Los Angeles Times scribe covering 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup champion Kings.

Up next for the Kings: Monday vs. Flames

latimes.com — When: 7:30 PST. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: Ch. 13. Radio: 790. Etc: The Flames were surging a little more than a month ago, the surprise story of the league. On Nov. 26, they were 14-8-2. Since then, they've won three games.

What we learned from the Kings' 4-2 victory over Coyotes

latimes.com — What we've learned from the Kings' 4-2 victory over Arizona. Happy anniversary, Darryl Sutter. Saturday was the third anniversary of Sutter's official hiring as the Kings coach. The Kings celebrated by beating the Coyotes 4-2 in an afternoon game at Staples Center, and there were several takeaways from the win.

Kopitar, Gaborik lead Kings’ victory over Coyotes

bostonherald.com — LOS ANGELES-Was it center Anze Kopitar pushing Marian Gaborik to greater heights? Perhaps it is the other way around with Gaborik pulling Kopitar out of his slump. Either way, the two have been re-creating some of their playoff magic in last two games, the latest a 4-2 win by the Los Angeles Kings over the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center.

Kings make it two wins in a row with 4-2 victory over Coyotes

latimes.com — Defenseman Alec Martinez scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period during a power play, Marian Gaborik also connected with the man advantage for his sixth goal in four games, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Arizona Coyotes, 4-2, on Saturday at Staples Center .

Alec Martinez a stalwart as Kings' depth on defense is tested

latimes.com — The cover boy was trying his best to uncover as many copies as possible of a national sports magazine. Kings defenseman Alec Martinez wanted to get Sports Illustrated as a keepsake for family members and friends, something he could give out later when he had his day with the Stanley Cup.

Shootout shutout costs Kings in 4-3 loss to Maple Leafs

Shootout shutout costs Kings in 4-3 loss to Maple Leafs

Shootout shutout costs Kings in 4-3 loss to Maple Leafs

Shootout shutout costs Kings in 4-3 loss to Maple Leafs

Kings fall to Maple Leafs in shootout, 4-3

latimes.com — James Reimer helped the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 4-3 shootout win over the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday, shutting out the Kings in the tiebreaker. Joffrey Lupul scored the lone goal for Toronto in the shootout. Tyler Bozak was denied by Jonathan Quick, and Mike Santorelli missed.
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Dec 22, 2014

RT @GrangerDarren: We lost a great man today in Chicago! My thoughts with his family and the Hawks training staff. RIP Clint Reif pic.twitter.com/TOtfmwHQlm

Dec 22, 2014

RT @BrianHedger: Had three stars duty tonight. If I could've made Clint Reif No.1 star, I would've. #Blackhawks

Dec 21, 2014

RT @BlountStrib: Several hundred people at #mnwild outdoor practice, despite gloomy weather. pic.twitter.com/Dp28J2HbdZ

Dec 21, 2014

RT @helenenothelen: From colleague @reallisa latimessports: Kings make it two wins in a row with 4-2 victory over Coyotes lat.ms/1CfzrLL

Dec 20, 2014

@nasty45 @mirtle Grapes and I agree on Doughty deserving the Marsh. Suspect it will be some time before we agree on something else, haha

Dec 20, 2014

@nasty45 @mirtle Not sure if I buy that version of the 'truth' :-)

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