From The Lighter Side: Former LA Kings Forward Derek Armstrong Shares Stories

LOS ANGELES — With the National Hockey League in the midst of its holiday break, now is a good time to look at the lighter side of the game, away from the spotlight that constantly shines on the playoff races or the heated battles between teams. In that spirit, former Los Angeles Kings forward Derek... Continue Reading →

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Former LA Kings Defensive Stalwart Mattias Norstrom Left The Game On His Own Terms

LOS ANGELES — On a night in which the Los Angeles Kings handed the once-vaunted New Jersey Devils a 3-1 defeat, shutting down the mighty $100 million superstar Ilya Kovalchuk in the process, the Kings took time to pay tribute to their past, and to one of their own. Former Kings defenseman Mattias Norstrom was... Continue Reading →

Kings Sweep Pre-Season Doubleheader

PRE-SEASON: Los Angeles Kings win twice on Monday night; post-game audio interviews from game 2 at Staples Center. LOS ANGELES — After reading the headline above, you’re probably thinking that someone made a mistake.Nope. Guess again. On Monday night, the Los Angeles Kings actually won two games within hours of each other to open their... Continue Reading →

2007-08 Los Angeles Kings: An Obituary

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings, a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League that has done little more than play mediocre (or worse) hockey throughout its history, died at home on Monday night. The Kings were forty years old. In reality, the Kings are not really dead, of course. But they have... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings 2007 Camp Underway

EL SEGUNDO — The Los Angeles Kings are starting their 2007 training camp a bit earlier than other National Hockey League teams, with the exception of their neighbors about 35 miles to the south. Why? They start the season with two games against their Stanley Cup Champion neighbors, the Anaheim Ducks, in London, England on... Continue Reading →

LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi Is Dodging Bullets

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi has been dodging a lot of bullets lately. Whether they are being fired by the media or by Kings fans, Lombardi has been taking heavy fire since June 22, the first day of the 2007 National Hockey League Entry Draft, when he defied conventional wisdom... Continue Reading →

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