A Positive Story, A Poignant Reminder: Brooks Laich

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On November 9, forward Brooks Laich earned his first point with the Los Angeles Kings. Five days later, he would play his last game with them. Being a healthy scratch four times after that, and with some player personnel changes forthcoming, the writing was on the wall for Laich, who was... Continue Reading →

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One Of The Most Lopsided Trades In NHL History Involved The LA Kings And Larry Murphy

LA KINGS HISTORY: Selecting defenseman Larry Murphy in the first round on the 1980 National Hockey League Entry Draft was a momentous occasion for the Los Angeles Kings. After all, they had a long history of trading away their first round picks and drafting poorly. But Murphy went on to become a star in the... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings In The News: Catching Up

Frozen Royalty has been taking a much-needed break from hockey, except to sit back, relax and watch the Stanley Cup Playoffs on television. But during the respite, the Los Angeles Kings still made a bit of news, so let’s get caught up... Dustin Brown: Finalist For NHL Foundation Award On April 27, Kings right wing... Continue Reading →

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