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  • Kings add up to a title, line by line and pair by pair

    Kings add up to a title, line by line and pair by pair
    Beyond the overall team chemistry that paced the Kings to the Stanley Cup title, there were complementary divisions of offensive lines and defense pairs that Coach Darryl Sutter established to create a Cup winner. Here is a line-by-line and pair-by-pair...
  • Stanley Cup Final on NBC Rates as Second Biggest in Eight Years

    The NHL's 2014 Stanley Cup Final between the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers averaged about 5 million viewers on NBC and NBC Sports Network, according to Nielsen, making it professional hockey's second-most-watched championship round since 2006....
  • The Kings' calm amid the playoff storm carried them to Stanley Cup

    The Kings' calm amid the playoff storm carried them to Stanley Cup
    It was April 22 and the Kings had just lost their first three playoff games against the San Jose Sharks, with their only consolation being that Game 3 had been close — a 4-3 overtime decision — instead of the blowouts they'd endured in the...
  • Coffee Companion (5/8): Wieters spared surgery as draft day arrives

    The Ravens likely won't pick until late this evening in the NFL draft. Given the team's penchant for trading back, it could be an even later night. So maybe it's best to wait until the evening to brew up something strong and read this Coffee Companion,...
  • Rangers' Nash Struggles, And So Does His Team

    Rangers' Nash Struggles, And So Does His Team
    NEW YORK — He barreled in on a 3-on-1 break. The puck stood on its edge and Rick Nash shanked a wrist shot wide of the Pittsburgh net. Ugly. On a power play that has been 36 shades of destitute, Nash turned the puck over in the neutral zone....
  • Kings hold another Stanley Cup parade through L.A.

    Kings hold another Stanley Cup parade through L.A.
    They came to raise a glass to a Cup, again, to toast a game played on ice in a city where it no longer rains, much less snows. They lined the metal barricades 20 deep, shoulder to shoulder in black jerseys. They were tatted homies, mustachioed hipsters,...
  • Alec Martinez's overtime goal puts crown on the Kings

    Alec Martinez's overtime goal puts crown on the Kings
    A long wait packed with tension, uncertainty and the thought that something was slipping away was ended Friday by a player who knows those feelings well. Kings defenseman Alec Martinez won the Kings the Stanley Cup in the team's longest game in history,...
  • Kings' Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson provided speed and excitement

    Kings' Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson provided speed and excitement
    Sorry, NHL. The Kings might be here for a while. Dustin Brown and Jeff Carter don't become free agents until 2022. Drew Doughty is under contract until 2021. Jonathan Quick? He can't test the market until 2023. They also have two young players who...
  • Kings' season was one with many twists, turns

    Kings' season was one with many twists, turns
    On one level, the Kings' playoff run mirrored their performance in the regular season, filled with hot runs and times where they were stone cold. There was a period in November when they played without their starting goaltender and seemingly couldn't...
  • Just call Kings' Justin Williams Mr. MVP

    Just call Kings' Justin Williams Mr. MVP
    Hockey is the ultimate team game, which is what makes the Conn Smythe Trophy, awarded annually to the playoff's most valuable player, such an anomaly. Individual versus team award? Most winners will tell you that, as kids, they lie awake dreaming...
  • Kings are lords of the NHL, again, and the new kings of L.A. sports

    Kings are lords of the NHL, again, and the new kings of L.A. sports
    Put a crown on that Stanley Cup. Add streaks of black to its silver. Fill it with sand, burnish it with sun, and welcome it home. Kings, kings again. For the second time in three seasons, the Los Angeles Kings have done what seemed like an...