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  • Dustin Brown and Mike Richards step up for Kings

    Asked to describe his performance during the regular season, Dustin Brown didn't hesitate. "Disappointing," the Kings' captain said. Mike Richards, asked the same question, had a similar answer. "Unsatisfying, maybe," he said. Yes, and yes again....
  • Orioles prospect Travis Seabrooke has knee surgery, out for year

    Orioles prospect Travis Seabrooke has knee surgery, out for year
    Left-handed pitcher Travis Seabrooke, the Orioles' fifth round pick last year out of a Canadian high school, tore the ACL in his right knee and had season-ending surgery Monday. Initially targeted for the Short-A Aberdeen rotation, Seabrooke will not...
  • No place like home (to lose) in this series

    No place like home (to lose) in this series
    The Ducks and Kings continue to make hay in each other's barn. There may be no rhyme or reason, but the Ducks' 2-0 victory Saturday at Staples Center in Game 4 left the visiting teams undefeated in the Western Conference semifinals. The Kings got away...
  • Stanley Cup Final: A little light reading before Game 5

    Teams that won the first three games of the Stanley Cup Final have gone on to win the series 25 of 26 times. Will the Kings make it 26 for 27 Friday night at Staples Center against the New York Rangers? A sixth game, if necessary, would be played on...
  • Kings look at Game 5 in front of them, not possible party behind it

    Kings look at Game 5 in front of them, not possible party behind it
    One friendly suggestion for a hockey team on the verge of winning a second Stanley Cup, in search of one more victory: You don't need to hide the limos, women and children. Just the limos. In 2012, the New Jersey Devils team bus pulled up to Staples...
  • Kings are denied a Game 4 clincher by Rangers, 2-1

    Kings are denied a Game 4 clincher by Rangers, 2-1
    Symmetry took the night off. It could have been such a tidy completed hockey circle, two Stanley Cups clinched by the Kings exactly two years apart. But the Kings will have to wait two more days to get another shot at winning their second Stanley Cup....
  • Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4

    Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4
    NEW YORK — If the weight of history holds form, if the inexorable grind does leave the Rangers in a heap of California dust, the Los Angeles Kings might be remembered as the most resilient playoff team in North American history. Earlier this...
  • Your guide to summer racing at Trexlertown's velodrome

    When Jorien Ter Mors of the Netherlands makes her debut at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center this month, the short track speedskater will be the latest in a long line of Olympic and world champions who have competed at the racing track in Trexlertown....
  • New York Rangers' Martin St. Louis loses a parent, finds a family

    The question was easy for Martin St. Louis to answer. Asked what his mother might think about his playing in the Stanley Cup Final, the New York Rangers forward offered a quiet, simple response. "She'd be pretty happy about that," he said. The story...
  • Ross Lonsberry dies at 67; former hockey player for Kings, Flyers

    Ross Lonsberry dies at 67; former hockey player for Kings, Flyers
    Ross Lonsberry, who played for the Kings from 1969 until early 1972 and went on to be part of the Philadelphia Flyers' Stanley Cup-winning teams in 1974 and 1975, died of cancer Sunday in Santa Clarita. He was 67 and had lived in Southern California since...
  • How to drink like a Hawks fan during the 2014 playoffs

    How to drink like a Hawks fan during the 2014 playoffs
    The Bulls' season is history and Chicago baseball isn't exactly lighting it up, so it's a safe bet that the city is ready to raise a glass for the Blackhawks. Generally when hockey fans pull up in front of the TV or at their local arena, their...