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  • Crowns all around for Kings and California Chrome?

    The Kings and the Sport of Kings are currently a couple of royal surprises. Theirs are stories needing no help from Hollywood. Truth is not only better than fiction here. It is, to use the favorite word of thoroughbred trainer Art Sherman, a "wow."...
  • Kings can thank former GM Dave Taylor for Brown, Kopitar and Quick

    Kings can thank former GM Dave Taylor for Brown, Kopitar and Quick
    There is no denying that General Manager Dean Lombardi has built the Kings into a consistent franchise. Still, it may be time for fans to revisit Dave Taylor’s years as general manager. The overall talent has been greatly improved under Lombardi....
  • L.A. Film Festival kicks off with sci-fi thriller 'Snowpiercer'

    L.A. Film Festival kicks off with sci-fi thriller 'Snowpiercer'
    L.A. Kings fans may have crowded downtown bars for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final Wednesday night, but hundreds flocked to nearby L.A. Live to kick off the 20th Los Angeles Film Festival with their own icy spectacle: the sci-fi thriller “...
  • World Cup continues: Guelaguetza or Rosalind's?

    World Cup continues: Guelaguetza or Rosalind's?
    Mexico v. Cameroon, Friday 9 a.m. Cameroon’s national team, friends assure me, is more or less the Boston Celtics of African soccer, with Samuel Eto’o as its aging Larry Bird. The team has over the years gone on mini-strikes until they...
  • Controlling the faceoff is critical to the game of hockey

    Controlling the faceoff is critical to the game of hockey
    His hands gripped the hockey stick a little tighter as he glided into the faceoff circle. Jarret Stoll spread his skates wide, crouching low to the ice, positioning himself nose-to-nose with his opponent. It was early in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup...
  • Kings will celebrate Stanley Cup with parade Monday

    Kings will celebrate Stanley Cup with parade Monday
    The Los Angeles Kings' Stanley Cup victory celebration will continue Monday with a downtown parade. The festivities are set for noon, with the procession beginning at Figueroa and 5th streets and ending at Staples Center. The Kings' 3-2 double-...
  • Kings' championship parade to be held Monday in L.A.

    Kings' championship parade to be held Monday in L.A.
    The Kings' championship parade will begin downtown Monday at noon at Figueroa and 5th Street and end 30 to 45 minutes later at Staples Center. Kings players, coaches and broadcasters will be among those riding in double-decker buses and pickup trucks on...
  • Kings look at Game 5 in front of them, not possible party behind it

    Kings look at Game 5 in front of them, not possible party behind it
    One friendly suggestion for a hockey team on the verge of winning a second Stanley Cup, in search of one more victory: You don't need to hide the limos, women and children. Just the limos. In 2012, the New Jersey Devils team bus pulled up to Staples...
  • Kings take Game 4 loss to Rangers as learning experience

    Kings take Game 4 loss to Rangers as learning experience
    The Kings had a long flight home from New York, where a line of slush on Madison Square Garden's notoriously bad ice became a wall between them and two goals that might have sent them back Wednesday with the Stanley Cup as a special passenger. Some...
  • Pictures in the News | June 5, 2014

     
    Thursday's Pictures in the News begins in the Southland, where LA Kings winger Justin Williams gives his stick to a little girl after scoring the winning goal against the New York Rangers in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals at the Staples Center....
  • Speaking of sports: Kings or Rangers?

     
    My initial impulse was to root for the Los Angeles Kings over the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final based on the transitive power of victory. The Kings barely beat the Blackhawks in a taut, seven-game series that......
  • Well-Worn Path From Wolf Pack To Rangers

    Well-Worn Path From Wolf Pack To Rangers
    From Dominic Moore to J.T. Miller, Ken Gernander has watched them climb from the minors to within four victories of the Stanley Cup. There are 10 of them who have made their way from Hartford to the Rangers, 10 players spanning 11 hockey seasons, all with...