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June 24, 2012 | By Lisa Dillman, Los Angeles Times
Dean Lombardi's to-do list shortened … a bit. Still, the Kings president and general manager was sounding tired - even over the phone - after the second day of the NHL's Entry Draft in Pittsburgh. In two days, he re-signed forwards Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser and the Stanley Cup champion Kings selected six players in the draft, one Friday in the first round and five more in rounds two through seven Saturday. Lombardi is expected to meet with forward Dustin Penner in the next couple of days.
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May 16, 2013 | By Helene Elliott and Lisa Dillman
San Jose Sharks forward Raffi Torres was suspended for the remainder of his team's Western Conference semifinal playoff series against the Kings - a ban of up to six games - for what the NHL judged was an illegal hit to the head of Kings center Jarret Stoll on Tuesday. The decision was announced Thursday by Brendan Shanahan, the league's director of player safety, after a hearing in New York that was attended by Torres. Stoll, one of the Kings' primary penalty-killing forwards and a valued third-line center, probably sustained a concussion from the hit, which occurred near the end of the second period of the Kings' 2-0 victory in the series opener.
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April 22, 2012 | Helene Elliott
VANCOUVER, Canada - Dustin Brown had long imagined what it would feel like to be on the winning side of the traditional playoff handshake ceremony in which foes who bash each other for weeks exchange congratulations instead of elbows to the chops. The Kings' captain and emotional leader experienced that exhilaration Sunday for the first time after eight NHL seasons, a wait that sometimes seemed interminable. His patience was rewarded when Jarret Stoll's missile of a wrist shot eluded Vancouver goaltender Cory Schneider 4 minutes and 27 seconds into overtime to give the eighth-seeded Kings a 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena, completing a five-game upset of the league's top-ranked team.
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November 26, 2009
Kings tonight AT VANCOUVER When: 7. Where: General Motors Place. On the air: Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 14-9-2, Canucks 12-11-0. Record vs. Canucks: 0-0-1. Update: The Kings will play back-to-back games for the fifth time this season and third on the road. Though goaltender Jonathan Quick has started 23 games this season, Coach Terry Murray says he is undecided whether backup Erik Ersberg will make his third start tonight.
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June 2, 2013 | By David Wharton
CHICAGO - The Rolling Stones effect on the Kings-Blackhawks playoff series might be extending past schedule conflicts. The Western Conference finals, which continue with Game 2 Sunday night, are beginning with back-to-back games because the United Center must shoehorn hockey in the middle of a weeklong series of concerts by the seminal English rock band. When the arena pulled a quick change from rock and roll to rink for the Blackhawks' Game 7 against Detroit last week, players complained of poor ice quality.
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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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