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Rob Scuderi

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  • Former Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi requires surgery for broken ankle

    Former Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi requires surgery for broken ankle
    A moment – or actually, 276 of them – of appreciation for Rob Scuderi. The seemingly indestructible hockey player is, alas, out of action for an indefinite period. Scuderi, the former Kings defenseman, signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins...
  • L.A. Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is pressing on, not decompressing

    Soon after the Kings' chartered plane pointed its nose westward from Chicago, scene of their season-ending loss to the Blackhawks on Saturday in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, Coach Darryl Sutter began getting ready to open training camp on...
  • Kings' Willie Mitchell ready for some new images in his career

    Kings' Willie Mitchell ready for some new images in his career
    Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell took the piece of treasure from teammate and captain Dustin Brown and hoisted the Stanley Cup above his head, skated away, hollered and kicked up his right leg in celebration. For Mitchell, it has been almost frozen in...
  • Kings peel away at their to-do list while keeping core intact

    Kings peel away at their to-do list while keeping core intact
    Remember those wobbly, unfocused off-seasons the Kings once stumbled through? Indeed, they have become a thing of the past. Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi and his staff have been as efficient off the ice as the team has been proficient on it....
  • Kings better hope their confidence doesn't get a quick hook

    Kings better hope their confidence doesn't get a quick hook
    CHICAGO — In an arena crammed with nearly 22,000 fans whose roars fairly made the ground tremble, Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick made a solitary and silent skate from his crease to the bench. It was nine minutes and 20 seconds into the second...
  • Kings' Robyn Regehr has a nose for the action

    Kings' Robyn Regehr has a nose for the action
    Defenseman Robyn Regehr’s face is a road map of the Kings’ playoff series against the St. Louis Blues. His nose, broken in Game 1 when he was hit in the face twice by David Backes’ skate boot, was again swollen on Friday because he...
  • Blackhawks defeat Kings, 2-1, in Western Conference finals opener

    Blackhawks defeat Kings, 2-1, in Western Conference finals opener
    The Chicago Blackhawks scored two second-period goals as part of a repeated shot-taking effort on gifted Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, producing a 2-1 victory over visiting Los Angeles in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday at United...
  • Crawford's game, confidence at elite level

    Crawford's game, confidence at elite level
    In one of his many bold moves Sunday night, Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford ventured 10 feet out of the crease as the puck dangerously veered toward him. It had taken an awkward bounce off Kings center Jeff Carter's stick and initially looked...
  • Kings are left crying foul after 2-1 overtime loss to Sharks

    Kings are left crying foul after 2-1 overtime loss to Sharks
    SAN JOSE — Jonathan Quick waved his stick and yelled at both referees as he left the ice after the Kings' 2-1 overtime loss to the Sharks on Saturday night, irate over the third-period penalty calls that put the Kings at a two-man disadvantage and...
  • Kings take 2-0 series lead over Sharks with 4-3 comeback victory

    Kings take 2-0 series lead over Sharks with 4-3 comeback victory
    Kings 4, Sharks 3 (final) The Los Angeles Kings have taken a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal series against the San Jose Sharks by scoring twice in a 22-second span in the final minutes of Game 2 on Thursday night at Staples Center. The...
  • Kings find a way to win a game they seemed bound to lose

    Kings find a way to win a game they seemed bound to lose
    The 18,000-plus fans who crammed into Staples Center didn't want to leave, lingering to digest what they had seen and savor an improbable moment. Who could blame them for trying to prolong a moment so stunning that it was at least the equal of the many...
  • This spring, every step is harder for the Los Angeles Kings

    This spring, every step is harder for the Los Angeles Kings
    SAN JOSE — If any doubts remained that the Kings' playoff journey this spring will be tougher than last year's relatively smooth path to the Stanley Cup, those doubts were shredded Tuesday in the jaws of a bunch of fast-moving, hungry Sharks....