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NYC mayor sings 'I Love L.A.' to settle Stanley Cup wager

New York - New York's mayor settled a Stanley Cup wager with Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti by singing "I Love L.A." live on Jimmy Kimmel Monday night.

Op-Ed: Three NHL playoff stars and three terrible trades

Whether transactions are made because of salary dumps, a playoff push, or the removal of a player that wants a change of scenery, the art of a trade is one that often leaves one team in heaven and one team in hell.

NHL Scores: LA Kings top Oilers for seventh straight victory

Edmonton - The LA Kings are playing their best hockey of the year, winning for the seventh straight game with a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.

Nolan tries running Henrik Sedin but won't fight Tom Sestito

There's an unspoken rule in the NHL that if you try running a top player, not just bodycheck, but hurt, you have to face the music. Jordan Nolan, all 6'3" and 230 pounds of him, did the first part Monday night but turtled when it came to the second.

L.A. Kings goalie Martin Jones wins again, assists on game-winner

L.A. Kings rookie goalie Martin Jones made it seven games, seven wins Thursday, beating the San Jose Sharks in L.A., 4-1. This time he narrowly missed a shutout, but he's already got 3 and he did manage his first NHL point on Tyler Toffoli's game-winner.

Another shutout for Martn Jones as Kings blank Edmonton Oilers

L.A. Kings goalie Martin Jones is now 6 wins in 6 starts this season, and in his NHL career, and he recorded his third shutout in those games on Tuesday night. Jones and his teammates blanked the hapless Edmonton Oilers on home-ice, 3-0.

Martin Jones adds to amazing run in Kings net, beats Maple Leafs

There is no stopping L.A. Kings goalie Martin Jones, or more to the point there's nothing he can't stop. On Wednesday night Jones made it 4 NHL games and 4 NHL wins with a well-deserved 3-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Kings goalie Martin Jones tops NHL debut with shutout in game 2

Martin Jones has got to be feeling real good about himself right about now. After a 3-2 win in his NHL debut Tuesday Jones got the start Saturday night and won again. This time he got a shutout as the Kings beat the New York Islanders, 3-0.

Memorable NHL debut from L.A. Kings goalie Martin Jones

It took hard-working L.A. Kings goalie Martin Jones 149 games in the AHL and one in the ECHL, to earn his chance in the show. But it finally came Tuesday, Dec. 3 and the undrafted native of North Vancouver made his NHL debut a memorable one.

NHL: Buffalo shocks LA Kings, wins first home game this season

Buffalo - It's already been a long year for the Buffalo Sabres as they have struggled at the start of the 2013-14 NHL season, but a recent glimmer of hope and their first home win of the season, could mean this young team is turning a corner.

NHL News - Toronto Maple Leafs acquire Jonathan Bernier

Toronto - The Toronto Maple Leafs took a big step forward in solving their problem in the net by acquiring LA Kings goalie Jonathan Bernier on Sunday.

NHL News and Rumors — Flyers Looking to deal for Jonathan Bernier

Philadelphia - The LA Kings made a good run at winning back to back NHL titles this season, but now that their year is over, the front office is looking to make some roster changes and backup goalie Jonathan Bernier is officially on the trading block.

Blackhawks' Duncan Keith receives 1 game suspension

Los Angeles - Chicago Blackhawks' defenceman Duncan Keith has received a one-game suspension for high sticking. He slashed Los Angeles Kings' forward Jeff Carter during game 3 of the Western Conference finals.

Duncan Keith on game 3 high sticking: 'It was an accident'

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith claimed his high sticking incident during game 3 of the Western Conference finals was an accident.

L.A. Kings Twitter account apologizes for rape joke

During the second period of Game 4 between the San Jose Sharks and the L.A. Kings, the Twitter account @LAKings published a joke about sexual assault. It was written by guest live-tweeter Kevin Ryder, an L.A. radio host.

Roberto Luongo's big game vs. Kings nets Canucks just one point

Roberto Luongo was the best player on the ice in the Vancouver Canucks game in L.A. Monday night but it didn't get him his first win of the season. The Canucks took a 2-0 lead and tried depending on their new 2nd string goalie, but the Kings fought back.

Kings having Devil of a time finishing off New Jersey, lose 2-1

The L.A. Kings have finally lost a road game in these Stanley Cup playoffs and in doing so let the New Jersey Devils back into the final. The Kings still lead the series 3 games to 2, and Monday will try again to win the Cup on home-ice.

Op-Ed: Kings are built to compete for years to come

With a roster that is finally coming to fruition, and players like Anze Kopitar, Drew Doughty, and Mike Richards signed to long-term deals, the Kings team that has suddenly emerged as a Western Conference powerhouse will be together for a long time.

NHL blaming the victim, investigating Phoenix for post-game rants

Phoenix - The NHL announced today that they're opening an investigation into a team it owns. The league, which took over ownership of the Phoenix Coyotes in 2009, is looking at Coyote players for actions after their elimination from the playoffs.

The Hockey Gods seem to like Dustin Brown - for now

For now the Hockey Gods, the capricious givers of hockey success, clearly favor Dustin Brown. Despite a Raffi Torres-like hit in round 1 and channeling Brad 'Cheapshot' Marchant in round 3, Brown has bowled his way through these playoffs unscathed.

Vancouver Canucks, L.A. Kings start time for Sunday up in air

The Vancouver Canucks have a big hill to climb and will continue their journey Sunday in Vancouver in game 5 of their first round series with the L.A. Kings. As of the afternoon of Thurs., April 19 game time had not been announced.

Op-Ed: NHL Playoffs Western Conference Preview

The Vancouver Canucks are once again at the top of the heap in the Western Conference. Do they have what it takes to get back to the finals, or will the riots start early?

Jeff Carter to L.A. Kings for Jack Johnson, first-rounder

This may be the deal that opens the floodgates of NHL trades leading up to the Feb. 27 deadline as forward Jeff Carter was dealt to the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday for Jack Johnson and a first round draft pick.

Op-Ed: Predicting the NHL's Western Conference

From top to bottom the Western Conference is generally seen as the stronger of the two in the NHL. But even though the Vancouver Canucks finished with a whopping 117 points last year, the 2010-2011 season didn’t end with a Western champion.
 

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Dustin Brown is currently a favorite of the Hockey Gods.
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Anze Kopitar pictured with the Stanley Cup at the LA Kings parade and rally on Monday, June 16, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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