Wayne Gretzky’s Arrival Changes Everything For LA Kings And Retired Trainer Pete Demers

FROZEN ROYALTY EXCLUSIVE: Retired Los Angeles Kings head athletic trainer Pete Demers has seen more than most after a 41-year career in professional hockey that includes 37 years in the Los Angeles Kings' organization, three with their minor league affiliate in Springfield, and 34 with the Kings. During the vast majority of those years, Demers... Continue Reading →

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LA Kings Luc Robitaille Officially Becomes One Of The All-Time Greats

TORONTO — On June 23, former Los Angeles Kings left wing Luc Robitaille was named to the 2009 class that will be inducted into the Hockey Hall Of Fame on November 9, 2009, in Toronto. Along with Robitaille, Brett Hull, Brian Leetch and Steve Yzerman were named in the players category, while New Jersey Devils... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings: Do You Believe It?

LOS ANGELES — Whenever Los Angeles Kings Hall-of-Fame play-by-play announcer Bob Miller says, “do you believe it” during a Kings telecast you know something special has happened to the Kings, and when Miller uttered those words on Saturday night (November 10), once again, the unbelievable was unfolding before our eyes. Days later, the Kings are... Continue Reading →

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