Kings Lose Heartbreaker To Coyotes In 11-Round ShootoutMax Domi tied it 2-all with less than a minute left in regulation.
Kings Win Again To Stay In Playoff RaceThe Kings are in ninth place in the Western Conference, trailing St. Louis by three points.
Capitals Shut Out Kings, 5-Game Win Streak SnappedPhilipp Grubauer stopped a season-high 38 shots to shut out the Los Angeles Kings.
Kings Outlast Flyers in OT For Fifth Straight WinPeter Budaj, who wasn't even on the Kings' roster on opening night, made 17 saves.
Blue Jackets Down Kings in Shootout, Extend Win Streak To 10The Kings, playing their fifth game of a nine game road trip, fell to 16-13-3.
Ducks Edge Maple Leafs In Carlyle's Toronto ReturnCam Fowler scored a power-play goal in the third period, lifting the Ducks over the Maple Leafs.
Team USA National Anthem Decree Draws Mixed Reaction In SoCalJohn Tortorella, Team USA's head coach, has he will bench any player who doesn't stand for the Star Spangled Banner when the team plays in the World Cup of Hockey next week. Parents of young athletes have mixed reactions.
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.
Ducks Defeat Predators In Game 5, Take 3-2 Series LeadThe Anaheim Ducks have defeated the Nashville Predators 5-2 on Saturday to take a 3-2 series lead.
Smith, Rinne Lead Predators To 3-2 Win Over Ducks In Game 2Craig Smith had a goal and an assist, Pekka Rinne made 27 saves and the Nashville Predators confidently claimed their second straight road victory to open their first-round series, 3-2 over the Anaheim Ducks in Game 2 on Sunday night.
Pavelski's 2 Goals Help Sharks Sink Kings In Playoff OpenerJoe Pavelski broke a tie with his second goal early in the third period, and the San Jose Sharks opened their playoff return with a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.
Ducks Beat Capitals, Clinch Pacific Division TitleCorey Perry and Nick Ritchie scored, Frederik Andersen stopped all 24 shots he faced, and the Anaheim Ducks clinched the Pacific Division on the final day of the regular season by beating the Washington Capitals 2-0 on Sunday night.