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After 30-Year Wait, Kings' Rogie Vachon Inducted Into NHL Hall Of FameBecause he has been eligible for three decades, Rogie Vachon said he stopped waiting for the call from the Hall of Fame.
LA Kings Sign Trevor Lewis To 4-Year Contract ExtensionLewis has been a key player on the Kings' depth lines for the past six seasons, playing a defensive game during Los Angeles' run to Stanley Cup championships in 2012 and 2014.
Kings' Kopitar & Doughty Both Take Home Hardware At NHL Awards In VegasThe Los Angeles Kings' Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty walked away from the NHL Awards Wednesday both as winners.
LA Kings' Vincent Lecavalier Formally Retires From NHLLos Angeles Kings forward Vincent Lecavalier formally retired Tuesday after 17 NHL seasons.
Anze Kopitar Named Kings' New CaptainThe Los Angeles Kings named Anze Kopitar their new captain Thursday, taking the job away from longtime captain Dustin Brown.
Pittsburgh Penguins Win 2016 Stanley Cup Over Sharks In 6 GamesThe Pittsburgh Penguins are Stanley Cup champions.
Dustin Brown Told He's No Longer The Kings' CaptainThe Los Angeles Kings are deciding to change things up as they have reportedly told Dustin Brown he no longer will be the team's captain.
Coach Darryl Sutter Inks 2-Year, $3M Extension With KingsThe Los Angeles Kings and coach Darryl Sutter have agreed to a multi-year contract extension that begins in the fall.
Kings Defenseman Drew Doughty Named Norris Trophy FinalistLos Angeles' Drew Doughty, Ottawa's Erik Karlsson and San Jose's Brent Burns are the finalists for the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the NHL's top defenseman.
Kings Eliminated From Stanley Cup Playoffs With 6-3 Loss To SharksSan Jose led 3-0 early in the second period before the Kings scored three goals in nine electric minutes.
Sharks Score 3 Power-Play Goals To Beat Kings, 3-2, In Game 4Trevor Lewis and Luke Schenn scored, and Jonathan Quick made 26 saves for the Kings.
Pearson's OT Goal Helps Kings Beat Sharks, 2-1, In Game 3Anze Kopitar added a power-play goal, Jonathan Quick made 29 saves and Los Angeles killed two third-period penalties to cut San Jose's lead in the series to 2-1.

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