A division title is something that has alluded the Los Angeles Kings all but once in the franchise's 45-year history.
They have never really ruled a division. They've always been met with stiff competition and a slew of genuinely powerful teams who instead take the title. The last time the Kings were able to call themselves rulers of a division was way back in 1990 when a young man from Brantford, Ontario carried the team with a 163-point season, and the division was called the Smythe Division.
They've always filled the role of a bridesmaid when it comes to division dominance. As it currently stands, however, the team might have the best opportunity in a long time to be a perennial division winner and top seed.