1. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Kings 'Never Stopped Believing' They Could Win It All

    The Kings capitalized on uncharacteristically undisciplined Devils play to win the decisive Game 6 by a score of 6-1. In a series that has been defined by close games, and disciplined play, this was an anomaly that no one saw coming...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 2,312 reads 2 comments

  2. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Despite Setbacks, Kings Remain Positive and Focused

    Everyone knew when the series began that it wouldn't be an easy one for either team. That's why it was so surprising that the Los Angeles Kings stormed their way to a dominating 3-0 series lead...

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  3. Stanley Cup Final: Devils Stop Kings in Game 4, 'Not Ready to Go to Vacation'

    LOS ANGELES—The New Jersey Devils played spoiler Wednesday night in front of a record crowd at Staples Center, preventing a series sweep by the L.A. Kings and sending the 2012 Stanley Cup Final back to New Jersey for Game 5...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 2,586 reads 4 comments

  4. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Kings See a Bit of the Past Champions in Themselves

    No two teams who win the cup are ever truly alike. There are similarities, but they are their own unique champions with their own unique journey...

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  5. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Special Teams Lead the Way for 3-0 Kings Series Lead

    The Los Angeles Kings scored two power play goals and killed off all five power plays against en route to a 4-0 thumping of the New Jersey Devils Monday night at the Staples Center...

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  6. L.A. Kings: For L.A. Rookies It's Been a Steep, but Impressive Learning Curve

    Let's all be young again for a second. What were you doing at the age of 22? I know I was going to college three to four days a week, working part time and playing way too many video games instead of studying or practicing...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 541 reads 1 comments

  7. Los Angeles Kings: Simon Gagnè to Return to Lineup for Game 3

    It is expected, although not yet official, that Simon Gagne will return to the Los Angeles Kings lineup tonight for the first time since December 26th...

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  8. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Why I'd Rather Have Jonathan Quick Than Martin Brodeur

    It's been a monumental playoffs for both Martin Brodeur and Jonathan Quick, but for very different reasons. Brodeur has sent a message to the hockey world that he is still a major factor, even at the ripe age of 40...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,274 reads 13 comments

  9. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: 3 Stars from Game 2 Between the Kings and Devils

    Momentum in the Stanley Cup Finals is now overwhelmingly in the favor of the Los Angeles Kings , who took a 2-0 series lead tonight against the New Jersey Devils ...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,356 reads 1 comments

  10. Watch Drew Doughty's Great Individual Effort Goal Against the Devils in Game 2

    Drew Doughty struck first in Game 2 of the Kings -Devils Stanley Cup Finals series with an unbelievable, almost coast-to-coast goal. The goal was Doughty's first of the series, and his third of the postseason...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 737 reads 3 comments

  11. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: 3 Stars from Game 1 Between the Kings and Devils

    Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Los Angeles Kings and the New Jersey Devils is in the books, and the Kings continue their road-winning ways...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,160 reads 1 comments

  12. Kings vs. Devils: Which Team Has the Better Captain?

    For the first time in NHL history, two American-born captains will lead their teams in the finals. On one side, we have Minnesota native Zach Parise , and on the other we have New York native Dustin Brown...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,709 reads 2 comments

  13. Los Angeles Kings: 5 Most Underrated Kings Who Have Stepped Up During Playoffs

    In the playoffs, for any sport, depth is key. No team ever makes a deep run relying on just two or three big guns and nothing else...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 654 reads 8 comments

  14. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: 5 Best Players from Coyotes vs. Kings Series

    The Los Angeles Kings are going to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1992-93. It was a hard-fought series that had plenty of big hits, bad blood and momentum shifts...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 971 reads 0 comments

  15. Los Angeles Kings: 5 Players Who Must Step Up To Put Away the Coyotes

    The Los Angeles Kings suffered their first defeat since April 18th at the hands of a Phoenix Coyotes team on the brink of a sweep. It was a loss that left a bitter taste in the mouth of a lot of fans and players alike...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,174 reads 2 comments

  16. Los Angeles Kings: Focus the Key as Kings Plow Their Way to the Finals

    It's been an impressive run—ten wins and one loss this postseason. Is there a team that is hotter then the Los Angeles Kings ? No. Is there a team that looks more together in their style right now? No...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 374 reads 1 comments

  17. Los Angeles Kings: 5 Biggest Steps to Kings Becoming Stanley Cup Contenders

    The Kings are a final four contender for the first time since 1993, and the team has rekindled a love for hockey in the L.A...

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  18. Los Angeles Kings: 4 Reasons Why This Is the Best Kings Team of All Time

    When the Los Angeles Kings fired coach Terry Murray in December, did you think you would be asking yourself, "Is this the best Kings team of all time?" When they were in 11th place ...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,126 reads 8 comments

  19. LA Kings: Would They Prefer to Play the Coyotes or the Predators?

    Everyone, I am sure, is still digesting yesterday's series sweep of the St. Louis Blues by the LA Kings, but it's never to soon to look ahead to the next round...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,679 reads 13 comments

  20. NHL Playoffs 2012: 14 Memorable Moments of the LA Kings' 8-1 Playoff Run

    What do the No. 1 and 2 seeds in the Western Conference now have in common? They were both eliminated by the surging eighth seed, the Los Angeles Kings . The Kings closed out their 4-0 series sweep of the St...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 512 reads 1 comments

  21. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Why the 'Underdog' Los Angeles Kings Continue to Roll

    Another night, and another dominant victory by the Los Angeles Kings . Mike Richards had a Gordie Howe hat trick, and Drew Doughty had a goal and two assists as the Kings defeated a beleaguered St...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,982 reads 29 comments

  22. Watch Goal of the Year Candidate from Newcastle's Papiss Cisse

    Newcastle's midseason signing, Papiss Cisse, continues to dazzle. The Senegalese striker scored his 11th and 12th goals in as many matches for the Toon, as they marched to a 2-0 victory over Chelsea in front of a stunned Stamford Bridge crowd...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 2,017 reads 10 comments

  23. 2012 NHL Playoffs: 4 Takeaways for the Kings Following Game 2

    It seems like we were here about a week and a half ago. The Kings are coming home up 2-0 in the series against the upper seeded St. Louis Blues ...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 1,535 reads 10 comments

  24. Los Angeles Kings: Jonathan Quick Named as a Vezina Trophy Finalist

    It's been assumed all season long, but now it's official. Jonathan Quick has been named as a Vezina finalist. NHL .com announced their three finalists earlier today, and the Kings ' Quick was among them...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about 2 years ago 497 reads 6 comments

  25. Los Angeles Kings: 3 Reasons They're Dark-Horse Stanley Cup Contenders

    The Kings have already put one series behind them: A 4-1 battle against the No. 1 seed and Presidents' Trophy-winning Vancouver Canucks . But the road gets no less treacherous from here on out...

    Jason  Lewis Written by Jason Lewis about over 2 years ago 2,044 reads 13 comments