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The Hockey Writers May 20, 2018

A Royal Celebration: All-Time LA Kings by Country

The Royal wedding took place on Saturday morning in jolly old England. The celebration was filled with the pageantry and splendor that one would expect. As an ode to this momentous occasion, I reckon that we crown the best all-time blokes…err…Los Angeles Kings from each country, shall we? Brilliant. Well, let us carry on, then. […] The post A Royal Celebration: All-Time LA Kings by Country appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
The Mercury News May 8, 2018
Unable to beat Las Vegas, the Sharks and Kings declare a Twitter war on each other

Unable to beat Las Vegas, the Sharks and Kings declare a Twitter war on each other

The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings engaged in good-natured banter on Twitter, with the Kings having the last word by virtue of their two Stanley Cup titles.
The Hockey Writers May 3, 2018

Kings’ Astute Free Agent Signings

Rob Blake has been keeping busy this spring. The Los Angeles Kings’ general manager has been sizing up his current roster to decipher who needs to stay and who needs a change of scenery; he’s preparing for the NHL Draft in late June, as well as earmarking potential unrestricted free agency targets post-July 1. However, […] The post Kings’ Astute Free Agent Signings appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Los Angeles Times May 1, 2018

Former Kings star Jarret Stoll helping Humboldt heal after deadly bus crash that killed youth players

The gravity of the situation dissipated in a matter of moments. Joy overwhelmed grief in a space the size of a penalty box. Jarret Stoll only knew the Humboldt Broncos players from what he had heard and seen from afar until he visited surviving members of the fatal April 6 bus crash last weekend....
The Hockey Writers May 1, 2018

LA Kings: Cup Contenders or Pretenders?

For the second time in three years, the Los Angeles Kings were unceremoniously bounced from the playoffs in the first round, this time at the hands of the expansion Vegas Golden Knights. Having won Stanley Cups in 2012 and 2014, the Kings have struggled to maintain that level of success as the league has shifted to […] The post LA Kings: Cup Contenders or Pretenders? appeared first on The Hockey Writers.