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  • From three down, one to go for Kings

    From three down, one to go for Kings
    You hear the names of the teams and years, spoken almost in hushed, ceremonial tones: the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs, the 1975 New York Islanders and the 2010 Philadelphia Flyers. The 2014 Kings are within one game of joining these hockey-history makers,...
  • Niemi in, Vlasic out for Sharks vs. Kings in playoff Game 7

    Niemi in, Vlasic out for Sharks vs. Kings in playoff Game 7
    SAN JOSE — For once, a coach didn’t play it coy when asked about his starting goaltender for a crucial playoff game. San Jose Coach Todd McLellan, whose team has relinquished its 3-0 lead over the Kings and faces a Game 7 on Wednesday...
  • In Kings-Ducks' Freeway Series, all roads lead to a real rivalry

    In Kings-Ducks' Freeway Series, all roads lead to a real rivalry
    So it is finally happening, hockey's Freeway Series, the one Kings center Jarret Stoll thought was going to occur last year after Los Angeles held up its end of the equation. "I remember us watching Game 7 last year between Anaheim and Detroit and we...
  • The ice is greener in Southern California hockey

    The ice is greener in Southern California hockey
    As the captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, a high-profile position in a passionate hockey market, Mike Richards couldn't go anywhere — to a baseball game, a restaurant, a club — without being recognized. That changed when he was traded to...
  • Dustin Brown appears ready to rejoin Kings' lineup on Thursday

    Dustin Brown appears ready to rejoin Kings' lineup on Thursday
    Kings captain Dustin Brown looked ready after a full practice Wednesday and a serious "bag skate" for about 50 minutes Tuesday. On top of that, he sounded poised to rejoin the lineup after a two-game absence because of a lower-body injury. The...
  • Kings defeat Canadiens, 2-1, for fifth consecutive win

    Kings defeat Canadiens, 2-1, for fifth consecutive win
    You can use several methods to assess progress but there are the old reliable signposts along the long-and-winding NHL path. There's the first 20 games of a season, the record at Thanksgiving, and on New Year's. This season, there was the mark at the...
  • Ailing Dustin Brown, Jonathan Quick questionable for game against Ducks

    Dustin Brown, who was benched by Kings Coach Darryl Sutter for much of the third period of the team’s 3-2 loss to Toronto on Thursday, did not practice Friday because he’s ill, Sutter said. Goaltender Jonathan Quick also missed practice...
  • Kings-Ducks: Quick, Brown will be game-time decisions; Fowler iffy

    Kings-Ducks: Quick, Brown will be game-time decisions; Fowler iffy
    Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick and winger Dustin Brown, both stricken by flu, will be game-time decisions Saturday night for the encounter with the Ducks at Staples Center. Neither player participated in the Kings’ morning skate at El Segundo, an...
  • Ducks turn up the intensity in 2-1 win over Kings

    There were distinct flickers of playoff-like hate, here and there Saturday night at Staples Center. You had Kings forward Jeff Carter and Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin snapping and taking jabs at each other behind the play in the first period...
  • It's all goose eggs for Kings as Ducks pitch shutout at Dodger Stadium

    It's all goose eggs for Kings as Ducks pitch shutout at Dodger Stadium
      An iconic home of home runs and saves neatly morphed into hockey's temporary home on a historic January night at Dodger Stadium. Of course, the startling transformation was not clever Hollywood sleight-of-hand but the guiding hand and mind of NHL...
  • Kings routed by Sharks, 7-2, in Game 2

    Kings routed by Sharks, 7-2, in Game 2
    SAN JOSE — It started with a surprise lineup change, a surge and a resounding thud. The sound was the Kings landing in deep trouble after blowing a two-goal lead in Game 2 and becoming utterly discombobulated in a woeful 7-2 loss to the San Jose...
  • A not-so-magnificent seven has Kings, goalie Jonathan Quick in a hole

    Gather 'round for a history lesson, of bright playoff campaigns gone bad . . . and gone south, fast. Sunday night's debacle at San Jose wasn't the first time the Kings have given up seven consecutive goals in a playoff game. It happened during, of all...