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50 Forgotten Stories: Stopping Wayne Gretzky at 51

Recalling the game where the LA Kings halted one of the most unbreakable records in NHL history

by Sheng Peng @Sheng_Peng / LAKings.com

Everyone remembers "The Miracle on Manchester."

But the underdog LA Kings managed to foil the powerful Edmonton Oilers on other occasions in the '80s.

Memorably, on January 28, 1984, the Kings halted Wayne Gretzky's consecutive point-scoring streak at 51 games.

This still-standing mark, one of Gretzky's 60 official NHL records, is also considered one of his most unbreakable.

Recently, LAKings.com caught up with Rogie Vachon, Jay Wells, and Markus Mattsson, and they recounted how, for one night, they stopped the Great One.

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Go Metro from N. Hollywood, Win Kings 'Golden Ticket'

Park N Ride as the LA Kings take on the Anaheim Ducks on Feb. 25 to win prizes

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

The LA Kings are hosting the Anaheim Ducks in a pivotal matinee showdown on February 25 at 1 p.m.

Not only are there two cruicial points on the line in this pivotal Pacific Division showdown, but there are more things up for grabs for Kings fans heading to the game.

Beginning at 10 a.m. on game day, fans can enter in Metro's Park N Ride from the North Hollywood Station for an opportunity to win a "Golden Ticket" that can be redeemed for Kings memorabilia, tickets to an upcoming game and more!

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ATKM: Hockey Day in Anaheim

Jesse Cohen takes a trip down to Ducks land

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast / LAKings.com

The Kings headed into Anaheim with an 0-2 record since returning from a 4 game road trip and their scheduled "bye" week. Having become accustomed to seeing them play on the road, I decided to follow them to the Honda Center.

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LA Kings Top 5 Plays of the Week - 2/20/17

The LA Kings return from the bye week with three tough losses, but somehow manage to have at least 5 highlights.

by Emily Griganavicius @LAKings / LAKings.com

The LA Kings returned from the bye week and performed, well, subpar. 

After three tough losses, the last week did not seem like it would provide too many highlights. Fortunately, Tanner Pearson, Dustin Brown and Peter Budaj gave us some bright spots to look back at.

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PODCAST: Ducks Postgame with the Insider Jon Rosen

LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen joins host Jesse Cohen from The Honda Center following a 1-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks.

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast / LAKings.com

LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen joins host Jesse Cohen from The Honda Center following a 1-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks. Then Annika Greder Duncan gives her impression of Adrian Kempe and the Kings playoffs chances. Subscribe on iTunes or any podcasting app. Subscription links and recent episodes can be found at LAKings.com/podcast.

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LA Kings to Oversee Operations for Eisbären Berlin

Kings President and Hockey Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille to serve as President of Board of Directors

by LA Kings PR @LAKingsPR / LAKings.com

BERLIN / LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Kings will now oversee all operations of Eisbären Berlin, it was announced today at a news conference at Mercedes-Benz Arena.

Eisbären Berlin of the German Ice Hockey League and the LA Kings of the National Hockey League are owned and operated by AEG Sports, a division of the Anschutz Entertainment Group. The LA Kings will now begin leading all hockey operations and administrative matters, directing the day-to-day leadership of Managing Director Peter John Lee. Lee will report directly to LA Kings President, Business Operations and Hockey Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille.

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LA Kings Random Act of Kindness - De Mint Family

The Kings Care Foundation and Anze Kopitar give a family a one of a kind experience.

by Emily Griganavicius @LAKings / LAKings.com

In honor of Random Acts of Kindess Day, the LA Kings wanted to help make a wish come true.

So, today, the Kings Care Foundation invited the De Mint family to come to the Kings' practice and get a one-of-a-kind experience.

This was especially true for the oldest son, Tim, who is a huge Kings fan and loves Anze Kopitar.

The De Mint family has three boys who are all suffering from a rare genetic degenerative neurological disorder known as ATAXIA.

ATAXIA usually begins in patients' late adolescent years. The symptoms include loss of motor skills, vision and hearing loss, and muscle weakness causing patients to be unable to walk, drive, and unable to handle their daily basic needs.

Unfortunately, there is no cure.

Because the De Mint family deals with the challenges caused by ATAXIA in their day-to-day lives, the Kings wanted to spoil them with the true Kings experience.

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50 Kindness Ideas For #RandomActsofKingsness

The Kings want you to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day with #RandomActsofKingsness

by Random Acts of Kindness @RAKFoundation / LAKings.com

Want to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day today? Here are 50 fun ideas to do anywhere.

Quick! Pick a number 1-50.

Post your #RandomActsofKingsness and we'll be giving away signed pucks tonight!

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PODCAST: Coyotes Postgame; Inside Look with Jay Flats

Live in the press box following the LA Kings 5-3 loss; plus Jay Flats gives us a behind the scenes look of his job as in-arena host for the Kings

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast / LAKings.com

Jack Jablonski joins host Jesse Cohen live in the press box at STAPLES Center to break down the LA Kings 5-3 loss to the Arizona Coyotes.

Then take a peek behind the scenes as Kings In-Arena Host Jay Flats discusses the challenges of his role, his path to the Kings and the highlights of his time in Los Angeles.

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