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May 26, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
SAN JOSE -- Kings center Jarret Stoll, who sustained a concussion on a hit from San Jose Sharks winger Raffi Torres in Game 1 of the teams' Western Conference semifinal playoff series, said Sunday he feels good and will continue to be active as long as he has no recurrence of headaches or other symptoms. He said he has no timetable for his return. “Push it more and more every day, without setbacks. You have a setback, you have to start over again,” he said in his first public comments since the incident.
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April 25, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
Whether you think of it as HP Pavilion, the Shark Tank, its current corporate name, SAP Center, or "the cage" as Kings Coach Darryl Sutter colorfully offered, one thing is evident: The cage has become just that for the Kings in the playoffs, living quarters getting a little tight and the team possessing a championship pedigree unable to get out of town with a win. San Jose has recorded five straight victories at home in the playoffs against the...
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January 3, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
The Kings' Jarret Stoll does not have a verified Twitter account. But then again, he probably doesn't need to have one. The low-key guy with the history of dating high-profile women was dominating social media after Erin Andrews tweeted a photo of them together on New Year's Eve. For the record, Andrews, the well-known media personality, has 1.6 million-plus followers on twitter. Social media gossip aside, Stoll has had an impressive seven months. Winning the Stanley Cup in June.
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April 24, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
The band is getting back together. Well, at least two-thirds of it. Based on line rushes at Thursday's morning skate at Staples Center, it appears as though Kings captain Dustin Brown and center Anze Kopitar will be reunited for Game 4 against the Sharks on Tuesday night. They were a fixture, along with winger Justin Williams, during the Kings' run to the Stanley Cup in 2012, and a frequent partnership during many of their years with the Kings. There is a slight wrinkle, however, as Marian Gaborik was with them on Thursday morning.
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July 3, 2013 | Staff and wire reports
Kings center Jarret Stoll was rushed to a hospital early Wednesday, having suffered a seizure at his Hermosa Beach home, Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi said. Lombardi said that tests were run on Stoll and that it was expected he would be released later in the day. He said Stoll was taken to Little Company of Mary Hospital in Torrance, and Lombardi visited him there Wednesday morning. "Everything is OK. They've run some tests and they still had another one to run," Lombardi told The Times.
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June 1, 2013 | By David Wharton
CHICAGO - If there was a bright note for the Kings on an otherwise rough Saturday at the United Center, it was the return of Jarret Stoll , who had missed more than two weeks with a concussion. Playing short shifts during a 2-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, the veteran center contributed 15 minutes and won 53% of his draws in the faceoff circle, where his team had struggled. The game marked his first attempt at full contact since May 14, when he absorbed a high check that got San Jose Sharks left wing Raffi Torres suspended for the remainder of the second round.
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November 26, 2011 | By Helene Elliott
So, Terry Murray, looking at center Jarret Stoll's numbers this season…. "What numbers?" the Kings' coach said before hearing the entire question. Cruel, maybe, but accurate. Stoll, a 20-goal scorer last season, had one goal this season — and none in 17 games — before the Kings faced the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday night at Staples Center. Overall he had six points in 22 games. The Kings have gotten solid contributions from their top two lines, solving a longtime problem, but to compete with the NHL's top teams they'll need more than they've gotten from their third and fourth lines.
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November 2, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
  Thirteen games went by in relatively uneventful fashion and the Kings managed to stay fairly free of injury, a refreshing trend from past seasons. Games 14 and 15 were their undoing. In consecutive games, they lost two of their top four centers - Jeff Carter and, on Saturday night, Jarret Stoll. Nashville beat the Kings, 4-3, their first loss in their last four games at Staples Center. The game-winner came after a long stretch in which the Kings had been dominating the run of play.
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October 14, 2010 | By Dan Arritt
The Kings were listless and the crowd had fallen silent. The home opener Tuesday night against the Atlanta Thrashers was in desperate need of a spark. Then it came. Ryan Smyth slapped in a rebound to tie the score, then center Jarret Stoll took a pass from Smyth and slammed the puck toward the Atlanta goal, getting a timely deflection off the stick of a Thrashers defender for a score. Suddenly, the Kings were alive and the sellout crowd was ecstatic. "It could be a fight, it could be a great shift, a couple big hits, whatever," Stoll said.
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May 15, 2013 | Helene Elliott
San Jose winger Raffi Torres' jarring hit of Kings center Jarret Stoll on Tuesday triggered a sizable ripple effect that could alter the tone and course of the teams' Western Conference semifinal playoff series. The ripples could spread far enough for the Kings to lose a valued penalty killer for a while and for the NHL to severely punish Torres, a multiple repeat offender under the league's often murky code of justice. Torres was suspended Wednesday pending an in-person hearing scheduled Thursday in New York with the NHL's Department of Player Safety.
