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Wes McCauley yells the word “WHISTLE” at a CBJ-LAK scrum. In case they didn’t hear it.

More Moves In The Kingdom

The Los Angeles Kings have activated forward Ilya Kovalchuk from the injured reserve, the team announced on Saturday.

Problems At The Palace. Kings' Doughty Struggling With Slide

A trade made by the last-place Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday did nothing to brighten Drew Doughty's mood.

A New Reign. Kings' Lose Campbell 4-6 Weeks, Call Up Peterson From Ontario

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jack Campbell will be out of the lineup for at least four-to-six weeks after suffering a meniscus tear in his knee that will require surgery.
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LA 4 Anaheim 1

Ilya Kovalchuk had a goal and two assists, and the Kings posted a 4-1 win against the Ducks in Willie Desjardins' first game as head coach
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King Willie

Here is the Nov. 7 edition of Dan Rosen's weekly mailbag, which runs every Wednesday. If you have a question, tweet it to @drosennhl and use #OvertheBoards.
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Take A Knee

Kyle Clifford of the Kings clipped Jordan Greenway near centre ice midway through the first period of Thursday’s 4-1 Wild victory.
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Court Is In Session In L.A.

The Los Angeles Kings held a closed-door meeting that lasted almost 20 minutes after losing their fourth straight game Saturday.
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Canadians Can't Ring The Bell On King Jack

Jack Campbell made 40 saves to record his first career shutout in the Kings' 3-0 victory against the Canadiens
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Port Huron, MI's Jack Campbell Stops 40 To Earn His First NHL Shutout.

Jack Campbell made 40 saves for his first career shutout as the Los Angeles Kings blanked the Canadiens 3-0 on Thursday night to spoil Montreal's home opener.

Welcome back, Ilya!

Ilya Kovalchuk, playing in his third game as a Los Angeles King, redirected a nice centering pass from defenseman Drew Doughty on Tuesday night for his first NHL goal since April 25, 2015.