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Ryan Cowley

Ryan Cowley has been writing about the Los Angeles Kings since 2009, beginning as the head writer and editor of Make Way for the Kings since its inception. Until the summer of 2015, Make Way was run by the FanvsFan Network (www.makewayforthekings.com) but has since become independent at its new address: www.makewayforthekings.net Ryan is an NHL-accredited writer who has covered such events as the Stanley Cup Final and Stadium Series. He is also a graduate of Comedy Writing & Performance from Humber College in Toronto, Ontario.

LA Kings Regular-Season Preview: Game 2 vs. Arizona

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Los Angeles Kings 2015-16 Regular Season: Game 2 vs. Arizona, October 9, 2015, 7:30pm PST Two nights after their lacklustre season-opener, the Los Angeles Kings are back at it as they set to play host to the Arizona Coyotes. Friday night marks the first of five meetings between the Pacific ...

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Martin Jones Returns to Shine as Sharks Down LA Kings in Opener

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Game 1; 0-1-0 LOS ANGELES — The anticipation was palpable for both clubs. After underachieving finishes last season, the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks entered the 2015-16 campaign with something to prove, each hoping to put their recent playoff misses behind them. Like 2014-15, the Kings and Sharks ...

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LA Kings Regular-Season Preview: Game 1 vs. San Jose

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Los Angeles Kings 2015-16 Regular Season: Game 1 vs. San Jose, October 7, 2015, 7:30pm PST To say that it has been a long offseason would be the understatement of the year for the Los Angeles Kings and their fanbase. But the wait is finally over as the silver-and-black open ...

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LA Kings Part Ways with Brian O’Neill, J.F. Berube

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To call it a dark day for the Los Angeles Kings would not be anything less than extreme — and ridiculous. Still, on a day when two promising prospects leave the organization, there isn’t much worth celebrating. On Tuesday, that was the case for forward Brian O’Neill and goaltender Jean-Francois ...

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Post-Slava Voynov Era Begins; Should Be Worthwhile for LA Kings

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It is the sad end of a sorry episode. Slava Voynov‘s tenure with the Los Angeles Kings has ended. The suspended defenseman announced last month that he would be leaving the club to return to his native Russia, shortly after being taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ...

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LA Kings Celebrate Frozen Fury with Shutout Win Over Avs

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LAS VEGAS — If this year’s installment of their Frozen Fury exhibition is a precursor for what is to be expected this season, then the Los Angeles Kings should have a solid 2015-16 campaign. As for the club’s ever-loyal fanbase, they packed the 5,000-seat MGM Grand Arena on Saturday night ...

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Ontario Reign Fall in Shootout; Lose AHL Debut

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ONTARIO, CA — History was made on Friday night as Citizens Business Bank Arena played host to its first AHL game. Unfortunately, the debut was spoiled as the hometown Ontario Reign lost 3-2 in a shootout to the San Diego Gulls. Prior to this season, the Reign were a member ...

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Frozen Fury XVII Preview: LA Kings vs. Colorado Avalanche

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It may not be a regular-season game but the annual Frozen Fury event in Las Vegas has always garnered a plethora of excitement, especially for fans of the Los Angeles Kings. This year’s installment — played, as per usual, against the Colorado Avalanche at the MGM Grand Arena — will ...

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LA Kings’ Backup Spot is Jhonas Enroth’s to Lose

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In what was likely his final chance to show off his skills in the preseason, Jhonas Enroth got the call in the Los Angeles goal, playing the entirety of his team’s game against the despised Anaheim Ducks while Anton Khudobin was the sole netminder in the opposing net. Enroth was ...

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