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Video: Kings' Brown teases Obama about Blackhawks in congratulatory phone call

You know a hockey player is fairly seasoned in the art of the “presidential Stanley Cup congratulatory phone call” when he has the wherewithal to tease the Leader of the Free World. 111 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Kings' Mitchell says he's playing Friday 'for sure'

In most cases, preseason NHL contests are only a big deal for the guys who’ve never sniffed the big time. Los Angeles Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell has 719 regular season games under his belt, but if he can indeed play in Friday’s exhibition against Colorado… 222 more words

Los Angeles Kings

Kings plan to visit White House on March 26 or 27

The lockout moved their visit back a few months, but the Los Angeles Kings will still get to present the Stanley Cup to President Barack Obama in celebration of their 2011-12 triumph. 61 more words

Boston Bruins

Take a look at Kings' Stanley Cup banner, rings

The Los Angeles Kings finally had the chance to fully celebrate the first Stanley Cup victory in franchise history on Saturday.

The ceremony included a touching moment as the Greene family was on hand alongside franchise legends Rogie Vachon and Marcel Dionne to help unveil the team’s 2011-12 championship banner. 97 more words

Los Angeles Kings

Bling Kings: Stanley Cup rings to be unveiled on opening night

The Los Angeles Kings aren’t just rolling out their first-ever Stanley Cup banner during opening night on Saturday. Each player will also receive their championship rings from Tiffany & Co. 161 more words

Los Angeles Kings

Kings honor memory of Bavis, Bailey with Stanley Cup visit

The Los Angeles Kings honored the memory of scouts Ace Bailey and Mark Bavis by bringing the Stanley Cup to the Sept. 11 memorial museum in New York City on Sunday. 96 more words

Los Angeles Kings

Columnist studies Kings' Stanley Cup engravings

Columnist Rich Hammond did a little compare/contrast bit on how the Los Angeles Kings’ engravings compare to those of the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks. 299 more words

Los Angeles Kings