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Game 40: Los Angeles at Dallas

Dallas Stars 5, Los Angeles Kings 1 Final SOG: LAK - 30; DAL - 31 PP: LAK - 1/5; DAL - 0/4 Attendance: 16,367 First Period 1) LAK PPG - Drew Doughty (4) (Anze Kopitar, Mike Richards), 1:13 2) DAL - Alex Goligoski (2) (Aaron Rome, Vernon Fiddler), 11:16 Second Period No scoring Third Period 3) D... Read More
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April 9 morning skate update

The Kings recently returned from the morning skate at the American Airlines Center. Among today's developments: -Jonathan Quick left the ice first, indicating he has been tabbed as tonight's starter. Not a big surprise, that. -Darryl Sutter confirmed that Dustin Penner will return to the lineu... Read More
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Good morning, Dallas

Munters unit connoisseurs, rejoice! Room 208 looks directly out at this beauty. The Kings are in Dallas for the final time as divisional rivals, and they’ll be facing a desperate Stars team four points out of the playoffs with a game in hand on eighth place Detroit. Known as a team that often br... Read More
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First Taste: Gary Shuchuk

As the 2012-13 season marks the 20th anniversary of the Los Angeles Kings’ 1992-93 run to the Stanley Cup Final, LAKings Insider will be catching up with members of that memorable Kings team as part of a “First Taste” series – a reader-suggested reference to the franchise’s “first taste” of Stanley ... Read More
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Penner activated

Dustin Penner was activated today after missing four games due to a lower body injury. Penner suffered the injury late in the third period while chasing down a loose puck in the 3-2 win at Dallas on March 31. Kyle Clifford admirably kept the seat warm with effective forechecking and physical play... Read More
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Waking up with the Kings: April 8

-Bookended by a shaky start and an ineffective shootout, the Los Angeles Kings etched out an impressive body of work for the majority of Sunday’s 4-3 loss to the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center. Never playing the part of a weary team on the second night of a back-to-back set, the Kings improved as the... Read More