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What Should the Los Angeles Kings Do This NHL Offseason

One of the most memorable postseason runs in recent history gave the Los Angeles Kings their second Stanley Cup championship in three seasons. After playing three consecutive seven-game series to reach the NHL finals, the Kings dispatched the New York Rangers in five games for the title. General Manager Dean Lombardi has built an impressive core of talent, one that should contend for the next several years. In the era of the NHL salary cap, the Kings will still have some roster decisions to make in the offseason. Their overall depth and stable of young players should offset any major veteran losses.

Here’s a look at what the Kings need to do in the offseason to continue their potential dynasty:
Bring Back Gaborik: The Kings Trade deadline acquisition of Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets turned out to be a masterstroke, especially in the first and second rounds of the playoffs. The dynamic forward scored several big postseason goals, forming a winning combination with Anze Kopitar. Gaborik led the NHL in postseason goals with fourteen, winning his first Stanley Cup in the process. He’ll be a coveted free agent but all signs indicate that the Kings have the interest and ability to re-sign the Slovakian forward. This postseason the Kings became a much more dynamic offensive team, and Gaborik’s presence was a big factor in that evolution.

Sign either Willie Mitchell or Matt Greene: Lombardi has done a fantastic job locking up the core of the roster in long-term deals. Drew Doughty and Alec Martinez, the team’s top defensive combo, are signed through next season. Two veteran blue-liners, Willie Mitchell and Matt Greene are unrestricted free agents. Both have battled injuries the past couple of seasons, but are key contributors when healthy, as well as a veteran presence. Mitchell, in particular, played a massive role this postseason. The Kings don’t need to resign both veterans but should look to bring one of them back for the veteran presence and overall depth of the defense.

Continue the youth movement: In the new NHL salary cap era, it’s incredible how adeptly Dean Lombardi has built the roster and managed the salary cap. Core players Dustin Brown, Jonathan Quick, Drew Doughty, Jeff Carter, Slava Voynov and Mike Richards are all signed for the next five seasons while Anze Kopitar, Alec Martinez, and Jarett Stoll are all signed through at least next season. The long-term deals have given the King’s stability while their young players have developed. This past postseason the LA Kings received massive contributions from the exciting young talent of Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson, and Kyle Clifford. All three played big roles and should play even bigger roles next season. The offensive spark provided by the three, along with Gaborik, played a role in the King’s offensive evolution from a defensive and puck possession team to the highest scoring team in the past postseason.

Along with the Chicago Blackhawks, the Kings will be the favorites to represent the Western Conference in the NHL finals next season. They are a potential dynasty, a franchise built for the long haul. The key now is health and the continued evolution of the young talent the organization has built. In the last twenty seasons, dynasties in the NHL have been few and far between. In an era of competitive balance created by the salary cap, the Kings have a real opportunity to win consecutive Stanley Cup titles. Find out how much LA Kings ticket prices are for their upcoming games at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

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    Ten days ago the Dodgers were 9.5 games behind the red-hot Giants, who had the best record in baseball. The team that many thought was a sure bet to repeat as NL West champions was struggling to keep pace with their arch-rivals from the Bay Area. Flash forward a week and a half, and the Dodgers are right back into the thick of the race, just five days after ESPN Insider declared that the Giants are a near certainty to win the division, holding an 8.5 game lead just five days ago. In a five-day span, the Giants have lost five straight while a three-game Dodgers winning streak has them within four games of the division leaders.

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    Wednesday night Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw threw his first career no-hitter and the 12th overall no-hitter in Los Angeles Dodgers history. Kershaw struck out fifteen in a dominant effort and was just an error away from a perfect game. With the Giants losing earlier in the day Kershaw’s no-hitter was an exclamation point in series sweep of the Rockies that included three strong starting pitching performances.

    The three-game Dodgers winning streak has given them eight wins in their last ten games, and an important three-game home winning streak. The Dodgers remain just 18-20 at Dodger Stadium, combined with an impressive 22-14 road record.The recent win streak and strong road performance point to the Dodgers righting the ship. The Giants have burst out to a substantial lead but the current five-game losing streak, coupled with a solid run of play for the Dodgers, has come at the right time. Like last season the Dodgers seem to be making their June run.

    So will the Dodgers repeat as National League West champions? Although it looked bleak less than two weeks ago, there are several positive developments that point to a Dodgers repeat. Here are five reasons the Dodgers will surpass the Giants and repeat as division champions.

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    Their Home Record: Last season Los Angeles was 47-34 at home. In 2012 when they finished eight games behind the Giants for the division the Dodgers were 45-36 at home. This year they are a surprising 18-20, which includes this week’s three-game sweep of the Rockies. Chances are the Dodgers will play significantly better at home in the second half of the season, which bodes well for a division push.

    Matt Kemp: The Dodgers recent strong form has coincided with the best form of the season for Matt Kemp. After missing nearly all of last season, the Dodgers star outfielder seems to be rounding back into form. Over the past seven days, he’s hit .417 with two home runs and seven runs batted in.

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    The Bullpen: Heading into the season the Dodgers bullpen was a massive strength, with Kenley Jansen coming off of a dominant first season as the closer, and Brian Wilson returning as a premier setup man.

    After a terrible start to the season, the Dodgers bullpen is beginning to show the form that many predicted coming into the season. Adding to the recent performance of the bullpen has been the performance of Brandon League. Last season League began the year as the closer but struggled, eventually losing his closer job to Jansen. This season League has regained his form and become a reliable setup man. League has an excellent 2.27 ERA in 35 innings pitched. League, JP Howell and recently Brian Wilson have combined with Jansen to give the Dodgers the pen many expected. With League’s re-emergence the Dodgers have a strong bullpen group to compete with the Giants down the stretch.

