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Liz Habib and Fox 11 in Los Angeles are back providing playoff highlights for Los Angeles Kings fans, and once again they are back doing a terrible job. According to Habib, Willie Mitchell scored with 10 minutes left in the third period of game four against the San Jose Sharks. Unfortunately for Habib, it was actually Mike Richards that scored. Mitchell hasn’t played in a game since game 6 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals and because his knee is so messed up, he might miss the start of the 2013-2014 season too. If you remember the name Liz Habib, it’s because she was the one behind the “Anze Kopidor” and “Brad Doty” highlight segment, that even consisted of the old NHL logo from before the lockout. Yeah, Fox 11 news is really brutal when it comes to hockey. [Puck Daddy Blog]
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LOS ANGELES -- Who said 13 is an unlucky number?
The Kings won for the 13th consecutive time at Staples Center, blanking the San Jose Sharks 3-0 behind 24 saves by goalie Jonathan Quick on Thursday night.
Los Angeles took a 3-2 series lead with the win and are now on the brink of advancing to the Western Conference finals for the second straight year.
Los Angeles got on the...
On Thursday night the Los Angeles Kings and goalie Jonathan Quick shutout the San Jose Sharks 3-0 to take a 3-2 lead in their Western Conference semifinals series. Anything can happen during the NHL playoffs, but any team with a hot goaltender can win the whole thing. The Kings looked like that team Thursday night.
Quick made several phenomenal saves to earn his league-leading third...
There's nothing fancy about the way Matt Greene plays hockey, and that's why the veteran defenseman fits perfectly with the Los Angeles Kings.
Greene's return to the Kings' lineup has coincided with a return to form by the defending Stanley Cup champions, who have a chance to close out the San Jose Sharks in Game 6 on Sunday night.
Los Angeles can't match the...
The Los Angeles Kings are the defending Stanley Cup champions. They had a strong playoff run with a 16-4 record en route to the Stanley Cup. This year they are trying to repeat but it is a tough road. They are currently up three games to two against the San Jose Sharks. They have a 7-4 record overall in the playoffs this year. In order to match last season, they have to...
The Big Leagues With the series tied 2-2, Kings left winger Dustin Penner talks about cold showers, the general suckiness of Long Island, and his blood-lust for anyone wearing teal.
Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings were simply better than the San Jose Sharks Thursday night. There’s no over analysis necessary, no need to look for reasons things didn’t go the Sharks’ way, the Kings outplayed them. It’s truly as simple as that.
Quick was perfect in the net for the Kings, saving all 24 shots that came his way as he blanked San Jose for the second...
Before Dean Lombardi got into a verbal war with Steve Tambellini in the press, even calling him a "liar" the Kings and Oilers made several deals in the past.
Lubo - Greene/Stoll (thank you)
O'Sullivan - Williams, via Carolina for Cole (oh, thank you, thank you, thank you)
Teubert, (Klefborn and Zharkov) for Penner (kind of thank you)
Smyth for Fraser (thanks...
from Lisa Dillman of the LA Times,
Kings defenseman Drew Doughty scoffed at the notion, put forth by Sharks forward TJ Galiardi, that goalie Jonathan Quick engages in “a little embellishment.”
Doughty stood up for his goalie Quick, a spirited defense, and then said the San Jose player is a noted diver. He took issue with the comments and said they went beyond the...
Jonathan Quick made 24 saves in his seventh career playoff shutout, and the Los Angeles Kings moved to the brink of their second straight trip to the Western Conference finals with a 3-0 victory over the San Jose Sharks in Game 5 on Thursday night.
Anze Kopitar and Slava Voynov scored, and Jeff Carter added an empty-net goal as the defending Stanley Cup champions won their 13th...
Tom Cruise (and those epic pecs of his) was spotted at the Los Angeles Kings Game 5 playoff showdown against upstate rival San Jose.
One more to go.
The Kings came out pounding their collective chests like an angry gorilla. 51 hits, most of them in the first period. Matt Greene must be excited about the new Superman movie because he sent just about every Shark he could find flying.
The Sharks actually weathered the first period storm while Joe Thornton continued to win every faceoff imaginable, but the Kings...
If you look at the recent method of construction of the last two Stanley Cup champions, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli and Kings GM Dean Lombardi did not build their clubs solely by accumulating and choosing lottery picks, making trades for impact players or investing mega-millions in free agency, but used all three avenues to put together a winning combination.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jonathan Quick made 24 saves in his seventh career playoff shutout, and the Los Angeles Kings moved to the brink of their second straight trip to the Western Conference finals with a 3-0 victory over the San Jose Sharks in Game 5 on Thursday night. Anze Kopitar and Slava Voynov scored, and Jeff Carter added an empty-net goal as the defending Stanley Cup champions...
Ryan Leong filling in for Cam Gore. Cam will blog for Game 6
The Sharks did their best defensively but it was like putting up sand bags to stop an oncoming flood. In short, the Kings were relentless keeping their foot on the gas pedal all night and the Sharks eventually got run over.
Goals by Anze Kopitar and Slava Voynov and an empty netter from Jeff Carter lifted the Kings...
Darryl Sutter had made it no secret that he wanted more from his top players, so tonight he made some changes to his forward lines. Kyle Clifford took Dustin Brown’s spot as left wing on the first line alongside Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams, Brown moved down to Tyler Toffoli’s spot as right wing on [...]