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  • Dwight King, three others receive qualifying offers from Kings

    The Kings tendered qualifying offers to four players, including winger Dwight King, before Monday’s deadline to tender offers to restricted free agents in order to retain negotiating rights to those players. They also tendered qualifying offers to...
  • Kings' Willie Mitchell begins search for a new team

    Kings' Willie Mitchell begins search for a new team
    It's not you, it's me. That is the NHL version — free-agency style — of a disappointing breakup. Hockey's free agency starts Tuesday and among those on the market will be Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell, who won the Stanley Cup twice in Los...
  • Paul Stastny, Thomas Vanek find new homes via NHL free agency

    So what does half a billion dollars buy these days? For starters, the answer might cover the first day of NHL free agency. It was an unprecedented rush of frenzied spending, soaring past $500 million and 70-plus signings before dinner time Tuesday...
  • 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 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...
  • The Kings' calm amid the playoff storm carried them to Stanley Cup

    The Kings' calm amid the playoff storm carried them to Stanley Cup
    It was April 22 and the Kings had just lost their first three playoff games against the San Jose Sharks, with their only consolation being that Game 3 had been close — a 4-3 overtime decision — instead of the blowouts they'd endured in the...
  • A miserable playoff start, memorable Stanley Cup finish for Kings

    A miserable playoff start, memorable Stanley Cup finish for Kings
    After becoming the first team to reach the Stanley Cup Final by winning three series in Game 7, all on the road, the Kings' five-game series victory over the New York Rangers to win the Stanley Cup almost seemed abrupt — except that all three...
  • Kings are a quality team that is built to last

    Kings are a quality team that is built to last
    The blades of their skates cut deep and wide now, far beyond the chilly ice and raucous fans at Staples Center, far past even the highest of hopes for a black-shirted hockey team in a bright and sunny land. When Alec Martinez slapped a shot past the New...
  • 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...
  • After second title, Dean Lombardi set to work on Kings' roster again

    After second title, Dean Lombardi set to work on Kings' roster again
    A day after their parade to celebrate this season’s Stanley Cup championship, the Kings will have to turn the page — and quickly. Already in effect, the buyout period for contracts is open until June 30. Compliance buyouts offer a rare...
  • Kings hold another Stanley Cup parade through L.A.

    Kings hold another Stanley Cup parade through L.A.
    They came to raise a glass to a Cup, again, to toast a game played on ice in a city where it no longer rains, much less snows. They lined the metal barricades 20 deep, shoulder to shoulder in black jerseys. They were tatted homies, mustachioed hipsters,...