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RUMOR: New LA Kings Fourth Jersey for 2020-21 Season

Let the games begin.
No, not the action on the ice — we’re still a few months away from hockey returning — but rather the cat and mouse game of trying to figure out what the new LA Kings jersey will look like.
As we discussed on a recent Kings of the Podcast episode, teams around the […]

This Date in LA Kings History: October 21

Happy birthday to the first player to score a goal in @LAKings' history, Brian Kilrea, who was born on October 21, 1934.#LAKings #GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/NbczyuBHWN
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 21, 2020

Happy birthday to former @LAKings goaltender Ryan Bach, who was born on October 21, 1973.#LAKings #GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/OHH7K6k1CG
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 21, 2020

On October 21, 1989, […]

Kings Of the Podcast: Ep. Q21 with Kevin Westgarth

For Episode Q21 we reached out to an old friend. Kevin Westgarth joins us for another all new Kings of the Podcast, where we look back on some good times, as well as chat about what he’s been up to recently – in his role working for the league office.
Among the other topics discussed:
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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!