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  • Ducks goalies Frederik Andersen, John Gibson in friendly competition

    All their hockey lives, goaltenders Frederik Andersen and John Gibson have been competing to be "the guy." Those instincts have brought them here, sitting next to each other in the Ducks' dressing room, second-year players in position to ascend to a...
  • Ducks extend contract of Patrick Maroon, sign first pick Nick Ritchie

    The Ducks and rugged left wing Patrick Maroon agreed to a three-year contract extension through 2017-18 on Saturday and the team also signed its first-round draft pick, left wing Nick Ritchie, to a three-year, entry-level contract. Ritchie, 18, was...
  • Kings to play San Jose Sharks outdoors at 49ers' new Levi's Stadium

    Kings to play San Jose Sharks outdoors at 49ers' new Levi's Stadium
    The defending Stanley Cup-champion Kings will play in another Stadium Series game this coming season, when they’ll meet the San Jose Sharks on Feb. 21 at Levi’s Stadium, the new home of the San Francisco 49ers. The NHL announced on Wednesday...
  • Job No. 1 for Ducks: Getting to the playoffs

    Ducks General Manager Bob Murray watched how the Kings cruised through the regular season, then gassed the accelerator to the floor once the Stanley Cup was in sight. "Our first job is to get to the playoffs. I don't care where we finish," Murray said....
  • Ducks extend Bruce Boudreau's contract on the day Saku Koivu retires

    Ducks extend Bruce Boudreau's contract on the day Saku Koivu retires
    Before Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said one word about the contract extension he received Wednesday through the 2016-17 season, he took a moment to thank Saku Koivu. "Tremendous career, great attribute to us … great human being … everything...
  • Kings' scoring woes continue in 3-0 loss to the Coyotes

    Kings' scoring woes continue in 3-0 loss to the Coyotes
    addCustomPlayer('1pa1wyvorp5ui15bbnkmaphgbl', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf1pa1wyvorp5ui15bbnkmaphgbl', 'eplayer15'); GLENDALE, Ariz. — The combination of an exhausting trip, a dubious call and the pressure of a road deficit left the Kings yearning to...
  • 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,...
  • Niemi in, Vlasic out for Sharks vs. Kings in playoff Game 7

    Niemi in, Vlasic out for Sharks vs. Kings in playoff Game 7
    SAN JOSE — For once, a coach didn’t play it coy when asked about his starting goaltender for a crucial playoff game. San Jose Coach Todd McLellan, whose team has relinquished its 3-0 lead over the Kings and faces a Game 7 on Wednesday...
  • Ducks confident whether they play Kings or Sharks in Round 2

    No matter if it’s the Kings or San Jose Sharks awaiting in the second round of the NHL Western Conference playoffs, the top-seeded Ducks have reasons to feel confident in the match-up. The Kings, trying to pull off a near-miraculous rally from...
  • Bruce Boudreau won't say which goalie will start for Ducks

    Bruce Boudreau won't say which goalie will start for Ducks
    The Ducks' goalie who will start the second-round playoff series at Honda Center this week is known by Bruce Boudreau, but the coach is declining to reveal his identity. Jonas Hiller was the primary regular-season starter for the Western Conference's...
  • Kings simply had more bite than Sharks

     Kings simply had more bite than Sharks
    SAN JOSE — When there was every reason to give up, the Kings continued to fight. When they had every excuse to moan about the San Jose Sharks being too fast and too big and too deadly at creating outnumbered rushes — all of which was true in...