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  • Fifty-two pickup: Kings names to be engraved on Stanley Cup

    Fifty-two pickup: Kings names to be engraved on Stanley Cup
    Defenseman Jeff Schultz, who played seven playoff games during the Kings’ run to their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons, is among the 52 names submitted by the Kings to be engraved on the Stanley Cup. However, the names of Colin Fraser, who...
  • What would it take for the Kings to become a dynasty?

    What would it take for the Kings to become a dynasty?
    Two days after the Kings had won the Stanley Cup for the second time in three seasons — probably before some players had gotten any sleep — General Manager Dean Lombardi was back at work, focusing on his next project. A student of sports...
  • Karlsson's play is among the consolations in Ducks' 4-2 loss to Kings

    In the way that beefy linemen are sometimes nicknamed "Tiny," center William Karlsson has been dubbed "Wild Bill" by his Ducks teammates. "I don't know why," line mate Andrew Cogliano said. "He doesn't talk much." The 21-year-old Swede, a 2011 second-...
  • 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 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...
  • Ducks trade for center Ryan Kesler

    In the end, the Ducks' decision to trade for center Ryan Kesler was about one thing — helping them reel in their crosstown rivals, the Stanley Cup champion Kings. Kesler plays with a physical edge that the Ducks desperately need in the playoffs...
  • Kings deal Linden Vey to Vancouver Canucks for second-round draft pick

    Kings deal Linden Vey to Vancouver Canucks for second-round draft pick
    At first glance it looked as though the trade of Kings prospect Linden Vey to the Vancouver Canucks for a second-round draft pick on Saturday was all about the glut at center in Los Angeles. That's accurate, of course. But there were other less...