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April 24, 2014 | Helene Elliott
Their big guys played big, the leaders led by fearless example, and the Kings, on the brink of going home for the summer, got the result they so urgently needed, a 6-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Thursday at Staples Center that extended their season by at least one more game. "We're alive," said winger Marian Gaborik, who played a huge part in resuscitating them by scoring their first and fifth goals. Justin Williams scored twice in a three-goal spree in the second period, and rookie Tyler Toffoli chipped in with the kind of skillful goal the Kings need from him in the short- and long-term future.
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April 22, 2014 | Helene Elliott
The Kings tried to reestablish their identity Tuesday and climb back into their first-round playoff series against San Jose. However, the resilient but still-flawed performance now leaves them facing an early end to their season. And, maybe, to an era. It wasn't enough that they shook off the two beatdowns they had absorbed in the first two games at San Jose and put together strong stretches Tuesday at Staples Center. Patrick Marleau's backhander off the stick of Kings defenseman Slava Voynov 6 minutes and 20 seconds into overtime gave San Jose a 4-3 victory and put the Kings on the brink of being swept out of the playoffs.
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March 25, 2014 | Helene Elliott
WASHINGTON - Every sign pointed to the Kings losing to the Capitals on Tuesday, and they could have trotted out the cliched but reasonable excuse of lacking energy at the end of a back-to-back sequence on the road, against a team desperate to make the playoffs. They didn't settle for a respectable defeat. If the Kings go far in the playoffs - and their 5-4 shootout victory made that seem distinctly possible - it will be because they've shown they're capable of blending poise, determination and scoring into a potent mix. BOX SCORE: Kings 5, Washington 4 (SO)
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March 25, 2014 | By Helene Elliott
WASHINGTON -- At least Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is consistent. His standard response when asked which goaltender will start a particular game is, “Be there for the song,” meaning you'll see who it is when the starters are on the ice for the national anthem. Mostly, he doesn't want to give anything away. Although he didn't use those exact words Tuesday, he still wouldn't disclose whether Jonathan Quick - the winner Monday at Philadelphia - or Martin Jones will start Tuesday against the Capitals.
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March 19, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
Kings captain Dustin Brown looked ready after a full practice Wednesday and a serious "bag skate" for about 50 minutes Tuesday. On top of that, he sounded poised to rejoin the lineup after a two-game absence because of a lower-body injury. The targeted game: Thursday against the Washington Capitals at Staples Center. "We'll see how it goes the next 24 hours but based off today, I think I'm ready to go," Brown said Wednesday after practice. "Just making sure I'm ready to go. Everything has gotten better over the last few days, progressively.
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March 15, 2014 | By Helene Elliott
Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick and winger Dustin Brown, both stricken by flu, will be game-time decisions Saturday night for the encounter with the Ducks at Staples Center. Neither player participated in the Kings' morning skate at El Segundo, an optional session that most veterans skipped. Quick and Brown both missed Friday's practice because they were ill. “We'll see tonight,” Coach Darryl Sutter said Saturday morning when asked if one or both will be available to face the Ducks.
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November 28, 2009
VS. CHICAGO When: 7:30. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: FS West. Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 14-10-2; Blackhawks 16-6-2. Record vs. Blackhawks: 0-1-0. Update: After winning at Edmonton and losing at Vancouver, the Kings return home, where they've lost four of their last five. Brayden Schenn was returned to his junior team after making his NHL debut Wednesday. Rob Scuderi and Jarret Stoll missed both road games and their status is unclear.
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February 27, 2014 | Kevin Baxter
The Kings returned from their three-week Olympic break Wednesday in Colorado. And like most people coming back to work after a long vacation, they were a little rusty. But they refused to knock off early and were rewarded when a tip-in by Anze Kopitar from the edge of the crease 3 minutes 13 seconds into the final period ended a tie and lifted the Kings to a wild 6-4 victory over the Avalanche. "We could have packed it in easily and blamed it on the Olympic break, and it was the first game back and chalk it up with a couple of excuses," Kopitar said.
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January 16, 2014 | By Helene Elliott
ST. LOUIS - Darryl Sutter offered his first few comments Thursday in a dry monotone, suggesting he didn't care to analyze the Kings' 4-1 victory over the Blues and that he had one foot on the team bus out of Scottrade Center. But when Trevor Lewis' name was mentioned, the Kings' coach dropped his impassive expression and pumped his fist, savoring the success of a hard-working forward whose contributions rarely show up on the scoresheet. Lewis was credited with the Kings' second goal - a shot that deflected off the foot of Blues forward Jaden Schwartz and was initially awarded to Dwight King - and made an excellent play to score the third goal while the team was short-handed, helping the Kings end their five-game road losing streak and fend off the surging Blues.
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