Dave Taylor Was the Heart and Soul of the LA Kings Triple Crown Line

LOS ANGELES — Over the long history of hockey, there have been a number of forward lines that earned so much notoriety—a relatively small number—that they became known by a nickname. A very small handful of those lines include: The Bread Line – New York Rangers (1920’s): Frank Boucher, Bill Cook, and Bun Cook; a... Continue Reading →

One Of The Most Lopsided Trades In NHL History Involved The LA Kings And Larry Murphy

LA KINGS HISTORY: Selecting defenseman Larry Murphy in the first round on the 1980 National Hockey League Entry Draft was a momentous occasion for the Los Angeles Kings. After all, they had a long history of trading away their first round picks and drafting poorly. But Murphy went on to become a star in the... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings HockeyFest 2009 Opens

LOS ANGELES — The dreaded lull is coming to an end. For hockey fans, the period immediately following the July 1 unrestricted free agent signing spree through the opening of National Hockey League team training camps is usually so slow in terms of news that desperate hockey fans will eat up just about anything that’s... Continue Reading →

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