As he tries to re-live his favourite hockey memory at the 2019 IIHF World Championship alongside the person he most admires, get to know Adrian Kempe in this week's Player Q&A!
Todd McLellan has been hired as the new head coach of the Los Angeles Kings.
Bernie Nicholls reflects on a career-best season which saw him total 70 goals and 80 assists for 150 points with the Los Angeles Kings in 1988-89.
The Washington Capitals have acquired winger Carl Hagelin from the Los Angeles Kings for a 2019 third-round pick and a conditional sixth-round pick in the next year's entry draft.
The Montreal Canadiens have acquired centre Nate Thompson and a fifth-round pick in 2019 from Los Angeles in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2019.
When Alec Martinez scored the Stanley Cup-winning goal five years ago, his former collegiate coach was thrilled. But he was hardly surprised.
Growing up in southern Ontario, Jake Muzzin and his friends used to pretend they were their heroes from the Toronto Maple Leafs. Now that he's been traded to Toronto, the veteran defenceman gets to pull on a blue-and-white jersey with his own name on the back.
Dan Cloutier talks being drafted by a Stanley Cup Champion team, and how playing goalie for his older brother helped pave the way to his NHL career.
The Los Angeles Kings have claimed right wing Nikita Scherbak off waivers from the Montreal Canadiens.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have traded forward Carl Hagelin to the Los Angeles Kings for forward Tanner Pearson.
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jack Campbell will be out for at least a month after surgery to repair a meniscus tear in his knee, dealing another blow Monday to the NHL's last-place team.
Brent Sutter remembers two distinct reactions after the Red Deer Rebels selected Dion Phaneuf in the third round of the Western Hockey League Bantam Draft.
We're back In The Locker Room as players weigh-in on who around the league does it best on Halloween!
Trick-or-treating tips, favourite candies and more in Part 1 of our Halloween edition of ‘In the Locker Room'!
A Stanley Cup, a World championship and World Cup of Hockey title, but nothing has come easy for the Los Angeles Kings veteran defenceman.
Drew Doughty has won a Norris Trophy as the NHL's best defenceman and a pair of Stanley Cups with the Los Angeles Kings. But he'll be the first to tell you that he still needs work. That's where Dion Phaneuf comes in.
Daniel Brickley assembled with the world's greatest athletes in Salt Lake City sixteen years ago. Now 23 and a professional, Brickley recalls the experience as setting the stage for his career in hockey.
A lot has changed over the last two decades in professional hockey. Through it all, there was Jarome Iginla.
Defenceman Drew Doughty has agreed to an eight-year contract extension through the 2026-27 season to stay with the Los Angeles Kings.
Affectionately known as Iggy, the Edmonton-born former Calgary Flames captain has over 1,500 NHL games and exactly 1,300 points to his name – and a whole whack of hardware to fill out his trophy case.