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  • Jeff Carter has hat trick in Kings' 4-2 exhibition win over Ducks

    Obviously, it's a little too early — after all, it is training camp — for Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi to break out the Josey Wales clips for one of his favorites, Jeff Carter. Son of Josey? Then again, Lombardi may not have to do...
  • What we learned about the Kings a 4-2 win over the Ducks

    A handful of extra thoughts after the Kings recorded back-to-back preseason wins over the Anaheim Ducks. In their most-recent victory – on Sunday – the Kings did not need a shootout this time to get it done, beating the Ducks, 4-2, at Honda...
  • Flyers players have roots in AHL

    Flyers players have roots in AHL
    When the first puck dropped at the PPL Center, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Philadelphia Flyers became the first professional hockey teams to play in the Valley. The Phantoms will also be extending a remarkable 19-season streak of serving as the...
  • Kings defenseman Drew Doughty could return to action next week

    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty could return to action next week
    Sorry if it’s starting to sound a tad repetitive: Another injured Kings player reported improvement, and this time it was defenseman Drew Doughty. Doughty missed some time earlier in training camp because of an undisclosed upper-body injury that...
  • Kings choose younger lineup for preseason

    Twenty-five regular-season games and one Stanley Cup championship … all before he turned 22 years old. What does Kings left wing Tanner Pearson do for an encore, a successful second act, before he gets, oh, really old? As in turning 23. Pearson...
  • Kings hope to protect their crown as West looks to improve

    Kings hope to protect their crown as West looks to improve
    The Kings' summer was short but sweet, highlighted by celebrations of their second Stanley Cup championship in three seasons and the wonderful tradition of players and staff members enjoying a day with the Cup. It was grand, but Coach Darryl Sutter is...
  • Kings defenseman Drew Doughty's next goal is the Norris Trophy

    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty's next goal is the Norris Trophy
    Nourishing the hockey beast in Canada wasn't easy in the days leading up to the start of NHL training camps. But the cable network TSN did its best and rolled out a single-elimination bracket style to answer one simple question. You are starting an...
  • Round 2 NHL Playoff Picks: Can Rangers beat Pens?

     
    Even though it went seven games, the New York Rangers dominated the Philadelphia Flyers for most of their Round 1 series. Even if Flyers goalie Steve Mason played the first two games, the Rangers still would have won the series......
  • New York Rangers' Brad Richards playing for redemption in Game 5

    New York Rangers' Brad Richards playing for redemption in Game 5
    Vindication can be a powerful motivator, and perhaps no player wants to succeed in Game 5 as badly as New York Rangers center Brad Richards. The Rangers’ alternate captain, who contributed 20 goals and 31 assists during the regular season with...
  • Blackhawks answer urgency with ineptness against Kings in Game 4

    Blackhawks answer urgency with ineptness against Kings in Game 4
    For what seemed like an eternity Monday night in an awful 5-2 loss to the Kings, Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook just stood there, helpless, stuck in hockey no-man's land. At the nine-minute mark of the first period, Seabrook found himself frozen...
  • Kings try to get L.A. talking hockey on brink of Game 7 vs. Blackhawks

    Kings try to get L.A. talking hockey on brink of Game 7 vs. Blackhawks
    All the empty seats began to frustrate Jack Kent Cooke. The Canadian entrepreneur brought professional hockey to Los Angeles with an expansion team — the Kings — in the mid-1960s. At the very least, he expected to sell tickets to fellow...