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Los Angeles Kings 2017-18 Season Preview

This is my preview for the LA Kings. I don’t really have anything important to say in the introduction, so I’m just going to keep typing words until it looks like there are enough. 588 more words

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Sharks Lose 4-1 to Kings drop two straight; No need to panic--Pavelski

San Jose Sharks’ Mikkel Boedker, left, celebrates after scoring against the Los Angeles Kings during the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, in San Jose , Calif. 717 more words

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LA Kings Alex Iafallo: Not Your Typical NHL Debut Story

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EL SEGUNDO AND LOS ANGELES, CA — For any hockey writer covering a young player making his National Hockey League debut, chances are astronomical that he or she is secretly hoping that the player in question will, at least, record an assist, if not score a goal, that his team will win, and that his family, especially his parents, were able to be there to witness it all, first-hand. 1,423 more words

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Kopitar. Stevens Talk Offense, Defense Ahead of LA Kings 2017-18 Season Opener

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EL SEGUNDO, CA — The fact that the Los Angeles Kings averaged 2.85 goals per game in seven pre-season games does not mean very much, given different lineups and the fact that those games don’t count in the standings. 1,608 more words

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2017-18 Bench Life NHL Previews: 21. Los Angeles Kings

Part 11 of 31 in our NHL previews where Ballantyne, Waind and I rank each NHL team 1 through 31 and give you an outlook on their season.

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Best Centers: 6-10

6 – Ryan Getzlaf

Getzlaf has quietly put together a Hall of Fame resume since coming into the league in 2005. He’s recorded at least 57 points in every 82-game season going back to his second NHL season of 2006-07 (in which he helped the Ducks win their only Stanley Cup). 508 more words