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LOS ANGELES -- The men in white gloves who tend to the Stanley Cup keep the most storied trophy in North American sports at an undisclosed location before brining it into the building minutes before a team attempts to clinch.
It should have been here during Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday.
The Los Angeles Kings effectively won their first championship in franchise history with a dominating 4-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils. Sure, it's a 3-0 lead in a series were you need four to seize the Cup, but the rest of the series whether it ends at Game 4 at Staples Center on Wednesday or later is a formality.
Just don't expect anybody wearing black and purple especially the captain to cop to it.
"Once you get on the ice, you're not thinking this is a possible Stanley Cup-clinching game," Kings forward Dustin Brown said. "You are thinking about what you need to do to win. We put ourselves in a good position, although later in (Game 4), it&...
BEST OF MAXIM
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Jeff Carter's blond, scruffy playoff beard is just long enough to obscure the chip on the Los Angeles Kings forward's shoulder.
It reveals itself when talking about his path to Southern California.
"A lot of people were doubting me out there," Carter told reporters at the Toyota Center on Sunday. "I know that. This an opportunity to...
from Kevin Allen of USA Today, Quick had a 22-save shutout in Monday’s 4-0 victory to lower his goals-against average to 1.36 and improve his save percentage to .950.
Quick’s postseason goals-against average is the best recorded by a Stanley Cup Final goalie, with a minimum of 10 games played, since Frank Brimsek’s 1.25 in 12 games for the Boston Bruins in 1939.
Only three NHL teams have rallied from a 3-0 deficit to win a playoff series, and just one - the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs - did it in the Stanley Cup finals.
So the New Jersey Devils will either make history, or soon be history.
With a 4-0 loss to the Los Angeles Kings in Game 3 of the finals on Monday night, the Devils were pushed to the brink of elimination after a 102-point...
As player agent Allan Walsh so expertly put it on Twitter, the Los Angeles Kings have “struck while the iron is hot”: According to the Los Angeles Times’ Bill Shakin, the Kings inked a $250 million deal with Fox Sports West, though it isn’t necessarily due to the Kings’ playoff success:
The Kings and Fox Sports have reached agreement on a new television contract, providing...
The Los Angeles Kings contributed half of the $100,000 reward being
offered Wednesday for information leading to the capture of the
person who shot dead a one-year-old boy amid apparent gang warfare
in the city.
All the video highlights of the 2012 NHL Playoffs.
By: Mike Luciano (@MikeLuci)
My good friend Michael Stuart is the founder of the hockey website www.betweenthebenches.com and is a revered Los Angeles Kings fan that provides some of the best coverage on not just the Kings but on the ongoing events of the hockey world in general. Writing for different hockey websites, Mike and I have decided to team up for the Stanley Cup Finals...
The Los Angeles Kings took a commanding 3-0 series lead in the Stanley Cup Finals after last night’s 4-0 win over the New Jersey Devils. And to add insult to injury, a few rather creative Kings fans who were seated right behind the Devils’ bench held up huge cardboard heads of ‘Jersey Shore’ cast members.
Well done, Kings fans. Well done indeed.
[NY Daily News]
The Los Angeles Kings are cashing in on their playoff success. The team recently announced that they have reached an agreement with Fox Sports on a new television contract that will keep Kings hockey on Fox Sports West through 2024. In the deal the Kings are guaranteed a sum of approximately $250 million.
The deal, as reported by the LA Times, not only paints a clear picture of...