Los Angeles Kings Schedule – 2023-24

10/11/202310:00@Vancouver Canucks
10/14/202310:00Vancouver Canucks
10/17/20238:00@Nashville Predators
10/19/20237:00@Philadelphia Flyers
10/21/202310:00Winnipeg Jets
10/24/20239:00@Minnesota Wild
10/26/20239:00New York Rangers
10/29/20237:00Calgary Flames
11/2/20239:00Dallas Stars
11/4/20233:00Nashville Predators
11/6/202310:00@Vancouver Canucks
11/9/202310:30@San Jose Sharks
11/11/202310:00@Seattle Kraken
11/13/20238:30New York Islanders
11/15/20238:30Seattle Kraken
11/18/20234:00@Tampa Bay Lightning
11/20/20237:00@Florida Panthers
11/22/20237:00@Carolina Hurricanes
11/24/20233:00@Washington Capitals
11/26/20239:00Anaheim Ducks
11/28/20239:00Vegas Golden Knights
11/30/20238:00@Winnipeg Jets
12/6/20239:30Carolina Hurricanes
12/8/20239:00Minnesota Wild
12/10/20234:00New Jersey Devils
12/12/202310:00Chicago Blackhawks
12/14/20239:00Tampa Bay Lightning
12/16/202310:00Florida Panthers
12/19/20237:30@New York Islanders
12/21/20237:00@New Jersey Devils
12/22/20237:00@New York Rangers
12/28/202310:30@San Jose Sharks
12/30/202310:00@Los Angeles Kings
12/31/20238:00@Anaheim Ducks
1/2/20249:00Philadelphia Flyers
1/6/202410:00Ottawa Senators
1/9/20248:30@Chicago Blackhawks
1/11/20247:00@Detroit Red Wings
1/13/20247:00@Montreal Canadiens
1/16/20249:00Toronto Maple Leafs
1/18/20249:00Seattle Kraken
1/20/202410:00@Calgary Flames
1/23/20249:00Columbus Blue Jackets
1/25/20249:00Chicago Blackhawks
1/27/20244:00Nashville Predators
2/6/202410:00@Vegas Golden Knights
2/9/202410:00@Anaheim Ducks
2/10/202410:00@Los Angeles Kings
2/13/20249:00Detroit Red Wings
2/15/20248:00@St. Louis Blues
2/17/202412:30@Dallas Stars
2/19/20244:00@Arizona Coyotes
2/21/202410:00Boston Bruins
2/23/20249:00Minnesota Wild
2/24/202410:00Calgary Flames
2/26/20249:30Los Angeles Kings
2/28/20248:30St. Louis Blues
3/2/20244:00@Seattle Kraken
3/3/20249:00Pittsburgh Penguins
3/5/20247:00@Boston Bruins
3/7/20247:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
3/9/202412:30@Buffalo Sabres
3/10/20241:00@Pittsburgh Penguins
3/13/202410:00Washington Capitals
3/16/202410:00Colorado Avalanche
3/19/20249:00Montreal Canadiens
3/21/20249:00Buffalo Sabres
3/23/20247:00@Toronto Maple Leafs
3/24/20246:00@Ottawa Senators
3/26/20248:00@Winnipeg Jets
3/28/20249:00Los Angeles Kings
3/30/20244:00Anaheim Ducks
4/1/20249:00@St. Louis Blues
4/3/20249:00@Dallas Stars
4/5/20249:00Colorado Avalanche
4/6/202410:00@Calgary Flames
4/10/20248:30Vegas Golden Knights
4/12/20249:00Arizona Coyotes
4/13/202410:00Vancouver Canucks
4/15/20249:30San Jose Sharks
4/17/202410:00@Arizona Coyotes
4/18/20249:30@Colorado Avalanche

The Los Angeles Kings, founded in 1967 as part of the NHL’s expansion, are a professional ice hockey team based in Los Angeles, California. The franchise holds a unique place in the NHL, as it was instrumental in popularizing the sport in a city not traditionally associated with ice hockey. The Kings compete in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference and have had their share of ups and downs throughout their history, ultimately achieving significant success over the past decade.

The Kings’ most remarkable achievement came in 2012 when they won their first-ever Stanley Cup championship. Led by players like Jonathan Quick, Drew Doughty, and Anze Kopitar, the team showcased resilience and determination throughout their playoff run, earning them a place in the hearts of their dedicated fan base. This victory marked a turning point for hockey’s presence in Los Angeles and solidified the Kings’ role as ambassadors for the sport in a city known for its diverse entertainment scene.

Crypto.com Arena serves as the home arena for the Kings and is often filled with loyal fans, collectively known as the “Kings’ Court.” The team’s black, silver, and white color scheme has become iconic in the city, and their success has contributed to a growing interest in hockey throughout Southern California. While the Kings have faced challenges, their commitment to fostering a strong team culture and their dedication to community engagement have allowed them to maintain a lasting impact on both the NHL and the Los Angeles community.