Found February 12, 2013 on
First it was Willie Mitchell
Then it was Matt Greene
Now, it's Alec Martinez, likely lost for six weeks
Drewiske and Muzzin have been taking up the ice time and the addition of Keaton Ellerby has been a decent addition. Andrew Campbell has been recalled but the Kings (and Jonathan Quick) can't rely on three rather inexperienced D-men. One more defensive injury and the Kings are in serious...
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Last week, we showed you video of the 2013 Los Angeles Kings Ice Girls bikini calendar shoot. And now we're going to show you the individual video profiles of these lovely Ice Girls.
First up, is Miss October, Cassie:
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The Los Angeles Kings had plenty of time to sleep off their hangover. But if their play through their first 10 games is any indication, the defending Stanley Cup champions probably wish they could have hit the snooze button a few more times. The Kings have been one of the league’s biggest disappointments this season, and like the Bruins a year before them, they find themselves...
Defenseman Keaton Ellerby grew up in Western Canada and had played his entire NHL career in the Eastern Conference with the Florida Panthers.
Needless to say, an adjustment period will be required for the newest King. Ellerby was traded Friday and made his Kings debut on Sunday afternoon in a 3-2 loss at Detroit.
The Western Conference and the Eastern Conference is just completely...
The Los Angeles Kings have done it again. The 2012-13 crop of ice girls is one of their best yet and today we are highlighting one of our favorites: Vanessa.
Vanessa grew up in Los Angeles and has been a Kings fan her entire life. She seems to legitimately love the fact that she is an ice girl for her favorite team. Since she couldn’t play in the NHL this is sort of her fulfilling...
My 3 stars of the game
1. Jeff Carter, LA. No question about this one, his 2 goals gave the Kings all kinds of cushion to play with.
2. Jordan Nolan, LA. The hit on Tarasenko and the subsequent near-pummeling of Redden were a sign of things to come. The fact that the Blues spent so much time trying to go back after him tells you just how effective he was at his job tonight...
You know... I really appreciate the valuable feedback that my dedicated readers give me on a constant basis...
Well, thanks at least for the compliment at the end!
Actually, this reader brings up some great points. Don't forget, because of our partnership with the Los Angeles Kings this season... our Gameday Previews are exclusive to LAKings.com. So we've had...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The Los Angeles Kings dialed it back to their Stanley Cup run last spring, and put another beating on the St. Louis Blues.
Jeff Carter scored twice for the first time since the Game 6 Cup clincher over New Jersey and the Kings didn't need playoff star Jonathan Quick in goal to shut down St. Louis in a 4-1 victory on Monday night.