GM Dean Lombardi disputed some of the facts that the New York Post ran on the weekend when they stated that the Kings players locked coach Darryl Sutter out of the locker room.
Larry Brooks of the New York Post is reporting that Los Angeles Kings coach Darryl Sutter was locked out of the locker room by his players following a loss on the road in the last two weeks.
The Los Angeles Kings are in danger of becoming the first defending Stanley Cup champions since the Carolina Hurricanes to miss the playoffs.
The Los Angeles Kings are just 3-15 in games that are settled in overtime or a shootout.
Darryl Sutter wants the Kings aiming for more than a postseason berth.
The Los Angeles Kings have not allowed a power play goal against them since February 12.
The first period tends to be the worst for the Los Angeles Kings.
The Los Angeles Kings AHL franchise will be in Ontario, California next season.
The Los Angeles Kings have gone 1-2-2 in their current homestand.
Kings coach Darryl Sutter would love to see an All-Star Game format that pitted the Stanley Cup winners against the rest of the league's best.
The Los Angeles Kings scored three times in the final 2:30 of regulation to send the game into overtime.
The Los Angeles Kings will start a seven game homestand on Saturday.
The Los Angeles power play has been on fire of late as they have scored 10 goals in their last 23 opportunities.
Kings GM Dean Lombardi feels the fact that Slava Voynov's cap hit is still on their books is evidence that "the system is dysfunctional."