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  • Olympics are over, but memories linger for Kings' Anze Kopitar

    Olympics are over, but memories linger for Kings' Anze Kopitar
    DENVER — The Kings welcomed back their final four Olympians — Drew Doughty and Jeff Carter from the gold medal-winning Canadian team and Jonathan Quick and Dustin Brown from the U.S. — in snowy Denver, where they practiced Tuesday at a...
  • Olympic break a boost for Kings

    Olympic break a boost for Kings
    Not that he would let it show, but Kings Coach Darryl Sutter was quietly amused on the bench last week in Colorado. He was trying to carefully manage minutes in the Kings' first game after the Olympic break, particularly in the case of defenseman Drew...
  • Preparing for the Sochi Winter Olympics

    Preparing for the Sochi Winter Olympics
    The countdown has begun — only 30 days remain until the opening ceremony for the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Eighty-five countries are expected to bring 5,500 athletes and team members to Russia in early February. They will compete in 98 events spread...
  • Sochi Olympics: Drew Doughty, other Kings (and Ducks) enjoy green light

    Sochi Olympics: Drew Doughty, other Kings (and Ducks) enjoy green light
    SOCHI, Russia — Drew Doughty took a pass from Jeff Carter and was gone, dashing up the left side to score a spectacular goal that ended a tight, defense-dominated game. But not for the Kings. Given the green light by Team Canada Coach Mike...
  • Controlling the faceoff is critical to the game of hockey

    Controlling the faceoff is critical to the game of hockey
    His hands gripped the hockey stick a little tighter as he glided into the faceoff circle. Jarret Stoll spread his skates wide, crouching low to the ice, positioning himself nose-to-nose with his opponent. It was early in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup...
  • Kings can still have numbers add up right

    Kings can still have numbers add up right
    The math is fairly simple for the Kings coming out of the NHL's three-week Olympic break. Beginning with Wednesday's game in Colorado, they will close the regular season with 23 games in 46 days. Win more than half of them, and they'll finish with at...
  • Hits, goals down for Kings' Dustin Brown

    Hits, goals down for Kings' Dustin Brown
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Greetings from Jobing.com Arena, where the Kings will face the Phoenix Coyotes on Tuesday night. Ben Scrivens was the first goaltender off the ice at the morning skate, and the first goalie to exit usually starts the game. That...
  • Kings will be at Staples Center, but where will the Stanley Cup be?

    Kings will be at Staples Center, but where will the Stanley Cup be?
    It's hard to find a more superstitious group than hockey players. Scraggly playoff beards. Bizarre on-ice rituals. Refusal to touch any trophy other than the actual Stanley Cup, making the conference trophies among the most lonely in sports. So it's...
  • Kings blank Rangers for 3-0 series lead

    Kings blank Rangers for 3-0 series lead
    NEW YORK -- The Los Angeles Kings are one win away from capturing the Stanley Cup for the second time in three seasons. Los Angeles turned back the New York Rangers 3-0 in Game 3 on Monday, taking a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 4 is...
  • Meet the Kings' Justin Williams — Mr. Game 7

    Meet the Kings' Justin Williams — Mr. Game 7
    Incredible drama, dire moments, euphoria. All of it clings to a Game 7, and for Kings forward Justin Williams so does another pattern. A goal, an assist, a victory. In the Kings' 5-4 Western Conference finals overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks...
  • Kane wields magic, Crawford saves the castle

    Kane wields magic, Crawford saves the castle
    The Kings thought they were playing in the Western Conference finals. But it appears they spent the last two games finding out they’re spectators at the Patrick Kane Invitational. Kane managed just one point in the first four games of this...