The Kings are on to the second round of the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs and are beyond an incredibly physical and taxing series against the St. Louis Blues. While the team won the series, almost every game was a coin flip that could have gone either way. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Kings wrapped up a brutal and hard-fought series against the fourth-seeded St. Louis Blues Friday night to prevail in six games. It wasn't easy, but the Kings rallied from two games down and won four straight to secure a berth in the second round for a second straight year. Show More Summary
It certainly was an exercise of contrasts when after watching the Kings clinch their first round playoff series against the St. Louis Blues last night, I come over to watch the Dodgers tangle with the Miami Marlins tonight. On one night I watch hockey at its finest. The next night? Well, it was a Marlins-Dodgers game. [ more › ]
It was déjà vu for the St. Louis Blues as the Los Angeles Kings eliminated them from the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second straight year on Friday. The defending Stanley Cup Champions won 2-1 to take the series 4-2. The six games were close and only won by one goal. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Kings 2, St. Louis Blues 1 FINAL SCORE The Kings advanced to the second round of the playoffs by beating the Blues 2-1. LA wins the series 4-2, a tight series in which every game was decided by one goal. Drew Doughty scored in the first period for the Kings but Chris Porter answered midway through the 2nd for St. Show More Summary
It was on this day in 1970 that the Boston Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues to capture the team’s first Stanley Cup since 1941. The Bruins won the game 4-3 in overtime to sweep the Blues in their best-of-seven series. Game Four of the series would go into overtime, but it did not last [...]
Three of the four NHL playoff contests on Friday are elimination games. The Toronto Maple Leafs, St. Louis Blues and Detroit Red Wings will all be fighting to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Blues and the Leafs are in an especially tough situation. Show More Summary
Rams GM Les Snead joins the program to break down the successful offseason in St. Louis. Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey are now wearing a different shade of blue and gold, but can they fortify the receiving corps QB Sam Bradford ne...
Slava Voynov nailed a breakaway game-winning goal for the Los Angeles Kings to win 3-2 and take a series lead by the same margin against the St. Louis Blues. The Kings win despite a much more aggressive Blues' squad at home and giving up a last-minute goal in regulation. Show More Summary
Paints quite the atrocious picture.
The Los Angeles Kings won 4-3 in Game 4 in Los Angeles and now head to St. Louis to take on the Blues Wednesday night in a critical Game 5 contest. The first three games of the series were tight-checking, physical affairs all won by the home team. Show More Summary
Last night, as my beloved (when it’s convenient) St. Louis Blues were allowing the Los Angeles Kings to score two goals in the third period and even the series at [...] The post With Leather’s Watch This: NBC Needs To Move Retta To NHL Game Coverage appeared first on With Leather.
With scores of 2-1, 2-1 and 1-0, no one would have thought Game 4 between the Kings and the St. Louis Blues would see a bevvy of goals being scored. But that's what happened. After falling into an early 2-0 deficit, the Kings rallied back to win 4-3 and evened up the series as it heads back to St. Louis. [ more › ]
The St. Louis Blues and Los Angeles Kings are in a series for the ages. In what was highly regarded as the best potential first-round series, the Blues and Kings are playing a very physical and defensive match. Every game in the series has been a one-goal game highlighted by the outstanding goaltenders. Show More Summary
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full swing, and yesterday’s Game 3 between the LA Kings and St. Louis Blues
It appears that this year's road to the Stanley Cup isn't going to be as easy as last season for the Los Angeles Kings. After suffering heartbreaking back-to-back losses against the St. Louis Blues, the Kings will head back to the drawing board at Staples Center to correct their offensive woes. Show More Summary
If we have learned anything from watching a seven-game series in any sport, it is that a 2-0 lead means very little, especially when your next two games are on the road. We have also learned that a 3-0 lead in sports is practically a death sentence. Show More Summary
Anyone who watched the Kings Stanley Cup run last season would have been shocked after watching last night's 2-1 overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues. The Kings, save for Jonathan Quick, were nonexistent through 59 minutes. Quick made...Show More Summary
Last night in St. Louis, the Blues dominated the defending Stanley Cup champion L.A. Kings for the majority of the game. They won 44 of 69 faceoffs, outshot the Kings 36-19 in regulation, and had the majority of the scoring chances. So how on earth did this game end up going into overtime? The answer [...]
The Blues beat the Kings last night in Game 1 of their Western Conference first round matchup thanks to a shocking overtime goal. Alexander Steen stole the puck from Kings goalie Jonathan Quick and put it in the net while St. Louis was short-handed and trying to kill a double-minor. Show More Summary