The Los Angeles Kings are looking to get back into the NHL playoffs after a disappointing 2016-17 season. Last season the Kings finished 39-35-8 86 points 5th in NHL Pacific Division.
With a new coach John Stevens replacing Darryl Sutter Los Angeles is hoping it will ignite a spark and get things going in the right direction.
Team Captian Anze Kopitar, as well as Drew Doughty, Jonathan Quick, Tanner Person and Jeff Carter, are looking to bring the Stanley Cup back to Los Angeles fans.
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10/27 vs. Predators.
11/17 vs. Oilers.
11/19 vs. Devils.
12/10 vs. Senators.
1/7 vs. Wild .
1/9 vs. Stars.
1/16 vs. Lightning.
1/18 vs. Sharks.
2/1 vs. Avalanche.
2/16 vs. Coyotes.
3/9 vs. Predators.
3/13 vs. Blues.
3/14 vs. Coyotes.
3/16 vs. Sabres.
3/23 vs. Jets.
4/6 vs. Flames.
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The 2016 -17 Los Angeles Kings schedule has been announced. The Philadelphia Flyers will make their way to the Los Angeles Staples Center to face the Kings in their opening night game of the season.
Anze Kopitar has taken home the Selke Trophy as the league's best defensive and Drew Doughty has won the Norris Trophy for the NHL's best defenseman,
The Los Angeles Kings will start of the week going up against the Detroit Red Wings Monday January 11th. The Red Wings come into the Los Angeles Staples Center on a perfect six game road streak to face off against the Pacific Division leading LA Kings. LA Kings Goalie Jonathan Quick has started the new year off right and playing terrific going 6-0-1 in his last seven starts. The Kings have closed the gap on the Dallas Stars in the Western Conference standings as they are just seven points behind them and three points behind the Chicago Blackhawks. The LA Kings Dallas Stars will meet in the month of January at the Staples Center where LA will be looking to close the gap even more.
The LA Kings look to enter the 2016 schedule in fourth place in the NHL Western Conference. LA is sitting just two points ahead of the Minnesota Wild and Nashville Predators. The St Louis Blues are sitting in the third seed two points ahead of the Los Angeles Kings. LA Kings tickets 2016 are available for all games at the Staples Center. Don’t get caught out in the cold get your seats today for all the high flying NHL action.
The Los Angeles Kings are looking to get back into the Stanley Cup conversation after missing the playoffs which was after winning 2 of the last 3 Stanley Cups before that. Jeff Carter, Alec Martinez, and Tyler Toffoli are will be participating in the 2015 Special Olympics World Games. The Kings have pretty much kept there main core except have lost Justin Williams who was the 2014 Stanley Cup MVP to the Washington Capitals. The Los Angeles Kings are looking to win there 3rd Stanley Cup in 6 seasons.
NBC will televise ten games on the LA Kings schedule this season. The October 7th Kings vs Sharks game will start off the ten games which will include the February 4th Anaheim Ducks at Kings as well as the March 14th LA Kings Blackhawks game at the United Center. Last season NBC broadcasted thirteen LA Kings games.
The 2015-2016 LA Kings schedule will open up with the Los Angeles Kings facing off against the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday October 7th at the Staples Center. The LA Kings and Sharks opened the season last year with LA falling prey to the Sharks 0-4. To start off the 2015-2016 Los Angeles Kings schedule with a win against one of their biggest rivals in the NHL will be a great way to start off the season for Los Angeles Kings.
With the Los Angeles Kings farm team the Manchester Monarchs winning the 2015 Calder Cup their future is beginning to look brighter as they will have plenty of options before their 13th pick in the 2015 NHL Draft coming up. The Kings will be looking for youth which is very important if they want to keep moving forward. Their second pick in the draft look for the LA to snag some blue line players if possible. With a strong farm team of players Los Angeles could also use their multiple draft picks to trade with some other NHL teams to quickly beef up their lines as well.
The Kings still have line issues to deal with as one of their stars Dustin Brown will be turning 31 this November and with this shooting percentage slipping for the last two consecutive seasons carries a $5.87 million cap for the LA through 2022. Justin Williams is do become an unrestricted free agent starting on July 1st. Brown could be lining up with Nick Shore or Kopitar this 2015-2016 depending on what happens with Williams.
