LA Kings Training Camp Update: Mitchell Tests Knee While Kopitar Still Looks Good In Practice

TRAINING CAMP: Los Angeles Kings star center Anze Kopitar looked good in practice for a second straight day. Will he be back in the lineup for the season opener? News on Kopitar’s status, Willie Mitchell getting back to skating, contract extensions for the Kings’ braintrust and more. Raw audio interviews also available. EL SEGUNDO, CA... Continue Reading →

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Maybe It’s Time To Trust LA Kings’ Tim Leiweke, AEG

LOS ANGELES — Since Philip Anschutz became the majority owner of the Los Angeles Kings back in October 1995, the Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), the entertainment conglomerate-portion of Anschutz’ empire that the Kings now fall under, has been viewed by a large swath of fans with disdain, deep-seated mistrust, and even blatant hatred. In fact,... Continue Reading →

More Tears From The Hockey Gods Fall On Southern California With The Passing of LA Kings PA Announcer David Courtney

LOS ANGELES — No wonder it’s raining here in Southern California... Once again, tears from the hockey gods are falling onto Southern California, as Los Angeles Kings public address announcer David Courtney died today of a pulmonary embolism at the age of 56. Courtney’s Twitter feed provided a hint as to what happened (see below).... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Retired Athletic Trainer Pete Demers Looks Back At Controversy Surrounding His 2006 Departure

FROZEN ROYALTY EXCLUSIVE: After four consecutive seasons where the Los Angeles Kings were absolutely decimated by injuries, head athletic trainer Pete Demers suddenly found himself on the outside looking in, as he was “...retained in a lesser role,” following the 2005-06 season, a move that generated criticism aimed at the franchise. In part eleven of... Continue Reading →

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