College FA Spencer Foo on the Process of Selecting His NHL Team

In an off-season of promised change, the LA Kings have already made several announcements supporting their claims. From a new General Manager to a new head coach, the organization is under a bit of a remodel at the moment. One thing remaining constant, though, is the team’s commitment to developing young players. For more than […]

Blake on What’s Ahead for Kopitar, Gaborik, Lombardi, Iginla

More from LA Kings General Manager Rob Blake following today’s press conference to introduce John Stevens as the team’s new head coach…
— PART ONE OF THIS INTERVIEW POSTED HERE —
Blake on if Gaborik will be bought out:
“Will he get a buy out? No.”
On if not buying out Gaborik was a decision he has already decided […]

Rob Blake on How and Why John Stevens Was Promoted

Following today’s LA Kings press conference to announce John Stevens as the team’s new head coach, General Manager Rob Blake shared a plethora of additional insight into how and why the promotion occurred:
Blake on finding a head coach right away:
“Well, I think I’ve experienced it first hand, which goes a long way. Also, the experience […]

The Final Interview: Darryl Sutter on the How and Why of Being Fired, plus What Lies Ahead

When all was said and done, Darryl Sutter remained Darryl Sutter right up until the very end… and even beyond.
Just days removed from being fired in Los Angeles, he was back in a very familiar setting – about an hour outside of downtown, watching the Kings AHL affiliate in Ontario. Unlike previous visits, which provided […]

Doan Shares Kings Memories Prior to (Likely) Last Game at Staples

For more than 20 years, Shane Doan has been terrorizing the Los Angeles Kings. In so many ways, he’s the last of a dying breed – whether talking about a true power forward in the NHL or a player who stays his entire career with one team. The 40-year-old Canadian is truly something special.
We’ve been […]

Dev Camp Preview with Mikey Eyssimont, Kings 2016 Draft Pick

It’s been a whirlwind week for Mikey Eyssimont. The Colorado native was just drafted by the Kings last Saturday and now he finds himself in Los Angeles for the team’s annual Development Camp. With only one year of college experience under his belt – and expected to play a big role this upcoming season at […]

Brown on Losing the Captaincy; Not Your Typical Conference Call

Dustin Brown met with the media today via a conference call to share his thoughts on no longer being captain of the Los Angeles Kings… and to say he was extremely candid would be more than understatement.
Partial opening comment on no longer being the captain:
“There are a lot of emotions [that come with this]. […]

Hoven on NHL Radio: Captain Kopitar, Brown, Lucic, Sutter, Trades, and the Draft

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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio, where he joined hosts Nick Alberga and Tyler Madarasz on Ice Cap to discuss all the latest news surrounding the Los Angeles Kings, including: what could happen with Milan Lucic in the next five days, Anze Kopitar finally being officially announced as […]

Hoven on NHL Radio: Muzzin, Kings Trade Options, UFAs, and AHL

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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio, where he joined host Jonathan Davis to discuss all the latest news surrounding the Los Angeles Kings, including: which free agents the Kings might target to fix their problems on defense, their salary cap issues, Jake Muzzin being named to Canada’s World […]

Hoven on NHL Radio: New Kings Captain, Lucic Contract Update

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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio, where he joined hosts Scott Laughlin and Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to discuss Dustin Brown no longer being the captain of the Los Angeles Kings, which players will likely wear letters next season, the very latest on Milan Lucic’s contract status, and much […]