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LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Kings have placed forward Simon Gagne on the injured reserve list (upper body injury), Kings PresidentGeneral Manager Dean Lombardi announced Wednesday.
Gagne suffered the injury during Monday nights Kings-Coyotes game, a 4-3 Kings win. Gagne, in his first season with the Kings, is fifth on the club in scoring (7-10=17) and fourth in goals. He is also third on the team with two short-handed goals.
The Kings begin a two-game road trip Wednesday in Chicago at 5:30 p.m. (PT) and then on Thursday in Winnipeg at 5:30 p.m. (PT). Both games will be broadcast on FS West and KTLK 1150.
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Jonathan Quick recorded his league-high fifth shutout of the season by turning aside all 38 shots he faced as the Los Angeles Kings secured their fifth win in seven outings with a 2-0 road triumph over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday. Trent Hunter and Jarret Stoll both scored for the second time in six contests for Los Angeles, which snapped a six-game losing skid to Chicago...
Kings left wing Simon Gagne did not accompany the team to Chicago on Tuesday morning after suffering an upper-body injury the night before during a 4-3 victory against the visiting Coyotes, a spokesperson with the club said.
The Kings, who have won two straight, will enter MTS Centre later tonight fresh off of a 2-0 shutout victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. The win moved the Kings to 3-0-1 under new coach Darryl Sutter.Goaltender, Jonathan Quick, turned away all 38 shots faced for his league leading fifth shutout. The victory marked the 15th time in 16 games that the Kings have scored two or fewer...
Jonathan Quick made 38 saves to secure his NHL-leading fifth
shutout, and Trent Hunter and Jarret Stoll scored to lead the
visiting Los Angeles Kings past the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on
Jonathan Quick made 38 saves to earn his NHL-leading fifth shutout, and Trent Hunter and Jarret Stoll scored to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Wednesday.
ANDY LEFKOWITZ STATS Writer A coaching change appears to have woken up the Los Angeles Kings' offense. Their biggest test thus far under Darryl Sutter will come at the home of the NHL's top team and against the franchise that gave him his first shot as a head coach.
Los Angeles will try to snap a six-game losing streak at the United Center and a seven-game skid overall against...
Jonathan Quick made 38 saves to earn his NHL-leading fifth shutout, and Trent Hunter and Jarret Stoll scored to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Wednesday night. Quick was solid in earning his 19th NHL shutout, but he wasn't heavily tested until the third period. The Blackhawks managed few prime scoring chances in the first two frames.
The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night, 2-0, tying the Dallas Stars in points and moving to 3-0-1 under new coach Darryl Sutter.
So there was much rejoicing; in Drew Doughty's case, euphoria manifested itself in a rather, uh, personal way with teammate Jarret Stoll, whom Doughty apparently mistook for a running toilet:
Hell of a secret handshake...
Jonathan Quick made 38 saves to earn his NHL-leading fifth shutout, and Trent Hunter and Jarret Stoll scored to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Wednesday night.
Manchester, NH – The Manchester Monarchs, primary affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, have signed left wing Chris Cloud to a professional tryout agreement, Monarchs Director of Hockey Operations Hubie McDonough announced today.
Three key aspects of the Kings’ 2-0 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks
1. QUICK, QUICK AND MORE QUICK
Did Jonathan Quick’s father offer, before the game, to reward him with a quarter for each save? Strong games are becoming ...
Goals have been numerous when the Kings and Jets franchises have gotten together over the past few seasons, but those expecting another high-scoring affair could be in for a disappointment.
Shea Weber, Simon Gagne and John-Michael Liles have brought the NHL's concussion total to an alarming 64 this season. Stu Hackel says a solution is crucial to the sport's fortunes.