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Topic - Los Angeles Kings
The Capitals went all out in free agency with the signings of Brooks Orpik and Matt Niskanen. Vegas oddsmakers were not impressed.
The Capitals have an excellent history in recent drafts. New GM Brian MacLellan will try to continue that trend.
Two of the NHL's potentially most coveted unrestricted free agents won't be hitting the open market after all as Gaborik and Callahan signs new deals.
Alex Ovechkin will win the Rocket Richard trophy for the fourth time in seven years. Who will win the other awards?
In front of 18,000 people at the Staples Center and hundreds of thousands of others watching on television — many of them, of course, children — the mayor of the second-largest city in America held up a beer bottle and used the F-word.
In Las Vegas, the Capitals are no longer odds-on favorites to win the Cup. Neither are this year's champs.
A raucous contingent of fans lined Figueroa Street as the Kings rode nine double-decker buses and a flatbed truck about one mile to Staples Center. They showed off the Cup, the Campbell Cup and Justin Williams' Conn Smythe Trophy while confetti flew and fans gave a nonstop standing ovation to the champions.
With the NHL's compliance buyout window set to open on Monday, a number of high-priced players could soon be looking for work.
Alec Martinez's goal lifts the Kings to the championship for the second time in three seasons.
They first faced elimination more than seven weeks ago when they lost their first three postseason games to San Jose, but followed up that landmark comeback with two more seven-game series victories.
The Kings are the only team in the past six years to win a Stanley Cup on home ice.
With the weary poise of a team that has already been through three seven-game series this spring, the Kings insisted they're not bothered by their inability to finish a sweep in New York. Mike Richards and the Kings calmly flew home, grabbed a few hours of sleep and focused on a good start to Game 5, figuring it will lead to the big finish.
The champagne the Los Angeles Kings had ready for a coronation stayed in boxes. The New York Rangers suddenly have some life in the Stanley Cup finals.
The New York Rangers suddenly have some life in the Stanley Cup finals.
Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings are finishing off the New York Rangers in a big hurry.