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  • The Kings-Rangers fight we can't forget: Remember the '81 brawl?

    The Kings-Rangers fight we can't forget: Remember the '81 brawl?
     "If the referee goes by the rule book now, there will be nobody left to play the hockey game." — Bill Chadwick, New York Rangers television analyst The ice at the Forum was so crowded that night in 1981, it looked like the rink at New York's...
  • Darryl Sutter is Kings' leading man, even if it doesn't suit his style

    Darryl Sutter is Kings' leading man, even if it doesn't suit his style
    The face of Hollywood's hockey revolution looks like a closed fist. The most powerful voice of Tinseltown's growing hockey chorus is an undiscernible mumble. The biggest name on the Southland's coolest sports powerhouse is one that many people...
  • Paulina Gretzky is pregnant, expecting baby with golfer Dustin Johnson

    Paulina Gretzky is pregnant, expecting baby with golfer Dustin Johnson
    Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey great Wayne Gretzky and a sometime cover girl, is pregnant, she announced on Instagram. "@djohnsonpga & i are so excited to finally share with you all our amazing news..we're having a baby!!," she wrote late Tuesday,...
  • AHL is one step away from NHL

    AHL is one step away from NHL
    Hockey players. Hockey dads. Hockey moms. Hockey people. Hockey guys. Hockey chicks. Internationally, it's called ice hockey. Here in North America, it's hockey plain and simple, almost totally ignoring that other sport, field hockey. Hockey has...
  • Kings' Justin Williams has his edge ever sharp

    Kings' Justin Williams has his edge ever sharp
    Hockey history made a house call in June, in the days after forward Justin Williams and the Kings won the Stanley Cup. Williams, as the most valuable player of the playoffs, took home the Conn Smythe Trophy. His name goes on the shiny relic along with...
  • Jeff Carter does it again, leading Kings to 4-3 win and series lead

    Jeff Carter does it again, leading Kings to 4-3 win and series lead
    You suspect the Kings' thank-you notes to the Columbus Blue Jackets might be getting too long and too wordy right now. June 2012: The deep gratitude for the Jeff Carter trade. April 2014: Appreciation for sending Marian Gaborik out West to the Kings....
  • Kang gains inspiration from her father's memory in hot start at Kingsmill Championship

     Kang gains inspiration from her father's memory in hot start at Kingsmill Championship
    WILLIAMSBURG — Her laptop glowing in the 3 a.m. darkness of a hotel room Thursday, Danielle Kang flipped through digital images of her late father. Even if she couldn't talk to him anymore, she needed to somehow know he was still close. Though...
  • Jeff Carter's hat trick another feather in this King's cap

    Jeff Carter's hat trick another feather in this King's cap
    There are the little areas of the Kings' dressing room on the road that are almost broken down into fascinating mini-neighborhoods. Starting goalie Jonathan Quick is at one end, alongside backup Martin Jones. Defenseman Drew Doughty sits close by fellow...
  • Gary Bettman made right call on Southern California hockey

    Gary Bettman made right call on Southern California hockey
    NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman knew what was coming Monday as soon as the question began. A little more than 21 years ago, at a news conference in Anaheim to announce the birth of the Ducks franchise — then called the Mighty Ducks — he got...
  • 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...
  • The ice is greener in Southern California hockey

    The ice is greener in Southern California hockey
    As the captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, a high-profile position in a passionate hockey market, Mike Richards couldn't go anywhere — to a baseball game, a restaurant, a club — without being recognized. That changed when he was traded to...