Despite the Kings’ failure to win games, Campbell’s stats are delightful.
This time, he's in it to win it.
Quick is the first NHL player to be named a Star of the Week three times this season.
Darryl Sutter gets to coach, but the Kings' forwards will all be sitting at home.
For Anze Kopitar, winning the Selke Award this season was always going to be a long shot.
Congratulations to the Kings' longtime radio play-by-play man, Nick Nickson! It was announced today that he will receive the 2015 Foster Hewitt Memorial Award, "in recognition of members of the radio and television industry who made outstanding contributions to their profession and the game during their career in hockey broadcasting." The award is chosen by the NHL Broadcasters' Association and has been given to the biggest legends in hockey broadcasting, including LA's own Jiggs McDonald (1990) and Bob Miller (2000). The honor will be bestowed on Nickson at the Hall of Fame ceremonies in November. Well deserved!
Tanner Pearson will participate in the rookie skills competition.