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PODCAST: All Things Ontario Reign

Reign Insider on Ontario's playoff push; plus a preview of the Reign-themed episode of Kings Weekly

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast / LAKings.com

Listen in as Reign Insider Lindsay Czarnecki joins host Jesse Cohen to discuss the Ontario Reign and their late season playoff push.

Later in the episode, FOX Sports West's Jack A. Wilson previews a Reign-themed episode of Kings Weekly.

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FOX Sports West: Women in Sports Networking Event

The LA Kings hosted a panel of women for the 'She is FOX Sports' Networking Event

by Emily Griganavicius @LAKings / LAKings.com

On March 14, before the LA Kings hosted the Arizona Coyotes at STAPLES Center, the Kings hosted a Women in Sports Networking Event for FOX Sports West.

The Kings put together a panel of women who work for AEG and the Kings organization to speak to the Women of FOX Sports, which included 40 women from FOX Sports West.

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Ice Guardians Movie Screening

by LA Kings PR @LAKingsPR / LAKings.com

The Los Angeles Kings will host a special movie screening of Ice Guardians next month to benefit the Kings Care Foundation. The event will feature a post-movie Q and A with several former NHL players including Kings 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Kevin Westgarth, who is featured in the movie, and Luc Robitaille and Jarret Stoll.

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LA Kings Top 5 Plays of the Week 3/20/17

All hope is not lost.

by PumperNicholl @PumperNicholl / LAKings.com

So, that week could have gone better for the LA Kings.

Losing to two teams you're chasing for a playoff spot isn't ideal. Neither is losing a game that you were leading with 90 seconds remaining.

Still, the Kings got a shutout win to keep themselves in the playoff hunt.

It may seem like all hope is lost after last night's loss to the Calgary Flames.

But, somehow, the Kings are just six points out of the final playoff spot, with both the Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues sitting at 81 points.

All three teams play three games this week.

So, despite everything that's happened, the Kings could be right back in the playoff mix at the end of the week.

And with these amazing plays from the prior week, it's not too crazy to think that the Kings could be on the verge of turning things around.

...oh please be turning things around, Kings. Don't do this to me. Not again.

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Bark Madness 2017: Final Four

Check out the LA Kings dogs going head-to-head in semi-final round and vote for a winner in each match-up!

by The Royal Half @TheRoyalHalf / LAKings.com

Now that the match-ups are set, it's time for the Final Four in Bark Madness 2017 presented by Zignature!

We had an incredibly exciting battle in the Elite 8, so be sure to check out how each of the dogs made it through the Elite 8 and into the Final Four.

All caught up? Good. Because now it's time to get voting for the Final Four to figure out which dogs will move on to the Bark Madness Championship!

And LA Kings fans everywhere have Bark Madness Fever™!

Tweet from @Vacctopus: Kinda mad at myself for caring so much about Bark Madness

Now, let's take a look at the match-ups for the 2017 Bark Madness Final Four.

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Bark Madness: Elite 8 Winners Announced!

See which LA Kings dogs will be advancing to the Final Four

by The Royal Half @TheRoyalHalf / LAKings.com

Wow, another amazing week of Bark Madness 2017 presented by Zignature! We are now through two rounds and over 35,000 votes have been cast as we search for the best LA Kings dog on the internet!

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The Elite 8 was where the competition really revved up and LA Kings fans across the country took to the streets to get out the vote!

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Playoff Push: Lessons from Kings vs Alberta Rivalry

How the LA Kings can look to the past for motivation against the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast / LAKings.com

The LA Kings next two games (and six of their remaining 12) are against the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers.

From 1981-93, these three rivals combined to play against each other in 16 playoff series. Each team seemed to take turns as the dominant divisional force, with the Oilers being crowned Smythe Division Champion six consecutive seasons (1982-87), the Flames for three consecutive seasons (1988-90), and the Kings once in 1991, followed by their 1993 Campbell Conference playoff victory on their way to the Stanley Cup Final.

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Simpsons, LA Kings Together at Last on Kings Weekly

FOX Sports West goes behind the scenes at the Simpsons production offices with writer, producer and longtime Kings fan Mike Scully

by PumperNicholl @PumperNicholl / LAKings.com

The LA Kings and the Simpsons in the same feature?!

It's like everything in my life has led up to this moment. Thank you, Kings Weekly.

My good friends Jack A. Wilson (Senior Producer, FOX Sports West) and Jon Rosen (LA Kings Insider) got to spend the day with Simpsons writer and producer Mike Scully, and I've never been more jealous.

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LA Kings Green: Team Launches Sustainable Initiatives

Program aims to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues

by LA Kings PR @LAKingsPR / LAKings.com

The LA Kings today announced their latest initiative: LA Kings Green, an umbrella program to encompass the team's sustainable initiatives.

In recognition that environmental issues directly impact hockey, a sport that is often learned atop of frozen ponds, LA Kings Green aims to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues and will continue to drive positive impact through arena operations as well as fan and community engagement.

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How the LA Kings Could Still Make the Playoffs

The LA Kings are chasing a playoff spot as they head into their last 13 games of the season, but they may be able to catch up

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast / LAKings.com

The LA Kings have 13 regular season games left in the 2016-17 season. Right now, they find themselves four points out of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, but that path isn't all that likely.

With no head-to-head games remaining against the St. Louis Blues, the Kings are at the mercy of the hockey gods. And with the Blues facing the Colorado Avalanche and Arizona Coyotes a combined six more times this season, it becomes rather unlikely that they will fall apart down the stretch.

Instead, Kings fans should be setting their sights on a different opponent to catch and pass for a playoff spot.

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