On Thursday, January 29th, the NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund continued its multi-city tour, celebrating 15 years of giving back to grassroots hockey.
The Kings paraded the Stanley Cup through the streets of Los Angeles on Monday to share their title with their passionate fans
The Los Angeles Kings have captured the 2014 Stanley Cup championship after defeating the New York Rangers in five games.
Jonathan Quick keeps his approach simple in leading the Kings to the verge of a Stanley Cup title
Justin Williams has proven to be a clutch playoff performer and he added to his accolades in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final
Mike Richards & his teammates recognize the opportunity in front of them in the Stanley Cup Final
Drew Doughty is displaying his elite-level talents in helping the Kings to the Western Conference Final
Through never accepting defeat Jake Muzzin and the Kings have overcome deficits big and small throughout the 2014 playoffs
He is a national hero in his native Slovenia, an athlete who is loved by young and old. The feeling is more than mutual for Anze Kopitar.
Robyn Regehr has used a strong work-ethic and dedication to reach 1,000 NHL games played
The Players were on-display outdoors in Los Angeles and New York for the opening weekend of the 2014 Stadium Series
Los Angeles Kings teammates Ben Scrivens and Matt Greene coach kids in their first ever hockey game in Hawthorne, CA.
Jordan Nolan has used the experience of his father, Sabres head coach Ted Nolan, in realizing his NHL dream
Ben Scrivens is almost as good at answering questions when watching Jeopardy as he is at keeping pucks out of the Kings net
After Jonathan Quick went down with an injury, Ben Scrivens has stepped-in and had an incredible stretch of 4 solid games for the Kings. His play recently makes Ben the Player of the Week!
In this comical commercial for Verizon GameCenter, captain of the LA Kings, Dustin Brown, explains why you don’t have to experience #FOMOH (fear of missing out on hockey).
The Kings star netminder relishes his role as a father of his two young children
Justin Williams and the Kings know just how difficult it is to navigate the waters of the Stanley Cup playoffs and emerge victorious at the end
Down early to the Blackhawks, Jarret Stoll & the Kings are looking to get back on track in Los Angeles