A Taylor Swift banner that hangs in the Los Angeles Kings’ home rink has been a source of aggravation for the team for quite some time.
Will Ferrell will bring out his classic Ron Burgundy character for one more real-world comedic bit when the “Anchorman” star makes an in-character appearance in the broadcast booth for Thursday’s matc
Marian Gaborik labeled girlfriend Ivana Surovcova a “warrior” after taking a puck to the face during the Los Angeles Kings’ 5-0 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night at
The Los Angeles Kings may have gotten the last laugh Monday night by beating the San Jose Sharks by a score of 2-1 to get themselves back into the series, albeit at a 2-1 deficit, but one wisenheimin
Available on NHL Shop just in time for the holidays is a line of Ugly Christmas Sweaters paying tribute to the garish article of festive clothing.
Jarret Stoll had his time with the Stanley Cup recently, and as hockey players are wont do, the Los Angeles Kings star not only brought it home to show it off, he utilized the most coveted trophy in
Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown may be a New York native — he hails from Ithaca — but that does not mean that New York Rangers fans have forgiven him, nor will they forget, how he
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For all the skill, knowledge he has demonstrated as head coach of the Los Angeles Kings and unquestioned success he has brought to the team during his tenure, his press conferences reveal either an u
Renowned sports superfan Larry David was among the thousands of rabid Los Angeles Kings fans packed in like sardines at Staples Center for the team’s Game 1 showdown with the New York Rangers i
With the Stanley Cup Finals set to drop the puck on Wednesday night when the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings go toe-to-toe for the opportunity and glory of hoisting the most coveted trophy in
To say that Anaheim Ducks winger Corey Perry’s troll game has been strong thus far in his team’s Western Conference Semifinals series against the Los Angeles Kings would be a major unders
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With three games on the slate for Wednesday night and four more set for Thursday, leaving only the Detroit Red Wings-Boston Bruins series for a Friday start, the Stanley Cup Playoff
Philadelphia Flyers center Vincent Lecavalier was on the receiving end of some unbelievably bad luck the second period of Monday’s game against the Los Angeles Kings.
Ooh oh my! This photo, albeit a bit dated, simply is one of the best “civilian” photobombs in the history of photobombs.