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Los Angeles Kings' Biggest Takeaways from the Start of 2014 Free Agency

The Los Angeles Kings' biggest move came before free agency opened on July 1 when they re-signed Marian Gaborik to a long-term contract. It was an otherwise quiet free-agency period, as you would expect from a team that won the Stanley...Show More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Corey Crawford in Chicago Blackhawks' 2014-15 Season

Corey Crawford has a Stanley Cup to his credit, and if it were not for one bad bounce in this year's playoffs, he might very well have two on his resume. When the Blackhawks saw the Los Angeles Kings eliminate the New York Rangers in five games in the Stanley Cup Final, it had to hurt Joel Quenneville and Co. Show More Summary

NHL Power Rankings: Where Every Team Stands After Start of Free Agency

The NHL has changed a lot since Alec Martinez scored the double overtime goal that clinched the 2014 Stanley Cup for the Los Angeles Kings. We've seen the draft, buyouts, trades, free agent departures and arrivals and shifts both inShow More Summary

How Mario Diaz Changed Gay Nightlife And Became The Club King

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

For over 20 years club promoter Mario Diaz has combined filth and fun and created some of the most legendary parties in New York and Los Angeles. Mario’s reign as club king began in the mid-1990s when he opened The Cock, the East Village gay bar which became infamous for embracing raunch and seediness.  While Mayor […]

Jordan Farmar agrees to 2-year, $4.2 million deal with Clippers

The Clippers needed a backup point guard after Darren Collison agreed to join the Kings, and they have their man in Farmar. Jordan Farmar has agreed to a two-year, $4.2 million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to Brad Turner...Show More Summary

Kings’ Brown to Obama: Sorry about your Blackhawks — not

To the victor go the spoils, and after toppling the defending champion Blackhawks and then the Rangers en route to the Stanley Cup, the Kings can certainly be described as victors. And so it was that Los Angeles right wing Dustin Brown found himself next to general manager Dean Lombardi, receiving congratulations from President Obama via […]

Los Angeles Kings' Best and Worst Moves in Free Agency So Far

With the core of the team signed long term, the Los Angeles Kings were in a better position than most teams heading into the 2014 free-agent frenzy. However, there were still a few lingering issues to resolve, including addressing the expiring contracts of a few proven veteran players. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Kings Make Smart, Understated Moves Early in Free Agency

The Los Angeles Kings didn ’t exactly make a splash when free agency opened on Tuesday. With a balanced, well-constructed roster, they didn ’t need to. Indeed, the rest of the Western Conference has been trying to catch up to the reigning champions so far this offseason by looking to match L.A.’s strength at center. Show More Summary

Why Isaiah Thomas Is a Real Threat to Bolt Sacramento Kings in Free Agency

As Darren Collison 's time with the Sacramento Kings begins, Isaiah Thomas' Sactown reign may be drawing to a close. According to the Los Angeles Times' Brad Turner, the Kings have poached Collison from the Los Angeles Clippers: PerShow More Summary

Darren Collison agrees to deal with Sacramento, will leave Clippers

Free-agent point guard Darren Collison has agreed to a three-year, $16-million deal with the Sacramento Kings, leaving the Clippers after playing one season in Los Angeles.

Darren Collison to Kings: Latest Contract Details and Reaction

The Sacramento Kings landed one of the most intriguing free agents on the market Thursday as they agreed to a deal with point guard Darren Collison. Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times reported the news: Collison's decision to sign in Sacramento means that his tenure with the Clippers was a short one. Show More Summary

Darren Collison signs with Sacramento Kings

The Los Angeles Clippers' backup point guard has moved north to join DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay. The Sacramento Kings have signed Darren Collison to a three-year, $16 million deal with the Sacramento Kings according to LA Times beat...Show More Summary

Remembering Filmmaker Paul Mazursky, King of Breakfast

Paul Mazursky passed away yesterday. If that name means nothing to you, then you're in the same position I was in as of May 2012, when I was ordered to fly to Los Angeles and film him eating breakfast.At the time, I was a freelance videojournalist. I'd received an email... More »

NHL ETAs for Los Angeles Kings' 2014 Draft Picks

The Los Angeles Kings entered the 2014 NHL draft as Stanley Cup champions and with nine picks were tied for the most in the draft. But after trading Linden Vey to the Vancouver Canucks, the Kings picked up another pick, the 50th overall...Show More Summary

2014 NHL Draft Grades: Complete Results and Report Card for Each Franchise

The Los Angeles Kings may own the Stanley Cup, but they most certainly were not the top dogs over the course of this past weekend's 2014 NHL draft. One would think an organization that just won the top prize has what it takes to walk...Show More Summary

2014 NHL Draft Results: Table of Letter Grades and Overall Analysis

Seven rounds are now in the books, the 2014 NHL draft has drawn to a close, and teams can begin assessing how they did over the two-day spectacle. Although the Los Angeles Kings are still ringing in their Stanley Cup victory, all 30 teams have begun the process of making roster adjustments and assembling a squad for next season. Show More Summary

Roland McKeown: Prospect Profile for Los Angeles Kings' 2nd-Round Pick

Player: Roland McKeown Drafted By: Los Angeles Kings (50th overall) Position: Defenseman Final Central Scouting Ranking: No. 27 North American skater Height/Weight: 6'1'', 186 lbs DOB: January 20, 1996 (18 years old) Most Recent Affiliation:...Show More Summary

Kings deal Linden Vey to Vancouver Canucks for second-round draft pick

At first glance it looked as though the trade of Kings prospect Linden Vey to the Vancouver Canucks for a second-round draft pick on Saturday was all about the glut at center in Los Angeles.

Adrian Kempe: Prospect Profile for Los Angeles Kings' 1st-Round Pick

Player: Adrian Kempe Drafted By: Los Angeles Kings (29th overall) Position: Center Final Central Scouting Ranking: No. 6 European skater Height/Weight: 6'2", 187 lbs DOB: September 13, 1996 (17 years old) Most Recent Affiliation: SHL, MODO Background Adrian Kempe is a talented prospect who has been a boy among men in his homeland of Sweden. Show More Summary

NHL Draft 2014: Los Angeles Kings select Adrian Kempe with No. 29 overall pick

The Los Angeles Kings have selected forward prospect Adrian Kempe with the No. 29 overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The Los Angeles Kings have selected forward prospect Adrian Kempe with the No. 29 overall pick in the 2014 NHL...Show More Summary

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