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Poll: How long will the Kings remain Stanley Cup contenders?

All of a sudden the Los Angeles Kings’ roster doesn’t look so young anymore.

Jeff Carter is 30.

Ditto for Dustin Brown.

Jonathan Quick will be 30 in January. 84 more words

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Kings' biggest question: What about Voynov?

For the Los Angeles Kings, the optics would be doubly terrible if Slava Voynov were ever to play for them again.

Not only would they be allowing a player who spent time in jail for domestic violence to wear their sweater, they’d be allowing it to happen after  317 more words

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Thirty In Thirty: Los Angeles Kings

Season In Review

It was an odd year for the Los Angeles Kings, having missed the playoffs after an impressive playoff run in 2014 to bring the Stanley Cup back to Hollywood. 743 more words


Subban working out with former Olympian Ben Johnson

In an effort to improve his speed and agility, Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban has enlisted the help of former Olympian Ben Johnson.

“We started working together three times a week, but we’ve gone down to two a week,” Johnson told… 146 more words

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Los Angeles Kings Could Miss The Playoffs Again

With the Los Angeles Kings celebrating after Alec Martinez game five double overtime winning goal I think a lot of people took a second and remembered what they had just seen that playoff season from LA. 1,188 more words


WATCH LIVE: NHL Awards from Las Vegas

How many pieces of hardware will Habs goaltender Carey Price go home with?

Will it be P.K. Subban or Erik Karlsson taking home the Norris Trophy for a second time or will Drew Doughty win the award as the league’s top blue liner for the first time? 38 more words

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Sweet home Chicago: Blackhawks are your 2015 Stanley Cup champions

CHICAGO — They’ve done it again.

But this time, they did it at home.

For the third time in the last six years — and for the first time in Chicago since 1938 — the Blackhawks ascended to the top of the NHL, beating Tampa Bay 2-0 on Monday night in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, winning the series four games to two. 510 more words

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