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  • Kings seem to have no interest in adding Jagr
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    Kings seem to have no interest in adding Jagr

    The Los Angeles Kings are in need of offense, and Jaromir Jagr, the No. 2 scorer in NHL history, is still in need of a new team for the 2017-18 season. Despite that potential match the Kings have no interest in adding the 45-year-old future Hall of Famer to their roster for this upcoming season. General

  • Colorado Avalanche: Is Chris Bigras Ready for the NHL?
    The Hockey Writers

    Colorado Avalanche: Is Chris Bigras Ready for the NHL?

    The Colorado Avalanche are surprisingly in a bind. Once Nikita Zadorov re-signs with the Avalanche, which seems likely, the team will only have four NHL defenders under contract. Competition for those last two spots will be fierce. Colorado doesn't have the strongest defensive squad in the league

  • WATCH: Kings' Jeff Carter learns how to celebrate, use hockey sticks as harpoons
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    WATCH: Kings' Jeff Carter learns how to celebrate, use hockey sticks as harpoons

    Jeff Carter has a new talent to bring to the ice in 2017-18, and it has nothing to do with how he plays hockey for the Los Angeles Kings. The 32-year-old center, two-time Stanley Cup winner and Kings captain teamed up with Canadian comedy duo On the Bench this week, and the reason was to turn hockey

  • Jeff Carter needs to use this punt celebration in a real NHL game
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    Jeff Carter needs to use this punt celebration in a real NHL game

    Every good NHL player needs a goal celebration to match. Scoring goals is fun, you see, and presumably it's even more fun if you do so in front of 20,000 roaring fans wearing sweaters with your name on the back. Luckily for Jeff Carter of the Los Angeles Kings, Canadian comedy duo On The Bench is

  • 2016-17 in Review: Can Derek Forbort Avoid the Sophomore Slump?
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    2016-17 in Review: Can Derek Forbort Avoid the Sophomore Slump?

    For the next month or two, we'll be taking a look at the players who made the Los Angeles Kings' 2016-17 season what it was: a crushing disappointment that got people fired an up-and-down journey which managed to be both unusual and familiar. Rather than the good-bad-future-grade format we'

  • August 9, 1988: Wayne Gretzky traded to Los Angeles
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    August 9, 1988: Wayne Gretzky traded to Los Angeles

    Recalling one of the biggest trades in the history of pro sports, 29 years after Wayne Gretzky was traded to the Los Angeles Kings.

  • Canucks-Kings exhibition series in China highlights NHL preseason schedule
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    Canucks-Kings exhibition series in China highlights NHL preseason schedule

    Lots of travel to non-NHL communities, too.

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    Very bad top 10 goalie rankings leaves off both Tuukka Rask and Cory Schneider

    Say what you want about Tuukka Rask, but -- wait, actually oh my god, dont say what you want about Tuukka Rask because you probably want to say something stupid about Tuukka Rask. Did I say best career save percentage among active goaltenders?

  • Options remain to boost LA Kings offense
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    Options remain to boost LA Kings offense

    During his introductory press conference as new Los Angeles Kings' GM, Rob Blake curiously emphasized a shift in philosophy — rather than personnel — when asked about how he would address the team's lack of scoring. True to his word, the Kings appear set to enter training camp with roughly the

  • What if … the Martin Gelinas goal counted for Calgary? (NHL Alternate History)
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    What if … the Martin Gelinas goal counted for Calgary? (NHL Alternate History)

    Note: It’s the NHL Alternate History project! We’ve asked fans and bloggers from 31 teams to pick one turning point in their franchise’s history and ask ‘what if things had gone differently?’ Trades, hirings, firings, wins, losses, injuries … all of it. Every National Hockey League organization is haunted

  • NHL: Salt Lake City native Trevor Lewis scores go-ahead goal as Los Angeles beats Colorado, 2-1
    The Salt Lake Tribune

    NHL: Salt Lake City native Trevor Lewis scores go-ahead goal as Los Angeles beats Colorado, 2-1

    Denver • Salt Lake City native Trevor Lewis scored the go-ahead goal with a slick move in the second period, Peter Budaj stopped 24 shots and Los Angeles beat the Colorado Avalanche 2-1 on Tuesday night as Darryl Sutter moved into a tie for most wins as coach of the Kings.

  • Player evaluation: Gaborik
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    Player evaluation: Gaborik

    The good: The Kings were literally given a bad break at the World Cup of Hockey when Marian Gaborik blocked a Mats Zuccarello shot in an interior area of the foot not associated with quick healing and missed the next two months of action after accounting for two goals, a plus-two rating, and 13 shots

  • Mailbag: Auston Matthews, Superstar Ninja Turtle
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    Mailbag: Auston Matthews, Superstar Ninja Turtle

    What is your favourite dessert?—SuperMaurice I'm not a huge dessert guy. My main addiction is salt, which is good because salt is good for your heart. That said, shadow cake never did anyone wrong. Rank these forwards from least likely to most likely play in another NHL jersey: Steven Stamkos —Goldenhawk99

  • Player evaluation: Doughty
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    Player evaluation: Doughty

    Sadly, the most recent Kings season was basically The Matrix Revolutions, a disappointing follow-up to a disappointing follow-up, and it ended forgettably even though Doughty, like Neo, did some really cool things. Armed with an ultra-diverse skill set and most comfortable in the high-stakes, emotional

  • Dmitri Samorukov Fully Focused on NHL, Oilers
    The Hockey Writers

    Dmitri Samorukov Fully Focused on NHL, Oilers

    A third-round pick for the Edmonton Oilers, Dmitri Samorukov had a good rookie season in the OHL with the Guelph Storm, and he completed his on-ice season skating for Team Russia at the U18 WJC in Slovakia. The Hockey Writers reached Samorukov and spoke with him in his native Russian while he was getting