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June 10, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr was scheduled to undergo surgery on his arm on Monday, a surprise addition to the previously known list of players who were plagued by injuries during the team's postseason journey. It's believed that Regehr's elbow needed repair after the Kings' five-game loss to Chicago in the Western Conference final. Team captain Dustin Brown, who tore the posterior cruciate ligament in his  knee during the San Jose series, said Monday he won't need surgery but will need about four to six weeks' rest.
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April 10, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
EDMONTON, Canada - Records, refining and an imminent retirement. The three Rs marked the Kings' final regular-season road game as they defeated the Edmonton Oilers, 3-0, on Thursday night at Rextall Place behind Marian Gaborik's three-point effort and the fourth shutout of the season for rookie goalie Martin Jones. Records were matched and others broken with the Kings' late-season tour of the also-rans in the Pacific Division ending, thankfully, as did their three-game losing streak.
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April 1, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman, Los Angeles Times
The question has bedeviled the Kings throughout this lockout-shortened season: What to do about the Willie Mitchell conundrum? In acquiring 32-year-old veteran defenseman Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres on Monday for two second-round draft picks, the Kings took a significant step in trying to fill the injured Mitchell's absence, which will be keenly felt during the playoffs. Although injured defenseman Matt Greene is expected to return at the end of April, the Kings have been working under the premise that Mitchell and his injured knee won't be back this season.
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April 9, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
CALGARY, Canada - After 80 regular-season games, it is official: The Kings will be making their way to San Jose. That's where they will open the first round of the playoffs with many signs pointing to a Game 1 possibly Wednesday at San Jose. The drama in Anaheim with the Ducks beating the Sharks paved the way and set up the playoff matchups. At the same time, there was an uneven game going on at the Scotiabank Saddledome as the Calgary Flames won, 4-3, needing a shootout after the Kings rallied from a three-goal deficit.
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January 17, 2014 | Helene Elliott
DETROIT - Defenseman Jake Muzzin's emotions swung quickly Thursday from exhilaration to exasperation. The 24-year-old scored the Kings' first goal against St. Louis - his first point in 15 games - but was responsible for the Blues' equalizer after his shot on goal was blocked and turned into a breakaway for T.J. Oshie. Muzzin impeded Oshie, who was awarded a penalty shot and scored. "Stuff's going to happen. There's no sense dwelling on it or letting it affect the rest of your game," he said Friday after the Kings practiced at Joe Louis Arena.
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February 6, 2014 | By Kevin Baxter
The Kings honored their six Olympians on Thursday, inviting them to take one more trip around the Staples Center ice before leaving for Sochi and next week's tournament. But all six had to put in a little extra work on their way out the door. And that led to a nice parting gift, with defenseman Robyn Regehr scoring in overtime to end a four-game losing streak and give the Kings a 2-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. Regehr's goal, on a rising shot from just off the left circle at 2 minutes 33 seconds, also gave the Kings their fourth win in six overtime periods this season.
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July 18, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
The Kings on Thursday signed captain Dustin Brown to an eight-year, $47-million contract extension through the 2021-22 season. Brown, 28, has been a King throughout his nine-year NHL career and the captain since 2008 and helped lift the Kings to the Stanley Cup finals, where the team defeated New Jersey in 2012. The 2009 NHL All-Star has appeared in 50 playoff games with the team and has 388 points with 452 penalty minutes in 641 regular season games, with 25 game-winning goals.
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September 9, 2013
After two knee surgeries, one missed season and long months of rehabilitation, Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell is ready to plunge back into his NHL career. "No tiptoeing into this. I've been scrimmaging with the guys, practicing, doing everything full steam and business as usual," Mitchell said Sunday during the team's Fan Fest event at Staples Center. "I had my first procedure on my knee and everyone, including myself, was rushing to get me back and it was probably a little too much, too soon.
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January 24, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
First off the Dodger Stadium ice Friday, Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr assessed, “It's soft, but it'll be fine.” The Kings' hourlong skate in advance of Saturday night's first Stadium Series game against their Pacific Division-rival Ducks at Dodger Stadium went orderly in 64-degree temperatures. The ice was most damp in front of the teams' bench area, but didn't obviously hinder the Kings going through their routine. “It has kind of a hollow feel to it, but it's outdoors and we're in Southern California.
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May 31, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
CHICAGO - The leisurely pace of doing business is largely a thing of the past for NHL general managers. Not only is the Kings' Dean Lombardi balancing the present - Game 1 of the Western Conference finals is here on Saturday - but he is managing the future. That future includes a lower salary cap for next season, $64.3 million. Ordinarily, the Kings would not be announcing contract extensions in the heat of the playoffs. But they did so with defenseman Robyn Regehr on Thursday, a two-year extension worth $6 million.
