Category Archives: Los Angeles Kings
Here are my Round 1 predictions! Feel free to leave your predictions in the comments.
The Los Angeles Kings are 6-4-0 through the first ten games of the season. They have, for the most part, found a sense of self. Defense could be better, but so can the offense, to be honest. The lines have been pretty steady, but some shaky play has had head coach Darryl Sutter to mix it up a bit. (more…)
The Los Angeles Kings come out in victorious fashion as they end a horrible four-game road trip through the southwest. Hockey in the southwest…insert jokes here. And before you go on about LA having a hockey team, remember this! The Kings were a part of the 1967 expansion double the league from the Original Six. With that being said, LA comes out of the south with a 3-1-0 record. (more…)
The first three games of the Los Angeles Kings are in the books and seeing that they are 1-2-0, things may be shook up sooner than later. Aside from some shuffling of the lines, we have seen this basic depth chart (now with goal totals!): (more…)
The Los Angeles Kings go .500 on their first road trip of the season as they lose 5-3 against the Winnipeg Jets. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick was pulled in the third after he allowed four goals. With a too-little-too-late effort to come back in the third period, LA can revel in the fact that they can now come home to start the season in LA. (more…)
A year after Los Angeles won their first Stanley Cup, the Kings were one series away from returning for a chance to repeat. The Chicago Blackhawks had other ideas as they ousted LA in five games in the Western Conference Finals. Unlike the 1993 Kings that went to the Stanley Cup Finals (and lost to Montreal), this team is not going wait nearly 20 years for another chance. This team is poised and ready to fight their way back to the top, all the while chanting, “WE WANT THE CUP…AGAIN!” (more…)
The Los Angeles Kings opened up the season having to earn a game that was rightfully theirs, beating the Minnesota Wild 3-2 in a shoot out. In a game that was dominated by the Wild in face-offs and shots-on-goal, the Kings were the ones that were able to prove they had offensive advantage. (more…)