3 Biggest Weaknesses the LA Kings Still Need to Address This Offseason

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3 Biggest Weaknesses the LA Kings Still Need to Address This Offseason
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The Los Angeles Kings pose with the Stanley Cup after defeating the New Jersey Devils 4-2 in the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals.

It is hard to believe that the Los Angeles Kings had their worst regular season since they missed the playoffs in 2009 after the performance they put on in the 2011-12 postseason—on their way to becoming the first eight seed to be named Stanley Cup champions.

The Kings disposed of the top three seeds in the Western Conference before closing out their Cinderella run for the Cup with the defeat of a veteran laden New Jersey Devils squad.

Kings general manager Dean Lombardi has done a great job of preserving the Stanley Cup winning roster that looked nearly flawless last postseason, but there are some things that the team will need to address this offseason if they hope to repeat as champions.

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