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The Top Five Los Angeles Kings Trades of All Time

This statement won’t carry much shock value, but the Los Angeles Kings have made a lot of bad trades over their 46+ year history. It bears repeating: a lot of […]

Marian Gaborik's eventual return should make December a turning point for Columbus (Andy Martin Jr)

Why Dean Lombardi Chose Marian Gaborik

Dean Lombardi just traded for a sniper with some baggage. Haven’t we seen this story before? A similar script was followed when the Los Angeles Kings traded for Justin Williams […]

by · March 6, 2014 · 0 comments · Los Angeles Kings
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Grading Dean Lombardi’s Trade Deadline Record in LA

The Trade Deadline is the NHL’s version of the black market. Costs are exorbitant. High-quality product is limited, standard issue marked up, and even the proverbial lipsticked pig can be […]

De-Sensationalizing Kings’ Dustin Brown

De-Sensationalizing Kings’ Dustin Brown

Never mind the fact that the Kings’ captain had five straight 50 point campaigns leading up to the shortened season.  Never mind the fact that the hard hitter was an […]

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Report: Kings Consider Moulson Golden

I am Canadian — Molson Beer marketing slogan I make a very poor Nostradamus. After all, just this past August I suggested the Edmonton Oilers would contend for the playoffs […]

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It’s Time Mike Richards Stepped it Up in Los Angeles

Let’s face it: Mike Richards is a winner. Drafted 24th overall in the much-heralded 2003 NHL entry draft, the 5’11″, 200-pound centerman from Kenora, Ontario has accomplished quite a bit […]

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Why LA Kings Must Defy History Once Again

Kings Must Do What’s Never Been Done Before To Win the Cup The 2013-14 Los Angeles Kings were sitting on top of the world before Christmas, their 25-8-4 start putting […]

by · February 27, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey History, Los Angeles Kings
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Kings Reported to Be Targeting Sam Gagner

The fact that the Kings are urgently searching for more offense on the trade market is about as much of a surprise as Charlie Sheen recently becoming engaged to a […]

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Did Slava Voynov Call NHL Teammate Jonathan Quick a Cheater?

Perhaps it’s only fitting that the most controversial goal of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics would prompt the most controversial comments of the games. The setting Team USA had opened […]

by · February 18, 2014 · 8 comments · Los Angeles Kings, Olympics
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NHL Pacific Division Dominance on Display in Sochi

                                    Friday’s Olympic men’s hockey action at the Winter Olympics in Sochi proved […]

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Kings’ Carter and Doughty: Golden Opportunities in Sochi

The Kings have no doubt been struggling in recent weeks leading up to the Olympic break in Sochi.  According to the team’s official website, the club has only won six […]

by · February 13, 2014 · 0 comments · Los Angeles Kings, Olympics
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Matt Moulson and the Kings: A (Re)Match Made in Heaven

I haven’t had time to plan returning to the scene because I haven’t left it — Mick Jagger Much has been made recently about the Seattle Seahawks’ road to their […]

by · February 10, 2014 · 0 comments · Los Angeles Kings