TO DO LIST: Kings Have Way Too Many Forwards

It’s no secret that Los Angeles GM Rob Blake has his work cut out over the next three months. He’ll need to hire a coach, make some trades, and carefully navigate around a series of potential landmines while the rest of Southern California is barbecuing and off at the beach enjoying the summer months.
To […]

Taylor Reflects on Brown Passing His Games Played Record

Dave Taylor was a constant for the LA Kings. He was never flashy, never a star brighter than all of his teammates. He simply came to work every day and did his job. The same can pretty much be said for Dustin Brown.
Later tonight in Vancouver, Brown will play his 1,112th regular season game for […]

Campbell Selected Kings Masterton Trophy Nominee by PHWA

Jack Campbell had a tangential relationship to the LA Kings long before a 2016 trade that officially brought him into the franchise. Now, after a lengthy and twist-filled road, the goaltender is achieving his first real taste of NHL success this season; culminating with a nomination for the Masterton Trophy by the Professional Hockey Writers […]

Stothers Breaks Down Reign Loss, Dishes on Clague, Injuries

It’s been a tough season all around for the Los Angeles Kings. They find themselves near the bottom of the NHL standings and their AHL affiliate in Ontario hasn’t fared much better. After a drubbing at the hands of the Colorado Eagles on Tuesday night, we caught up with Reign head coach Mike Stothers to […]

Petersen Reacts to Being Named LA Kings No. 1 Prospect

It’s often been said that each player to make the NHL comes with his own unique story. And if you’re looking for something a little non-traditional, goaltender Cal Petersen certainly checks several boxes.
Among the menu items to choose from, you have the kid from Waterloo, IA – a place not often confused with a hockey […]

Prospect Analysis March 1, 2019 and Quotes from Clague, Rempal

The division rival San Jose Barracuda were in town for a Friday night faceoff with the Ontario Reign. Both teams were coming off a win and looking to start a streak, but for largely different reasons. San Jose has it eyes on the top seed in the Pacific Division while Ontario was looking to play […]

10 Tidbits: Kings, Reign, and Monarchs Making News

With all the focus on Prospect Rankings and the NHL Trade Deadline of late, we’ve accumulated quite a few random notes to pass along. Here’s the latest in our 10 Tidbits…
1. Starting in Ontario
There’s quite a bit going on out in the Inland Empire related to the building used for Ontario Reign games. For […]

LA Kings 2019 Midseason Prospect Rankings: The Top Two Players

After nearly a month-long journey through the LA Kings prospect pool, we’ve reached the end of the road. It’s time to officially reveal the top two players in this year’s Midseason Rankings – including the highly coveted No. 1 spot.
Before we get to the unveiling, though… If you’re unfamiliar with our rankings, for nearly a […]

LA Kings 2019 Midseason Prospect Rankings: Player No. 3, Plus Notes on Grundstrom and Durzi

With each passing article, we inch closer to announcing the LA Kings No. 1 prospect. In addition to recapping the No. 3 player today, we’ll also be sharing some bonus notes many have asked for over the past few weeks.
This is usually a good time help new readers catch up on what they’ve missed […]

LA Kings 2019 Midseason Prospect Rankings: Nos. 5 and 6

Buckle up, we’re moving into the Top 5.
As we move through the 2019 edition of the LA Kings Prospect Rankings, it’s always helpful to quickly update anybody stopping by for the first time. If you’re unfamiliar with our rankings, for nearly a decade this content has become a vital source of player information. Nobody outside […]