The Los Angeles Kings visited the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium before their NL West game against the Colorado Rockies — and took the Stanley Cup with them.
The Los Angeles Kings will continue their 2014 Stanly Cup championship celebration with a parade through three South Bay beach cities on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Kings will continue to celebrate their Stanley Cup win this week.
In celebration of the team’s second-ever Stanley Cup, the parade is expected to pull out all the stops.
The gravity of the situation was etched on the face of New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault. One more loss Wednesday night to the Los Angeles Kings and his squad gets the distinction of being swept in the Stanley Cup finals.
The Los Angeles Kings are one win away from reclaiming the Stanley Cup.
Marian Gaborik played parts of four seasons with the New York Rangers, so he has a pretty good idea of what to expect when the Stanley Cup finals shifts to Madison Square Garden.
In a city overflowing with movie stars, television personalities, musicians and every other kind of celebrity imaginable, Drew Doughty enjoyed a degree of anonymity that other high-profile players in the NHL or any professional sports league could only dream of.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Wednesday announced a bet he made with New York Mayor Bill de Blasio preceding game 1 of the 2014 Stanley Cup Final.
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick says he’s fine after taking a shot off his collarbone before the Stanley Cup finals opener.
It has been thirty years since the nation’s two largest cities have met in a championship setting, and modern broadcast power, along with the ripeness in the popularity of the NHL, combine to make the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals a viewership juggernaut.
Thirty three years after the Dodgers won a World Series against John and the Yankees, L.A. and New York finally meet again. This time it’s on the ice, with the teams from the country’s two biggest cities squaring off in the Stanley Cup final.
Game 7 of the Western Conference finals has set several viewership milestones.
Zuccarello is only the seventh player from Norway to make it to the NHL, and he’s the first to make it to the Stanley Cup finals. Now, “Zucca” has Norwegians staying up late to watch New York Rangers games and checking the stats to see if he scored.