2012 Stanley Cup: On-ice interview with Ron Hextall

Several key factors contributed to the Kings winning the Stanley Cup, including trades for players like Mike Richards and Jeff Carter, plus the hiring of coach Darryl Sutter. However, a major area that can’t be overlooked is the development of younger players in Manchester. Here’s Kings VP and Assistant General Manager Ron Hextall with a few thoughts on that topic…

Over the last week we’ve posted dozens of other on-ice videos, such as:

Anze Kopitar and his dad

Dustin Penner

A stunned Matt Greene

A teary-eyed Willie Mitchell

Colin Fraser proclaims ‘Anything for the Mayor’ after winning the Stanley Cup

We also the full video of the Kings Stanley Cup rally up here.

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LA Kings Prospect Tracker – Week Ending November 11, 2019

An 0-2-1 performance by the parent club is never an enjoyable experience — on the road or at home. However, as we’ve discussed since the beginning of the year, part of the plan involves some growing pains. The Kings sit on the next to bottom rung, 30th overall, with one game in hand against the […]

Two Kings Prospects on TV Today, And Two Possible Future Additions

Just one month into the young college hockey season, we’ve already had quite a few games with fairly significant storylines. For example, a few weeks back, there was a game featuring a combined six players already selected in the first round by various NHL teams – this coming at a time when there were only […]

Kings Of the Podcast Ep. 9 – The Surprise Episode

Surprise, we’re back with an all new show!
Kings of the Podcast, Episode 8 includes…
– Reaction to Dustin Penner episode
– Kings did something for the first-time ever this month
– Jack Campbell trade scenarios
– Options for Adrian Kempe moving forward
– Kurtis MacDermid goal
– Note on Jarret Stoll
– Lap around the […]

Major News Items

Kopitar Out, Can Watch His Son Against Arizona

Per recent tradition, it will be the Kings and Coyotes in a pair of split-squad games to open up preseason on Tuesday night. LA captain Anze Kopitar will not suit up, but he will get a chance to watch his son … [Read More...]

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