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Kings-Ducks Playoff Preview: The Season Series


The wins and losses tell one story; the possession numbers tell another.

Game 7 Recap: How About This Team?


The Los Angeles Kings become the fourth team in NHL history to come back from a 3-0 series deficit, winning Game 7 in San Jose to advance to the Western Conference Semifinals

Gameday Links: Setting the Stage at the Cage


"We're going into the cage. Cages are a good thing." -Darryl Sutter

Recap: Get Ready for Game 7


Williams and Kopitar score two apiece to put the Kings one win away from a historic comeback.

(GIF) Joe Thornton Knees Dustin Brown


We've got three angles for you... check em out.

Game 5 Recap: See You on Monday Night


The Kings put forth their most complete effort of the playoffs on Saturday, earning a road shutout and sending the series back to LA.

Jewels on the All the Kings Men Podcast!


Jesse Cohen from the All the Kings Men podcast was kind enough to have me on the show last night to talk about tonight's Game 5, Mike Richards, Corsi, and more. Pumpernicholl from The Royal Half also joined in, and the Half himself barged in right at the end. You can download the podcast on iTunes, or listen to it here. It's about time they got a dose of nerd. (We'll have our own preview later!)

Recap: "We Won't Go Away Quietly"


Justin Williams, Marian Gaborik, and the Kings' forwards lead a desperate Kings team to an emphatic Game 4 victory.

Recap: A Series of Unfortunate Events


Patrick Marleau scores the overtime winner off of Slava Voynov's stick, crushing the spirits of a Kings team which finally kept up with San Jose. The Sharks lead the series 3-0.

Colin Fraser Called Up, May Appear in Game 3


Linden Vey has been sent down, while Tyler Toffoli and Kyle Clifford will likely be scratched if Fraser plays tonight.

Game Two Recap: The Wheels Fall Off


Seven unanswered goals turn the Kings' bid to steal home ice into a laugher.

Game Two, Postgame: New Worst Game of the Year


What needs to change with Game 3 coming up?

Game One Recap: Kings Embarrassed, 6-3


It wasn't as close as the score indicates.

Kings Links: Trophy Time!


Quick (and team) earn the Jennings, while team awards are announced and the regular season wraps up.

Recap: Kopitar Carries Kings to 100 Points


The Ducks come out on top in the shootout, but another superb performance from Anze Kopitar gets the Kings a point and gives the fans something to enjoy on Fan Appreciation Night.

Recap: California Takes Down Canada One Last Time


Gaborik and Kopitar lead the way, while Martin Jones moves LA one step closer to their first Jennings Trophy.

It's On: Kings Will Face Sharks in Round One


For the third time in four years, LA will take on San Jose in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Recap: Whew, We're Done with the Flames


The Kings recover from a rough start to send it to a shootout, but Karri Ramo follows up 41 saves with three more in the shootout.

The Noon Number: 18


Dustin Brown is the king of drawing penalties, but when it comes to drawing penalties without also taking them, there's someone better.

Trevor Lewis Receives Two-Year Contract Extension


The Kings' most trusted role player will make $1.525 million per year.

The Noon Number: 59


Slava Voynov found the net on Saturday. It's been a while.

Kings @ Canucks Recap: What Did It All Mean?


A day removed from a rare loss to the Canucks, we look back and recognize some important things about a relativity unimportant game.

Recap: LA's Loss Guarantees Third Place


The reaction? A collective shrug and a "bring it on."

Doughty Sustains Upper-Body Injury vs. Sharks


He is not expected to return to tonight's game.

Recap: LA Dominates Phoenix 4-0


The Kings get the two points they needed to clinch a playoff berth. The Coyotes miss out on two points they needed more.

Kings Clinch a Playoff Spot


For the fifth straight season, the Kings make the Stanley Cup Playoffs. An all-California matchup awaits.

The Noon Number: 26


After some growing pains, Marian Gaborik and the first line are producing.

Recap: LA's Sloppiness Catches Up With Them


Minnesota scores twice in the third period to win 3-2, as the Kings look terribly sloppy and pay for it.


Jets @ Kings: Gamethread

A historic rivalry resumes in Los Angeles.

The Noon Number: 24


If you outshoot your opponent in two-thirds of your games, you're gonna have a good time.

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