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  • Darryl Sutter knows the perils of Jets' 0-3 deficit against Ducks

    Darryl Sutter knows the perils of Jets' 0-3 deficit against Ducks
    Only four teams in NHL history have rallied to win a best-of-seven playoff series after losing the first three games, but there’s a recent example the Winnipeg Jets can hope to copy as they face the Ducks on Wednesday night at MTS Centre. The...
  • Jarret Stoll, Slava Voynov arrests part of Kings' season of disarray

    Jarret Stoll, Slava Voynov arrests part of Kings' season of disarray
    September and training camp passed, almost uneventfully for the Kings. And so did the first six games of the season. After that, nothing was quite the same after their 2-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Oct. 19. By the next morning, defenseman...
  • Kings' Jarret Stoll arrested in Vegas on suspicion of drug possession

    Kings' Jarret Stoll arrested in Vegas on suspicion of drug possession
    Kings center Jarret Stoll was arrested on suspicion of drug possession Friday in Las Vegas, according to the police department's online records. The news was first reported by the CBS television affiliate in Las Vegas, saying he was arrested on...
  • High School Roundup: Costa Mesa boys' volleyball ends Laguna Beach sets streak

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Laguna Beach def. Costa Mesa LAGUNA BEACH — The Mustangs ended the Breakers' six-year win streak in Orange Coast League sets, but the home team won, 22-25, 25-12, 25-14, 23-25, 15-10, Tuesday. Laguna had won 161 sets in a row,...
  • Kings' Trevor Lewis rediscovers scoring touch

    Kings' Trevor Lewis rediscovers scoring touch
    It was natural for Trevor Lewis to be a scorer when he was a kid playing hockey in Salt Lake City. “When I was growing up,” he said, “there was only 10 guys on our team.” Lewis, drafted 17th by the Kings in the 2006 entry...
  • For Kings coach, hello is easier than goodbye at trade deadline

    For Kings coach, hello is easier than goodbye at trade deadline
    For Kings Coach Darryl Sutter, the simple matter of how the trade-deadline period affects teams isn't merely about addition. Sutter, who has guided the Kings to two Stanley Cup championships in three seasons, is always just as concerned about...
  • Kings power past the Oilers, 5-2

    Kings power past the Oilers, 5-2
    One of the primary ways to get the Kings annoyed is to suggest they are simply waiting to flip the switch for when it really counts. They've heard it nearly everywhere. From Anaheim to El Segundo. From Winnipeg and now in Edmonton. On Tuesday night,...
  • Ducks' trades pay off in 4-1 win over Arizona

    Ducks' trades pay off in 4-1 win over Arizona
    Among the Ducks' aims in making one trade last week and four more in the hours before the NHL deadline was to become faster and better equipped to handle any style opponents throw at them. They needed to add speed on defense and add skill, but General...
  • Slava Voynov, who tore an Achilles' tendon, has trial delayed until July

    Slava Voynov, who tore an Achilles' tendon, has trial delayed until July
    Slava Voynov’s trial on a felony domestic violence charge was delayed again Wednesday, and the suspended Kings defenseman might be away from the ice even longer. Voynov ruptured his right Achilles' tendon last week and had surgery to repair it,...
  • Kings break for off-season, downplay situation with Darryl Sutter

    Kings break for off-season, downplay situation with Darryl Sutter
    Suddenly, Kings Coach Darryl Sutter started asking the questions in his media session, quizzing about family and communication and whether the door was closed when it came time to speak privately. You could say this was no run-of-the-mill, breakup day...
  • Kings exit, beating San Jose Sharks, 4-1; Robyn Regehr thinks he's done

    Kings exit, beating San Jose Sharks, 4-1; Robyn Regehr thinks he's done
    Goodbye until September for the Kings and farewell to the NHL for defenseman Robyn Regehr. It was a day of bittersweet partings for the Kings and their fans and for Regehr and his 15-season NHL career. The team's regular-season finale was a 4-1...