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  • NHL suspends Kings' Slava Voynov after arrest

    NHL suspends Kings' Slava Voynov after arrest
    From the outset, when Commissioner Gary Bettman called Kings owner Philip Anschutz early Monday to say he had suspended Slava Voynov because of the defenseman's alleged involvement in a domestic violence incident, it was clear the league was taking the...
  • Kings say closeness will get them through Slava Voynov's absence

    Kings say closeness will get them through Slava Voynov's absence
    Members of the Kings said they expect the team’s closeness — one of its signature strengths during two Stanley Cup championship runs in the past three seasons — to continue to be a source of support during the absence of defenseman Slava...
  • Momentum swings quickly in Kings' 3-2 overtime loss to Coyotes

    Jeff Carter, in an isolated situation, is often close to automatic. Hit the button and he scores. Of course, the same could be said about many situations for the gifted goal-scorer. Already on Saturday night, Carter had scored off the rush for the...
  • 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 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...
  • 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...
  • Kings ready to ring in a new season

    There’s no time for sentiment for the Kings. Players were businesslike Wednesday morning after their first game-day skate of the season, already in mid-season mental form and ready to defend their Stanley Cup championship. “We want to get...
  • Kings' John Stevens is wholly behind split-squad idea

    Kings' John Stevens is wholly behind split-squad idea
    John Stevens, promoted to the position of associate head coach by the Kings over the summer, said he initially didn’t like the concept of playing split-squad games in training camp. But as the man in charge of the squad that will face a Coyotes...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 4-3 exhibition shootout victory

    What we learned from the Kings' 4-3 exhibition shootout victory
    Some thoughts on the Kings’ first home preseason game, a 4-3 shootout victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Monday night at Staples Center: Marian Gaborik is a scoring machine You could probably awaken Gaborik from a nap, put him on the ice, and...
  • NHL sets salary cap at $69 million for 2014-15

    NHL sets salary cap at $69 million for 2014-15
    NHL general managers and salary-cap specialists went scurrying for their calculators Friday, when the league and the NHL Players’ Assn. announced the payroll ranges for the 2014-15 season. The payroll range -- which is agreed upon by the league...
  • Sochi Olympics: Keeping up with Kings, Ducks players

    Sochi Olympics: Keeping up with Kings, Ducks players
    SOCHI, Russia — And then there were 12. The first of 13 Kings and Ducks chosen to represent their respective homelands at the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament was eliminated Tuesday, when Switzerland and Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller lost a...