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  • Kings edge Rangers, 3-2 in double OT, to win second Stanley Cup title

    Kings edge Rangers, 3-2 in double OT, to win second Stanley Cup title
    It took the Kings 45 years to win their first Stanley Cup. Then how come it felt like 45 years to win No. 2? Maybe this was simply cosmic and blood pressure-soaring payback for their Cup run of 2012 being far too smooth and so relatively unruffled....
  • Injury to Canadiens' Dale Weise a confusing case

    NEW YORK — After Canadiens winger Dale Weise took a hit to the head from Rangers defenseman John Moore in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals on Tuesday, he staggered to his feet and nearly fell over while yelling in Moore's direction. If...
  • Kings again dig out of a hole to beat Rangers in two overtimes, 5-4

    Kings again dig out of a hole to beat Rangers in two overtimes, 5-4
    Surely nothing could quite top this topsy-turvy postseason for the nerveless Kings? Just when you started thinking it was nearly impossible to surpass the wild events of the last week or so, the Kings and New York Rangers got together and produced a...
  • Veteran winger Marian Gaborik again paying off for Kings

    Veteran winger Marian Gaborik again paying off for Kings
    It's the trade that keeps on giving. Marian Gaborik was a deadline-day acquisition by the Kings in March, a last-minute attempt to reboot an offense that had scored more goals than all of three teams at the time. What he's done in the Stanley Cup...
  • Henrik Lundqvist can't believe Rangers' position after Game 2 loss to Kings

    Henrik Lundqvist can't believe Rangers' position after Game 2 loss to Kings
    Henrik Lundqvist sat alone at his locker stall for minutes, his face resting on his hands. He rose after the long delay to zip his windbreaker to the top notch, rubbing both sides of his beard with his hands. Knowing that his New York Rangers now...
  • Never-say-dire Kings win again with amazing rally against Rangers

    Never-say-dire Kings win again with amazing rally against Rangers
    Of course, the Kings fell behind early in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final and went into the first intermission trailing the New York Rangers by two goals. Based on the Kings' playoff habits this spring, they had the Rangers exactly where they wanted the...
  • Kings raise comebacks to an art form, and Game 2 win is a masterpiece

    Kings raise comebacks to an art form, and Game 2 win is a masterpiece
    How do they keep skating? How do we keep breathing? The Kings pulled off another unlikely comeback Saturday night in a spring full of them, fighting back for nearly five full periods of hockey before turning the Staples Center ice into a dancing,...
  • Rangers stay alive with narrow Game 4 win over Kings

    Rangers stay alive with narrow Game 4 win over Kings
    NEW YORK -- Henrik Lundqvist was superb on the ice, but got a little help from the hockey gods as the New York Rangers avoided a four-game sweep in the Stanley Cup finals, knocking off the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 in Game 4 on Wednesday. The Rangers...
  • New York Rangers' Martin St. Louis loses a parent, finds a family

    The question was easy for Martin St. Louis to answer. Asked what his mother might think about his playing in the Stanley Cup Final, the New York Rangers forward offered a quiet, simple response. "She'd be pretty happy about that," he said. The story...
  • Jonathan Quick is there for the Kings when it counts

    Jonathan Quick is there for the Kings when it counts
    So much has changed around Jonathan Quick this postseason. But with Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final against the New York Rangers set for Wednesday at Staples Center, his approach remains the same. As the defense-minded Kings have been confronted in...
  • Dean Lombardi motivated to work hard by hard-working Kings

    Dean Lombardi motivated to work hard by hard-working Kings
    Praise is being heaped upon general manager of the year finalist Dean Lombardi now that his resilient, hand-crafted Kings have won a third consecutive Game 7 road playoff game to advance to the Stanley Cup Final against the New York Rangers....