Former LA Kings Great Dave Taylor On Becoming a Stanley Cup Champion

LOS ANGELES — Until June 2012, if you wanted to win the Stanley Cup and you played for the Los Angeles Kings, you had to go elsewhere to achieve that dream. Indeed, former Kings players. including Rob Blake, Steve Duchesne, Butch Goring, Larry Murphy, Sean O’Donnell, Luc Robitaille, and Darryl Sydor are among those who... Continue Reading →

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LA Kings Must Solve San Jose Forecheck If They Expect To Win Game 5

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On the eve Game 5 of their best-of-seven first round playoff series against the San Jose Sharks, the Los Angeles Kings, who trail the Sharks in the series, 3-1, opted for video sessions to review their game plan and off-ice workouts, aside from a handful of players who chose to skate.... Continue Reading →

Dean Lombardi Says “It Ain’t Me.” But How Much Credit Does LA Kings GM Really Deserve For His Team’s Success?

COMMENTARY/ANALYSIS: Since the Los Angeles Kings won the 2014 Stanley Cup Championship, their second Stanley Cup win in three seasons, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi has received a great deal of praise for his work to build the Kings into a championship team and a perennial Stanley Cup contender. But he claims that he is... Continue Reading →

LA Kings, Stanley Cup Bring Smiles, Excitement To Patients, Families, Staff At Children’s Hospital LA: 2014 Edition – In Photos

LOS ANGELES — After winding its way through Slovenia, Slovakia, Russia, Europe, across Canada and the United States as Los Angeles Kings players, coaches, front office and team staff got their days with the Stanley Cup, celebrating their 2014 Stanley Cup Championship, hockey’s version of the Holy Grail has returned to Southern California where more... Continue Reading →

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