LA Kings Rookie Goalie Martin Jones Has Come A Long Way From The North Shore Winter Club

EL SEGUNDO, CA — As he left the ice after earning his first National Hockey League shutout in a 3-0 victory over the New York Islanders on December 7 at Staples Center in what was just his second NHL game, goaltender Martin Jones entered the dressing room while his teammates chanted his name. In two... Continue Reading →

Credit Goes To Dean Lombardi, Darryl Sutter For Los Angeles Kings Coming From Behind To Make Playoffs

LOS ANGELES AND EL SEGUNDO, CA — As the National Hockey League enters its final day of the 2011-12 regular season, the playoff teams in the Western and Eastern Conferences have been determined. But even on the last day, there is still something to play for in both conferences, as the winners of the Southeast... Continue Reading →

Kings Fire Head Coach Marc Crawford

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On June 10, the Los Angeles Kings fired head coach Marc Crawford, who coached the team for the last two seasons. “We appreciate Marc’s commitment the two seasons he has been here,” said Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi. “However, we believe that in evaluating where we are at and, more importantly,... Continue Reading →

Dustin Brown Puts It All Together

LOS ANGELES — Even though Los Angeles Kings right wing Dustin Brown is only 23 years old, he had already played three seasons in the National Hockey League going into the 2007-08 season. But during that time, his play raised plenty of questions and doubts about his future. To be sure, Brown quickly established himself... 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 →

A Look Back And A Look Ahead: Marc Crawford

LOS ANGELES — After a dreadful, frustrating 2007-08 season, the Los Angeles Kings are not dwelling on the past. Rather, they are looking forward, and given what they have in terms of young prospects and a boatload of picks in the 2008 National Hockey League Entry Draft in June, they believe their future is bright.... Continue Reading →

Kopitar To Leave Kings; Frolov Might Follow

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi’s grand rebuilding plan suffered a major blow on Tuesday when star center Anze Kopitar announced that he will return to Europe to play in the Swedish Elite League next season. Frozen Royalty has also learned that right wing Alexander Frolov is also considering returning... Continue Reading →

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