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The Los Angeles Kings and the Toronto Maple Leafs: A Nexus of Two Universes

The Los Angeles Kings and the Toronto Maple Leafs: A Nexus of Two Universes

As a resident of the west coast and a previously long-time suffering Los Angeles Kings fan, I am decidedly neutral toward the Toronto Maple Leafs. They exist, and I recognize […]

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Several Kings, Including Andrei Loktionov Miss the Cut on Stanley Cup

This past summer, the Los Angeles Kings hoisted the Stanley Cup and skated around the Staples Center ice.  Each player had an opportunity to spend a day with the holy […]

by · October 17, 2012 · 2 comments · Los Angeles Kings
Flashback: Adam Deadmarsh’s Career Was Cut Short Exactly Ten Years Ago

Flashback: Adam Deadmarsh’s Career Was Cut Short Exactly Ten Years Ago

I miss Adam Deadmarsh. Deadmarsh was a rugged, 6′, 195-pound winger who never backed down from a challenge. Ever. Ultimately, his take-on-all-comers attitude led indirectly to his downfall, as a […]

Patrick O’Sullivan and What Should Have Been

Patrick O’Sullivan and What Should Have Been

A week ago, former NHL top prospect Patrick O’Sullivan quietly signed with a Finnish team, HIFK Helsinki. It would be easy to see this move as just another disappointing twist […]

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Locked Out in Los Angeles: The Positives

As the NHL world enters its least exciting October since 2004, many hockey fans have given in to fits of anger, sadness, and pure pessimism. After all, most NHL fans […]

by · October 3, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Los Angeles Kings
The LA Kings’ Cup Runneth Over: 53 Names Now Etched in History

The LA Kings’ Cup Runneth Over: 53 Names Now Etched in History

From Altieri through Westgarth, the 2011-12 Los Angeles Kings and their improbable, lightning-in-a-bottle championship team are now formally and forever engraved onto Lord Stanley’s Cup. And then some. Although the […]

by · October 1, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Los Angeles Kings
Four Months Later: the Dustin Brown Hit on Michal Roszival Revisited

Four Months Later: the Dustin Brown Hit on Michal Roszival Revisited

With the lockout now in full swing, there is plenty of time to revisit one of the most controversial moments of last season’s Stanley Cup playoffs. We all certainly remember […]

The Kings led the league in FenwickClose for 2013-14 at 56.7% (Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE)

Kings Assign Players To Monarchs

When the Manchester Monarchs hit the ice in less than a month to take on the Albany Devils, there could be a bit of a Stanley Cup flavor in the […]

by · September 16, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · AHL, Los Angeles Kings
The Kings led the league in FenwickClose for 2013-14 at 56.7% (Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE)

How Do Champs Fare Post-Lockout?

As much as Los Angeles Kings players and their fans enjoy seeing their team parade the Stanley Cup around the globe, there’s assuredly one record they don’t want.  Longest reigning […]

by · September 13, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Los Angeles Kings
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Fantasy Hockey Preview: Pacific Specific?

This is the first of a six part series that focuses on the players in a divisional format. Part 1: Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Ducks, Dallas Stars, Phoenix Coyotes, San […]

Kings Ransom: An Inside Look at the Wayne Gretzky Trade

Kings Ransom: An Inside Look at the Wayne Gretzky Trade

ESPN turned 30 in 2009 and to celebrate they launched “30 for 30,” a series of sports documentaries that take viewers behind the headlines of some of sports’ greatest stories. […]

by · August 30, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Edmonton Oilers, Hockey Movies, Los Angeles Kings
Summer with Stanley

Summer with Stanley

Check out what Anze’s been up to with our favorite trophy.

by · August 15, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Los Angeles Kings, Videos