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25 years since 1992-93 (photos, links); HNIC ’93 intro; community notes; Friend

1992-93 | Friday marks the 25th anniversary of the Kings moving to 1-0 all-time in Stanley Cup Final games. Fresh off a climactic Game 7 in Toronto, the LA Kings made their Cup Final debut two days later in Montreal, as evidenced by Lou McClary confidently escorting Wayne Gretzky into the Montreal F... Full Story

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OC Register Final: Ducks clinch division title with, 4-3, OT win over Kings "Eaves continued his goal scoring tear with his fourth in five games and ninth in 11. His 11 tallies in 20 games with the Ducks has given them a major boost but the winger would leave the ice with an upper-body in the ... Full Story

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Orange County Register Final: Jonathan Quick sharp in return as Kings beat Ducks, 4-1 "Andrew Cogliano scored a first-period goal for the Ducks, who were 21-1-1 when leading after two periods going into the game. Patrick Eaves was scoreless, but had five shots on goal in 16:09 of ice time in h... Full Story

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Los Angeles Times John Gibson, Ducks shut out Kings, 1-0 "The goal occurred after Kings defenseman Brayden McNabb couldn’t corral the puck at the end boards. Getzlaf grabbed it and made a saucer pass to a pinching Manson, who shot into an open right side of the net for his second goal this sea... Full Story

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OC Register Two goals by Jeff Carter help Kings hang on to edge Ducks, 3-2 "For 40 minutes, it seemed as if the Kings were bent on turning this latest collision between the Southland rivals into a total role reversal of the Ducks’ 4-0 victory to kick off November. The decisiveness of the beati... Full Story

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LA Times Lisa Dillman: Ducks take fight out of Kings "The struggling Kings, who fell apart defensively in the second period, have not scored in three consecutive games, matching a dubious franchise mark, dating to January 1969." Helene Elliott: When Kings’ scoring woes will end is anybody’s guess... Full Story