Found June 15, 2012 on Fox Sports West:
LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Kings, the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions, have signed forwards Marc-Andre Cliche and Rich Clune to two-year contracts, Kings PresidentGeneral Manager Dean Lombardi announced today. Cliche played in 72 games for the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League this last season. He recorded 41 points (17-24=41) and 35 penalty minutes while also playing in four playoff games for the Monarchs. Clune played in 56 games for the Monarchs this past season. He recorded 15 points (6-9=15) and 253 penalty minutes. He also played in four playoff games for Manchester.

Jonathan Quick's Awesome Victory Speech

s/t to Chuck Schwartz for having this gem on his twitter feed. I am not sure that Jonathan Quick will be getting any requests for him to do any public speaking engagements anytime soon but I can understand getting caught up in the moment. Again, congrats to the Kings for winning the Stanley Cup Championship. Related articles (Video) 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs Montage...

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Less than a week ago, the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup Championship in franchise history. Since then, the Kings have been busy showing Lord Stanley’s Cup the Hollywood lifestyle. From late night partying, to appearances on various late night talk shows the Kings have become Hollywood’s biggest stars.However, things did not feel official until the parade. The...

During the Kings’ Stanley Cup rally, Jonathon Quick dropped three f-bombs

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Congrats to the Kings

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LA Fan Places Champions hat at WTC Memorial for 2 Kings Scouts Killed on 9-11

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Video: Jonathan Quick has a potty mouth

Hockey and vulgarity go hand-in-hand, but usually not on a loudspeaker for thousands of fans to hear. Don’t tell that to Jonathan Quick though.

TRH Stanley Cup Final Recap: 6 of 1

I honestly had no idea it would be like this. I figured the Los Angeles Kings would win the Stanley Cup and I'd be blogging non-stop about it until training camp starting in September. Don't get me wrong... this feeling I've had for the past 6 days is unlike anything I've ever experienced in my 25 years of being a fan of the sport of hockey. It's the perfect mixture...

If Wild make playoffs, they can win playoffs

Good news for the Wild and other fair to middling NHL teams. You don't need a spectacular regular season to win the Stanley Cup.You don't even need an exceptional one.You just need to get into the playoffs and get hot, as the Stanley Cup-champion Los Angeles Kings did as the eighth and final seed in the Western Conference.The Kings offer hope to teams such as the Wild that...

Stanley Cup Party At Wet Republic Pretty Much A Sausage Fest

Kinda disappointed this morning with the Stanley Cup champion L.A. Kings and their party yesterday at MGM Grand’s Wet Republic. Just when you figure there will be multiple photos of bikini tramps drinking exotic bottled water from Lord Stanley, the Kings go and have a massive sausage party. And we’re even more disappointed that the boys are all in a private pool without a bikini...

L.A. Lakers Victory parade? Yikes no respect for the Kings

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LA Kings' Jonathan Quick beats censors on live TV

One way to rile up a crowd during a typical boilerplate speech is throw in a four-letter word to spice things up.  Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick did just that not once but three times with his profane praise of his teammates during a rally celebrating the team's Stanley Cup Championship on Thursday at the packed Staples Center. During a live broadcast on KCAL 9,...

A Vezina Trophy Battle: Lundqvist vs. Quick

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Did the Los Angeles Kings Ruin Hockey by Winning the Stanley Cup?

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