The Los Angeles Kings were one of six teams that entered the NHL as part of the 1967 expansion. Owner Jack Kent Cooke wanted the uniforms to have a royal look like his other team, the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers.
The purple and gold (or forum blue and gold, as Cooke called them) remained the team's colors until 1988, when they switched to silver and black. A decade later the Kings shifted to a purple, black and white color scheme.
That brings us to the present day, where the official colors are black, silver and white.
Over the course of those 45 years there have been six unique logos to go along with the many color changes.
With that in mind, here are the best uniforms in Kings history.