LA Kings Get The Shaft On Disputed Goal That Should Have Been Reviewable Years Ago

COMMENTARY/ANALYSIS: The Los Angeles Kings had a likely victory snatched from them by on-ice officials in Detroit on January 18, when video replay showed that a Detroit goal should not have been allowed. Was the right call made? Should the goal have been reviewable? What’s next? LOS ANGELES — On January 18, forward Jeff Carter... Continue Reading →

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LA Kings Goaltender Jonathan Quick Talks About Being Named To Team USA For 2014 Sochi Olympics

LOS ANGELES — Hours after being named to represent the United States at the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia (February 6-23, 2014), Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick spoke to the media about the honor from St. Louis, where the team will skate against the St. Louis Blues on January 2. In 2010,... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Goalie Prospect J.F. Berube Pushed Hard To Take The Next Step

LOS ANGELES — After completing an up-and-down—literally—2012-13 season, Los Angeles Kings goaltender prospect Jean-Francois Berube set his sights on taking the next step in his development—earning a spot on the roster of the American Hockey League’s Manchester Monarchs, the Kings’ primary minor league affiliate. But after being unable to firmly establish himself as the number... Continue Reading →

LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi and Goalie Martin Jones Clear The Air On “Holdout”

TRAINING CAMP COVERAGE: Includes video interviews with Martin Jones, Mathieu Garon (pro tryout), Anze Kopitar, Matt Frattin, Jarret Stoll, and Darryl Sutter. EL SEGUNDO, CA — All summer long, Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi (and Vice President/Hockey Operations and Legal Affairs Jeff Solomon) were kept busy trying to get all of their restricted... Continue Reading →

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