Ilya Kovalchuk Meets The LA Kings Media…But Almost Didn’t

LOS ANGELES — Star forward Ilya Kovalchuk’s return to the National Hockey League officially began on July 1, when he signed a three-year deal worth $6.25 million per season with the Los Angeles Kings. But his introduction to the local media here in Southern California got off to an inauspicious start. Earlier in the week,... Continue Reading →


LA Kings Are “Not Looking For Speed For Speed’s Sake” When They Scout and Draft Players

LOS ANGELES — In April 2006, when Dean Lombardi took over as general manager of the Los Angeles Kings, he insisted that they invest significant resources in scouting and development, which had never been done before in the history of the franchise. That move paid off, big time, as the Kings were finally able to... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Alex Faust: “It Wasn’t Enough To Be Here and Make It. I Want To Be One of the Best”

FROZEN ROYALTY EXCLUSIVE: Alex Faust, the Los Angeles Kings new television play-by-play voice, spoke with Frozen Royalty about his first season behind the microphone. Final installment of a two-part series. LOS ANGELES — Across the board, feedback regarding Alex Faust, the Los Angeles Kings first-year television play-by-play voice, was overwhelmingly positive. Indeed, as reported in... Continue Reading →

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