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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • NBA Finals, Winning Friday Lineup Lift ABC to Weekly Ratings Victory

    The first two games of the NBA Finals helped lift ABC to an easy primetime ratings victory in key demos last week, while HBO's "Game of Thrones" remained the hottest entertainment series as it nears its season finale. For the week of June 2-8,...
  • 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 take Game 4 loss to Rangers as learning experience

    Kings take Game 4 loss to Rangers as learning experience
    The Kings had a long flight home from New York, where a line of slush on Madison Square Garden's notoriously bad ice became a wall between them and two goals that might have sent them back Wednesday with the Stanley Cup as a special passenger. Some...
  • If Kings win tonight, N.Y. mayor will sing 'I Love L.A.' on 'Kimmel'

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio may want to start practicing in front of a mirror. With the Kings poised to clinch their second Stanley Cup in three years at Staples Center  on Friday night against the New York Rangers, de Blasio is now on the brink of...
  • Kings eliminate distractions, hope to eliminate New York Rangers too

    Kings eliminate distractions, hope to eliminate New York Rangers too
    Greetings from Madison Square Garden, where the Stanley Cup will be brought Wednesday night to be awarded to the Kings if they get that ever-difficult fourth win over the New York Rangers in the Cup Final. The Kings have a 3-0 series lead, and only...
  • Kings suffer double downer in 5-4 loss to Blackhawks in Game 5

    Kings suffer double downer in 5-4 loss to Blackhawks in Game 5
    Almost eight eye-catching minutes flew by — 7:56, to be precise — without a stoppage in play between the Kings and Chicago Blackhawks in the first overtime period at the United Center. The edge-of-your-seat, frenzied action surely had to...
  • Third period proves to be the difference for Blackhawks in Game 5

    Third period proves to be the difference for Blackhawks in Game 5
    No way the Chicago Blackhawks wanted to end the season like this, humbled at home and dethroned by the would-be Kings in front of friends and relatives. Not here. Not now. So when the Blackhawks came out Wednesday night for the third period of Game...
  • On brink of elimination, Rangers desperate to solve Kings

    On brink of elimination, Rangers desperate to solve Kings
    What can the New York Rangers do differently? They vowed Wednesday morning their attention is “all in” on the idea of scoring the first goal in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, trailing the Kings three games to none. Two problems with...
  • Stanley Cup spends a couple of days in a familiar area -- the South Bay

    Stanley Cup spends a couple of days in a familiar area -- the South Bay
    The Stanley Cup spent its first two days with its newest owners in a familiar part of Southern California — the South Bay. Every Kings player lives in Manhattan Beach or Hermosa Beach except one (Willie Mitchell, Venice), making it a natural...
  • Letters: What the fans are saying about the Kings and the Stanley Cup

    Letters: What the fans are saying about the Kings and the Stanley Cup
    What Los Angeles should remember about the Kings besides their winning the Stanley Cup is there was no self-centered, all-about-me superstar, no crazy owner, no so-called prodigy who scoffs at direction and no coach whose ego is bigger than everyone else....
  • Kings' season was one with many twists, turns

    Kings' season was one with many twists, turns
    On one level, the Kings' playoff run mirrored their performance in the regular season, filled with hot runs and times where they were stone cold. There was a period in November when they played without their starting goaltender and seemingly couldn't...