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This Date in LA Kings History: October 20

Happy birthday to former @LAKings forward Garry Monahan, who was born on October 20, 1946.#LAKings #GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/qKcihReUxD
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 20, 2020

On October 20, 1999, the @LAKings played in their first game at @STAPLESCenter. Rob Blake scored the first #LAKings' goal in their new home, and Jozef Stumpel tied the game late in the […]

This Date in LA Kings History: October 19

On October 19, 1988, Wayne Gretzky received a three-minute standing ovation from 17,503 fans in his return to Edmonton as a member of the @LAKings. Gretzky registered two assists and four shots on goal in an 8-6 loss against his former team.#LAKings #GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/OqvNeHVWvW
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 19, 2020

Happy birthday to @LAKings goaltender Cal […]

Kings Of the Podcast: Ep. Q20 with Boomer Gordon and Martin St. Louis

Fresh on the heels of Blake Lizotte makings his inaugural visit onto Kings of the Podcast, we’re back with another new show — featuring a rarity, double guests. Joining us this time around are Hall of Famer Martin St. Louis and everybody’s favorite radio host, Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon.
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Anatomy of a Draft Pick – How the Kings Decided on Byfield

It seems that nearly every year there is a debate among two players either at or near the top of the NHL Draft board. This year was no exception, with Quinton Byfield vs. Tim Stutzle being a common theme among … [Read More...]

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  1. Robert e Lee says

    Thanks for a ton of great memories, Trevor Lewis. It seems sad how quietly a hero can disappear in to the night; but you are part of a select group of guys who brought L.A. a Stanley Cup…and then another one. And for those of us who never made it in to hockey-professionally-you brought us joy, as fans to see your hard work and dedication through many lean years and then through some grandiose years could pay off.

    I suspect, like most real Kings fans, we will forever remember that one play, replaying in our heads [over & over] for the rest of our lives. It was 2012, first round of the playoffs, and the series really could’ve gone either way. And you were pressin’ hard-in Game 5-and you picked Dan Hamhuis’ pockets and left him standing there-like the rest of the blow-hard/arrogant Vancouver Canucks’ fans. You managed to get the puck over to Jarrot Stoll who took a shot from the left side…and we won the game.

    I honestly believe it was the turning point in the series, the whole playoffs and a year later when you guys won it again. One play that changed a 45 year wait into a tearful celebration that might never end! Yup, I’ll miss you and won’t ever forget you. But I will forever thank you for your efforts and I hope you remain involved with the game after your work has ended-esp. here in L.A. Perhaps you can replace Evans or Fox when they retire? Afterall, the Miracle on Manchester is getting a bit warn…and I went to the next game and they did exactly what those years/teams were expected to do: THEY LOST!