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There are often four or five identifiable games that help shape the narrative of a hockey season. Tuesday night's game seemed to be one of those for the Kings, at least upon further review, after they had some time to mull their impressive come-from-behind 3-2 overtime victory against the Columbus...
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Anze Kopitar scored on a pass from Jeff Carter 2:02 into overtime, and the Los Angeles Kings rallied for a 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night. Drew Doughty scored the tying power-play goal early in the third period for the first-place Kings, who ...
LOS ANGELES — Drew Doughty and Anze Kopitar finally ran out of patience with the Los Angeles Kings' struggles to get a puck past Vancouver's backup goalie.Kopitar scored on a pass from Jeff Carter 2:02 into overtime, and the Kings rallied for a 2-1 victory over the Canucks on Tuesday night.
If his scoring chances had dried up, Kings center Anze Kopitar might worry about his paltry production. So far the chances have been there, and so is his optimism. "If the opportunities are coming, I still feel confident about myself that I'm still the same guy and I'm still going to put up numbers,"...
One defenseman hobbled through the dressing room with an ice pack on his foot. Another followed him shortly thereafter, displeased about having to ice his sore foot. The Kings' room had the look seen after a hard-fought playoff game. In this case, it was a regular-season game, and ended up a 2-1...
Confronted by a one-goal deficit heading into the third period, Kings Coach Darryl Sutter opted for the more-more solution. More Anze Kopitar. More Jeff Carter. Sutter leaned on his top two centers, doled out minimal time to his two centers in the bottom six and it nearly worked as the Kings pressed...
They never could quite embrace overtime and the shootout last season. It was more like a cold, hard shoulder for the Kings and they missed the playoffs because of it. Now they've confronted it, head on, and they've twice won this season in overtime and Tuesday the Kings beat the Philadelphia Flyers...
This season isn't even 7 weeks old, yet Kings center Anze Kopitar has been like a hockey piñata, taking his hits and somehow managing to not miss any games. Except when he wasn't practicing Friday, it raised some concern. That, however, doesn't appear to be a dire situation. Kings Assistant General...
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CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Ok, who predicted this: The Calgary Flames are going to the playoffs while the Los Angeles Kings are heading home? Yeah, sure. Jiri Hudler scored twice and added an assist Thursday night as the Flames clinched their first playoff spot in six years with a 3-1 ...
With a playoff spot weighing heavy on the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings, the scales of justice tipped Tuesday in favour of the Edmonton Oilers after they were crushed last week in Southern California. The Oilers got Tyler Pitlick’s first goal in 2015, two from fellow third-line winger Matt Fraser (who hadn’t scored in 58 days), and goalie Richard Bachman picked up the win in h
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On a night when Henrik Sedin made his 700th career assist a work of art by putting a behind-the-back blind pass right onto the stick of his brother and yet another Swede Eddie Lack was outstanding in goal with his mother looking on, you still found yourself learning something about Bo Horvat.
NEW YORK — Four days in New York in the spring can be a delightful time. Shopping, sightseeing, a night in the theater district to take in a Broadway show. According to Yelp, there are a few decent restaurants in the area as well. The Los Angeles Kings, however, used four days here to show why they will be the team to beat in the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. If they get in the playoffs. That's
The Los Angeles Kings are one point behind the Calgary Flames for the third spot in the Pacific, but have been plagued by inconsistency all season.L.A. won six straight contests after losing the first two games of the season. Then the Kings sputtered in January, losing eight of 11. An eight-game win streak in February brought them back into the playoff hunt until a three-game skid once agai
With a dozen games remaining in their regular season, the Los Angeles Kings sit on the Western Conference’s playoff bubble and need to string together wins soon. Unfortunately, the only consistent trait this team has displayed in 2014-15 is inconsistency. The club’s top forward, Anze Kopitar, has carried the flag in this respect, continually alternating between quiet, messy and stellar
Daily Picks: Kings, Ducks in big Pacific battle
The Coyotes were limited to one goal for the third straight game Saturday when they were edged 4-1 by the Devils.
The Los Angeles Kings feel like they are in danger of missing the playoffs and that’s not a good thing for the Canucks — their opponent on Thursday at Rogers Arena. The temptation is to not pay much attention when a team that is very good — at least on paper — is right there with the Flames for that final playoff spot in the Western Conference and just three points back of
The Los Angeles Kings sit one point outside of the playoffs as the year 2015 begins. L.A. has had an up-and-down season to this point, with some star players underperforming and others dealing with nagging injuries. There is no panic and the team can clearly compete with the best in the NHL. This, of course, isn't a new position for the Kings as they won the Stanley Cup with an eighth-place
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LOS ANGELES — Ryan van Asten doesn’t have to be daydreaming to imagine what it would be like to bring the Stanley Cup to Southern Alberta.