The Chicago Blackhawks were suitably impressed by the Los Angeles Kings’ 15-game home winning streak.
There’s a sign in the hallway that runs from the home locker room to the ice at the United Center.
The final four teams in the NHL playoffs feature the last four champions for the second time in league history and for the first time since 1945, when the league consisted of just the Original Six.
The Kings’ seven-game series with the Sharks came down to another tense third period, with the home team clinging to another one-goal lead.
Although Dustin Brown will always remember raising the Stanley Cup above his head last year, he also remembers the pain of a first-round playoff loss to San Jose one year before the Los Angeles Kings became champions.
Even sunny Southern California is getting in on the NHL’s new slate of outdoor games.
The Detroit Red Wings moved a step closer toward extending their postseason streak to 22 with a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night.
This may be hypocritical, but I am glad the Red Wings do not have cheerleaders or hot ice girls at Joe Louis Arena.
While improved offensive play and some solid defense has keyed the Los Angeles Kings’ two-week run of success, a sudden goal surge has the Detroit Red Wings in position to equal their longest winning streak of 2013.
The Stanley Cup Final’ television ratings were down 29 percent from last year.