Brown, Kopitar, Sutter on Life Without Stoll and Williams

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Among the Kings myriad of roster issues needing to be addressed over the next two months is what to do with pending unrestricted free agent forwards Jarret Stoll and Justin Williams. Both were critical pieces to the team’s two Stanley Cups. However, given the salary cap issues facing GM Dean Lombardi, there likely won’t be […]

LA Kings End of Season Awards; Our Picks and Yours

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Following today’s Kings season finale at Staples Center, the team will hand out a host of awards to various players. Some of the categories are voted on by the players themselves, others are selected by members of the media. Our ballot was submitted to the Kings’ PR staff last week, as follows:
Most Valuable Player – […]

Dowd Dishes on Roommate; Discusses His Season

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Don’t look now, but the kid selected near the end of the last round at the 2009 NHL Draft is coming on strong and looks to be making a push for a future NHL roster spot. Nic Dowd, taken 198th out of 211 players that year, is sitting on pretty solid ground as he wraps […]

Rob Blake on Kings’ Signing of Brodzinski, Other Moves

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It’s that time of the year, the period in which NHL clubs begin signing their college prospects. As reported earlier today, Kings Assistant GM Rob Blake was in Minnesota on Tuesday to meet with prized forward Jonny Brodzinski. Within an hour of returning to Los Angeles this afternoon, he was on the phone with MayorsManor, […]

More Kings’ Contract News; Another Signing Expected

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Fresh on the heels of college sniper Jonny Brodzinski opting to forgo his senior season at St. Cloud State to sign with Los Angeles, comes more contract news out of the Kings front office.
Joel Lowry, who missed much of his senior season at Cornell University following back surgery, is on the verge of inking his own […]

LA Kings Sign College Sniper Jonny Brodzinski

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The LA Kings just added a whole bunch of goals to their prospect pool. Forward Jonny Brodzinski has decided to forgo his senior season at St. Cloud State and turn pro, agreeing to a two-year entry level contract with the team earlier today.
If you read our recent profile on him for the team’s website, you’ll recall […]

Dirty Dozen: 12 Postgame Comments Following Kings-Ducks

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Postgame comments collected following the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 OT victory over the visiting Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night at the Honda Center…
Justin Williams on getting one point rather than two:
“The last two games in this building, we’ve given up third period leads. Which, come playoff time, is a recipe for elimination, so something we’ve […]

Doan Loves To Hate, Maybe Has Had Enough

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Over the past dozen or so years, there have been a myriad of changes out in the Arizona desert. Wayne Gretzky came and went as part of the Coyotes ownership group, the team moved to a beautiful new arena in suburban Glendale, and they’ve gone through a handful of jersey designs. Through it all, the […]

Saturday Update: Notes on Kings Plans for Mike Richards

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Even though he has been back in Los Angeles for a few days now, the fervor surrounding Mike Richards’ present and future with the Los Angeles Kings has shown no signs of slowing down. For example, in the MayorsManor poll that ended yesterday afternoon, more than 80% of voters wanted him called back up – […]

Dean Lombardi Offers a Mike Richards Update

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During Thursday night’s Kings at Canucks contest, Los Angeles GM Dean Lombardi offered updates on Mike Richards (including the real possibility of his return to the NHL), Jonathan Quick’s heavy workload, mentioned the absence of Slava Voynov, the challenges his team has faced this season compared to their 2012 Stanley Cup defense, and many other […]