The 13 games on Saturday's NHL schedule are highlighted by the streaking Rangers hosting New Jersey, and the Kings hosting the Sharks in a Western Conference battle in Los Angeles. After a three-day Christmas break, the NHL is back in full force with 13 games Saturday. Show More Summary
For Los Angeles Kings fans and hockey fans everywhere, this is a crucial time of the year when it comes to evaluating prospects. The World Junior Championship is set to begin in Montreal and Toronto, with the American and Canadian squads looking like the favorites to win gold. The Kings have one prospect in particular they will keep their eye on. Show More Summary
Seth Rogen and his co-writer/co-director Evan Goldberg surprise a crowd at the first public screening of their movie The Interview on early Thursday morning (December 25) at Cinefamily in Los Angeles. “Thank you so f—king much for coming,” Seth told the crowd at the midnight screening. “We thought this might not happen at all.” “This [...]
The Los Angeles Kings blew a 3-0 lead over the Calgary Flames to lose 4-3 Monday. Now they have a few days off before returning to action on December 27 against the San Jose Sharks. The Kings have struggled of late, winning just three of their past nine games. Show More Summary
Location: The Nuart Theatre, 11272 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Los Angeles, CA 90025 Link out: Click here Date: January 23, 2015 at midnight Description: Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece, adapted from the Stephen King novel, screens at midnight as part of the Nuart’s Cine Insomnia series.
Photo by Rocky Widner Sacramento, CA - Despite being down the Kings rallied back to end their five-game losing skid when they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 108-101. Sacramento began the game on a 15-7 run, and collectively they displayed...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers lost their third in a row Sunday night, a 108-101 stinker against the Sacramento Kings. Kobe Bryant finished with 25 points, but shot staggeringly poorly from […] The post Kobe Bryant Thinks it Makes Sense to Sit Out a Game or Two appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Sacramento Kings will look to avoid their sixth straight loss when they host the Los Angeles Lakers at Sleep Train Arena Sunday night. The good news for the Kings is that they have DeMarcus Cousins back. Cousins, who missed 10 games...Show More Summary
For pure drama, the greatest moment in Los Angeles sports this season was created by Alec Martinez, twice, with one goal that put the Kings into the Stanley Cup Final and another that won the Cup in double overtime.
Through four games (three starts) with the St. Louis Blues, Martin Brodeur is 2-2-0 with a 3.59 goals-against average and.882 save percentage. He allowed six goals—one on a shot from center ice—in a 6-4 loss to the Los Angeles KingsShow More Summary
Hockey, like most sports, is all about the bounces sometimes. For a perfect example of that, look no further than this Dwight King goal from last night’s game between the St. Louis Blues and the Los Angeles Kings. With the Kings clinging to a 5-4 lead midway through the third period (after erasing a 3-0 […]
The defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings continue to slide, having lost five of their last six games. Scoring is one of the problems, and there are a few forwards in particular who haven't met expectations in recent weeks. Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks have been talking about making a Stanley Cup run in 2014-15 for months. Long before they got to training camp in September, the Blackhawks made their feelings known. The loss to the Los Angeles Kings in the Western...Show More Summary
Coming off three straight long postseasons, the Los Angeles Kings were inevitably set to fall prey to fatigue — both physical and mental — in 2014-15. Even with that factor in mind, though, the defending Stanley Cup champions have underperformed thus far. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Kings are struggling of late, with losses in four of their last five games, all of which have come against Eastern Conference opponents. There's no one major issue to account for the losses—no star player out with mumps or terrible goaltending—it's simply a cold stretch. Show More Summary
While the NHL has been largely praised for the firm stance it has taken on Los Angeles Kings defenceman Slava Voynov, there have been dissenters. Foremost among them has been the team itself, which has given lip service to supporting...Show More Summary
Monday, December 15 Los Angeles Lakers at Indiana Pacers (NBAtv 7 pm) Local Broadcast Tuesday, December 16 Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies (ESPN 8 pm) Mike Breen, Doug Collins Oklahoma City Thunder at Sacramento Kings (ESPN 10:30...Show More Summary
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Monday that there’s enough evidence for the felony domestic violence case against Kings defenseman Slava Voynov to proceed.
A judge says Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov should stand trial on a felony domestic violence charge.
Details of the domestic violence arrest involving Slava Voynov, defenseman for the Los Angeles Kings, are emerging in a preliminary hearing in Los Angeles and they’re disturbing. Voynov, who has pleaded not guilty to a felony count of corporal injury to a spouse with great bodily injury, listened as, for the first time, prosecutors revealed […]