Found May 24, 2012 on Fox Sports West:
LOS ANGELES It has been a largely successful season for Los Angeles Kings prospect Tyler Toffoli, never mind how long its been.The former second-round draft pick really hasnt been off his skates since taking part in Canadas World Juniors development camp in the first week of August. After both Ontario Hockey League and National Hockey League training camps, he reported back to the Ottawa 67s to defend his OHL scoring title.En route to a 52-goal, 100-point campaign, he was among the final cuts for Canadas eventual bronze medal-winning junior national team in December. In April, after his 67s had erased a three-games-to-one deficit in the second round of the OHL Playoffs, they took Game 7 in overtime to force a conference finals matchup with the Niagara Ice Dogs. They fell in five games, though Toffoli finished with 11 goals and 18 points in 18 playoff games.And that brings him to his recent camp: L.A. Kings Playoff Camp, where he has been one of the organizational call-ups skating w...

Dodgers, Lakers support Kings

In a gesture of citywide solidarity, two pro teams that also play in L.A. tweeted congratulatory messages to the Kings for their improbable run to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Kings await Eastern winner in Final

After a 19-year wait, the Kings have returned to a land last traversed by Wayne Gretzky, Luc Robitaille, Kelly Hrudey and pals: the Stanley Cup Finals. The Kings didn't make it easy on themselves. After winning the first three games of the Western Conference Finals against Phoenix, the Kings lost Game 4 at home before they won 4-3 in overtime on Tuesday night in Glendale, Ariz...

Gagne back at practice, enjoying Kings' success

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) -- Simon Gagne thought the Los Angeles Kings would be a Stanley Cup contender. That's why he signed with them as a free agent last summer. Gagne's projection was correct. He just wishes he had played a bigger role in it. The high-scoring forward hasn't played for the Kings since Dec. 26, when he suffered his latest concussion. It's been bittersweet...

Doughty enjoying breakthrough playoff for LA Kings

(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Drew Doughty began this season holding out for a $56 million contract from the Los Angeles Kings, demanding and getting an enormous sum for a kid with more potential than accomplishment. Doughty then started the season with every dollar seemingly stacked on his shoulders, weighing him down. The...

Los Angeles Kings Display 'Spoils of War' in Ongoing as Part of Ongoing Twitter Efforts (Photo)

The Los Angeles Kings have been the most successful NHL team this spring, as evidenced by their trip to the Stanley Cup Final. If there's any team that could maybe give the Kings a push, it would be their very own public relations and marketing team. The Kings' Twitter feed burst onto the scene in the first round after the Kings beat the Vancouver Canucks in Game 1 of that...

Willie Mitchell Is No Longer Dreaming

from Lisa Dillman of the LA Times, Mitchell will be playing in his first Stanley Cup Final, which will open Wednesday with the Kings playing either the New York Rangers or the New Jersey Devils. If it’s the Devils, it will be a homecoming of sorts for Mitchell, because that team originally drafted him with its 12th choice (199th overall) in 1993. Nine years ago, in his second full...

Did Drew Doughty Deserve An Extra 2 Minutes

Would you have assessed 2 for unsportsmanlike conduct to Drew Doughty?  The call was 2 for interference and don’t forget it was in OT.

Car-pe Diem

It all started with an innocent late night tweet... That's right. I had spent the better part of a few hours watching videos like this. And then... within seconds of posting that Tweet... And then finally... just like he's been doing all playoffs long... Colin Fraser dropped some knowledge on our asses.  Colin Fraser tweeted at me. I could almost cry. Within...

NHL Network And Stanley Cup Final Coverage

NEW YORK (May 25, 2012) – NHL Network™ and will be front and center throughout the 2012 Stanley Cup® Final between the Western Conference champion Los Angeles Kings and the Eastern Conference champion, reporting on every angle and providing fans with the most comprehensive coverage of the NHL’s ultimate event. NHL Network NHL Network will begin its Stanley Cup Final...

Kings/Coyotes Dramatic Handshake Line

<a href="" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="If you missed the drama that took place in the final three minutes of OT between the L.A. Kings and Phoenix Coyotes last night, then you missed some solid entertainment. Moments before Dustin Penner netted the overtime winner,...

2012 Stanley Cup Final: Los Angeles Kings vs. New Jersey Devils

  Yeah... no one would have predicted this when the playoffs started. It's gonna be fun.
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