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  • Takeaways from the Ducks' 6-5 shootout win over Kings

    Takeaways from the Ducks' 6-5 shootout win over Kings
    It’s a signature victory -- at least until the Ducks renew acquaintances with the Kings on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. What Anaheim accomplished Wednesday by rallying for the first time in its history from a multi-goal deficit in the...
  • Kings' world of hurt expands in 2-0 loss to Stars

    Kings' world of hurt expands in 2-0 loss to Stars
    Can things possibly get worse? Well, in a word: Yes. The already defense-depleted Kings absorbed another body blow in Thursday's 2-0 loss to the Dallas Stars at Staples Center, losing defenseman Alec Martinez in the second period when he blocked a...
  • What we learned from Kings' 3-2 loss to Arizona Coyotes

    What we learned from Kings' 3-2 loss to Arizona Coyotes
    What we learned from the Kings 3-2 overtime loss to the Arizona Coyotes. Some additional observations on Game 2 for the Kings, in which they squandered a two-goal lead and ended up losing in overtime at Gila River Arena … the building formerly...
  • Kings' Brayden McNabb has to be a fast learner as Jake Muzzin sits out

    Kings' Brayden McNabb has to be a fast learner as Jake Muzzin sits out
    At least one byproduct of defenseman Jake Muzzin's injury is that it has forced the Kings to speed the development of Brayden McNabb. Muzzin sat out the season opener against the San Jose Sharks because of an undisclosed upper-body issue and said...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 4-0 loss to Sharks

    What we learned from the Kings' 4-0 loss to Sharks
    Some extra thoughts on the season-opening game for the Kings at Staples Center, a decided stumble against the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night. They next play at Arizona on Saturday and return home for a game on Sunday against Winnipeg. They...
  • Kings have acquired a taste for winning, are eager to begin new quest

    Kings have acquired a taste for winning, are eager to begin new quest
    Stanley Cup jealousy … the great and not-so-noble motivator. The Kings looked into the past to analyze how they have reached their lofty level, winning the Stanley Cup twice in the last three seasons. Their second banner will be raised...
  • Kings forward Justin Williams on Stanley Cup motivation

    Kings forward Justin Williams on Stanley Cup motivation
    The Kings have used many creative ways to describe their winning Stanley Cup experiences in 2012 and 2014. Serious. Funny. Candid. But Kings right wing Justin Williams managed to run the gamut of emotion when he talked about motivation. In this case,...
  • NHL Western Conference team previews and predictions

    NHL Western Conference team previews and predictions
    There’s a good reason no team has repeated as Stanley Cup champion since the Detroit Red Wings of 1997 and 1998. “It’s hard. Damned hard,” said Kings right wing Justin Williams, who was voted the Most Valuable Player of the...
  • Kings' Justin Williams has his edge ever sharp

    Kings' Justin Williams has his edge ever sharp
    Hockey history made a house call in June, in the days after forward Justin Williams and the Kings won the Stanley Cup. Williams, as the most valuable player of the playoffs, took home the Conn Smythe Trophy. His name goes on the shiny relic along with...
  • 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......
  • 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...