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The Los Angeles Kings of Los Angeles, California is a professional ice hockey team. This team, which is a member of the Pacific Division of the National Hockey League’s Western Conference, was founded on the 9th of February, 1966. It was one of the six teams that played as part of the NHL expansion of 1967.
Silver, White and Black are the official colours that grace the Los Angeles Kings. Their first game was played at the Long Beach Arena on October 14 1967. Subsequent games were played at The Forum in Inglewood, California. This was home for about thirty-two years until 1999-2000 season move to the Staples Centre, of Downtown Los Angeles, their present home
The LA Kings, owned by the Los Angeles Kings Hockey Club, is managed by Dean Lombardi and presently coached by Darryl Sutter, who has led the kings to two Stanley Cup titles. Affiliated to Ontario Reign and Manchester Monarchs (Minor League Affiliates)the team has won 3 Conference Championships, 2 Stanley Cups, and 1 Division Championship.
The Kings started out well, with impressive plays in the regular seasons of the 70s and 80s and contributed greatly to the rise in hockey’s popularity in Los Angeles. They have also gone from being one of the worst defensive teams in the NHKL to being one of the best.; they’ve had it all, the bad, the not so good, the good and the great. They are the second team in NHL history to beat the top 3 conference seeds in the playoffs and the first 8th seed to accomplish the feat. They are also the first team and the second Californian NHL Team, since the 2007 Anaheim Ducks to win the Stanley cup at home. In 2014, the LA Kings became the first team in the history of the NHL to win 3 Game 7s on the way to a Stanley Cup Finals, winning all the games on opposing ice. the team also eliminated its two strong rivals ; the Anaheim Ducks and the San Jose Sharks during the 2014 Stanley Cup run, though still plays games with them seasonally
The official mascot of the LA Kings since 2007 is a 6-foot lion named Bailey in honour of Garnet Bailey, former seven years Director of Pro Scouting, who lost his life in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Bailey the lion comes after Kingston the snow leopard of the early 90s. The top numbers on the team’s roster include the defense man, center man, goal tender, left wing, right wing, with numbers attached to each player. These players are mostly Americans and Canadians, with a few from other countries around the world.
The Staples Center, home to the LA Kings is in Los Angeles California and operated by the LA Arena Company and Anschutz Entertainment Group. Located next to the LA Convention Centre and host to many events; sporting and non-sporting, it is one of the major sporting facilities in the Greater Los Angeles Area. It seats up to 18, 340 for ice hockey and provides an amazing view of each game played for both adults and children. For LA Kings Games, tickets can be gotten online on the official site and other related sites. The tickets which are cheap are usually sold out ahead of time. Click here for the Staples Center seating chart
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