Found December 16, 2011 on LA Times:
The defenseman scored his first goal in more than two years Thursday, ending the Kings' scoreless drought of 130 minutes and helping the team to a win at Columbus.The defenseman scored his first goal in more than two years Thursday, ending the Kings' scoreless drought of 130 minutes and helping the team to a win at Columbus.

LA Times: Darryl Sutter agrees to coach Kings

The Los Angeles Times says Darryl Sutter has agreed to coach the Los Angeles Kings and will take over the team Tuesday. The newspaper, citing a source familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly, reported Saturday that Sutter signed a contract a few days ago but needed to wrap up family matters and receive immigration clearance. The Times says that's expected...

Kings D Mitchell expected to sit out again

Los Angeles Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell is expected to sit out Saturday's game against the Detroit Red Wings. Kings coach John Stevens said Mitchell was doubtful to play due to a groin injury. Mitchell has missed four of the past five games. After he was sidelined for two games, he returned to play against Dallas last Saturday before sitting out games at Boston and Columbus...

Saturday Ice Chips: Quick Scratches On the Scoreboard

Welcome to Saturday Ice Chips. We're experimenting here at PDL with an ongoing Saturday series that highlights some of the posts we've been reading over the past week. If we think this holds some weight, you'll be sure to see a similar post like this every Saturday. Remember: If you see something you think we should write about or should include in our Saturday post...

Your Darryl Sutter Update

from Rich Hammond of LA Kings Insider, And now, your daily moment of Darryl Sutter zen. There’s really no change and no surprise. Sutter’s deal to become the next Kings coach is essentially in place, and it will be a multi-year contract to be announced in the coming days. Per franchise policy, no coach can have a contract longer than the general manager’s contract, and Dean...

Red Wings-Kings wrap-up and overnight report: Emmerton and the Wings’ depth kick back

I had to watch this one from my family’s Christmas party (it was lovely) with the volume off for over half the game, but I felt that the Wings’ 8-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings finished at such a lopsided score for a simple reason: around seven minutes into the second period, when the Wings would have been very happy to cruise along with a 4-1 lead, still shaking the loosey...

Red Wings-Kings game-day updates: About the Kings, Valtteri Filppula’s emergence and physicality

As the Detroit Red Wings prepare to face off against the Los Angeles Kings tonight (7 PM EST, FSD/FS West/WXYT), MLive’s Ansar Khan reports that the Wings have also chosen to conserve their players’ energy given that the team has to play four games (endure four tie zone changes) over the course of the next six nights: Optional skate for Wings today. Same lineup expected: 93...

Report: Darryl Sutter agrees to coach L.A. Kings

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Los Angeles Times says Darryl Sutter has agreed to coach the Los Angeles Kings and will take over the team Tuesday.

Brown has goal, assist as Kings top Jackets 2-1

Dustin Brown scored on a redirect midway through the third period and Jonathan Quick had 24 saves to lead Los Angeles to a 2-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night, ending the Kings' five-game skid and giving interim coach John Stevens his first victory.

Permanent Expression (part two)

*Editor’s Note: This is the second part in a special two-part feature. Part one, featuring Matt Greene, Kyle Clifford and Jonathan Bernier, can be read by CLICKING HERE: .     Like g...

Kings-Red Wings Preview

With their opponent in a dreadful offensive slump, the high-powered Detroit Red Wings would appear to have a prime chance to extend one of the longest home win streaks in team history. The Los Angeles Kings, though, have been successful recently at Joe Louis Arena. The league's lowest-scoring team faces arguably the NHL's hottest offense as the Kings try to win their fourth...

Los Angeles Kings (14-13-4) at Detroit Red Wings (19-10-1), 7 p.m. (ET)

The Kings weren't able to break out of their scoring slump on Thursday, but they still managed to snap a five-game skid. They might not get as lucky tonight against the high-powered Red Wings.

Kings are held to two goals, but this time it's enough

The Kings end a five-game losing streak, beating Columbus, 2-1, with what is not exactly an offensive explosion but is something on which the team hopes it can build.From Columbus, Ohio — These days, a two-goal performance is a goal-fest for the Kings. But center Anze Kopitar had the grace to acknowledge that their third-period rally Thursday in a 2-1 victory over the lowly Columbus...

Red Wing Justin Abdelkader's foot injury just a bruise

He said he will be good to go for Saturday's home date with the Los Angeles Kings.

Puck Headlines: Kings coach update; glove defecation suspension

Here are your Puck Headlines: a glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Via JP and Hogs Haven, this is an actual player page from the actual New England Senior Hockey League with that actual explanation for a player expulsion. Expulsion being the operative phrase. [NESHL...

POST GAME: vs. Los Angeles

Tweet A one-goal lead is seldom safe in the NHL, but given the way things had been going for the Los Angeles Kings, Jeff Carter’s second-period goal stood a pretty good c...
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