Moller To Play In World Junior Championships; Kings Recall Trevor Lewis

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On December 18, the Los Angeles Kings assigned forward Oscar Moller to the Swedish Junior National Team and they recalled forward Trevor Lewis from the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, their primary minor league affiliate. Moller, 19, has scored six goals with seven assists for thirteen points in thirty... Continue Reading →

LA Kings’ Improvements May Not Be Easy To See

LOS ANGELES — One month of the 2008-09 National Hockey League season is in the books and the Los Angeles Kings have been pretty much what was expected in terms of wins and losses. As of this writing, the Kings have a 3-6-1 record, good for seven points. They are ranked last in the Pacific... 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 →

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 →

Kings Sign Prospect Oscar Moller

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On April 22, the Los Angeles Kings signed forward Oscar Moller to a three-year, entry-level contract.Financial terms were not disclosed. Moller, 19, played in 63 regular season games for the Chilliwack Bruins of the Western Hockey League this season, scoring 39 goals and contributing 43 assists for 82 points with 42... 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 →

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