    The Return of Kershaw: After missing nearly a month and a half due to a muscle strain behind his shoulder, the Dodgers ace left-hander is back in elite form and staking a claim for another Cy Young Award. Wednesday night’s no-hitter was Kershaw as his most dominant.

    That Starting Rotation: With the emergence of Josh Beckett and a healthy Clayton Kershaw the Dodgers have the deepest and best starting rotation in baseball. At the top of the rotation, the Dodgers have two elite left-handers in Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu and Zack Greinke, whose 24-7 over the past two seasons. Veteran right-handers Josh Beckett and Dan Haren have solidified the back-end of the rotation, with Beckett sporting a 2.49 ERA.

    All signs point to the Dodgers catching and surpassing the Giants and living up to the expectations that many led to early in the season. The big upcoming matchup is the late July Dodgers visit to Pac Bell Park to face the Giants. If the Dodgers are within striking distance, they’ll have a prime opportunity to take over the division lead.

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    With just seven days left till the Los Angeles history making event of the LA Kings Vs Anaheim Ducks Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium Barry’s Ticket Service is offering an exclusive giveaway of Stadium Series Tickets to our followers on Instagram!

    As the NHL Point leading Anaheim head into the final week before the Stadium Series game on Jan 25th they have two home games at the Honda Center. They face the Winnipeg Jets on Jan 21st for their second meeting of the season, in the first meeting on October 6th they defeated the Jets 3-2 in Winnipeg. Their only other home game of the week is a preview of what will come on Saturday when the LA Kings travel accross town to face them at the Honda Center on January 23rd in a game that is sure to set the tempo for Saturday. Ducks Tickets for all games at the Honda Center are available now.

    The LA Kings on the other hand will be finishing up their road trip. With a loss last night to the Red Wings the Kings need to regroup quickly to face another tough game when they play the Boston Bruins on Monday Jan 20 and Tuesday the Columbus Blue Jacks. After back to back games they fly back to the west coast to face the league leading Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center on January 23rd. Then its on to the history Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium against the Ducks on January 25th. Kings Tickets for all home and away games are available now.

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    Rules: This contest is only for Instagram! No other social media site entries for this contest will be accepted! Only one picture per Instagram user will be accepted! If multiple pictures by the same user are tagged you will be disqualified. No Entries will be accepted after 11:00pm pst Monday January 20th 2014! Entries will be verified and a winner will be notified as well as the name of the winner posted here on Tuesday Jan 21 before 5:00pm pst!

    Verification: The picture MUST be of you in your Kings or Ducks Gear! If contestant does not match the tagged picture the tickets will be forfeited. If you show a picture of a tattoo and win be prepared to show the tattoo when you pick up the tickets from our office.

    Recieving the Tickets: Winner must pick up the Stadium Series Tickets from any one of our three offices on Saturday June 25th and show a valid ID. No exceptions will be made. Only the winner of the tickets can pick up the tickets they cannot be transferred into another name or picked up by anyone else. Contest does not include Lodging or Transportation to and from Dodger Stadium!

    A complete list of rules and regulations are available here. Barry’s Ticket Service reserves the right to change, edit or cancel this contest at anytime!

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    On January 25th 2014 Los Angelenos will have their chance to witness NHL history as the Stadium Series makes its way to Dodger Stadium where rivals and the leagues leader in points the Anaheim Ducks take on the Los Angeles Kings in the first outdoor Hockey game at the Stadium. While its not the actual first outdoor game in “warm” weather that honor goes to Caesars Palace which held a exhibition pre-season game between the Rangers and LA Kings where the Kings won 5-1. This was also the first official outdoor NHL game.

    Now is your chance to win a pair of Stadium Series Tickets and No Purchase Is Necessary. To Enter just follow the instructions below, you can use your Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or Google+ account or all four if you want but in order to enter you must follow all three steps or your entry will be disqualified. You can also checkout the layout of Dodger Stadium Seating Chart to see where the rink is by going to our Kings Vs Ducks Stadium Series Tickets page.


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    Receiving the Tickets:
    Winner must pick up the tickets on January 24th 2014 or January 25th 2014 from one of our offices and present valid Identification when doing so. The winner of the contest is the only person that can pick up the tickets and tickets cannot be transferred into another party’s name. Winner will receive two tickets to the Stadium Series at Dodger Stadium game between the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings.

    This contest does not include lodging or transportation to or from the Dodger Stadium.

    No entries for this Stadium Series Tickets giveaway will be accepted after 8:00am (pst) Monday Jan 20th. Entries will be verified that they have met all three criteria’s in the contest and a random third party will select the winner. Winner of this contest will be notified by email as well as posted on this blog post. If the winner is not able or chooses not to accept the prize “as is”, the winner forfeits his/her prize and Barry’s Ticket Service reserves the right to select another winner. Each entrant must be resident of the fifty states and DC who are eighteen and older. To see a complete list of rules and regulations for this Stadium Series Ticket Giveaway Contest Click Here.

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    Barry’s Tickets is located just caddy-corner from the LA Staples Center:
    1020 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90015
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    Open 7 days a week, 10am – 9pm, for pickups.
    Published by Barry’s Ticket Service.

    Barry’s Tickets is not affiliated with the NHL, Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Ducks or any of their affiliates.

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