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Frozen Royalty Video: Doughty, Penner, Quick Help LA Kings Escape With 2-1 Win Over St. Louis To Win Series in Six Games

LOS ANGELES — Drew Doughty and Dustin Penner scored goals, while Jonathan Quick stopped 21 shots to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues in Game 6 of their Western Conference Quarterfinal playoff series.

With the win, the Kings eliminated the Blues, four games to two.

Doughty opened the scoring at 12:37 of the first period on a wrist shot from the left circle. On the play, after taking a drop pass from center Colin Fraser, Doughty faked a slap shot, and then used Blues defenseman Roman Polak as a screen before letting go with a wrist shot that beat Blues goaltender Brian Elliott high, just inside the left goal post.

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Frozen Royalty Video: Full Interviews With LA Kings, Kopitar, Penner, Sutter

EL SEGUNDO, CA — The Los Angeles Kings had an off-day on May 9, with none of the players skating during what was scheduled to be a noon PDT practice. Instead, players had meetings and got treatments for whatever ails them, and a few took time to speak to the media, who were huddled together in a small locker room near the Olympic-sized ice rink at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, their practice facility.

Center Anze Kopitar, left wing Dustin Penner, winger and team captain Dustin Brown, and head coach Darryl Sutter all spoke to the media.

The full interviews for Kopitar, Penner and Sutter are available only from FrozenRoyaltyNHL on YouTube (contains bonus footage).

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Win An Autographed Copy Of Hall of Fame Announcer Bob Miller’s New Book About LA Kings 2012 Stanley Cup Run

WIN A FREE, AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF BOB MILLER’s NEW BOOK! Details below.


Photo courtesy Sports Publishing

LOS ANGELES — When the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history on June 11, 2012, many fans turned their thoughts to the Voice of the Kings, long-time play-by-play announcer Bob Miller, who was in this 39th season behind the microphone, and had finally seen the Kings win hockey’s Holy Grail.

But even with the post-game celebration, the team party, the parade in Downtown Los Angeles and the celebration at Staples Center that followed, along with numerous Stanley Cup parties scattered across Southern California all summer long, Miller knew that someone had to get the stories about the historic Stanley Cup win down on paper, and not just in a newspaper or a magazine.

As a result, Miller has a new book out, Tales From The Los Angeles Kings Locker Room: A Collection Of The Greatest Kings Stories Ever Told, published by Sports Publishing, a division of Skyhorse Publishing.

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Hockey In Southern California Would Be A Shell Of Its Current Self Without Dr. Jerry Buss

The 1985-86 Los Angeles Kings. Dr. Jerry Buss, who
owned the team, is seated at center.
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Photo courtesy Los Angeles Kings

LOS ANGELES — As has been reported across the Los Angeles area, Dr. Jerry Buss, owner of the National Basketball Association’s Los Angeles Lakers, died on February 18, due to complications of cancer, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Buss was 80 years old.

“Dr. Buss was our partner, our mentor and our friend,” said President and Chief Executive Officer of the Anschutz Entertainment Group Tim Leiweke, who also serves as Governor of the Los Angeles Kings. “He was kind enough to allow us into his world, and much of the success we enjoyed at Staples Center and LA Live is directly attributed to him. I do not believe we will ever find anyone quite like him. Our prayers and thoughts are with Jeanie and the entire Buss family.”

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