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  • Preview: Jets at Kings

    The Los Angeles Kings are hoping the third time is the charm when they kick off a six-game homestand against the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday. Reigning Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles remains in search of its first victory of 2014-15 after being blanked in...
  • Kings' Bob Miller to spend 76th birthday in familiar place

    Kings' Bob Miller to spend 76th birthday in familiar place
    Bob Miller will spend a good chunk of his 76th birthday in front of a microphone, calling the play-by-play of the Kings’ game against the Winnipeg Jets on FS West from Staples Center on Sunday night. It’s absolutely fitting that this will be...
  • NHL chilly on Panthers playing outdoors

    NHL chilly on Panthers playing outdoors
    Imagine a hockey game outdoors in Los Angeles. The NHL did, and the warmest NHL regular-season game, played in Dodger Stadium last January, was a resounding success. But this week Commissioner Gary Bettman brushed off the notion of staging a similar...
  • Doc Rivers on Clippers watching Kings' banner night: 'We tasted it'

    Doc Rivers on Clippers watching Kings' banner night: 'We tasted it'
    Doc Rivers got a suite at Staples Center on Wednesday for the Clippers to watch the Kings raise their Stanley Cup championship banner. He wanted the players to visualize that it was they who had just won a title. Apparently it worked. "We tasted it,"...
  • Letters: The fall of the Dodgers and Angels

    Letters: The fall of the Dodgers and Angels
    The Dodgers and Angels have clearly shown us that regular-season records and inflated payrolls, regardless of how impressive, do not make champions. Championships are earned in the postseason, and happen when each individual player performs to his maximum...
  • Blues 4, Flames 1

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Luecking, The Sports Xchange Blues 4, Flames 1 ST. LOUIS -- Goalie Brian Elliott fell 4 minutes, 13 seconds short of his 26th career shutout as the Blues beat the Calgary Flames 4-1 on Saturday night at Scottrade Center....
  • Staples Center lighting draws complaints from Kings

    Staples Center lighting draws complaints from Kings
    The new lighting scheme at Staples Center, which focuses the arena’s newly installed LED lights on the ice surface and leaves the stands darkened, has drawn some criticism from the Kings. To be clear: At no point did they say, suggest or hint that...
  • As oldest King, Robyn Regehr happy to be playing instead of cheering

    As oldest King, Robyn Regehr happy to be playing instead of cheering
    Robyn Regehr was glad to serve as an unofficial cheerleader after he injured his knee during the opener of the Kings' second-round playoff series against the Ducks last spring and couldn't crack the lineup once he healed. "It was difficult at times, but...
  • Too many conflicts in NHL's hiring of Chris Pronger

    Maybe relying on the old playground taunt that it takes one to know one, the NHL on Friday announced it had hired Chris Pronger to work in its Department of Player Safety, which punishes rule breakers beyond the in-game penalties they might have been...
  • 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...
  • Several Clippers at Kings banner ceremony to help visualize winning

    Several Clippers can now say they've attended a banner ceremony inside Staples Center. Next time, they would prefer the banner belonged to them. Forward-center Spencer Hawes was among a group of players who crowded into a suite inside their home arena...