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Quick & Enroth: The LA Kings Tandem with New Year’s Cheer

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Quite a few aspects could be attributed to the Los Angeles Kings‘ success thus far but perhaps the most glaring is their goaltending. While it may not be altogether rare, Jonathan Quick‘s strong play in goal as of late has certainly been refreshing considering he already looks to be in ...

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LA Kings’ Bill Ranford Inducted into Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame

10 Dec 1995:  Goaltender Bill Ranford of the Edmonton Oilers looks on during a game against the Anaheim Mighty Ducks at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California.  The Oilers won the game, 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Squire  /All Sport

It was a very special weekend for the Los Angeles Kings family. While Nick Nickson was being enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame, another member of the organization was getting inducted into another Hall. On Saturday, KIngs’ goaltending coach Bill Ranford was being given his due in his home ...

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LA Kings’ Bill Ranford on Jonathan Quick: “Better and Better with Each Start”

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On the morning of October 14, it felt as if the sky were falling to a unusually-exorbitant amount of loyal Los Angeles Kings fans – melodramatic, but loyal nonetheless. Needless to say that supporters of the silver-and-black were not happy. Through three games, the Kings were still in search of ...

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Paddles Down: Talking with Kings Goaltending Coach Bill Ranford

A collage of Bill Ranford (Image credit: Chris Thomas)

A few years ago, I was visiting my father for the holidays when he asked me to go through all of my hockey books I have had since childhood – and believe me, there were plenty of them. One of those books featured a quote from a Stanley Cup-winning (and ...

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