LA Kings Quentin Byfield: NHL’s Future On The Ice (VIDEO)

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA) LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings second overall pick in the first round of the 2020 NHL Draft Quentin Byfield made history. Byfield was the first Black hockey player drafted in the high position, however beyond his nationality, he possesses a strong skill set that rivals current Kings Anze Kopitar. “It was my first time meeting him, he definitely seems … Continue reading LA Kings Quentin Byfield: NHL’s Future On The Ice (VIDEO)

LA Kings Reveal 2021 Opening Night Roster (VIDEO)

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA) EL SEGUNDO, CA — After many months of waiting and a shortened training camp, the Los Angeles Kings will finally hit the ice on Thursday Jan 14 to host the Minnesota Wild at Staples Center. The Kings released their opening night roster that includes 13 Forwards, 2 goalies, and seven defenseman. The forwards will include, Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Carl Grundstrom, … Continue reading LA Kings Reveal 2021 Opening Night Roster (VIDEO)

LA Kings Jonathan Quick/ Cal Pedersen: Ready To Defend The Ice At All Cost (VIDEO)

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA) LOS ANGELES – Two time Stanley Cup winning goalie Jonathan Quick has spent his entire 13-year career with the Los Angeles Kings. As the team looks to return to the playoffs after missing out for the past two seasons, one of the strengths to help them return is the balance at goalie between Quick and Cal Petersen. Both should split time … Continue reading LA Kings Jonathan Quick/ Cal Pedersen: Ready To Defend The Ice At All Cost (VIDEO)

L.A. Kings Draft Skill And Make History With Black Hockey Player (VIDEO)

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA) EL SEGUNDO, CA — Tuesday night the Los Angeles Kings selected forward Quinton Byfield and is the highest selected Black player in NHL history. Byfield’s speed is amazing, and his skill set continues to rise in the sport. Beyond him wearing a Kings jersey, Byfield is also focused on spreading the sport to more young Black kids to gain interest. He … Continue reading L.A. Kings Draft Skill And Make History With Black Hockey Player (VIDEO)

Senators Execute Big Victory over Kings

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA)(photo credit: NHL) LOS ANGELES — The Ottawa Senators completed the So Cal sweep after the 4-1 defeat of the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center on Thursday night. “It was a major character win,” Senators head coach Guy Boucher said. “We are missing our number one center, number one goalie and number one defensemen and then right off the bat we … Continue reading Senators Execute Big Victory over Kings

L.A. Kings Put A Muzzle On Coyotes

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA)(photo credit: LA Kings) LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings extend their win streak to four games,with a 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes 2-1 on Thursday night at Staples Center.With 17 seconds into the third period, Dustin Brown scored his tenth goal of the season which proved to be enough for another Los Angeles victory. “I think we are trying … Continue reading L.A. Kings Put A Muzzle On Coyotes

L.A. Kings Put A Muzzle On Coyotes

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA)(photo credit: LA Kings) LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings extend their win streak to four games,with a 2-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes 2-1 on Thursday night at Staples Center. With 17 seconds into the third period, Dustin Brown scored his tenth goal of the season which proved to be enough for another Los Angeles victory. “I think we are … Continue reading L.A. Kings Put A Muzzle On Coyotes

L.A. Kings Ends Losing Skid

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA) (photo credit: SCNG) LOS ANGELES — Alec Martinez scored the game winning goal with 54.3 seconds remaining in the final period, that lifted the Los Angeles Kings to a 4-3 win over the New York Rangers on Sunday afternoon. The Kings ended a six game losing streak that resulted in the Kings being outscored 29-8 against their opponents during that stretch. … Continue reading L.A. Kings Ends Losing Skid

Jeff Carter Could Be Ice Cold For Kings In Playoffs

by Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA)(photo credit: NHL) LOS ANGELES — The Kings failed to rally from behind, and lost their final regular season game to the Dallas Stars 4-2 on Saturday night at Staples Center. “I thought we had a really good start to the hockey game,” Kings head coach John Stevens explained. “I thought we got pucks in deep, we really were looking to get … Continue reading Jeff Carter Could Be Ice Cold For Kings In Playoffs