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  • For the record

    L.A. Kings parade: A caption for a photo that accompanied an article in the June 17 Section A about the parade marking the Kings' victory in the Stanley Cup finals described the celebrators in the photo as three fans in Kings garb. In fact, they were...
  • Kings keep the trust, don't buy out Mike Richards' contract

    Kings keep the trust, don't buy out Mike Richards' contract
    As it turned out, there was a center named Richards bought out in the NHL on Friday — only it was Brad Richards of the New York Rangers. Not Mike Richards of the Kings. The Kings decided against buying out the contract of Richards, according...
  • Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1

    Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1
    Is there no end to the Kings' resilience, no situation too dire for them to wiggle out of, even if they skate off with the hair at the ends of their lengthy playoff beards singed from the flames they just escaped? Heavy-legged Wednesday in the first...
  • Kyle Clifford plays a new role for Kings in opener — goal scorer

    Kyle Clifford plays a new role for Kings in opener — goal scorer
    Kyle Clifford spent part of Tuesday calming fears that a practice shot he fired hadn't rendered Kings goalie Jonathan Quick useless for the Stanley Cup Final. A night later, the Kings' forward eased the home crowd's concerns that Game 1 was slipping...
  • Kings beat Rangers, 3-2, in overtime in Game 1 on Justin Williams' goal

    Kings beat Rangers, 3-2, in overtime in Game 1 on Justin Williams' goal
    Will the nickname — Mr. Game 7 — find its way into deep storage for the summer months and get packed away, perhaps to be unveiled in future postseasons? Kings right wing Justin Williams summoned his late-series magic and brought it out...
  • Stanley Cup Final: Kings' Robyn Regehr probable for Game 2

    Stanley Cup Final: Kings' Robyn Regehr probable for Game 2
    Both the Kings and the New York Rangers appear poised to change their mix on defense for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, to be played Saturday at Staples Center. The Kings won the opener, 3-2, on Wednesday on Justin Williams’ goal four minutes...
  • Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final

    Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings' playoff run two years ago was so neat and tidy and efficient. They won the first three games in all four rounds, used the same six defensemen in every game, and needed only 20 contests to win the Stanley Cup. Their current run has been far...
  • Stanley Cup: Kings defensemen Voynov, Mitchell talk about fatigue

    Stanley Cup: Kings defensemen Voynov, Mitchell talk about fatigue
    Kings defenseman Slava Voynov has been getting more and more comfortable conducting interviews in English — just as long as there aren't any TV crews around. The 26-year-old Russian is a bit nervous about his English-language skills when there are...
  • Rangers just can't catch a break in series against Kings

    Rangers just can't catch a break in series against Kings
    The New York Rangers continued to dwell on the little breaks the Kings are receiving, but they again mustered no sufficient response except for post-loss explanations. "At some point, you're going to have to need some puck luck and we don't have any...
  • Kings' Matt Greene proves to be a killer against Rangers

    Kings' Matt Greene proves to be a killer against Rangers
    Defenseman Matt Greene really is the face of the Kings' penalty-killing unit. Not the face, in terms of its No. 1 asset. That would be Kings defenseman Drew Doughty. But Greene's bloodied face could be considered the poster for the Kings' penalty...
  • Kings' run to the Stanley Cup could be the best L.A. has ever seen

    Kings' run to the Stanley Cup could be the best L.A. has ever seen
    The world's most famous arena was no match for the world's best hockey team Monday, the Kings savaging and silencing Madison Square Garden with three powerful thwacks that cut off the New York Rangers at the heart. Now they are on the verge of doing the...