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April 5, 2009 | Billy Witz
What to make of Brian Boyle? That's a question the Kings will be examining when their season is over, when the King-sized forward becomes a restricted free agent. Boyle, a 6-foot-7, 252-pound center who has spent much of the last two seasons in Manchester, made a compelling case that he belongs in Los Angeles next season by scoring a pair of goals and demonstrating that he's more than willing to throw his weight around in the Kings' 6-1 rout of Phoenix on Saturday night.
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October 7, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
This one evoked shades of his blunder in St. Louis last season and an earlier miscue against the Phoenix Coyotes. But Kings goalie Jonathan Quick's epic gaffe and own-goal against the visiting New York Rangers in the home opener at Staples Center was far more unsightly than those twin mishaps. The best thing that could be said about Monday night's error in the Rangers' 3-1 win was that it didn't occur in the playoffs as the other two did. GAME SUMMARY: Rangers 3, Kings 1 It happened at 4:39 of the third period and drained the energy out of the building and silenced the proceedings.
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SPORTS
November 4, 2008 | Helene Elliott and Chris Foster
7:30, FS West Site -- Staples Center. Radio -- 1150, 830. Records -- Kings 3-6-1, Ducks 7-5-1. Record vs. Ducks --1-0. Update -- The Ducks have earned points in seven straight games (6-0-1), the longest active streak in the NHL. The Kings, meanwhile, have been juggling lines. Oscar Moller will skate with Alexander Frolov and Jarret Stoll, and defenseman Peter Harrold will stay at forward with Patrick O'Sullivan and Brian Boyle. Forward Matt Moulson was sent to minor league Manchester.
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June 28, 2009 | Helene Elliott
While teams stockpiled prospects in the last six rounds of the NHL entry draft, the Kings traded former first-round pick Brian Boyle and the Ducks got a boost when winger Teemu Selanne told them he will fulfill the final season of his contract. Selanne, who will turn 39 next week, had hesitated to commit until he saw whether General Manager Bob Murray would gut the team or go for another Stanley Cup.
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April 2, 1990 | JOSH GETLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Talk about chutzpah. It's bad enough that the Dodgers bummed out Brooklyn 32 years ago when they left for Los Angeles. But now the richest club in baseball is reopening those wounds, and Flatbush is steaming mad. A few weeks ago, see, the Los Angeles club threatened to sue two young fellas who own a little neighborhood bar called The Brooklyn Dodger.
SPORTS
October 7, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
This one evoked shades of his blunder in St. Louis last season and an earlier miscue against the Phoenix Coyotes. But Kings goalie Jonathan Quick's epic gaffe and own-goal against the visiting New York Rangers in the home opener at Staples Center was far more unsightly than those twin mishaps. The best thing that could be said about Monday night's error in the Rangers' 3-1 win was that it didn't occur in the playoffs as the other two did. GAME SUMMARY: Rangers 3, Kings 1 It happened at 4:39 of the third period and drained the energy out of the building and silenced the proceedings.
SPORTS
June 28, 2009 | Helene Elliott
While teams stockpiled prospects in the last six rounds of the NHL entry draft, the Kings traded former first-round pick Brian Boyle and the Ducks got a boost when winger Teemu Selanne told them he will fulfill the final season of his contract. Selanne, who will turn 39 next week, had hesitated to commit until he saw whether General Manager Bob Murray would gut the team or go for another Stanley Cup.
NEWS
July 5, 2009
Hockey: A photo caption in the June 28 Sports section said the Kings traded Brian Boyle to the New York Islanders. Boyle was traded to the New York Rangers.
SPORTS
April 6, 2009 | Billy Witz
AT CALGARY Time: 6:30 PDT. On the air: TV: none. Radio: 1150. Where: Pengrowth Saddledome. Records: Kings 32-35-11, Flames 44-28-6. Record vs. Flames: 0-3. Update: The Kings' final four games -- at Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and home to San Jose -- are against teams chasing the playoffs or a better seeding. Coach Terry Murray said he'll use that atmosphere to test some of his younger players -- particularly restricted free agents Brian Boyle and Teddy Purcell.
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April 9, 2009 | Billy Witz
AT VANCOUVER Time: 7. On the air: TV: None. Radio: 1150. Where: General Motors Place. Records: Kings 33-36-11, Canucks 43-27-10. Record vs. Canucks: 1-2. Update: As if having three consecutive games not be on television isn't enough, the Kings were prevented from practicing Wednesday at General Motors Place because of a Britney Spears concert. Those hoping to make an impression toward next year: rookie winger Wayne Simmonds has goals in back-to-back games; center Brian Boyle, showing desired signs of aggressiveness, has picked up fighting majors in back-to-back games; and Peter Harrold, who has played defense and wing, will spend his second consecutive game at center.
SPORTS
April 5, 2009 | Billy Witz
What to make of Brian Boyle? That's a question the Kings will be examining when their season is over, when the King-sized forward becomes a restricted free agent. Boyle, a 6-foot-7, 252-pound center who has spent much of the last two seasons in Manchester, made a compelling case that he belongs in Los Angeles next season by scoring a pair of goals and demonstrating that he's more than willing to throw his weight around in the Kings' 6-1 rout of Phoenix on Saturday night.
NEWS
April 2, 1990 | JOSH GETLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Talk about chutzpah. It's bad enough that the Dodgers bummed out Brooklyn 32 years ago when they left for Los Angeles. But now the richest club in baseball is reopening those wounds, and Flatbush is steaming mad. A few weeks ago, see, the Los Angeles club threatened to sue two young fellas who own a little neighborhood bar called The Brooklyn Dodger.
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