Los Angeles Kings: A Modern-Day Jekyll And Hyde Story

LOS ANGELES — If there was ever anything clearly evident about the 2007-08 Los Angeles Kings, it is that they are hockey’s version of a modern-day Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Indeed, after beginning the season going 1-4-0 in their first five games, they went on to win four out of their next six games,... Continue Reading →

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Los Angeles Kings: Playoff Contention Slipping Away

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings are, for all intents and purposes, out of playoff contention. After winning just eight games between November 1 and December 31, the Kings now find themselves deep in the National Hockey League’s Western Conference cellar, fifteen points behind eighth-place Anaheim with forty games left in the regular season.... Continue Reading →

2007-08 Los Angeles Kings: An Obituary

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings, a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League that has done little more than play mediocre (or worse) hockey throughout its history, died at home on Monday night. The Kings were forty years old. In reality, the Kings are not really dead, of course. But they have... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings: Stepping Up

LOS ANGELES — Riding on the wave of a four-game winning streak, the Los Angeles Kings found themselves in uncharted waters after their 4-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on October 27 at Staples Center. That win put in the Kings into a tie for first place in the Pacific Division with the Dallas Stars.... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings: Looking Much Better

LOS ANGELES — After losing five straight games following their season opening win in London, England, the Los Angeles Kings have now won three of their last four games and are playing much better hockey. During their five-game losing streak, the Kings were, in a word, horrendous. They were stumbling and bumbling their way through... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings 2007 Camp Underway

EL SEGUNDO — The Los Angeles Kings are starting their 2007 training camp a bit earlier than other National Hockey League teams, with the exception of their neighbors about 35 miles to the south. Why? They start the season with two games against their Stanley Cup Champion neighbors, the Anaheim Ducks, in London, England on... Continue Reading →

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