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Los Angeles Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi announced that Brandon Kozun of the Manchester Monarchs would be signing a one-year extension on his two-way deal with the club.
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The speculation on who the Philadelphia Flyers will use their compliance buyout on can come to an end.
On Tuesday, the LA Kings signed Slava Voynov for a reported six years and $25 million, which works out to a $4.167 salary cap hit.
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov has signed a six-season contract extension with the team.
Getting out of the first round of the playoffs in any sport require some skill, some grit and not just being better at being average than a few other teams.
Slava Voynov of the Los Angeles Kings has locked up a six-year deal ensuring his talent to be available in LA until he is about age 30. As expected, the deal averages about $4 million a year, $25 million total, which were the numbers coming out of the Kings' Insiders over the weekend.
What the Flyers are going to be doing at goalie is one- if not the most- important questions surrounding the team right now.
"Just tried to watch game 3, had to turn it off, Wish I was wearing a white jersey, best of luck to both team #PossesiveOfTheCup #ReneCanSing " He is a competitor and an amazing athletic specimen.
The power play struggles of the Chicago Blackhawks are well documented. Despite what many, who don't watch this team as often, may think, they're not limited to the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals .
One of the Kings' brightest prospects left for Sweden two years ago, and he has flourished.
Hockey players love to live in Los Angeles for the Kings . Dustin Penner started his NHL career in Anaheim after going undrafted at age of 18 years old.
According to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com , the Los Angeles Kings could trade goaltender Jonathan Bernier in the next couple of weeks.
Defenseman Willie Mitchell of the Los Angeles Kings posted a video of himself getting a little stick time on the ice.
We continue our look back at the performance of each player who ended the season with the team after skating in a significant number of Sharks games over the course of the year with a review of Andrew Desjardins' 2013 season.
Yes, this is finally back. First and foremost I offer a note of apology to everyone out there who was hoping for some playoff analysis of the conference finals, as personal matters have been getting in the way lately but I'm finally back and ready to end this playoff prediction piece off with a bang.