Pheonix Copley

NHL: Stanley Cup Playoff Western Conference Preview with our expert picks

It is that time of year again. The one all hockey fans wait for. It’s Stanley Cup playoff time! Let’s take a look at the matchups schedules and our staff picks for the first round. First up is the Western Conference. (1) Colorado Avalanche 51-24-7, 109 points vs. (WC1) Seattle Kraken 46-28-8, 100 points The […]

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Line Over the Boards Apr 13th: Kings Win Finale 5-3 and Start the Next Chapter

The Kings found themselves on the winning side of their season finale Thursday with a 5-3 win against Anaheim. The team delivered another gutsy performance to collect its 47th win and 104 points for the year. Adrian Kempe lit the lamp three times to push his goal total into the 40’s as the first King […]

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Can The Kings Count on Their Goaltending in the Playoffs?

Undoubtedly, the Los Angeles Kings have had one heckuva hockey season. As of this writing (Tuesday, April 11), the team, who clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs for a second straight season, is 46-25-10 with 102 points. They are currently third in the Pacific Division and 11th in the league. Throughout the regular […]

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Pheonix Copley, Bill Masterton Nominee and Kings’ Savior

After making a surprise visit to the playoffs last year and dealing some damage, the Kings were poised to make more noise this season. The icon goaltender Jonathan Quick and the heir apparent Cal Peterson were the Kings goalie rotation to start 2022-23. Quick finished his year with the Kings before being traded to the […]

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Kings Continue Winning Ways

Going into the season, if one were to tell you that the Los Angeles Kings would be one of the league’s best teams this season, would you have believed them? I know that I would not have. Sure, I figured they had some good players and would find a way to squeak into the playoffs, […]

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Los Angeles Kings: C is for Consistency

Having been a Kings fan since the mid-’90s, I have seen the ups and downs, and almost there. Then in 2011-12, the long fantasy finally came true, and with Alec Martinez(now with the Golden Knights) and his jazz hands, we won a cup. Then a year later, we got blessed again. Hyping the fans up […]

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Cal Petersen blocking a puck from going into the net

LA Kings Have Depth Everywhere but in Net

The Los Angeles Kings seemingly have every facet of their roster covered. Up front, they are able to run four good scoring lines with the ability to forecheck the puck consistently, leaving their offense with little to no gaps. This is bolstered by the fact that they have prospects like Sammy Fagemo or Alex Turcotte, […]

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Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick (32) makes a glove save

Do The LA Kings Still Have Faith In Jonathan Quick?

Quickie is his nickname, and he has been the leading goaltender for the Kings since he came into the league. He was drafted by the Kings in 2005. He has led the Kings to two Stanley Cups. He has also won the Jennings Trophy(for the fewest goals scored against the team). He’s been to the […]

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How Are the Kings Winning?

Going into the season, many figured that the Pacific Division’s top teams would consist of the Calgary Flames (last year’s division winners), Edmonton Oilers, and the Vegas Golden Knights. It is easy to see why this would be the case. The three teams mentioned above all had recent success, with the Oilers advancing to the […]

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