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Celebrating The 2011 Holidays KingsCast Style

Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski have, apparently, been busy little elves during the 2011 holiday season.

On December 20, they looked back at the coaching tenure of Terry Murray, who was fired on December 12, in Episode 135 – Terry Murray, LA Kings Head Coach (08-11).

Although you should probably watch this one with the audio muted (Keith and Chris sing in this one…you have been warned), at least they were creative in The Most Miserable Time of the Year For The LA Kings. Read more of this post

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New On KingsCast: Episode 134 – Talking LA Kings Hockey With Dennis Bernstein

Dennis Bernstein from The Fourth Period joins Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski to talk about the reeling Los Angeles Kings, the firing of Terry Murray, and about Darryl Sutter, who is expected to be named the new head coach. Read more of this post

LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi Lays Responsibility For Terry Murray’s Dismissal On Players’ Shoulders

As expected, the Los Angeles Kings have fired head coach Terry Murray (left), shown here with head athletic trainer Chris Kingsley (right).
Photo: David Sheehan

LOS ANGELES — With his team failing to live up to lofty, but well-deserved expectations, Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi made the move that has been all but expected since late Sunday night.

On Monday, he fired head coach Terry Murray, and named assistant coach John Stevens as interim head coach.

Murray, 61, earned a 139-106-30 regular season record with the Kings after joining the team in 2008-09. He ranks third in franchise history in wins, fourth in games coached, and first in winning percentage (.560). He also reached the 100-win mark faster than any head coach in team history, and his 2009-10 and 2010-11 teams tied the franchise record for most wins in a season (46). Read more of this post

Terry Murray Likely To Take Fall Soon For LA Kings’ Failures, No Matter Whose Fault It Is

LA Kings head coach Terry Murray is likely about to take the fall for his
team’s failure to execute their game plan on a consistent basis.
Photo: David Sheehan

LOS ANGELES AND EL SEGUNDO, CA — After all but one other player had disappeared from the main dressing room area to shower and change clothes, Los Angeles Kings right wing and team captain Dustin Brown sat dejectedly in his locker, slouched down, probably brooding about his team’s performance, or lack thereof, in a 2-1 loss to the Dallas Stars on December 10, at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

This is not a first for Brown, who has been seen doing the exact same thing in seasons past.

But this time, something was different.

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