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  • Return to the throne

    This was not unfamiliar territory for the Kings. It was a pleasure for them to relive the experience. Team captain Dustin Brown was handed the Stanley Cup on the Staples Center ice Friday for the second time in three seasons. The Kings returned to the...
  • Watch Steve Carell and Tom Green talk hockey [video]

    Watch Steve Carell and Tom Green talk hockey [video]
    Often there are bandwagon NHL and NBA fans who crop up this time of year, and you can't really blame them with all the playoff excitement, but after listening to Steve Carell chat with Tom Green, you know they both have a deep appreciation for hockey....
  • Kings will be at Staples Center, but where will the Stanley Cup be?

    Kings will be at Staples Center, but where will the Stanley Cup be?
    It's hard to find a more superstitious group than hockey players. Scraggly playoff beards. Bizarre on-ice rituals. Refusal to touch any trophy other than the actual Stanley Cup, making the conference trophies among the most lonely in sports. So it's...
  • Alec Martinez's overtime goal puts crown on the Kings

    Alec Martinez's overtime goal puts crown on the Kings
    A long wait packed with tension, uncertainty and the thought that something was slipping away was ended Friday by a player who knows those feelings well. Kings defenseman Alec Martinez won the Kings the Stanley Cup in the team's longest game in history,...
  • Williams' play carries Kings to Cup

    The Sports Xchange By Forrest Lee, The Sports Xchange Williams' play carries Kings to Cup LOS ANGELES -- Justin Williams is a major reason the Los Angeles Kings bear the crown again. "Justin Williams is an unbelievable hockey player," said Kings...
  • Kings are lords of the NHL, again, and the new kings of L.A. sports

    Kings are lords of the NHL, again, and the new kings of L.A. sports
    Put a crown on that Stanley Cup. Add streaks of black to its silver. Fill it with sand, burnish it with sun, and welcome it home. Kings, kings again. For the second time in three seasons, the Los Angeles Kings have done what seemed like an...
  • 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...
  • L.A.'s Kings: They're hockey royalty once again

    L.A.'s Kings: They're hockey royalty once again
    It's back. The Stanley Cup, that gigantic silver chalice of the religion of the National Hockey League, will spend another year in a beach town that never sees ice on winter streets and rarely has kids with sticks going off to play at a rink. Hockey may...
  • Kings' Justin Williams, the playoff MVP, is 'Stick' that handles it all

    Kings' Justin Williams, the playoff MVP, is 'Stick' that handles it all
    He was Mr. Game 7, the player the Kings could rely on to be at his best when the pressure was at its worst. Right wing Justin Williams, a very good player during the regular season, becomes an extraordinary player during the playoffs for reasons even he...
  • 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...