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  • Kings give a nod to Clippers for smoothing out schedule

    Kings give a nod to Clippers for smoothing out schedule
    Deep in the fine print of a news release about the Kings' regular-season schedule, the Stanley Cup champions made a point of thanking the Clippers and Doc Rivers, the Clippers' coach and president of basketball operations. The Clippers shifted a...
  • Wrist surgery Kings' Quick has wrist surgery

    The Sports Xchange Wrist surgery Kings' Quick has wrist surgery Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick underwent wrist surgery that will sideline him for 10 to 12 weeks. Yahoo Sports first reported that Quick was undergoing "emergency surgery" after...
  • 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....
  • Handzus on reported parting with Blackhawks: 'Sad, but not surprised'

    Handzus on reported parting with Blackhawks: 'Sad, but not surprised'
    Michal Handzus is sure of one thing: He wants to play in the NHL next season. What he isn’t sure of is which team — if any — will take a chance on a 37-year-old center coming off a disappointing season, and it apparently won’t be...
  • 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...
  • Round 2 NHL Playoff Picks: Can Rangers beat Pens?

     
    Even though it went seven games, the New York Rangers dominated the Philadelphia Flyers for most of their Round 1 series. Even if Flyers goalie Steve Mason played the first two games, the Rangers still would have won the series......
  • Kings find success with Jeff Carter at center, naturally

    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter and his boss, General Manager Dean Lombardi, were talking about their personnel and reviewing video during the Olympic break in February, not necessarily preparing just for the spring playoff run but beyond that. What they came...
  • Kings win second title with 3-2 win over Rangers

    Kings win second title with 3-2 win over Rangers
    The Los Angeles Kings completed a remarkable and improbable run to their second Stanley Cup championship in three years by defeating the New York Rangers with a 3-2, double-overtime victory on Friday night at Staples Center. Kings defenseman Alec...
  • Andretti and Karam will get some attention during ABC's 50th anniversary coverage of the Indy 500

    The Super Bowl is on a different network each year. The World Series used to be on NBC, and then moved around to ABC and CBS before finding a home at Fox. The NHL and NBA playoffs have moved around, too, and the NCAA's Final Four is now even on cable....
  • The comeback Kings are Stanley Cup champions again

    The comeback Kings are Stanley Cup champions again
    The Kings' Stanley Cup playoff run appeared to be over before it had really begun. Sloppy on defense and helpless against the speed of the San Jose Sharks, the Kings lost the first three games of their opening-round playoff series and were one loss from...
  • 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...