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Los Angeles Kings: Will momentum carry down stretch run?The Los Angeles Kings came out of the Olympic break looking like a different team, en route to a 6-4 victory over the Colorado Avalanche, Wednesday, in Colorado.
Coming into the game, the Kings had only 15 goals in their last 11 games and had a record of 2-8-1 over that span. Not only were they scoring regularly against the...
Several days ago I posted the 20 worst players by team adjusted Corsi in 2013. This is a measure of puck possession while a player is on the ice in 5 on 5 situations. The players are then ranked against a team dependent baseline so that comparison between teams is possible. It is an imperfect comparison as players will play under different circumstances on the same team,...
Fresh off a new two-year contract extension that was signed on Thursday, Los Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr decided to help out his team by scoring on his own goalie. Robyn is affectionately known as “Ray” in LA and this was clearly a bonehead play.
It may not be as bad as the own goal that occurred during the Germany-USA International Friendly, but this was still pretty...
Defenseman Robyn Regehr agreed to a two-year, $6 million contract extension with the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday, passing up free agency this summer to stick with the defending Stanley Cup champions.
The Kings announced the deal while the team traveled to Chicago for the start of the Western Conference finals on Saturday.
Regehr has appeared in just 12 regular-season games and...
Via AP on Fox
May 30, 2013
Robyn Regehr suffered a scary injury Tuesday night after taking a skate to the face in the third period of the Kings-Blues game, but the good news is that he’s a hockey player.
With Los Angeles trailing by one goal early in the period, David Backes seemed to accidentally step on Regehr as the two were tangled up along the boards. According to reports, a pool of blood collected...
Robyn Regehr says he gladly waived his no-trade clause in Buffalo for the chance to chase the Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings.
The bruising defenseman went through his first practice with the defending Stanley Cup champions on Wednesday, two days after they acquired him from the Sabres. Regehr should play a big role immediately for the Kings, who believe he'll fill the...
Via AP on Fox
April 03, 2013
FIRST.... read our GAMEDAY PREVIEW for tonight where we talk with Buffalo Sabres blogger, 2 In The Box, plus Calgary Flames bloggers, Kent Wilson and Book of Loob, about the Robyn Regehr Era in Los Angeles. Exclusively on LAKings.com.
This will make more sense once you've read the Gameday.
And as we say hello to Robyn... we say fond farewell to Davis.
The Los Angeles Kings have acquired defenseman Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres in a trade for two second-round draft picks.
The defending Stanley Cup champions announced the deal on their Twitter account Monday, saying the trade is contingent on Regehr passing a medical exam.
In exchange, the Sabres acquired the Kings second-round picks in 2014 and 2015.
The 13-year NHL veteran...
Via AP on Fox
April 01, 2013
The Kings acquired defenseman Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres on Monday for two second-round draft picks, hoping the brawny 32-year-old will fill the void created by injuries to defensemen Matt Greene and Willie Mitchell.
The trade was first reported by Darren Drager of TSN.
Regehr, who can become an unrestricted free agent after this season, played in Calgary for current...