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  • Kings win second title with 3-2 win over Rangers

    Kings win second title with 3-2 win over Rangers
    The Los Angeles Kings completed a remarkable and improbable run to their second Stanley Cup championship in three years by defeating the New York Rangers with a 3-2, double-overtime victory on Friday night at Staples Center. Kings defenseman Alec...
  • Stanley Cup Final live: L.A. Kings vs. N.Y. Rangers in sudden death overtime

    The Kings, still one game away from winning the NHL championship, will meet the New York Rangers in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final at Staples Center today at 5 p.m. Join us as we cover the game live.
  • After Kings win, Garcetti ready to hear de Blasio sing

    After Kings win, Garcetti ready to hear de Blasio sing
    With the Los Angeles Kings' win in the Stanley Cup Final, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is ready to collect on his bet with New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.  "Our Kings of the ice were once considered underdogs," Garcetti said Friday night. "But with two...
  • L.A.'s Kings: They're hockey royalty once again

    L.A.'s Kings: They're hockey royalty once again
    It's back. The Stanley Cup, that gigantic silver chalice of the religion of the National Hockey League, will spend another year in a beach town that never sees ice on winter streets and rarely has kids with sticks going off to play at a rink. Hockey may...
  • Stanley Cup Final update: NBC TV ratings up for Kings-Rangers Game 5

    Stanley Cup Final update: NBC TV ratings up for Kings-Rangers Game 5
    The overnight ratings for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Kings and the Rangers revealed a massive upset, so stunning it defied explanation. Kidding aside, there was a better rating in Los Angeles (12.4) for the double-overtime thriller -- a...
  • Rangers' Signings Could Fill Hartford Roster

    On the first day of NHL free agency, the New York Rangers began to build the Hartford Wolf Pack’s 2014-15 roster. The Rangers signed five free agents who figure as organizational depth players and could wind up in Hartford: goalie Cedrick...
  • No subterfuge this time: John Gibson to start for Ducks

    No subterfuge this time: John Gibson to start for Ducks
    There'll be no hand-wringing or morning-skate shenanigans this time. That 28-save shutout by 20-year-old rookie John Gibson to tie the Western Conference semifinal playoff series against the Kings at two games apiece has earned the Ducks goaltender a...
  • Bruins Lost To A Better Team

    BOSTON — The Bruins scored 16 goals and hit 13 goal posts in a seven-game series that ultimately ended in stinging season elimination. Some would call the Bruins unlucky. Not me. Hockey, like all great competitive endeavors, is a game of inches....
  • Kings' victory has L.A. celebrating; parade Monday

    Kings' victory has L.A. celebrating; parade Monday
    In honor of the Kings winning the NHL championship, Los Angeles is planning a big celebration in downtown Monday. A team parade is set for noon. It will begin at Figueroa and 5th streets and end at Staples Center. On Friday night, crowds at Staples...
  • 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...
  • Resilient Dustin Brown is face of resilient, Stanley Cup-winning Kings

    Resilient Dustin Brown is face of resilient, Stanley Cup-winning Kings
    Twenty minutes after hoisting the Stanley Cup — not once but twice — and taking laps around the Staples Center ice to the roar of the crowd, Dustin Brown needed a break. While the rest of his team celebrated, the Kings captain skated off...