Still A Kid At Heart, Bernie Nicholls Reflects On His Time With The LA Kings

LOS ANGELES — As they have done with so much of their very best homegrown talent over their 42-year history, the Los Angeles Kings traded away prolific goal scorer Bernie Nicholls, but not before he left his mark on the ice at the Forum in Inglewood, California, the Kings’ home arena during his tenure with... Continue Reading →

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Frozen Royalty Audio and NHL Video: Oilers Help LA Kings Continue Slide Into Olympic Break

LOS ANGELES — After a 4-2 loss at Anaheim at February 8 and a 3-2 shootout loss to the lowly Edmonton Oilers on February 11 at Staples Center, the Los Angeles Kings look like they are sleepwalking their way into the Olympic Break. Like they did at Anaheim, the Kings came out very flat against... Continue Reading →

Gauthier Out; Williams, Drewiske In

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On March 20, the Los Angeles Kings announced that defenseman Denis Gauthier will miss the next one to two weeks with an “upper body injury,” believed to be a hand injury. They also activated winger Justin Williams from injured reserve and have recalled defenseman Davis Drewiske from the Manchester Monarchs of... Continue Reading →

Lombardi Gambles Big Time At The Trade Deadline

ANALYSIS: Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi makes a splash with a risky trade deadline deal—a huge gamble that could easily backfire. LOS ANGELES — The 2009 National Hockey League trade deadline has come and gone and, rather unexpectedly, the Kings made a dubious three-way trade on March 4 that sent forward Patrick O’Sullivan... Continue Reading →

Home Cooking Too Rich For Kings

ANALYSIS: The Los Angeles Kings have been unable to get the job done at home in recent games and have blown a tremendous opportunity to move up in the standings and get themselves into playoff contention. Features audio interviews. LOS ANGELES — Whether it is having all the comforts of home available, or being able... Continue Reading →

Kings Earn Split In Canada

After putting in what head coach Terry Murray called their worst effort of the season on Wednesday night in a 6-2 blowout loss at Calgary, the Los Angeles Kings responded with a strong effort on Thursday night as they handed the Edmonton Oilers a 2-1 loss in front of 16,839 fans at Rexall Place in... Continue Reading →

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