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Discussing LA Kings Prospect Alec Dillon with Kurtis Mucha

EDMONTON, ALTA: SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 -- Edmonton Oil Kings goalie Alec Dillon trying to land the starting position, here at practice in Fort Saskatchewan, September 3, 2015. Their first preseason game is on Saturday. (ED KAISER/EDMONTON JOURNAL)

With the departures of J.F. Berube and Patrik Bartosak, the once-deep future of the Los Angeles Kings in goal has been spread thin. In terms of the present, the Kings certainly have plenty of solidity with Jonathan Quick in Los Angeles and Peter Budaj in Ontario. Beyond that, though, it ...

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Remembering David Courtney with LA Kings’ Dave Joseph

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They had a solid, professional relationship that began as protege and mentor before quickly turning into one of a life-lasting friendship. As the public address announcer for the Los Angeles Kings, Dave Joseph owes his success to his late friend David Courtney in this poignant exclusive. When he took over ...

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Kyle Clifford AHL Stint Beneficial to Both LA Kings and Reign

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When the Los Angeles Kings officially return from their All-Star break on Tuesday, they will do so while welcoming Kyle Clifford back into the fold. The 25-year-old has been out of the lineup since Dec. 6 when he was the unfortunate recipient of an elbow to the face courtesy of ...

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Reign Asst Chris Hajt on Sean Backman: “Hasn’t Missed a Beat With His Production”

Photo credit: Christina Shapiro

It is their 80th anniversary as the AHL‘s All-Star Classic is back in Syracuse, New York, for the first time since 1998. The best from the American League are on hand this weekend with the defending Calder Cup champions, the Ontario Reign, being well-represented by head coach Mike Stothers and ...

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LA Kings Prospect Matt Mistele Finishing Junior Career in Style

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He has what teams want in a power forward and the Los Angeles Kings are certainly no exception. His 6′ 2 frame mixed in with his combative style makes Matt Mistele a can’t-miss prospect for the Kings. Plus, not being selected until the sixth round in 2014, many would argue ...

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Mike Stothers on Upcoming All-Star Classic, Reign Representatives

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While the Kings organization will be well-represented in Nashville next weekend, it will be well-represented in Syracuse as well. While they may have only two representatives in Drew Doughty and Jonathan Quick, the quality supersedes quantity for the Los Angeles Kings as both will be taking part in the NHL ...

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Discussing Nick Shore with LA Kings Asst GM Rob Blake

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The Los Angeles Kings are off to one of their greatest starts in franchise history, and while they have received plenty of support from their biggest names, it has been a contribution-by-committee method used towards said success. That includes the club’s unsung talent which has flown under the radar of ...

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Size, Reach, Net-Front Presence: LA Kings Prospect Matt Schmalz Has What It Takes to Fit In

Matt Schmalz of the Sudbury Wolves. Photo by Aaron Bell/OHL Images

One of the biggest reasons why opposing teams have respected — even feared — the Los Angeles Kings in recent years has been their tremendous size and their ability to use it to their full advantage. While by no means has it been their only ingredient for success, the Kings ...

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