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  • Kings beat Islanders for a New York-area sweep

    Kings beat Islanders for a New York-area sweep
    Kings center Anze Kopitar and his linemates put on something of a clinic in the offensive zone, an impressive show of possession late in the third period. Such a stretch of domination often results in a goal, via the Kopitar-Marian Gaborik connection....
  • Kings center Mike Richards set to return against New Jersey Devils

    Kings center Mike Richards set to return against New Jersey Devils
    Mike Richards was getting ready to play his first game with the Kings since Jan. 21. So much has changed since then. Still, it comes always back to hockey and his Kings teammates, meaning a lot has stayed the same. He admitted it was humbling to get...
  • Canucks storm past Kings in third period, 4-1

    Canucks storm past Kings in third period, 4-1
    Their loss of discipline was swift as the Kings unraveled in the third period against the Vancouver Canucks and just as quickly they lost ground in the Western Conference playoff race. Two potential points vanished at Staples Center on Saturday...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 3-2 overtime loss to the Ducks

    What we learned from the Kings' 3-2 overtime loss to the Ducks
    This was at the other end of the spectrum from Monday’s often-boring contest against Arizona. A few takeaways from a game on Wednesday night at Honda Center, one certainly with the playoff vibe going from the start. Overtime seems to be the...
  • Kings' Coyote-ugly win over Arizona a thing of beauty to Andy Andreoff

    Kings' Coyote-ugly win over Arizona a thing of beauty to Andy Andreoff
    He smiled after the puck got past Arizona goalie Mike Smith late in the second period. It lingered. He kept smiling on the bench and was still smiling at the end of second period. You can guess that 23-year-old Andy Andreoff was still smiling on the...
  • Kings' GM says young players still need to be pushed

    Kings' GM says young players still need to be pushed
    At his core, Dean Lombardi is a development guy. Lives it. Thrives on it. The Kings' general manager spoke about the learning curve of some of his less-veteran players, the ones who don't get quite as much attention on a day-to-day basis, the likes of...
  • Overtime loss isn't pointless for Kings, but isn't productive either

    Overtime loss isn't pointless for Kings, but isn't productive either
    Playing well was moderate consolation for the Kings on Saturday night after their 1-0 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, but they're well aware that getting one point instead of two has put them in a bind as the number of games left in the season...
  • Kings show resolve in 4-3 shootout victory over Canadiens

    Kings show resolve in 4-3 shootout victory over Canadiens
    If the Kings make up enough ground and climb into a playoff spot over the course of their 18 remaining regular-season games, they might look back at their 4-3 shootout victory over Montreal on Thursday as the moment they kept their hopes alive with...
  • Brouwer's two goals lift Capitals past Kings, 4-0

    Brouwer's two goals lift Capitals past Kings, 4-0
    No matter what happened in his 500th NHL game, Troy Brouwer was going to mark the occasion by having dinner with his wife and teammates. As it turned out, the real celebration took place long before they got to the restaurant. Brouwer scored two...
  • Darryl Sutter's feistiness sets an example for Kings

    Darryl Sutter's feistiness sets an example for Kings
    Coach Darryl Sutter was feisty while leading the Kings through their morning skate Tuesday at Washington's Verizon Center, and he maintained his edge afterward, deriding a question about the team’s desperation level and saying reporters were baiting...
  • White House visit might help Kings mentally move forward

    Shaved, shorn and suavely suited, Kings players and staffers gathered onstage in the White House East room Monday and smiled politely as President Obama joked how unfortunate it was that they had defeated his hometown Chicago Blackhawks on the way to...