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The defending Stanley Cup Playoff champs just got some good news. Former Fighting Sioux defenseman Matt Greene is set to rejoin the L.A. Kings just in time for the Stanley Cup Playoff push. The Kings are currently sitting in fourth place in the Western Conference and are second in the Pacific Division.
NHL.COM --- The Los Angeles Kings have activated defenseman Matt Greene from the injured reserve list.
Greene, 29, missed the last 42 games after suffering a mid-body injury in the season opener Jan. 19 against the Chicago Blackhawks.
The 6-3, 232 pound native of Grand Ledge, Mich., played in all 82 regular season games and 20 postseason contests last season as the Kings won the franchise's first Stanley Cup.
BEST OF MAXIM
Barring any unusual developments, Kings defenseman Matt Greene is expected to return to the lineup tonight against Columbus.
Greene, who had back surgery in January to repair a herniated disc, has been out of action since the season opener against Chicago on Jan. 19.
Asked if he was good to go, Greene nodded and said yes after Thursdays morning skate in El Segundo.
Its going to...
The Los Angeles Kings still find themselves locked in a battle for the fourth seed in the Western Conference and the right to home ice advantage in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Entering Friday nights games, Los Angeles is tied with San Jose, and both teams hold a slim three-point lead over the St. Louis Blues who have a game in hand. That lead could shrink to...
Defenseman Matt Greene has been activated by the Los Angeles Kings after getting injured in the defending Stanley Cup champions' season opener.
The Kings moved Greene off injured reserve on Friday, adding another important veteran for their playoff push.
Greene injured his back in the Kings' opener Jan. 19 against Chicago. He missed 42 games with the injury, but returned...
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings have activated defenseman Matt Greene from the injured reserve list, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today.
Greene, 29, has missed the last 42 games after suffering a mid-body injury Jan. 19 vs. Chicago. The 6-3, 232 pound native of Grand Ledge, Mich. has played in one game this season (the Season Opener vs. the Blackhawks...
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Hollywood actor and Los Angles Kings enthusiast Wil Wheaton took over the Kings Twitter account during the second period of their 2-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets Thursday night and he was actually pretty hysterical. Check it out:
ATTENTION KINGS FANS I HAVE TAKEN CONTROL OF YOUR TWITTER. SEND ME BEER AND NOBODY GETS HURT. Your benevolent overlord, Wil Wheaton
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kyle Clifford scored the tiebreaking goal, Jonathan Quick made 20 saves, and the Los Angeles Kings slowed the Columbus Blue Jackets' late-season surge with a 2-1 victory Thursday night.
Drew Doughty scored an early power-play goal for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who kept pace with San Jose for fourth place in the Western Conference by snapping Columbus...
The Los Angeles Kings became the first eighth seed to win the Stanley Cup last year.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are currently eighth in the Western Conference, and are hoping to pad their slight lead in their quest for the Cup.
The Blue Jackets try to match the longest winning streak in franchise history Thursday night when they visit the Kings.
Los Angeles (24-14-5) is tied with...
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