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26 Hall of Famers the Kings could’ve drafted, but didn’t

Why can’t we get a guy like that? A look back on the drafts of the past and who got passed over.

FOMO: Looking Back at Game 7 of the 2014 Western Conference Final

This is where the Kings mini dynasty of 2012-14 proved to be no fluke...

FOMO: Feeling Groovy with the 2012 Kings

Twenty games, sixteen wins, one championship, a Zamboni full of memories.

Fear of Missing Out Playoff Running Diary: Flames @ Kings, Game 4, 1990 Smythe Semifinal

Kings Take Massacre on Manchester 12-4

#EastCoastBias: Dave Taylor should be in the Hall of Fame

He was special, yet no one saw him and the media certainly didn’t have a reason to care.

Top 10 Kings Goosebump Moments of the YouTube Era

This season has been low on excitement, so we turn to the past for some good feelings.

The Kings are still a very good team: The Sequel!

Checking in on the five factors that affect a team's ability to win... and whether or not the Kings are doing enough in each.

Jonathan Quick Breaks Kings' All-Time Wins Record

With his 172nd career victory, Jonathan Quick overtakes Rogie Vachon as the Los Angeles Kings' all-time leader in victories by a goaltender.

History: Gretzky decapitates Gilmour in Kings win.

It's time for a history lesson.

One Year Ago...

On June 11, 2012, the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup. Where were you? Share your memories with us.

History Lesson: Game Seven and the Kings

A look back at the eleven Game Sevens (and three other winner-take-all games) in the history of the Los Angeles Kings.

Ten Videos To Get You Ready for Kings-Blues Game 1

I know. You're filled with nervous energy, and you can't focus on work or class right now. So watch these videos to pass the time before the puck drops.

Looking Ahead to Kings-Ducks: Special Twin Feature

I'm a Kings fan. My brother is a Ducks fan. Yeah, it's personal.

Ian Laperriere Tribute Video: Heart and soul

Footage from a 2004 NHL documentary on tough guys, featuring Laperriere's role with the Kings.

2005 NHL Lockout Lessons: When Owners Missed Out

The two sides were close to a deal in Feb. 2005 before it all blew up. But in retrospect, the owners would have been far better off taking the players' offer than fighting for the "perfect" deal they got.

I remember the last time the Bruins won the cup

Season-Ending Injury to Superstar Dooms Kings (9/23/1992)

The History of the Kings vs. the Ducks on March 19th [fun with charts]

Your Los Angeles Kings Travel Through Time

Jewels from the Garage #6: Golden Seals defenseman, Terry Murray

Jamie Storr was better than you think

Yes, I'm talking to you.

Kings Trades That Didn't Suck

Seriously. They can't all be Ray Bourque for a bag of pucks.

Worst Hockey Trade Ever?

I'm sure we can all come up with worse trades than Kovy to NJ. Submit yours!

And I Couldn't Agree More

TSN's Top 10 Players Traded for Olli Jokinen

How Many Kings Teams Had More Points After 56 Games?

2002? 1991? 1981? No...

And They Didn't Turn Out Too Badly, Did They?

Guess who?

LOT OF 14 BOBBY ORR CARDS IN BVG 9.5 & 10, 1966-1978 - eBay (item 380144643614 end time Jan-27-10 02:52:45 PST)

One Year Ago

Via Dennis-Kane.com: McSorley's Stick

Ground Breaking for the new LA Forum, 1966

Jack Kent Cooke, March 5, 1967

The Oldest Picture of the Kings I Could Find: Long Beach