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The Hockey House:
The Kings entered the 2013 NHL Entry Draft today without a first-round pick, as the 27th-overall selection that would have belonged to them was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets as part of the Jeff Carter trade last year. They had their second rounder (57th overall), third rounder (88th), the Carolina Hurricanes’ fourth rounder (96th), the Philadelphia Flyers’ fourth rounder [...]
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Last year’s champs were denied a repeat by the juggernaut known as Chicago. The Kings established that last season’s title was no fluke and they have the team put together to stay in the hunt for years to come. Let’s take a look back at the 2013 Kings.
Team Name: Los Angeles Kings
Record: 27-16-5, 2nd in Pacific, Lost 4-1 to Chicago in Western Conference Finals
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All those draft picks so painstakingly hoarded by Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi came in quite handy Sunday.
The Kings were able to trade the 57th, 88th and 96th selections to the Edmonton Oilers to move up to the 37th spot in the draft, which was a high second-round pick. With that, they took a high-scoring 18-year-old Russian named Valentin Zykov. The winger had 40 goals...
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The Columbus Blue Jackets, one of the ‘feel good’ stories of this lockout-shortened National Hockey League (NHL) will be one of the most intriguing teams to watch at this Sunday’s NHL Entry Draft. As a result of trading former ‘face of the franchise’ player, Rick Nash to the New York Rangers as well as trading the disgruntled Jeff Carter to the Los Angeles Kings, along...