Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 2.43 30th
Goals Against / Game 3.16 22nd
Power Play % 15.9 27th
Penalty Kill % 76.6 29th
2018-19 Pacific Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Calgary 50 25 7 107
San Jose 46 27 9 101
Vegas 43 32 7 93
Arizona 39 35 8 86
Vancouver 35 36 11 81
Anaheim 35 37 10 80
Edmonton 35 38 9 79
LA Kings 31 42 9 71

#LAKings News

  • @LAKings • 2m

    LA Times: Former Kings coach John Stevens is eager to get back in the NHL as assistant in Dallas

    It wasn't because he needed a long trip to decompress. Stevens' youngest son, Nolan, is a forward for the San Antonio Rampage, and Stevens made the drive to catch his game against the Bakersfield Condors. Nolan got two assists in a 3-2 loss, with his then unknown teammate Jordan Binnington in goal. But the loss was beside the point.

    "Sunday morning [on Nov. 4, 2018], we jumped into the truck and saw Nolan play," Stevens said. "The first thing we thought was family. You miss a lot of things with your family and your kids."

    Stevens spent the ensuing months doing what he hadn't been able to do for years: be a normal parent and watch his sons play.

    It wasn't because he needed a long trip to decompress. Stevens' youngest son, Nolan, is a forward for the San Antonio Rampage, and Stevens made the drive to catch his game against the Bakersfield Condors. Nolan got two assists in a 3-2 loss, with his then unknown teammate Jordan Binnington in goal. But the loss was beside the point.

    "Sunday morning [on Nov. 4, 2018], we jumped into the truck and saw Nolan play," Stevens said. "The first thing we thought was family. You miss a lot of things with your family and your kids."

    Stevens spent the ensuing months doing what he hadn't been able to do for years: be a normal parent and watch his sons play.

  • @LAKings • 3m

    My NHL Trade Rumors: NHL Rumors: Buffalo Sabres, LA Kings, Washington Capitals, and Carolina Hurricanes

    Lance Lysowski: Buffalo Sabres GM Jason Botterill said that the Sabres will be looking for a third goaltender for the organization. They don't want to rush prospect Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen.

    <strong>LA Kings and Leipsic talks continue</strong>

    Curtis Zupke: Los Angeles Kings GM Rob Blake said that contract "discussions will go on" continue with Brendan Leipsic.

    <strong>Could the Capitals fit in Johansson?</strong>

    Tom Gulitti: Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan on the reports that they would be interested in bringing pending free agent Marcus Johansson.

  • @LAKings • 3m

    LA Times: NHL expansion team in Seattle begins to form its foundation

    Tod Leiweke, president and chief executive officer of Seattle, and Jerry Bruckheimer, film producer and principal owner, were brimming with optimism when they spoke publicly before the NHL draft at Rogers Arena.

    Seattle will join the NHL in the 2021-22 season and is taking baby steps toward its identity, starting with the nickname, which occupies most fans' interest.

    "It's something people ask a lot about," Leiweke said. "We're deliberate about it, but again, there's not a sense of urgency. We want to get it right.

    "Part of it is, the longer we're going as an enterprise, the more we know what we stand for, and the more we know what we don't stand for.

  • @LAKings • 3m

    Frozen Royalty: LA Kings 2019 NHL Draft Wrap-Up with Director of Amateur Scouting Mark Yanetti - Part 1

    Follow @frozenroyalty

    LOS ANGELES -- The 2019 National Hockey League Draft has come and gone with the Los Angeles Kings adding nine young prospects to their system while achieving a rather suprising balance.

    "We ended with four defensemen, four forwards and a goalie, which is a rare split," Kings Director of Amateur Scouting Mark Yanetti said during a media conference call on June 22, after the conclusion of the draft. "[General manager Rob Blake] was actually hoping to come out with a split like that and I couldn't promise that we would be able to deliver that.

  • @LAKings • 3m

    LA Times: Kings select center Alex Turcotte with fifth pick of NHL draft

    Why Kings picked him: Their success is typically center-driven and Turcotte fits the mold as one of the best two-way forwards in the draft. He models his game after future teammate Anze Kopitar and Jonathan Toews of the Chicago Blackhawks. The No.2 center behind Jack Hughes with the U.S. national development team, Turcotte was injured for part of last season but had 27 goals and 35 assists in 37 games. Turcotte, 18, is headed to Wisconsin to play under former Kings forward Tony Granato.

  • Pending

  • @
    Pending