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Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center

With a talented veteran core and a prospect pipeline brimming with talented youth, the upcoming season looks bright for the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center. The adjacent LA Live entertainment complex makes attending a game at Staples a complete fan- and family-friendly experience.

Los Angeles Kings 2019-20 Season

The Kings did not make the Playoffs in the 2018-19 campaign but have high hopes for the 2019-20 season. The core of Anze Kopitar (60 points), Dustin Brown (51 points) and Drew Doughty (45 points) return to lead the team along with goaltender Jonathan Quick. Sharpshooter Jeff Carter and emerging talent Adrian Kempe give the Kings a fiery offense. 

Los Angeles' season kicks off on the road on Oct. 5 at the Edmonton Oilers. The home opener is Oct. 12 against the Nashville Predators.

Los Angeles Kings History

The Kings were founded in 1967 as part of the six-team influx that saw the NHL® expand to 12 teams. There were some shining stars; Rogie Vachon was stellar in goal, while Hall of Famer Marcel Dionne lit the lamp at a furious pace alongside his "Triple Crown" line mates Dave Taylor and Charlie Simmer. Alas, this talent did not lead to much success in the postseason, other than 1982's "Miracle on Manchester" over the heavily favored Edmonton Oilers, who were led by a 21-year-old phenom named Wayne Gretzky. 

Six years later, the Kings landed The Great One™. Alongside fellow stars Jari Kurri, Luc Robitaille, Rob Blake, and Kelly Hrudey, the team flirted with success for several years, ultimately losing to the Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup® Final in 1993.

Shortly after the turn of the century the Kings began acquiring young talents like Kopitar, Brown, Doughty, and Quick, who would become cornerstones to later success. Led by coach Darryl Sutter, the Kings broke through in a big way, winning two Stanley Cup® Championships in three seasons, thoroughly dominating the New Jersey Devils in 2012 and New York Rangers in 2014.