Tag "Los Angeles Kings"

Los Angeles Kings Season Preview

The Los Angeles Kings keep on trucking with their rebuild. 2020-21 was headlined by a Jeff Carter trade to the Pittsburgh Penguins, along with a bottom eight finish in the standings. Safe to say the Kings have been in a rut these last number of years.

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Los Angeles Kings 2021 NHL Draft Recap

In the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, the Los Angeles Kings entered the draft with seven picks but ended up making four selections. General manager Rob Blake was busy on the phones, making three draft day trades, which moved his team up in the second round as well as gained them another second-round pick.

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Los Angeles Kings Prospect Report (Part 3 of 3)

Over the past few weeks, we’ve examined the likes of a wide variety of prospects “in the system” for the Los Angeles Kings. Elite-caliber names such as Gabe Vilardi, Quinton Byfield, Tobias Bjornfot, Arthur Kaliyev, and Brandt Clarke are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to L.A.’s deep and talented prospect pool. 

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Los Angeles Kings Prospect Report (Part 2 of 3)

As the Los Angeles Kings continue to progress through their rebuild, one major position of strength is their deep and talented prospect pool. Last week, we examined the likes of Tyler Madden, Mikey Anderson, Quinton Byfield, and Brandt Clarke. This week, four new high-end youngsters take center stage.

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Los Angeles Kings Prospect Report (Part 1 of 3)

There’s been a changing of the guard in Los Angeles since the hockey club won two Stanley Cups in three seasons from 2012 to 2014. Although star players like Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar, and Jonathan Quick still remain, the Los Angeles Kings have undergone a massive transformation both on- and off-the-ice with hopes of (once again) building a winner.

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Los Angeles Kings Season Recap

It was another rough year in Tinseltown as the Los Angeles Kings continue their climb back up the hill during a tricky rebuild. Finishing sixth in the West Division, the Kings struggled mightily on the offensive end all throughout the year.

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Sports Impeded After Los Angeles’ Stay-at-Home Order Extended

Los Angeles County extended their stay-at-home order for another three months, throwing an immense wrench into the return of sports.

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