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Martinez weathers a close call

Alec Martinez suffered a frightening injury while playing for HC TPS in Turku, Finland during the lockout when a slapshot from Tappara defenseman Juha Leimu caught him directly under the visor in November. Coverage of that incident can be found here and here. In Thursday’s game against Nashville,... Read More
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Penner’s return?

It is likely that there will be a line adjustment for Saturday night’s game in Anaheim. Dustin Penner was in a white practice jersey on Friday, as were Mike Richards and Jeff Carter, which would indicate that the line that provided the Kings some clutch contributions and consistent production during... Read More
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The view from Nashville

Joshua Cooper provides excellent hockey coverage for The Tennessean, and he has your Nashville-centric recap, along with videos and photos following last night's game. Nashville Predators edge Kings in eight-round shootout Follow Joshua Cooper on Twitter: @JoshuaCooper... Read More
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A (belated) introduction

In the hustle to get some content out before last night's game, I neglected to post my introduction. So, without further delay... Hello! I’m Jon Rosen, the new writer and editor at LAKingsInsider.com. I’d like to keep this brief, because this isn’t really about me. It’s about you. So much of t... Read More
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Game 6: Los Angeles vs Nashville

Los Angeles Kings vs Nashville Predators Thursday, January 31, 2013, 7:30 pm Staples Center Referees: Dave Jackson, Gord Dwyer Linesmen: Mark Wheler, Vaughan Rody NAS scratches: D Jonathon Blum, F Brian McGrattan NAS starting lineup: G Pekka Rinne, D Shea Weber, D Scott Hannan, LW ... Read More
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Preview: Nashville Predators

This is the first of three meetings between Los Angeles and Nashville this season. After tonight, the two teams will meet on Thursday, February 7 at Bridgestone Arena and on Monday, March 4 at Staples Center. Last year, the Kings finished 3-1-0 against the Predators, going 2-0-0 at home and 1-1-0... Read More
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Former King Clune ready to face L.A.

Former Los Angeles Kings forward Rich Clune, who previously cleared waivers in October, 2010, was claimed on waivers by the Nashville Predators on January 15, the same day that former Kings prospect Thomas Hickey was claimed by the New York Islanders. Prior to this season, Clune’s entire NHL regu... Read More