5:36 PM EST, Sat January 31, 2015
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LA Kings Insider 32 mins ago
Los Angeles Kings (21-15-12) at Boston Bruins (26-26-7) Saturday, January 31, 2015, 4:00 p.m. PT TD Garden, Boston, MA Referees: #11 Kelly Sutherland, #35 Marc Joannette Linesmen: #90 Andy McElman, #93 Brian Murphy Fox Sports West, NHL Network, KABC 790 AM Los Angeles Projected Starting Goaltender – Jonathan Quick 2014-15: 40 GP (39 GS) / 17-12-10 record / 2.48 GAA / .911 Sv% / 3 SHO Career vs Boston: 10 (10) / 7-3-0 / 2.04 / .925 / 2 Last Game vs Boston: 12/2/14 / 60 MP / 31-31 / 2-0 W 2014-15, Away: 15 (15) / 3-7-5 / 2.89 […]
Los Angeles Times 2 hours ago
Boston Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller grew up in Santa Clarita and hung around the Kings’ old Iceoplex practice facility in North Hills, where he met Rob Blake, Luc Robitaille and other players. That he would someday become an NHL player, too, was almost unimaginable to him back then.
LA Kings Insider 4 hours ago
Bruins defenseman and Santa Clarita native Kevan Miller grew up as a Kings and Sharks fan before he enrolled at the Berkshire School in Massachusetts, and, ultimately, the University of Vermont. The Catamounts’ captain in 2009-10 and 2010-11, Miller has two goals...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI 5 hours ago
It appears the Bruins will stick with their top three lines from Thursdays game when they host the Kings Saturday night, but another lineup change could be in the works. Jordan Caron skated on the right wing of Gregory Campbell and Daniel Paille in the fourth line’s...
Los Angeles Times 3 hours ago
Center Mike Richards, who was assigned to Manchester (N.H.) of the American Hockey League by the Kings last week after he cleared NHL waivers, made his debut with the Monarchs on Friday night and fared well according to Mike O’Connell, a senior advisor and development coach of the Kings.
Los Angeles Times 16 hours ago
Patrick Kane had two goals and an assist, and Patrick Sharp assisted on every Chicago goal in the Blackhawks' 4-1 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Friday night at Honda Center.
Los Angeles Times 18 hours ago
Now that Kings Coach Darryl Sutter has gotten to know the man, spending some quality time with President Obama — well, at least a few minutes in 2013 — is he planning on talking about a certain pipeline project?
Los Angeles Times Jan 30, 2015
Can't find your way to San Jose? OK, then … Santa Clara.
Los Angeles Times Jan 30, 2015
Certainly there are some financial savings at play, but executives of the Kings and Ducks said the greatest benefit of the American Hockey League's new Pacific Division announced Thursday is convenience.
Jonathan Quick, on last night’s win: I thought we played a good game. We found ourselves down one late in the game and we were able to find a way to get a couple. Quick, on Robyn Regehr’s performance against Chicago: He played his game, that’s the way he plays. He’s a big, strong, physical guy. He keeps it simple in his own end. [He] tries not to make many misstates, which he doesn’t. You see he steps up, makes a physical play to turn the puck over. We end up getting a scoring chance out of it. Quick, on […]
CHICAGO TRIBUNE Chris Kuc: Frustration follows Blackhawks’ 4-3 loss to Kings “Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp each had a goal and an assist and Andrew Shaw also scored for the Hawks but Crawford couldn’t hold three leads and suffered the loss. ” CHICAGO SUN-TIMES Mark Lazerus: Kings rally past Blackhawks with two late goals in third period “Toffoli got the puck in the high slot and fired a shot past Crawford, who was bumped by Jeff Carter (who had the Kings’ first two goals) in the process.” CSNCHICAGO.COM Tracey Myers: Blackhawks drop their lead three times in loss to Kings […]
Forget the details that last night’s game was a tense game, an exciting game, a back-and-forth game. It was a game the Los Angeles Kings really, really needed to win – and they did, erasing three one-goal deficits and rallying from a third period hole to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks, 4-3. We’re not yet in the part of the season where games are “must-win” games – last night’s game was number 48 in an 82-part series, to borrow a bit used by Seth Rorabaugh – but after a one win-in-eight-game stretch that left the club limping into the All-Star break […]
Highlights from Wednesday’s 4-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks: Postgame Interview: Daryl Evans and Dwight King: January 28 Insider Report:
Here are some thoughts on the Chicago Blackhawks following their 4-3 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday: 1. Two consecutive wins heading into the All-Star break were certainly a positive for the Blackhawks, but it didn’t mean they were completely back on track. Something is still off defensively with this team. Wednesday’s game marked the eighth time in the last 14 games where they allowed three or more goals. That happened just 11 times in the first 34 games.
Los Angeles Times Jan 29, 2015
The Kings 4-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday had a playoff-type feel and maybe that’s what the Kings needed in their last game at home before a long road trip.
Los Angeles Times Jan 29, 2015
Jeff Carter stepped up and openly acknowledged the obvious after the All-Star break ended. Quite simply, he said that the struggling Kings were “running out of games.”
Northwest Herald Jan 29, 2015
LOS ANGELES – Jake Muzzin scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:37 to play, Jeff Carter had two goals and an assist, and the Los Angeles Kings roared back in the final minutes to snap their four-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night.
Chicago Blackhawks Blog | ESPN Chicago Jan 28, 2015
LOS ANGELES -- The Chicago Blackhawks gave up two goals in the final seven minutes and lost to the Los Angeles Kings 4-3 on Wednesday night at Staples Center in the first game coming out of the All-Star break. How it happened: The Kings won a faceoff in the Chicago zone and the puck made it to defenseman Jake Muzzin, who rang his slap shot off the left post and behind goalie Corey Crawford with 3:37 left in the game. Tyler Toffoli had scored about 2 1/2 minutes earlier for the Kings to tie the score.
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