LA Kings: Dealing With Frustration On Two Levels All Season

EL SEGUNDO AND LOS ANGELES, CA — With nine games left and being eight points out of a wild card playoff berth, the Los Angeles Kings’ playoff chances are virtually non-existent. But they’re not eliminated and to their credit, they continue to claw, scratch and fight. “We’re still alive,” said left wing Tanner Pearson. “We’ll... Continue Reading →

LA Kings’ Offensive Problems Are Defensive, Too

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Much has been said this season about the Los Angeles Kings and their acute lack of anything closely resembling a collective scoring punch. To illustrate, the Kings are scoring an average of 2.45 goals per game (ranked 23rd in the National Hockey League), more than one goal per game less than... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Are Starting To Look Unstoppable

EL SEGUNDO, CA — After they melted the ice with a 10-4-0 record in December, the Los Angeles Kings cooled off significantly in January and February, earning a 13-10-2 record over those two months—6-5-1 in January and 7-5-1 in February. Although the Kings weren’t playing badly, their play during those two months was considerably less... Continue Reading →

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