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Frozen Royalty Audio/Video: LA Kings Slip Past Blue Jackets, 2-1

LOS ANGELES — Kyle Clifford and Mike Richards scored goals, and Jonathan Bernier stopped twelve shots to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-1 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets in front of a sell-out crowd of 18,118 fans at Staples Center on February 15.

After a scoreless first period, there was no scoring in the second period until Clifford finished off a two-on-break scoring an unassisted goal at the 18:40 mark.

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LA Kings Training Camp Update – Day 2: Kopitar Tests His Knee, Stewart Arrives From Carolina

TRAINING CAMP: The big news from Day 2 of the Los Angeles Kings’ abbreviated training camp was that center Anze Kopitar skated after practice, and that forward Anthony Stewart has arrived in town, and skated with the team today. Includes raw audio interviews with Kopitar, Stewart, and head coach Darryl Sutter, along with a photo essay of the morning practice session.


LA Kings center Anze Kopitar skated on his injured right knee for the
first time since the injury after practice on January 14, 2013.
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Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Perhaps the biggest story from the Los Angeles Kings training camp on January 14 was what happened after practice ended.

As the Kings dressing room was opened to the media after most of the players had left the ice, one player was just getting suited up, getting ready to go out onto the ice.

That player was none other than center Anze Kopitar, who suffered a knee injury in his last game with Mora in Sweden, before he returned to Los Angeles as the lockout ended.

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Los Angeles Kings Fans Get To Meet The Players – Photo Essay

LA Kings forwards Brad Richardson (left) and Jeff Carter (foreground right)
are pictured here with Jeremiah Brown (center left), his wife, Kelly (center), daughter, Hannah (top left), and son, Solomon (foreground center), at
the annual Meet The Players event, held this year at
Staples Center, January 12, 2013.
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Photo: Gann Matsuda/FrozenRoyalty.net

LOS ANGELES — Despite the fact that, technically, the National Hockey League lockout was still in effect (until well after the event began), Los Angeles Kings players spent about three hours signing autographs and taking photos with Kings fans, primarily season seat holders, at the annual Meet The Players event, this year, held at Staples Center.

The Kings said that over 4,000 people attended, a crowd that was much larger than the Meet The Players events held in past years at Hollywood Park.

The following is a photo essay from the event.

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Giving A Face To Those Caught In The Middle of The NHL Lockout

LA Kings fans packed Ice Station Valencia in Santa Clarita,
California on the evening of October 27, 2012, as the Kings brought
their Game Night experience to a Valencia Flyers (WSHL) game.
Pictured (from left, foreground, facing camera): Jeremiah Brown,
Kelly Brown, Venicia Pereda, Anthony Stavretis.
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Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net

SANTA CLARITA, CA — The familiar sounds of the organ at Staples Center, played by none other than Dieter Ruehle, filled the arena, while host Jay Flats, members of the LA Kings Ice Crew, and mascot Bailey got the crowd excited for the hockey game to be played shortly thereafter.

Indeed, so many of the usual sights and sounds that Los Angeles Kings fans are accustomed to were seen and heard on the evening of October 27, 2012.

Despite that, Staples Center was dark that night, with no sign of any hockey being played there, or any other significant activity, for that matter.

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