Revisiting the 2012 Stanley Cup Final – Kings vs Devils
At the end of the 2011-12 season, the Los Angeles Kings and the New Jersey Devils were not the top picks to go to the Stanley Cup Final. The Devils finished with the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference with a record of 48-28-6, totaling 102 points. The Kings finished with the last seed in […]
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2019-20 Kings Trade Reviews: Building for the Future
One of the most important things when it comes to a rebuilding team, such as the Los Angeles Kings, is being able to let go of older players who won’t be of much value when the team is competitive again. The Kings’ management certainly did that this season, all at the deadline, and they began […]
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Anze Kopitar’s Career Milestones So Far
From winning the Stanley Cup twice in three seasons to being one of the worst teams in the NHL, the Los Angeles Kings haven’t seen a lot of consistency over the last few seasons. One exception to this is Anze Kopitar. Kopitar was drafted 11th overall, the number he would go on to use throughout […]
Top 5 Kings Games of the 2019-20 Season
No matter how bad of a season a team had, there are always some games that are ones to remember, even if the season shouldn’t be. The 28th-place Los Angeles Kings are no exception. Although they are rebuilding and not in search of a championship quite yet, there were five games that stood out, making […]
Blake Lizotte Is a Small Player Making a Big Impact for the Kings
Blake Lizotte grew up in Lindstrom, Minnesota, playing high school hockey as a teenager. His father passed away when Lizotte was just 14 years old, providing an obstacle besides size as he attempted to further his hockey career. He moved on to play juniors with the Fargo Force of the USHL in Fargo, North Dakota, […]
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Kings Need to Target Offense in Free Agency
As a team slowly coming out of their rebuild, this offseason for the Los Angeles Kings will be a crucial one. It can either fast track their rebuild, or, if management is unassertive, the time it will take to get back to the playoffs can be extended. A big part of having a good offseason […]
2019-20 Kings Season Wrap-Up: A Lot to Look Forward To
After the second season in a row where the Los Angeles Kings did not make the playoffs, many fans are wondering where the team is in their rebuild and when we can expect to see them back in the playoffs. This season, LA finished seventh in the Pacific Division with a record of 29-35-6, totaling […]
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