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San Jose Sharks to play games without fans
The San Jose Sharks will play their next three home games at SAP Center as scheduled, but those games will be closed to the general public.
2020-03-12 02:44:35
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Kings agree to terms with former first-round pick Alex Turcotte
The Kings locked up a cornerstone piece of their future Wednesday by agreeing to terms with former first-round draft pick Alex Turcotte on a three-year entry level contract.
2020-03-12 02:30:50
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As leagues and teams begin to shut door on fans because of coronavirus, will NHL follow?
As the coronavirus outbreak has worsened in the past week, sporting events and teams such as San Jose Sharks and Columbus Blue Jackets have started to shutter their doors to the general public.
2020-03-12 01:44:02
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Columbus Blue Jackets to play games without fans present
Columbus became the first NHL team to say it will play in an empty arena, announcing on Wednesday that it will abide by a mandate from the state of Ohio.
2020-03-12 00:50:35
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Coronavirus: Fans are still allowed at many sporting events. But are they showing up?
Is the coronavirus outbreak keeping local fans from attending Lakers, Clippers and other professional teams' games? Seems like it depends on the team.
2020-03-11 20:02:45
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'Nothing is making me quit': How Cammi Granato earned her top spot in hockey
A clever forward with a great scoring touch, Granato played in the first women's world championships in 1990 and was the captain of the champion 1998 U.S. team in the first women's Olympic hockey tournament.
2020-03-09 12:00:05
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U.S. women's hockey players look for stability in starting their own league
Nearly 50 years after Congress passed Title IX, female athletes are still scrambling for a fair shot in the male-dominated world of sport. In hockey, top Americans and Canadians train with their national teams part-time; the rest of the season, they have only a small pro league that offers twice-a-week practices, weekend games and thin salaries.
2020-03-08 12:00:02
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Elliott: Coronavirus starting to have major impact on hockey world
The spread of coronavirus has forced the cancellation of a major hockey tournament and has pushed the NHL toward the brink of change.
2020-03-08 03:26:50
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Women's hockey world championships canceled because of coronavirus outbreak
The IIHF announces it is canceling this year's women's hockey championships in Canada because of the coronavirus outbreak.
2020-03-07 21:19:30
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Elliott: Sled hockey helps teenage double amputee thrive: 'I'm in the best place possible'
Lera Doederlein has overcome her physical limitations to become a member of the U.S. women's national development sled hockey team and this season's 21st Duck.
2020-03-07 16:00:28
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Henri Richard, who won a record 11 Stanley Cups with the Canadiens, dies at 84
Henri Richard, who holds the record for most Stanley Cup wins during his 20-year NHL career with the Montreal Canadiens, died Friday at age 84.
2020-03-07 01:43:44
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NHL recommends players limit contact with fans over coronavirus concerns
The NHL has sent a memo to teams advising them to tell players to limit close interaction with fans in response to concerns about the coronavirus.
2020-03-07 01:28:25
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Elliott: Kings see their past and present collide against Maple Leafs
The Kings' rebuilding phase is underway and includes some former-player reunions like Saturday, when two generations of Kings players were on display
2020-03-06 08:40:04
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Ex-Kings assistant Dusty Imoo recalls sudden alarm, rush to leave China as coronavirus broke out
Dusty Imoo, former goalie development coach for the Kings, took a job in Beijing this season and got a close look at how the coronavirus affected China.
2020-03-06 00:41:25
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NHL general managers decide to keep emergency goalie rules the same
After a "lot of discussions," NHL general managers have decided to not to make any changes regarding the deployment of emergency goaltenders in games.
2020-03-02 22:20:40
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NHL observations: David Ayres achieves the dream thanks to one of hockey's quirks
David Ayres' meteoric rise into the sports limelight shows how unusual hockey's backup goalie procedures work in today's billion-dollar sports.
2020-02-29 23:45:24
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Kings are as synonymous with South Bay as the aviation industry and the beach
The Los Angeles Kings have made their home away from Staples Center in the South Bay, an aviation industry hub with an established hockey 'bubble.'
2020-02-29 22:21:29
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Kings check all boxes in win over Penguins
The Kings look dominant in the 2-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
2020-02-27 09:07:51
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Elliott: Blake Bolden continues her pioneering role in hockey as scout for Kings
Blake Bolden was hired recently by the Kings as a scout. She is believed to be the the first black female professional scout in the NHL.
2020-02-27 04:38:23
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Kings hope full commitment to rebuild leads to another contending team
Eight trades, two negated contracts, and one coaching change later, the first phase of the Kings' rebuilding process is complete.
2020-02-26 23:48:51
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Unmasking the artist behind John Gibson's tribute to Kobe Bryant
When Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash, Ducks goalie John Gibson wanted to honor the Lakers legend with his mask. He knew just who to contact.
2020-02-26 17:00:43
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Elliott: Kings and Ducks made lower-tier moves mostly aimed toward future at trade deadline
The Ducks won the distinction of making the most deals in the final hours before Monday's NHL trade deadline while the Kings only made one trade.
2020-02-25 06:57:04
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Kings hope newly acquired prospect Tyler Madden continues to surpass expectations
Tyler Madden is the newest potential piece of the Kings' future, the biggest prospect they acquired in the trades leading up to the NHL deadline.
2020-02-23 23:00:41
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Kings re-sign forward Martin Frk to a two-year contract extension
Kings forward Martin Frk signs a two-year contract with the team as he continues to cement his place on the roster.
2020-02-23 09:22:04
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Elliott: Forty years later, 'Miracle on Ice' still has a lot of meaning to players and fans
The 1980 U.S Olympic hockey team gathered in Las Vegas to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 'Miracle on Ice,' and the stories remained riveting.
2020-02-23 07:15:26
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NHL observations: Kings and Ducks among teams getting early jump on trade deadline
Tyler Toffoli, Alec Martinez and Kyle Clifford, who all won two Stanley Cups with the Kings, and Ondrej Kase from the Ducks were among veterans traded.
2020-02-23 00:13:24
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Ducks trade Ondrej Kase to Boston for David Backes, a first-round pick
The Ducks dealt forward Ondrej Kase to the Boston Bruins in exchange for forward David Backes, prospect Axel Andersson and a 2020 first-round pick.
2020-02-22 05:02:14
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'Miracle' revived the memory and glory of the 1980 U.S. hockey team's triumph
The 2004 film 'Miracle' didn't follow the script when it came to most hockey movies. It provided a dramatic retelling of one of the greatest Olympic moments.
2020-02-22 03:13:10
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Gabriel Vilardi gets two points in debut, Kings score five goals in win over Panthers
Fresh faces, including top prospect Gabriel Vilardi making his debut, replaced familiar ones in the Kings' locker room before a game against Florida.
2020-02-21 01:40:02
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Kings trade Alec Martinez to Golden Knights for more draft picks
Alec Martinez, who scored the goal that won the Stanley Cup for the Kings in 2014, is sent to Vegas for two second-round draft picks.
2020-02-20 00:18:05
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