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  • Kyle Clifford, Kings agree to five-year, $8-million extension

    Kyle Clifford, Kings agree to five-year, $8-million extension
    Kyle Clifford’s trip to the dentist Wednesday afternoon might have been slightly less painful than expected. A contract extension for the Kings’ enforcer probably made the visit to the dentist a little more tolerable. Clifford and the...
  • Kings sign Jordan Nolan to a three-year contract extension

    Kings sign Jordan Nolan to a three-year contract extension
    The heavier lifting is still to come for Kings management but the front office has checked another item off its list, announcing Tuesday that winger Jordan Nolan signed a three-year contract extension. Nolan, 25, would have become a restricted free...
  • Los Angeles-area city celebrates stadium deal, awaits NFL

    The Inglewood City Council unanimously approved a $2 billion stadium plan backed by St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke that clears a path for the NFL to return to the Los Angeles area for the first time in two decades. But the approval that really matters...
  • Kings make it eight wins in a row with 1-0 victory over Red Wings

    Kings make it eight wins in a row with 1-0 victory over Red Wings
    Lacking glamour, devoid of headlines and you rarely get mentioned unless things go seriously wrong. Penalty-killers = hockey's construction workers. But that is exactly what kept the Kings' winning streak intact on Tuesday night. It was a hard night...
  • Kings' playoff hunt is back on solid ground

    Kings' playoff hunt is back on solid ground
    Now comes the hard(er) part: The Kings are being pursued, not just pursuing. They have come back from the brink with a long winning streak, returning to a playoff position with a 2-1 victory over the struggling San Jose Sharks on Saturday in the Stadium...
  • Kings beat Red Wings 1-0 for 8th straight win

    It was just about this time last season when the Los Angeles Kings went on an eight-game winning streak and used it as a springboard to their second Stanley Cup title in three years. This season is beginning to look similar. The Kings won their eighth...
  • Kings' Jonathan Quick could spend a lot of time in goal

    Kings' Jonathan Quick could spend a lot of time in goal
    Could Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick play in 70 or more games during this regular season? The reason behind the answer is simple: Darryl Sutter is his coach. So, barring any strange occurrence, the answer is: "Yes." Quick, who already has...
  • Steve Montador offered to donate brain for research

    Steve Montador offered to donate brain for research
    Former NHL defenseman Steve Montador, who was found dead at his home in Canada earlier this month, committed to donating his brain to research, according to a doctor at the University of Toronto. During Montador's funeral in Mississauga on Saturday, Dr....
  • John Gibson passes first back-to-back test in Ducks' 2-1 win

    John Gibson passes first back-to-back test in Ducks' 2-1 win
    The Ducks want John Gibson to prove things, like showing how the 21-year-old goalie will fare in a back-to-back road series. On Saturday night, as his teammates effectively conserved their diminished energy with just 21 shots on goal, Gibson stopped...
  • Kings spoil Sharks outdoor party with 2-1 victory

    The Los Angeles Kings delivered plenty of disappointment to the San Jose Sharks with two straight playoff series victories. They never sent as many Sharks fans home unhappy as they did Saturday night. Marian Gaborik scored the tiebreaking goal early in...
  • California has warmed to hockey, and vice versa; Kings, Ducks helped

    California has warmed to hockey, and vice versa; Kings, Ducks helped
    On a pleasantly cool Saturday night in Northern California, not long after the last tendrils of twilight faded over Mt. Hamilton and the Diablo Range, 70,205 people settled into their seats to enjoy a very California ritual: A hockey game. An outdoor...