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  • Lack of balance costs Kings in loss to Ducks

    The stretch run has such a way of magnifying the good and the bad. For instance, a puck banks off the skate of Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin past his goalie Martin Jones and a segment of Kings fans want Muzzin put on the next plane back to the minors....
  • Kings lose to Coyotes, 4-3, and their hold on playoff spot is slipping

    Kings lose to Coyotes, 4-3, and their hold on playoff spot is slipping
    So much for all that extra elbow room, that additional breathing room in the Pacific Division. Suddenly, things have gotten tight and tense — take your pick — between the Kings and the Phoenix Coyotes in the race for third place. After a...
  • Minor Wins, Major Losses: Pro Sports Franchise Dreams Dashed Over And Over

    Minor Wins, Major Losses: Pro Sports Franchise Dreams Dashed Over And Over
    The news arrived to readers of The Courant on the morning of March 8, 1877, seven weeks before the start of the second National League baseball season. Hartford, a charter member, was deemed unacceptable as a major league market. The city's "base ball"...
  • Hollywood Hills house is wall-to-wall Chris Brown

    Hollywood Hills house is wall-to-wall Chris Brown
    Singer Chris Brown has listed the house in the Hollywood Hills that bore his graffiti-like artwork at $1.92 million. If would-be buyers are disappointed that his exterior scrawling has been painted over with a coat of drab green, there's still plenty to...
  • Hockey, Dodger Stadium, Wayne Gretzky, Vin Scully—how Great is that?

    Hockey, Dodger Stadium, Wayne Gretzky, Vin Scully—how Great is that?
    If Wayne Gretzky hadn't been traded to the Kings in 1988, hockey in Southern California would still be the pursuit of a passionate few. The Ducks wouldn't exist if not for the enthusiasm generated by Gretzky's unprecedented scoring feats and knack for...
  • Gretzky, NHL reach deal to pay him money owed from Phoenix Coyotes

    Gretzky, NHL reach deal to pay him money owed from Phoenix Coyotes
    The NHL has agreed to pay Wayne Gretzky the money he was owed from his tenure as a part-owner of the Phoenix Coyotes, a sum reported to be between $7 million and $8 million. The settlement could bring Gretzky back to the NHL in the role of ambassador or...
  • Ducks' dentist does more than fill in the gaps

    Ducks' dentist does more than fill in the gaps
    The doctor holds up a hand and says, "Wait." She turns away to rummage through a drawer, explaining: "I want to show you something." It takes a moment to push aside the syringes and packets of gauze before she locates a small, white shard and cups it in...
  • Wayne Gretzky helps make hockey game at Dodger Stadium a great one

    Wayne Gretzky helps make hockey game at Dodger Stadium a great one
      The bizarre mingled with the familiar Saturday night, when the sensory overload of seeing beach volleyball, street hockey and Frisbee tossing taking place amid Dodger Stadium's greenery was balanced by seven concise words that set a sellout crowd to...
  • Friday's local multi-sport roundup: Rakell's OT blast sends Admirals past Portland

    Hockey: The Norfolk Admirals (9-6-0-3) beat Portland 3-2 Friday night before 4,859 at Scope in the first of a two-game series as Rickard Rakell scored on a power play 4:24 into overtime. Rakell, recently returned to Norfolk by the parent Anaheim Ducks,...
  • After years of living lean, Phoenix Coyotes are 'hungrier than ever'

    Of all the changes made by the IceArizona group since it purchased the Phoenix Coyotes from the NHL in August, one seemingly small decision symbolizes the new regime. The Coyotes traditionally hold a dinner for players and their wives before the season,...
  • Kings and Jonathan Quick are all-in with the shootout

    They've played 12 games, and the Kings' season doesn't even hit the one-month mark until Sunday. One early theme has emerged: A five-minute overtime, followed by a shootout, if necessary. Of the Kings' eight victories, one came in overtime and four more...