Found January 21, 2013 on
The Royal Half:
After a 100 day delay that was caused by a NHL Lockout... the time had come for the Los Angeles Kings to finally take their place among the elite of NHL Franchises with the celebration of its first Stanley Cup Victory. And Hollywood put out all the stops... partying the only way it knows how....
WITH A GIANT TEAM NAME CUSTOM TOPIARY!!!
BLACKHAWKS 5, KINGS 2, WHO CARES, WILL YOU LOOK AT THAT F'ING BANNER!!!
I think I'm going to have this photo embedded on the windshield of my car so I can stare at it constantly.
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It was the Los Angeles Kings 1st Ever Stanley Cup Banner raising ceremony at Staples Center this past Saturday... and everyone was dressed to the nines!
Or the 12s.
Or the... 32s?
This guy came dressed as The Ghost of LA Kings Past.
The best part of being at the Stanley Cup Banner raising ceremony is that you get to see al...
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The Los Angeles Kings have activated center Anze Kopitar from the non-roster list after their longtime leading scorer missed the season opener with a knee injury.
The defending Stanley Cup champions also assigned newly acquired forward Anthony Stewart to their AHL affiliate in Manchester on Tuesday.
Kopitar injured his knee shortly before the lockout ended in a collision while...
LOS ANGELES Anze Kopitar dressed with his teammates at Staples Center on Saturday, but his involvement in the Kings 5-2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks was limited to the pre-game Stanley Cup pageantry and banner raising.
Despite the pre-game celebration, it was not the best moment in my life, according to the star center.
I saw the guys getting pumped up for the game in the locker...
The road to a repeat just became much more difficult for the Los Angeles Kings.Defenseman Matt Greene suffered a serious back injury during the Kings’ 5-2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday night. He has been placed on injured reserve, and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.Greene was entering his fifth season with Los Angeles. The 29-year-old has 11 goals and...
In a major blow to the Kings repeating as champs. TSN is reporting Kings defenseman Matt Greene is out for the season with a back injury - This morning Darryl Sutter quipped to reporters it was a "mid body injury"
Thomas Hickey has been recalled.... oh, wait....
Bodnarchuk has been recalled by the Kings.
Look for the Bernier to ???? for D rumors to begin.
Multiple outlets are suggesting Anze Kopitar could return from his knee injury as soon as tonight when the Los Angeles Kings visit Colorado. If that proves to be the case, the prolific forward will have missed just one game as a result of the ailment. Even if he can't quite go on Tuesday, this can be taken as a great sign that's he's very close to making his season debut...
The defending Stanley Cup champions faced quite a clean-up challenge after their season-opening loss.After the joyous celebration of their banner raising, the Kings staggered to a 5-2 loss to the visiting Chicago Blackhawks.Here are just some of the issues facing this team one game into the 48-game sprint:
With top center Anze Kopitar sidelined with a knee injury, LA had no power...
We did it T
The Los Angeles Kings lifted their Stanley Cup championship banner yesterday at Staples Center. The Kings proceeded to lose 5-2 to the Blackhawks. Congrats to the Kings again for winning the toughest trophy in sports.-TO
Game On Garth
NHL Lockout Is Over
DENVER (AP) -- Gabriel Landeskog and David Jones scored 1:35 apart in the final period to help Colorado rally for a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night in the Avalanche's home opener.
P.A. Parenteau also added his first goal in an Avalanche sweater midway through the third period to help the team bounce back from a season opening loss in Minnesota.
If the Los Angeles Kings are to bounce back from a rough opener, the reigning Stanley Cup champions must play better against the Colorado Avalanche than they did last season.
The visiting Kings look to avoid a fifth consecutive defeat to the Avalanche on Tuesday night.
Aside from the raising of the franchise's first Stanley Cup championship banner, Los Angeles had little to...