-assigned from writing about the Ducks to the Kings in 2005 seemed like a move uptown. The journey ended up on skid row. The word “dysfunctional” was...
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti to sing 'New York, New York' on TV if Kings lose

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti to sing 'New York, New York' on TV if Kings lose
    If the Kings lose the Stanley Cup to the New York Rangers, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has promised to sing Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Garcetti and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio have placed a bet on the outcome of...
  • Stanley Cup Final notes: Kings' Robyn Regehr likely to play in Game 2

    The Kings and the New York Rangers might make a change in their defense corps for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, to be played Saturday at Staples Center. Kings Coach Darryl Sutter said Friday that defenseman Robyn Regehr "will probably play" in Game...
  • Kings place Will Ferrell's 'Go Kings Go!' video in Times Square

    Kings place Will Ferrell's 'Go Kings Go!' video in Times Square
    The Kings not only want to take a 2-0 Stanley Cup Final lead back to New York with them Sunday, but they also want New Yorkers to have a hint of what it’s like to be inside┬áStaples Center. The Kings purchased video-board advertising in Times...
  • Kings raise comebacks to an art form, and Game 2 win is a masterpiece

    Kings raise comebacks to an art form, and Game 2 win is a masterpiece
    How do they keep skating? How do we keep breathing? The Kings pulled off another unlikely comeback Saturday night in a spring full of them, fighting back for nearly five full periods of hockey before turning the Staples Center ice into a dancing,...
  • Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final

    Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings' playoff run two years ago was so neat and tidy and efficient. They won the first three games in all four rounds, used the same six defensemen in every game, and needed only 20 contests to win the Stanley Cup. Their current run has been far...