Victor Valley's Latest Real Estate News & Information

Kings fall to Bruins as losing streak reaches 4 in a row

Ward’s skate deflection goal tips Sharks past Kings, 2-1

NHL-leading Lightning strike four times in first period, defeat Kings

Kings top Blue Jackets to remain unbeaten in regulation

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Anze Kopitar and the Kings have put those slow starts behind them.

Kopitar broke a tie with 2:14 left with his second goal of the game, and Kings beat the Columbus Blue Jackets, 6-4, on Saturday night to remain the only NHL team unbeaten in regulation.

Kopitar also had an assist, Dustin Brown added a goal and three assists, and Jake Muzzin had a goal and two assists. Trevor Lewis, Drew Doughty also scored for the Kings, and Jonathan Quick stopped 32 shots.

At 6-0-1, the Kings are off to the best start in franchise history.

“The last three years

To see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below
Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/10/21/kings-top-blue-jackets-to-remain-unbeaten-in-regulation/
Date: 1508652568

Original Source

Jonathan Quick’s value to L.A. Kings can’t be measured by statistics

EL SEGUNDO — Last season, the Kings were without Jonathan Quick for 59 games.

Surprisingly, they had a slightly better winning percentage without their two-time Stanley Cup champion goaltender than they did with him.

A groin injury in the first period of the 2016 season opener shelved Quick for the longest stretch of his career, giving the franchise a chance to see how another goalie would fare behind their defense, which is perennially one of the NHL’s best.

Peter Budaj, who had played in exactly 55 NHL games the previous four season combined, was Quick’s primary replacement last season. He finished fourth

To see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below
Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/10/06/jonathan-quicks-value-to-l-a-kings-cant-be-measured-by-statistics/
Date: 1507347193

Original Source

Who is new Kings coach John Stevens?

Here is a short bio of new Kings coach John Stevens:

BORN

  • May 4, 1966, in Campbellton, New Brunswick

PLAYING CAREER

  • Drafted in third round (47th overall) by the Philadelphia Flyers, 1984
  • Played 834 games in AHL (21 goals, 188 points), 1984-99
  • Defenseman, Flyers and Hartford Whalers (10 assists in 53 NHL games), 1986-94
  • Suffered career-ending eye injury, 1998-99

COACHING RESUME

  • Named head coach Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), 2000
  • Head coach, Philadelphia Flyers (120-109-34), 2006-10
  • Interim head coach, Kings (2-2-0), 2011-12
  • Assistant coach/associate head coach, Kings, 2010-17
Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/04/23/who-is-new-kings-coach-john-stevens/
Date: 1492989187

Original Source

Jarome Iginla says he’ll ‘wait and see’ about re-signing with Kings

Jarome Iginla’s Kings experience, short though it was, rekindled his competitive spirit, and he said Wednesday he intends to keep his Hall of Fame-caliber career going next season. He said he would weigh his options and “wait and see” what offers he receives during the offseason.

Iginla, who will be 40 on opening night next season, will be a free agent July 1.

He didn’t rule out re-signing with the Kings, but acknowledged they might not have an interest in him after acquiring him in a March 1 trade from the Colorado Avalanche. He scored six goals and nine points in

To see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below
Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/04/12/jarome-iginla-says-hell-wait-and-see-about-re-signing-with-kings/
Date: 1492031755

Original Source

6 questions as Kings enter an uncertain offseason

Now what? Where do the Kings go from here? How do they get there and who leads them? How do they avoid a repeat of what happened during three seasons of disappointment that’s followed three seasons of thrills and chills? Can they regain their elite status?
So many questions, so few answers.
After sandwiching Stanley Cup championships in 2012 and ’14 around a trip to the Western Conference finals in ’13, it looked like the Kings were a dynasty in the making, rivaling the Chicago Blackhawks for supremacy in the NHL.
After missing the playoffs twice in three seasons since their remarkable

To see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below
Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/04/10/6-questions-as-la-kings-enter-uncertain-offseason-10/
Date: 1491857750

Original Source