Posts Tagged ‘ La Kings ’

Kings Announcer Dies

November 30, 2012
Kings Announcer Dies

It’s a bad time to be a hockey fan right now with the lockout still ongoing. They have even brought in a mediator without any success, so fans are still disappointed.  It’s an even worse time to be an LA Kings fans. Not only has their fan momentum dropped since the lockout ( not surprisingly) but the Kings haven’t really gotten to enjoy bragging rights this season since they haven’t played since they won the cup.In recent news even more bad news has come...

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Kings Win The Cup!

June 11, 2012
Kings Win The Cup!

After forty-five years, the La Kings have finally won their first Stanley Cup Championship! The Kings have played exceptionally well, and have made the ultimate comeback after they came into the playoffs first round as the 8th seed. In the beginning it barely looked like they were going to make it into the playoffs, but they fought hard for it and didn’t even go to a game 6 in a series until tonight. The devils put up a strong fight as well, as we...

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Devils Fight Back

June 8, 2012
Devils Fight Back

On Wednesday night, the La Kings were poised to win the revered Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history, but one thing stood in their way: The New Jersey Devils. The Kings were up by three game wins and they needed one more win to get the cup on home ice, but the despite the Devils being down they were not out as they pulled through to get their first win of the series. While the Devils were able to get in...

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Kings Leading Yet Again

June 3, 2012
Kings Leading Yet Again

Like the other series leading up to the Cup finals, the LA Kings have the early lead by securing the first two game wins. The New Jersey Devils have faced adversity before, and since this conference is for the Stanley Cup, things might not be within the Kings grasp in two or three more games. This has been evident through how the first two games went into overtime showing the prowess of both goaltenders Jonathan Quick and Marty Broduer, as they continue to keep...

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Unexpected Rivals

May 29, 2012
Unexpected Rivals

While the Kings were unable to sweep the Coyotes, they did stop their rivals in the 5th game, earning the LA Kings a spot in the Stanley Cup Final Game. A game that the franchise has not been to since 1993. While this is exciting for the team, they have their work cut out for them as they go up against the unexpected Eastern Champions, The New Jersey Devils. The Kings played much like they did in the first two series against the Coyotes,...

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Kings to the Cup?

May 18, 2012
Kings to the Cup?

In a similar fashion to the last two series, the Kings have taken the first three games against the Phoenix Coyotes to give them a fair lead. This win is putting the Kings one step closer to the Cup final, which they haven’t been to since 1993. This also spells out trouble for their rivals, especially since game 4 is once again going to be in LA’s Staples Center. If the Kings continue to play the way they have, they might get out of...

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Kings Lead Series

May 14, 2012
Kings Lead Series

With Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals complete, The Kings have the early lead with the first win of 4-2.  Like the previous two series they have played, the Kings are poised to win with early goals scored and their quick goalie Jonathan Quick. (Notice the pun.) However, this is only game 1, and Phoenix was playing equally as well offensively last night. Although having the home team playoff shirts be white, made it look like they’re fans were rooting for the Kings,...

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Conference Finals Begin

May 13, 2012
Conference Finals Begin

Last night the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals played their final battle against each other for the chance to get the Cup, in a Game 7 tiebreaker. The Capitals, who had a rough start earlier this season, were finally out done by the New York Rangers in a 2-1 victory for the Rangers. Since the game was the tiebreaker, the Rangers were not going to let their chance to win the cup slip from their fingers as Brad Richards  scored the first...

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The Battle Rages On In The East

May 9, 2012
The Battle Rages On In The East

While the other three conferences have wrapped up, we are still waiting to see who will come out the victor in the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals Semi-finals round. To refresh your memory of the outcome of the other series, The Kings took the St. Louis Blues in a sweep of four games, Coyotes defeated the Predators 4-1, which the New Jersey Devils seemed to mimic when they beat the Philadelphia Flyers on home ice last night. With the Coyotes and the Kings...

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Kings Kill Another Top Dog

May 7, 2012
Kings Kill Another Top Dog

I think it’s safe to say “Let’s go Kings,” even if you don’t like the Kings, because frankly they came out of nowhere this season. The Kings had a rough season this year, but they managed to just make into the playoffs this post-season. Wherein they proved once again that it doesn’t matter how you get to the Stanley Cup, just that you get there. They took out number one seed Vancouver Canucks in four games, and then did it again with the number...

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