November 28, 2012 11:03 am

Kings Kronicles Podcast – The Larry Murphy Trade

Hi friends,

Here’s another podcast for you.  In this edition, we take a look at the young career of future Hall of Famer Larry Murphy, who had three big years with the Kings before being traded to Washington for Ken Houston and Brian Engblom on Oct. 18, 1983.  Why did the Kings trade the four-time Stanley Cup Champion?  Find out by clicking here:  The Larry Murphy Trade

In case you’ve missed one of our previous podcasts, we’ve listed them below for your listening pleasure:

Three Kings greats who scored career goal #500 in a Kings uniform: 500 Goals – Click Here

The Kings record-setting 1974-75 season: 1974-75 Season – Click Here

A 1966 radio interview with the Kings’ first owner, Jack Kent Cooke:  Jack Kent Cooke – Click Here

And finally…we remember Bernie Nicholls’ 70-goal season:  Nicholls’ 70-goal Season – Click Here

Keep the great podcast ideas coming and thanks for listening!

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