March 2017 - Page 4 of 20 - LA Kings Insider

Audio: Quick hits with Cam Talbot

What's the blogging equivalent of stick taps? Whatever they are, give 'em to Cam Talbot, who answered a variety of questions from multiple media outlets on a day in which he's tabbed to start in net. (This isn't to nobly salute someone for talking to the press, but speaking with goalies on the days ... Read More

Good morning, Edmonton

Good morning, again, Western Canada, and good morning, Insiders. I can confirm that the Kings are in fact in Edmonton, and not on Kepler-70b, an exoplanet that closely orbits its Subdwarf B host, Kepler-70. (This east-facing room got awfully bright at six in the morning.) But say we _were_ on Kep... Read More

Meanwhile, back in Gundo

It's a practice day at the corner of Mariposa and Nash, and shortly before 10:00 a.m. the Kings took the ice to get work in prior to their flight to Edmonton. Because there are only three colors of jerseys represented, it wouldn't be a surprise if the team worked special teams detail today. (UPDATE:... Read More

March 26: Reign game breakdown

Reign game breakdown For the first time since mid-February, the Reign have won two games in a row. The feat was accomplished by the Reign scoring yet again, the game's first goal in a 2-0 win over San Antonio on Saturday in Ontario. The team was backstopped by Jack Campbell, who staved off a flurry... Read More

Waking up with the Kings: March 26

In another game in which the Los Angeles Kings outshot, vastly out-attempted and narrowly out-chanced their opponents, they again lacked any finishing ability and could not establish or benefit from the convergence of bodies, pucks and chaos in front of the net during a quiet home loss. It’s not eas... Read More

The view from New York

Newsday Antti Raanta earns fourth shutout as Rangers beat Kings "Raanta came into the game 2-0-1 against the Kings, with a 1.97 goals-against average and .927 save percentage. He had allowed one goal or fewer in two of his three appearances against them. Quick had allowed two or fewer goals in... Read More

March 25 postgame notes

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 48-66-19 all-time against New York, a record that includes a home mark of 27-29-12. The Rangers swept a season series of at least two games against the Kings for the first time since 1996-97. New York’s shutout was the first shutout of Los Angeles since December 1... Read More