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  • Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright

    Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright
    SOCHI, Russia — Aw, Canada. It's hard to work up any sort of serious dislike for those quaint neighbors living in America's attic, but this hockey thing is getting ridiculous. Twice during a 24-hour period at the appropriately named Bolshoy...
  • Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships

    Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships
    Winning the Stanley Cup might be the most demanding task in professional sports, a glorious and grueling test played out over eight months and more than 100 games. Only when the ice has melted do teams disclose who was hobbling on a wounded knee or...
  • NHL to revamp statistics section on website

    NHL to revamp statistics section on website
    Slowly but surely the NHL has entered its own "Moneyball" era, with most teams employing experts in advanced statistical analysis to evaluate players beyond the traditional categories of goals, assists and plus/minus. The league's website, nhl.com, soon...
  • White House visit might help Kings mentally move forward

    Shaved, shorn and suavely suited, Kings players and staffers gathered onstage in the White House East room Monday and smiled politely as President Obama joked how unfortunate it was that they had defeated his hometown Chicago Blackhawks on the way to...
  • Kings making return visit to White House for Stanley Cup kudos

    Kings making return visit to White House for Stanley Cup kudos
    For Kings right wing Justin Williams, visiting the White House to meet the president and accept congratulations for winning the Stanley Cup is becoming a habit. "It's my third time now. I think I should maybe get a room in the White House, I'm not sure....
  • NHL All-Star game has lost meaning over the years

    The original purpose of the NHL's All-Star game — before it even was given that name — was noble. The defending Stanley Cup champion Maple Leafs played a team of NHL stars in Toronto in 1934 as a tribute to Irvin (Ace) Bailey, whose career...
  • Bianchi: Stanley Cup has been in war zones and strip clubs, celebrated with, urinated in

    Bianchi: Stanley Cup has been in war zones and strip clubs, celebrated with, urinated in
    The Keeper of the Cup would not budge. Despite the begging, he would not waver. Despite the pleading, he stood steadfast. Despite blatant bribery, he would not allow me to complete a bucket-list item for sports fans around the globe. I showed...
  • Stanley Cup champion Kings aren't satisfied treading water at midseason

    Only occasionally this season has General Manager Dean Lombardi seen the Kings resemble the group that blended a strong work ethic, forbidding goaltending and staunch defense to win the Stanley Cup twice in three seasons. "There's been pockets where...
  • Flyers send White to Phantoms for conditioning

    Flyers send White to Phantoms for conditioning
    Last Sunday, the Philadelphia Flyers sent 26-year-old center Ryan White to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on a conditioning loan. Flyers and Phantoms general manager Ron Hextall told the Philadelphia media that the loan is for three games. "The way things...
  • NHL rules keeping Kings in salary-cap limbo

    When the Kings wanted to call up a defenseman from the minor leagues Saturday to replace the injured Robyn Regehr they consulted their calculators before they checked flight schedules. Because they're near the salary cap limit and are carrying Slava...
  • 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...