Los Angeles Kings forward Anze Kopitar recently got to enjoy his full day with the Stanley Cup, which he brought back to his home country of Slovenia. Before a day full of parades and photo ops, Kopitar enjoyed a nice breakfast out of the Cup’s bowl while his dog did the same with a mini
TSN’s NHL panel of James Duthie, Darren Dreger, Aaron Ward, and Bob McKenzie teamed up with some of the Los Angeles Kings to produce this masterpiece of a video inspired by the film “The Hangover.” I have no idea what prompted this video, but I do know that it’s one of the better short films
According to L.A. Kings GM Dean Lombardi, the team has agreed to terms with Conn Smythe-winning goaltender Jonathan Quick for a 10-year contract extension. This is amazing news for the Kings, who have already set their sights on a repeat. It is apparent that Lombardi’s plan is to keep the team pretty much the same.
With the Stanley Cup Final already two games underway, the end of hockey season is just around the corner. The Conn Smythe trophy is still up for grabs, and the list of candidates continues to grow. There are about 7 players at the moment that look to have a leg up on the rest of
For some crazy and inexplicable reason, I’ve seemed to notice a resurgence of interest in the LA Kings lately. Since I’ve proudly proclaimed myself to be a Kings fan for the last 15 years, many people have been coming to me with a barrage of questions about how this has happened. Right now, the cool
Last night, the Los Angeles Kings and their superhuman goaltender, Jonathan Quick, earned their sixth consecutive win by shutting out the number one team in the league, the St. Louis Blues. The game was scoreless until the shootout, as you would expect in a battle between the league’s top two defensive teams. Newly acquired forward,