The Kings have been one of the National Hockey League’s better teams over the last decade. They have won two Stanley Cups (in 2011–12 and 2013–14), and usually have a playoff-bound (or better) squad. After their deep runs and 2 championships in 3 years, they faltered and missed the playoffs in 2014-2015, but made it back to the postseason the following year. They have seen a number of great players over the years.
This includes acquiring The Great one in one of sports’ most ground-moving trades ever. The L.A. Kings acquired Wayne Gretzky from the Oilers in 1988, but were never able to win the Stanley Cup. They made the finals once in 1993. They have seen a lot of great players over the years, and have retired the numbers of (4) Rob Blake, (16) Marcel Dionne, (18) Dave Taylor, (20) Luc Robitaille, (30) Rogie Vachon, and of course (99) Wayne Gretzky.
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Los Angeles Kings Hockey Schedule
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Los Angeles Kings Scores And Standings
Here’s a glance at the Los Angeles Kings’ standings. Check out how they’re doing against the rest of the division and the rest of the NHL.
Bet On Los Angeles Kings Games
This team is a very safe one to bet on, and has been for some time. GM Dean Lombard did an amazing job of putting the two championship teams together. And he has since done a great job of shuffling the deck to keep the team fresh and relevant.
The team has seen a lot of new faces, as they parted ways with C Mike Richards (contract voided), D Slava Voynov (returning to Russia), RW Justin Williams (signed with Washington Capitals), D Robyn Regehr (retired), C Jarret Stoll (signed with New York Rangers), D Andrej Sekera (signed with Edmonton Oilers), G Martin Jones (traded to Boston).
When betting on the Kings, know that they’re going to be good, again, and contend for the top spot in the Pacific division. They may not have all the pieces for a title run yet, but they will keep things interesting.
So look for them to win between 45-50 games, and maybe even sneak their way into the second round of the playoffs, or beyond.