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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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February 6, 2014 | By Kevin Baxter
The Kings honored their six Olympians on Thursday, inviting them to take one more trip around the Staples Center ice before leaving for Sochi and next week's tournament. But all six had to put in a little extra work on their way out the door. And that led to a nice parting gift, with defenseman Robyn Regehr scoring in overtime to end a four-game losing streak and give the Kings a 2-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. Regehr's goal, on a rising shot from just off the left circle at 2 minutes 33 seconds, also gave the Kings their fourth win in six overtime periods this season.
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February 1, 2014 | By Jim Peltz
The Kings held a pregame ceremony at center ice Saturday for defenseman Robyn Regehr, who was about to play his 1,000th career game. But there was little else for Regehr or his teammates to celebrate once the game against the Philadelphia Flyers began at Staples Center, as the Kings' missing offense remained nowhere to be found. Goals by former King Wayne Simmonds and Claude Giroux gave the Flyers a 2-0 victory over the Kings (30-21-6), L.A.'s eighth loss in its last nine games.
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January 31, 2014 | By Helene Elliott and Lisa Dillman
Zach Parise of the Minnesota Wild was appointed captain of the U.S. men's hockey team for the upcoming Sochi Olympics, with Kings captain Dustin Brown and Minnesota defenseman Ryan Suter appointed the alternate captains. Parise was an alternate captain of the 2010 U.S. team that won a silver medal at the Vancouver Olympics and was the captain of the New Jersey Devils before he left as a free agent to sign with the Wild. Team USA General Manager David Poile said the coaching staff had identified Parise as its choice for the captaincy through conversations during and after the brief orientation camp last summer.
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January 24, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
First off the Dodger Stadium ice Friday, Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr assessed, “It's soft, but it'll be fine.” The Kings' hourlong skate in advance of Saturday night's first Stadium Series game against their Pacific Division-rival Ducks at Dodger Stadium went orderly in 64-degree temperatures. The ice was most damp in front of the teams' bench area, but didn't obviously hinder the Kings going through their routine. “It has kind of a hollow feel to it, but it's outdoors and we're in Southern California.
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January 17, 2014 | Helene Elliott
DETROIT - Defenseman Jake Muzzin's emotions swung quickly Thursday from exhilaration to exasperation. The 24-year-old scored the Kings' first goal against St. Louis - his first point in 15 games - but was responsible for the Blues' equalizer after his shot on goal was blocked and turned into a breakaway for T.J. Oshie. Muzzin impeded Oshie, who was awarded a penalty shot and scored. "Stuff's going to happen. There's no sense dwelling on it or letting it affect the rest of your game," he said Friday after the Kings practiced at Joe Louis Arena.
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January 31, 2014 | By Helene Elliott and Lisa Dillman
Zach Parise of the Minnesota Wild was appointed captain of the U.S. men's hockey team for the upcoming Sochi Olympics, with Kings captain Dustin Brown and Minnesota defenseman Ryan Suter appointed the alternate captains. Parise was an alternate captain of the 2010 U.S. team that won a silver medal at the Vancouver Olympics and was the captain of the New Jersey Devils before he left as a free agent to sign with the Wild. Team USA General Manager David Poile said the coaching staff had identified Parise as its choice for the captaincy through conversations during and after the brief orientation camp last summer.
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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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September 20, 2013
Ducks defenseman Luca Sbisa suffered a sprained ankle in the team's preseason opener Monday against Phoenix and is expected to be out two weeks, a team official said Thursday. A team spokesman said Sbisa, 23, has not yet been ruled out of the Ducks' Oct. 2 regular-season opener at Colorado. Sbisa, from Italy, had a goal and seven assists last season, averaging 19 minutes 50 seconds of ice time, and had 23 penalty minutes in 41 games. The Ducks also trimmed their roster to 41 players, sending 12 players to minor league Norfolk (Va.)
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September 14, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
As the Kings' coaches try to best assemble the defense corps, it's almost like an active construction site. Only with helmets instead of hard hats. Who fits best with the core pieces, the likes of Drew Doughty, Slava Voynov, Matt Greene and Robyn Regehr? "If we're healthy, nobody's taking Drew's place," Kings Coach Darryl Sutter said Saturday. "Nobody's taking Slava's place. Nobody's taking Greener's place. Nobody's taking Robyn's place. "After that, there's holes there. There's boxes that don't have a name in there yet. Who's going to be Drew's partner?
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