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Congratulations to former Fighting Sioux defenseman Matt Greene and the Los Angeles Kings as they won the Stanley Cup four games to two over the New Jersey Devils - with the Kings win tonight Greene became the 12th former Fighting Sioux hockey player to have his name inscribed on the Stanley Cup. Greene was able to put some icing on the cake as he scored an unassisted goal at the 16:30 mark of the third period to push the lead to 6-1.
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The Kings just won the first Stanley Cup in franchise history and captain Dustin Brown was asked by NBC’s Pierre McGuire for a few words about how it feels to finally hoist the Cup. “That’s why we f*cking play,” Brown told Pierre. Yeah, the f-bomb was on live TV and WTF Editor Matt had his cellphone rolling. The quality of this video is about as bad as it gets, but it’s...
They'll visit the White House. They'll be congratulated on the podium by opposing general managers during first round picks at the NHL draft. They'll have exceptionally high NHL 13 ratings. In fact, when you turn on NHL 13, the default "Play Now" game will feature the Kings and Devils.
From superficial to longer lasting, the Stanley Cup will be bringing winds...
Two months to the day before they skated the Stanley Cup around the Staples Center ice, the Los Angeles Kings were an eight seed taking on the President's Trophy-winning and defending Western Conference Champion Vancouver Canucks.
On the night of April 11, Penner buried the game-winner in a 4-2 win in Vancouver on a puck that had caromed off Jeff Carter's deftly angled skate...
The Stanley Cup barely had the Los Angeles Kings' fingerprints on it Monday night before Darryl Sutter suggested they should start preparing to win it again.
That's just how the Kings' pragmatic coach thinks, and he didn't shy away from celebrating with his players. They partied until well after midnight at a restaurant in Staples Center, where Los Angeles completed...
I am surprised this doesn’t happen more often. Dustin Brown, the Captain for the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings, dropped an “f-bomb” on live TV last night when he was interviewed by NBC’s Pierre McGuire. Eh, what do you expect after you just won the greatest trophy in all of sports? Congrats to the [...]
The Los Angeles Kings have pledged 50,000 dollars in reward money in an effort to help find the killer of a 1-year old Watts boy, who died from a gunshot wound Monday night. The announcement came as part of the “2,000 Acts of Hope”, which is a charitable initiative in the Los Angeles area. The shooting is said to be gang related.
Kings goalie Jonathan Quick has won the Conn Smythe Trophy as
the playoff MVP after yielding just 29 goals in Los Angeles' 20
playoff games on the way to the franchise's first Stanley Cup
from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail, In 2004, the Tampa Bay Lightning were celebrating a warm-weather Stanley Cup championship in the same way that the Los Angeles Kings are today. But once the NHL endured a full year on the sidelines thanks to a contentious labour dispute, general manager Jay Feaster’s first order of business was to tear apart his team to comply with the...
The Los Angeles Kings have won the Stanley Cup in six games...here are a few videos from tonight....
Have a great night and now the off-season begins!
Enjoy the party LA!!!
The best team throughout the whole 2012 NHL Playoffs won the Cup tonight.
Congrats to the LA Kings and also to the New Jersey Devils, who just ran out of gas tonight.
Officials in any sport can have a huge impact on the outcome of an individual game. However, those officials aren't usually impacting the game by having players make impact with them. That was exactly what happened during Monday night's Stanley Cup Final Game 6, as linesman Pierre Racicot got caught in an awkward position on the ice immediately preceding Los Angeles Kings...
Dustin Penner of the L.A. Kings joins Rob and Amy after the Stanley Cup Victory.