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Frozen Royalty Audio And NHL Video: Williams, Quick Lead LA Kings To 1-0 Win Over Tampa Bay

LOS ANGELES — Justin Williams scored a highlight-reel goal early in the third period while Jonathan Quick stopped all 24 shots he faced to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 1-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in front of a sell-out crowd of 18,118 fans at Staples Center in Los Angeles on November 4. Read more of this post

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LA Kings Activate Drew Doughty, Scott Parse From Injured Reserve

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Prior to their game against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Staples Center on November 4 (7:30 PM PDT), the Los Angeles Kings activated defenseman Drew Doughty and forward Scott Parse from injured reserve.

Doughty, 20, suffered a concussion on October 20 and was placed on injured reserve on October 25 (retroactive to October 21). He passed baseline cognitive tests on November 2 and was cleared to return to action.

The 6-0, 212-pound native of London, Ontario has one assist with a +2 plus/minus rating with six penalty minutes in five games this season. Read more of this post

LA Kings Head Coach Terry Murray Talks Defense, Goaltending

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: In part 2 of a series of stories based on an interview with Los Angeles Kings head coach Terry Murray, we look at the Kings’ defense and goaltending as their 2010 training camp approaches. Look for the third and final installment of this series on Thursday, September 9.


EL SEGUNDO, CA — As the saying goes in hockey, defense and goaltending is what wins championships and for the Los Angeles Kings, while their goaltending looks to be on the rise, there may be a question or two on defense, despite the presence of James Norris Trophy finalist Drew Doughty and the increasingly confident Jack Johnson. Read more of this post

Los Angeles Kings Bring In Rental Help For Playoff Push

UPDATED March 8, 2010 with details on the conditional draft pick in the trade for Fredrik Modin.

EL SEGUNDO, CA — The Los Angeles Kings capped what was, perhaps, the most uneventful National Hockey League trade deadline days in recent years by acquiring veteran forwards Jeff Halpern and Fredrik Modin. Read more of this post

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