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.
5 Biggest Surprises In The NHL In 2016-17 SeasonEven though it's not the official midway point of the season, and the NHL year has yet to reach any significant milestone, let's look at some of the biggest surprises around the league thus far.
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.
Thanksgiving Weekend Sports Viewing GuideAs you recover from all that turkey and various sumptuous sides, here's the best that sports has to offer you this holiday weekend.
Lucic Leaves LA For Edmonton; Kings Sign 4 Other Free Agents To Fill RosterForward Milan Lucic has left the Los Angeles Kings and has signed a seven-year, $42 million deal with the Edmonton Oilers. In an effort to fill some roster spots, the Kings signed four free agents to the squad.
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.
The NHL Is Officially Moving To Las VegasThe NHL will expand to Las Vegas for the 2017-18 season after awarding its 31st franchise to billionaire businessman Bill Foley on Wednesday.
LA Kings' Vincent Lecavalier Formally Retires From NHLLos Angeles Kings forward Vincent Lecavalier formally retired Tuesday after 17 NHL seasons.
AP: NHL Settles On Las Vegas For ExpansionA person with direct knowledge of the NHL's decision says the league has settled on Las Vegas as its choice for expansion, provided organizers can come up with a $500 million fee.
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' Vincent Lecavalier To Retire After 17-Year NHL CareerVincent Lecavalier says he still plans to retire this summer, ending a 17-year NHL career after one last revitalizing season with the Los Angeles Kings.

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