2:59 AM EST, Mon February 18, 2019
Los Angeles Times 6 hours ago

A finance manager served as the Kings' emergency backup goaltender against Bruins

He packed his gear and headed to Staples Center, just like he does for every Kings home game. Then Steve Jakiel’s phone rang, and his adrenaline jumped up a notch or nine. The call was from Jeff Solomon, the Kings vice president of hockey operations. “He told me just to make sure that I was ready,...
OC Register 6 hours ago
Kings rookie Austin Wagner longs for winning days

Kings rookie Austin Wagner longs for winning days

The talented 21-year-old forward has seen his team endure a tough season, and he wants to see it get back to playing the way it was when it won Stanley Cup titles in 2012 and 2014.
Los Angeles Times 12 hours ago

Takeaways from Kings' 4-2 loss to Boston Bruins

The good news for the Kings is that they won’t have to play the Boston Bruins the rest of the season. Twice in one week was enough against a team that has the look of a contender. It was also enough with arguably their shallowest defensive lineup to date because of injuries to Alec Martinez and...
The Hockey Writers 20 hours ago

Bruins Beat Kings for 5th Straight Win

LOS ANGELES — Charlie McAvoy scored with 1:13 remaining, and the Boston Bruins beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 on Saturday night for their fifth consecutive victory. Jake DeBrusk scored for the third consecutive game and Tuukka Rask made 23 saves for th... The post Bruins Beat Kings for 5th Straight Win appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
OC Register Feb 17, 2019
Kings can’t hang with Bruins at home

Kings can’t hang with Bruins at home

The Bruins scored two late goals to break a 2-2 tie.