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LA Kings Committed A Major Blunder With Slava Voynov, But So Did Some Fans

LA Kings defenseman Slava Voynov, shown here during a recent practice session (prior to his suspension).
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LOS ANGELES — As reported on Twitter, at virtually the same time, Orange County Register reporter Rich Hammond and LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen, followed a couple of minutes later by NHL.com writer Curtis Zupke, suspended Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov skated with teammates during the team’s game-day morning skate on December 2 at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, a violation of the terms of his suspension imposed by the National Hockey League after he was accused of domestic violence on his wife in October.

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Sloppy Play Proves Costly For LA Kings At Phoenix On NHL Video

The Los Angeles Kings picked up right where they left off on October 21 at Phoenix, where sloppy, careless play proved costly in a 4-2 loss to the Coyotes.

Against the Carolina Hurricanes on October 20 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, the Kings were able to get away with the lackadaisical play and poor decisions that gave the ’Canes numerous outnumbered attacks and chances off the rush. Read more of this post

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Frozen Royalty Audio and NHL Video: LA Kings Stumbling Out of Olympic Break After 4-2 Loss To Montreal

LOS ANGELES — Aside from their lopsided win at Dallas on March 2, the Los Angeles Kings have looked like anything but a playoff-caliber team since the Olympic break.

Indeed, after a 4-2 loss at Nashville in which the Kings were badly outworked and outskated, they put in another poor effort, one in which they failed to at least match the intensity of their opponent, the Montreal Canadiens, who skated out of Staples Center with a 4-2 win in front of a sell-out crowd of 18,118 fans on Saturday night. Read more of this post

Frozen Royalty Audio and NHL Video: Coyotes Bankrupt Kings, 6-3

LOS ANGELES — One of the questions making its way through the Bob Miller Press Box at Staples Center on Saturday night was:

Which team is bankrupt and has no owner again?

Indeed, although the Phoenix Coyotes are owner-less and are in the midst of bankruptcy, it was the Los Angeles Kings who played like they were the bankrupt team in an embarrassing 6-3 opening night loss that was played before a sell-out crowd of 18,118 disappointed fans who booed the Kings off the ice at Staples Center. Read more of this post

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