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It’s generally accepted that Canada’s unofficial religion is hockey: Our neighbors to the north still haven’t recovered from Wayne Gretzky’s trade from the Oilers to the Kings in the...
From Beauty and the Beast to intergalactic postcards, there’s something for everyone
The organist-disc jockey plays “The Legend of Zelda” and nearly 500 other songs at Lakers games and more
The L.A. Kings have remade themselves into a championship team. Coach Darryl Sutter’s philosophy? Speak softly (or hardly at all) and whack a big stick
Celebrity journalist and author Ken Baker on what’s so cool about L.A.’s champions on ice
Editor-in-chief Mary Melton recalls becoming a Kings fan at the perfect moment
It’s Garcetti gone wild!
The Los Angeles Kings weren’t the only winners Friday night
Everything you need to know before catching the next rounds of competition.
Does sports columnist T.J. Simers know he’s writing for the Los Angeles Times?