Bad First Period Costs Kings in Nashville

Ryan Jones, Jean-Pierre Dumont and Martin Erat scored first period goals to lead the Nashville Predators to a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Kings in front of 14,704 fans at Sommet Center in Nashville on Saturday night. The Predators blitzed the Kings in the first period, outshooting them 17-5 and they led, 3-0, before... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings Dominant In Win At St. Louis

Kyle Quincey and Patrick O’Sullivan scored first period goals, followed by Jarret Stoll and Dustin Brown in the third period to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 4-0 shutout victory over the St. Louis Blues in front of 19,150 fans at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Friday night. Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera... Continue Reading →

Kings Take Advantage of Undisciplined Ducks

LOS ANGELES — Southern California’s National Hockey League teams are both off to slow starts this season. The two teams met at Staples Center on Tuesday night and obviously, something had to give. The Stanley Cup-contending but underachieving Anaheim Ducks have looked like anything but a contender in the very young 2008-09 season, while the... Continue Reading →

Sharks Spoil Kings Home Opener

LOS ANGELES — In their home-and-home series this weekend, the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings made a lot of people see why the two teams are at opposite ends of the hockey spectrum. On Saturday night in San Jose, the Sharks totally dominated the youthful Kings in a 3-1 win that was not... 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 →

Los Angeles Kings Are Looking Ahead

LOS ANGELES — With the Los Angeles Kings already hitting the golf courses after yet another year of failing to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the time has already come to start looking at their future. Realistically speaking, that look at the future began in earnest back in mid-December when they were already out... Continue Reading →

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