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.
Loyal Kings fans lined downtown Los Angeles streets Monday afternoon for a royal procession — a parade to honor the Stanley Cup-winning team.
In celebration of the team’s second-ever Stanley Cup, the parade is expected to pull out all the stops.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck wants his pastrami sandwich.
“It’s the second happiest day of my life,” said 18-year-old Eric Ex of Los Angeles.
Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals is the hottest ticket in Hollywood. Fans are paying hundreds of dollars for the cheapest seats at Staples Center on Friday night.
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.
When Drew Doughty joined the Los Angeles Kings, he could walk around town unnoticed. Almost nobody at the supermarket or on Manhattan Beach realized this slightly pudgy teenager was the No. 2 overall pick in the NHL draft, bound for hockey stardom.
Should the Kings win, Commissioner Bratton is slated to buy lunch for Chief Beck at New York’s Katz’s Deli.