Recent News

Kings and Reign Provide $1 Million Expansion to Ronald McDonald House Inland Empire

The Kings and Reign are providing to Ronald McDonald House Inland Empire $1 million to help that facility double the amount of guest rooms and create new team-themed family and children’s recreation rooms. The $1 million gift expands the House to 54 guest rooms with a grand reopening scheduled for December 12, 2016.

Los Angeles Kings Get Their First Win of the Season

Alec Martinez scored 1:20 into overtime to give the Los Angeles Kings their first win of the season, 4-3 against the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center on Thursday. The victory ended the Kings three-game losing streak.

Los Angeles Kings Announce First Series of LA Kings Holiday Ice Outdoor Rinks

The Los Angeles Kings will unveil five special outdoor Ice Rinks throughout Southern California in time for the Holiday Season, the club announced today. LA Kings Holiday Ice will be featured in Redondo Beach, Long Beach, Woodland Hills and the Port of San Pedro in Los Angeles in addition to the organization’s annual Ice Rink LA LIVE’s Microsoft Square in downtown Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Kings Announce We are All Heroes Program

On Thursday the team announced that Kings fans can nominate a hero in their community to participate in the first LA Kings We Are All Heroes program this season. Through January, the Kings will recognize 50 local heroes at a game each month as part of this Kings Forever 50 initiative.

Highlight of the Los Angeles Kings Forever 50 Community Initiative

As part of the franchise’s 50th Anniversary celebration, and to help highlight the club’s Forever 50 community initiative, the Los Angeles Kings and Kings Care Foundation have pledged to engage Kings players, alumni, staff and fans with 50 charitable acts throughout the city of Los Angeles. These acts, characterized by monetary and in-kind donations, awareness campaigns and volunteerism, intend to give back in a substantial way to the same city that has supported the LA Kings since the franchise began in 1966.

Jonathan Quick Had a Non-surgical Procedure for a Lower-body Injury

Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick had a non-surgical procedure for a lower-body injury Tuesday and is out indefinitely, the team said Wednesday. General manager Dean Lombardi told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday, that Quick will be out for about three months, and confirmed the injury is in the same area as the strained groin that kept him out for almost two months on 2013-14 season.

Los Angeles Kings Recognized by the City of Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Kings were recognized by the City of Los Angeles at the LA City Council Chambers on Tuesday. The Kings announced that they are donating $1 million to the YMCA to help generate more interest in hockey among local youth.

Los Angeles Kings Lose Third Game in a Row

The Los Angeles Kings lost three in a row to start the season. The Minnesota Wild had six players scoring to defeat the Kings 6-3 at Xcel Energy Center on Tuesday.

Los Angeles Kings Receive Courage to Care Award

On Saturday, the Los Angeles Kings received the Courage to Care award at the sold-out Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Once Upon a Time Gala, which raised $4-million. Eric Stonestreet, presented the Kings with their honor at the gala, stating that when Robitaille asked him to come it was a no brainer to support his beloved Kings.

Los Angeles Kings Golden Season Start, Ends with 4-2 Loss to Philadelphia Flyers

The Kings were defeated 4-2 by the Philadelphia Flyers at STAPLES Center on Friday. Drew Doughty and Brayden McNabb scored for the Kings after four unanswered goals.