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John Stevens Named LA Kings Head Coach

Kings agree to contract terms with Stevens to become new Head Coach

by LA Kings PR @LAKings /

The LA Kings and John Stevens have agreed to contract terms for Stevens to serve as the club's new Head Coach, it was announced today by Kings Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake.

Stevens has most recently served as the club's Associate Head Coach. He has been part of the Kings coaching staff the past seven seasons.

The Kings are scheduled to host a news conference on Monday beginning at 1:30 p.m. at STAPLES Center to formally introduce Stevens. It will be streamed live at

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PODCAST: Ontario Reign 2017 Calder Cup Playoff Preview

Opening round best-of-five series between Reign and San Diego Gulls begins this weekend

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast /

Listen in as Jesse Cohen provides an in-depth look at the opening round of the Calder Cup playoffs as the Ontario Reign face the San Diego Gulls in a best-of-five playoff series that begins Friday in San Diego.

Reign broadcaster Joey Zakrzewski, Reign Insider Lindsay Czarnecki and Gulls play-by-play voice Craig Elsten join the show to preview the first round matchup between the SoCal rivals.

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LA Kings Team-Signed Stick Giveaway

Check out how you can win a team-signed stick at the Ontario Reign's playoff game Saturday night

by Emily Griganavicius @LAKings /

While the Ontario Reign's first game of the Calder Cup Playoffs is Friday night in San Diego, we want LA Kings fans to help Black out the Bank on Saturday night.

Come cheer on Adrian Kempe, Jonny Brodzinski and Paul LaDue as they help the Reign try to defeat the Gulls in Game 2.

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Ontario Reign Calder Cup Playoffs

LaDue, Kempe, and Brodzinski will help the Ontario Reign during their 2017 Calder Cup Playoff run

by LA Kings @LAKings /

Adrian Kempe, Jonny Brodzinski, Paul LaDue and the Ontario Reign are heading to the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs!

Watch: Youtube Video

In the first round, they are playing their Southern California rival, the San Diego Gulls. The game on Friday, April 21st, will the fifth time the Reign have played the Gulls in the past six games.

Tweet from @ontarioreign: Here is EVERYTHING you need to know about our 1st RD playoff series vs. @SDGullsAHL

Last year, the Reign and Gulls played each other in the best-of-seven Pacific Division Finals with the Reign winning the series, 4-1.

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LA Kings Sign Forward Alex Iafallo

Kings sign forward Alex Iafallo to a two-year entry-level contract

by LA Kings @LAKings /

The LA Kings have signed forward Alex Iafallo to a two-year entry-level contract, Kings Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake announced today. 

The 23-year-old Iafallo (born Dec. 21, 1993) is a 6-0, 190-pound native of Eden, New York who appeared in 42 games this past season with the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs (NCHC), posting 51 points (21-30=51), a plus-22 rating and 22 penalty minutes. His 51 points tied for 12th nationally.  

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Familiar Foes: Ontario Reign and San Deigo Gulls

The Reign and Gulls are extremely acquainted with one another and will meet in the first round of the Calder Cup Playoffs

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast /

They say familiarity breeds contempt, and the Ontario Reign and San Diego Gulls will have faced each other 12 times in the AHL's regular season.

Now, the two teams will face each other in the best-of-5 Conference Quarterfinal of the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs

If the opening round matchup winds up needing all five games to be decided, the Reign and Gulls will have played each other in nine of their previous ten games.

If the two teams weren't already intimately familiar with one another, the two teams met last season in the Conference Semi-Finals, with Ontario defeating the Gulls in five games, 4-1.

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LA Kings Sign Defenseman Chaz Reddekopp

The LA Kings sign defenseman Chaz Reddekopp to a three-year entry-level contract

by LA Kings @LAKings /

The LA Kings have signed defenseman Chaz Reddekopp to a three-year entry-level contract, Kings Vice President/General Manager Rob Blake announced today.

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50 Forgotten Stories: Bob Miller & Roy Storey

If it was not for Roy Storey, Bob Miller would have been the voice of the LA Kings for 45 years

by Sheng Peng @Sheng_Peng /

This was Bob Miller's 44th year as the LA Kings broadcaster, but it could have been his 45th.

In April 1972, Lakers announcer Chick Hearn, who was charged with finding a replacement for Jiggs McDonald by owner Jack Kent Cooke, recommended Miller for the job.

Shortly thereafter, Miller learned that Los Angeles was going with Roy Storey.

The Hall of Famer recounted in his memoir Tales from the Los Angeles Kings, "I later found out that Cooke always had to let you know he was in charge. If you came to him with three persons to hire and you picked one, he would pick another just to show you he was the boss. That was what happened to Chick." 

Storey lasted just one season in LA before he was fired.

So what was the story ... with Roy Storey? 


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@LAKings Makes 2017 Stanley Cup Picks

A scientific breakdown and prediction for each round of the 2017 playoffs

by LA Kings @LAKings /

Your old friends @LAKings decided to take a quick break during today's 18 holes at the Brentwood Country Club to submit our Stanley Cup picks.

So sit back and crack open a nice tall cold can of LaCroix and ridicule our horrendous round-by-round selections.

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