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Tanner Pearson Is Here To Stay

During last year’s playoffs, Los Angeles Kings left-winger Tanner Pearson showed he had the ability to not only play, but be a key contributor at the highest level of NHL […]

by · October 21, 2014 · 1 comment · Los Angeles Kings
Tyler Toffoli has had a torrid November, making him a hard to ignore option in most fantasy formats. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

‘That 70s Line’ Leads the L.A. Kings to Early-Season Success

Much like outstanding player nicknames, hockey history is filled with some terrific forward line names. Who hasn’t heard of the ‘Legion of Doom’ trio of Eric Lindros, John LeClair and […]

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The Prince: Why Adrian Kempe Is a Keeper

With training camps looming ahead in the distance, like land to a sailor, fans and media gobble up everything that signals the start of hockey. While most clubs are contemplating […]

by · September 12, 2014 · 0 comments · Los Angeles Kings, Minor League Report
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Dead Weight: 5 Players That Must Be a Compliance Buyout

The Compliance Buyout is a chance for teams to cut dead weight from their roster. It’s like giving you the chance to return that hideous sweater a relative got you […]

by · June 30, 2014 · 2 comments · News/Commentary
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Stop Calling the Los Angeles Kings “Flyers West”

Mike Richards and Jeff Carter are once again Stanley Cup Champions. That’s now two in the last four years for those who haven’t been keeping count. And now that Justin […]

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The Kings Look to Put a Stranglehold on the Rangers

In many ways, the Los Angeles Kings are a riddle wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. They went into the regular season with five players with 30-goals seasons on […]

Nathan Horton was signed by the Jackets, but has missed 32 games recovering from shoulder surgery. (Fred Squillante/Columbus Dispatch)

How Nathan Horton Changed the Culture in Columbus

How could a man who appeared in only 36 games this past season change the culture in Columbus? Despite an injury-marred 2013-14 campaign, Blue Jackets right winger Nathan Horton did […]

by · June 5, 2014 · 0 comments · Columbus Blue Jackets
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5 Reasons Why the Kings Will Beat the Rangers

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither were the Los Angeles Kings. The never-say-die Kings take on the upstart Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers for the rights to […]

The Kings won the Cup last year with solid defense and timely scoring (Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports)

Why the West Is Best, Again

Did you know that five of the past seven Stanley Cup Champions have come from the Western Conference? Well now you do! The Los Angeles Kings have now been in […]

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Comparing the 2014 LA Kings with the 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Kings

The 2014 Los Angeles Kings are not the same as the 2012 version that won the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history. The 2012 Kings were an […]

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How the Kings Can Regain the Momentum Against the Ducks

One way to keep momentum going is to have constantly greater goals — Michael Korda A funny thing happened on the way to a Kings’ series victory over the the […]

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Kings Win Game Five, 3-0; Are the Sharks Now on the Ropes?

The Los Angeles Kings raced up and down the ice from the drop of the puck to the sound of the final horn. They hit, disrupted, passed with precision, and […]