April 2014 - Page 22 of 24 - LA Kings Insider

Waking up with the Kings: April 3

The schedule clearly publicized a Wednesday, April 2 game against the Phoenix Coyotes, tickets were printed with “PHOENIX COYOTES” represented in all capital letters, and a team wearing white jerseys with swaths of brick red on the socks, pants and shoulders took warm-ups. It’s still unclear who the... Read More

Good morning, San Jose

Traveling to San Jose to play the second night of a back-to-back set is deceivingly tough for a 55-minute flight. Nighttime noise restrictions at SJC mean that teams must fly into Oakland and bus 45 minutes down Interstate-880. Or do you refer to it "The" 880, like we would, Northern Californians? Y... Read More

The View from Phoenix

AZCENTRAL.COM Sarah McLellan: Phoenix Coyotes suffer shutout against Los Angeles Kings "Obviously, we didn't score a goal so something's was wrong there," center Martin Hanzal said. "But I thought L.A. just played a better game tonight. They outcompeted, outhit us, outplayed us today, so it wa... Read More

April 2 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 80-96-32 all-time against the Phoenix franchise, a record that includes a home mark of 44-42-16. The Kings, who finished the season series with a 2-3-0 record, are 8-2-0 in the last 10 meetings against the Coyotes. -The Kings won for the 1,500th time in fran... Read More

Kings win 1,500th game in franchise history

The Los Angeles Kings won their inaugural game, a 4-2 triumph over the Philadelphia Flyers at the Long Beach Arena on October 14, 1967. Brian Kilrea scored the franchise’s very first goal to get Los Angeles on the board, one of four unanswered Kings goals scored in the win. 46 and a half years la... Read More