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  • Jonathan Quick makes progress; Colin Fraser will sit

    Jonathan Quick makes progress; Colin Fraser will sit
    TORONTO — Greetings from Toronto — but first a bit of good news from back in Los Angeles. Goaltender Jonathan Quick, out of the lineup since he sustained a groin strain on Nov. 12, skated on Thursday at the team's El Segundo practice...
  • Kings still looking for answers at left wing

    Imagine a day where the Kings get to the point where they don't have deep concerns about their issues at left wing. That day remains far off. But at least Kings Coach Darryl Sutter has settled on one promising combination, putting newcomer and left...
  • Kings' Dustin Brown ready for Wild, Jason Pominville

    Kings' Dustin Brown ready for Wild, Jason Pominville
    Kings captain Dustin Brown will renew acquaintances with Minnesota forward Jason Pominville on Thursday after earning a two-game suspension last season for an April 23 elbow to Pominville’s head. Will the Wild fans be calling for Brown’s...
  • Kings' home opener has different feel from last season

    Once you've been to the top of the mountain, the view from base camp isn't quite as beguiling. In other words: Nothing will quite match last season's home opener, in which the Kings raised their Stanley Cup banner. The Kings play host to the New York...
  • School's in session as Kings' Ben Scrivens shuts out Panthers, 3-0

    SUNRISE, Fla. — Even though Kings goalie Ben Scrivens was surrounded by the media in the hallway after recording a shutout, teammate Willie Mitchell managed to penetrate the scrum with a pertinent observation. "The Professor," the defenseman said,...
  • Kings' Dwight King gets a goal and a boost

    Kings' Dwight King gets a goal and a boost
    SUNRISE, Fla. — Kings left wing Dwight King had his own definition of what was politely called a rough start on the season-opening trip to Minnesota and Winnipeg. "I had two below-mediocre games on the road," King said. "And had a talk with the...
  • Ben Scrivens, Kings shut out the Panthers, 3-0

    SUNRISE, Fla. -- Kings Coach Darryl Sutter said that backup goalie Ben Scrivens would get his first start this season at some point on this four-game trip. Some point arrived Sunday afternoon. And it made total sense. Scrivens has excellent career...
  • Ducks sign Dustin Penner from Kings

    The Ducks brought back free agent Dustin Penner with a one-year contract Tuesday. The left wing has won a Stanley Cup both with Anaheim, where he began his NHL career in 2005, and with his most recent team, the Kings. Penner, 30, had two goals and...
  • Dustin Penner rejoins the Ducks: 'I've always wanted to come back'

    Dustin Penner spoke of something being "rekindled," his comfort with old friends and teammates, and his scoring touch being foremost in his thoughts as the former King signed a one-year contract to rejoin the Ducks on Tuesday. Penner's contract is worth...
  • Jordan Nolan agrees to two-year contract with Kings

    Jordan Nolan agrees to two-year contract with Kings
    Restricted free-agent forward Jordan Nolan has agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the Kings, the team announced Sunday. With the agreement, Nolan will avoid arbitration, which had been scheduled for Aug. 1. Nolan's contract is worth $1.4 million,...
  • Chicago's new and rising celebrity hot spots

    Chicago's new and rising celebrity hot spots
    Here's the thing about the most popular celebrity hangouts in Chicago: They're always changing. What was popular four years ago gets replaced by what opened four months ago. And what was once a restaurateur's or nightclub impresario's baby is now an...
  • Blackhawks fall to Canucks in shootout

    Blackhawks fall to Canucks in shootout
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Canucks got revenge on the Blackhawks the best way they knew how: On the scoreboard. In the first meeting between the teams since defenseman Duncan Keith injured the Canucks' Daniel Sedin with an elbow to the head...