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Los Angeles Kings’ 2015 Off-season Acquisitions

After a 9th place Western Conference finish this past season, there was some much needed work to be done throughout the off-season. The Los Angeles Kings were short 3 points from making the playoffs. As the off-season approached, the lengthy playoffs gave the Kings some time to plan out their big moves. There were four notable acquisitions the Kings made this off-season, …

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Los Angeles Kings Contracts

PLAYER POS TEAM AGE YRS DOLLARS AVERAGE FREE AGENT Mike Richards (2008-2019) C LAKSigned w/PHI 29 12 $69,000,000 $5,750,000 2020 Jeff Carter (2011-2021) C LAKSigned w/PHI 30 11 $58,000,000 $5,272,727 2022 Jonathan Quick (2013-2022) G LAK 28 10 $58,000,000 $5,800,000 2023 Drew Doughty (2011-2018) D LAK 25 8 $56,000,000 $7,000,000 2019 Anze Kopitar (2009-2015) C LAK 27 7 $47,600,000 $6,800,000 2016 Dustin Brown (2014-2021) RW LAK …

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Will The LA Kings Win The Stanley Cup For A Second Consecutive Season?

The 2014-15 NHL season is now under way and with the first month in the books the tables are starting to take shape. Last year saw the Stanley Cup taking a turn that wasn’t expected by any betting man, seeing only one Canadian team, the Montreal Canadiens, entering the playoffs. Bearing this surprising occurrence in mind, it might be useful …

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Los Angeles Kings 2014-15 Season Preview

Los Angeles Kings’ fans are abuzz, coming off a lengthy post-season campaign that saw them lift the Stanley Cup. With very few changes to throw askew the team chemistry, they are surely poised to become the first repeat champions in the post-lockout era.   Players In: Player Position Regular Season Stats Post-Season Stats Adam Cracknell (Free Agency) RW 19 GP, …

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NHL Future Odds Offer Few Surprises Ahead of 2014-2015 Season

It’s both easy and hard to be the L.A. Kings. On the one hand, the team is starting to make the NHL Playoffs—that grueling, devastating sojourn that teams crumble within every year—look easy, like something you can go deep in any year you like. On the other, 29 teams around the league have spent millions this offseason attempting the difficult …

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Why the Los Angeles Kings Locked up Marian Gaborik

The Los Angeles Kings’ president and general manager Dean Lombardi announced they have signed pending unrestricted free agent Marian Gaborik to a new seven-year deal. Gaborik recorded a league-leading 14 goals during the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs for the Kings, who took home their second Stanley Cup championship in only three seasons. Gaborik’s 14 goals were one shy of the …

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