The Los Angeles Kings will have some big decisions to make as during the NHL offseason as they look to get back in the hunt for the Stanley Cup trophy. Most important is the Salary Cap options. Jamie McBain, Andrej Sekera, Jarrett Stoll, Justin Williams are all unrestricted free agents. LA has just seven million dollars to play with which isn’t much to cover all these unrestricted free agents as well as Andy Andreoff, Tyler Toffoli, Martin Jones who are restricted agents as well as getting any new life and blood to the LA Kings lines. LA also has major issues with its current players such as Stoll getting arrested and Mike Richards not staying in Los Angeles to train but returning home after his exit meeting.
LA has a lot of thinking to do during the off season. Will they resign Jarret Stoll? Stoll is coming off a three year almost ten million dollar deal with the Kings. The 33 year old joined the Kings in 2008 and since then there has been a steady decrease in his goal and point production as well as off the ice issues. With the entire line getting older the Kings will need to make some offseason moves to get some youth and speed. Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel are the big names in the NHL draft that they could be looking at. LA could also do well with the eighteen year old winger Timo Meier who is both a physical and explosive winger. As the line gets older the Kings are at the point of little fixes that might not help get them the Cup back or rebuilding completely.
With just four games left in the regular NHL season the Los Angeles Kings are still grasping on to the eight spot for the NHL playoffs. With 92 points the Kings are only one point behind the Calgary Flames and three points behind the Vancouver Canucks in the Pacific Division. Both of these teams the Kings will face on the road in their last four games of the season. If LA can hold off Winnipeg and grab the eighth seed in the Western Conference they could be facing the Anaheim Ducks in the first round of the NHL playoffs.
The Los Angeles Kings are holding on for dear life sitting in the eight spot in the Western Conference Standings. Los Angeles remains perfect on their current road trip as they were able to defeat the New York Islanders 3-2 on Thursday in their final visit to the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
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Where do the Los Angeles Kings play?
The LA Kings play hockey at the Staples Center 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, California, 90015.
Where is the LA Kings Bench at Staples Center?
The LA Kings players sit in front of sections 101 and 102, The visiting team bench in front of 101 and 119.
Which side of the ice does the LA Kings shoot twice?.
Staples Center Sections 114-117, 214-219, 323-330.
During the first and third periods, the Los Angeles Kings shoot twice in front of sections Sections 114-117, 214-219, 323-330. You will find some of the most enthusiastic Los Angeles fans in these sections as well.
Sitting in the 100 Level Main Concourse Center at Staples Center.
Staples Center Sections 101, 102, 119 (team bench side) 110, 111, 112, (penalty box side), make up the main 100 level center sections. These sections are the closest center ice and offer some of the best views of all the NHL action.
To avoid the plexiglass, look for seats above row eleven in these sections.
The lower level bowl corners and behind the goals offer fans up close hockey action, along with impressive sightlines.
Seats in sections 105, 104, 103 will place you near the Los Angeles as well as where the Kings come out of the tunnel.
Fans looking for to for seats on the side where the Kings shoot twice should consider sections 116, 115 while the visitors should take a look at 106 and 107.
Staples Center Premiere Level.
The Staples Center Premier level consists of sections 10-18 (behind the penalty box) and 1-9 (behind team benches) just above the 100 level and runs along sidelines and corner of the rink.
Premier Level ticket-holders may enter the Staples Center through a private side entrance. Padded seats, as well as in-seat wait service, access to the San Manuel Club and upscale concessions and restrooms, are all part of the Premier experience.
In the premier level, you are anywhere from 21 to 32 rows up from the ice, making them the perfect elevation for watching all the plays develop and some of the best angles and views of the game.
200 Level Behind the net.
Behind the net on the 200 level at Staples Center are sections 205-210 and 214-219 directly above the 100 level sections.
Fans of the Kings tend to sit in sections 214-219 because the team shoots twice towards these sections. The visiting team attacks sections 205-210 twice.
The elevation of the 200 level sections offers fans excellent sightlines as the action is coming toward them.
The upper-level center sections of the Staples Center are 301-302, 317-319 as well as 334.
Sitting in the 300 level offers a panoramic view of the ice. The elevation can be a plus as you can see both sides of the ice quickly, and watch plays develop that you might miss lower down.
Sitting in the low rows are a fantastic value as you are just above the Premiere and Suite Levels at a fraction of the cost. for this reason, they are perfect seats for fans on a tight budget.
Corner seating in the 300 Level of Staples Center is in sections is in 330-333, 313-316, 303-306, as well as 320-323. he McDonald's near section 332 which is less expensive than regular concession stands.
300 Level behind the net.
Sections 307-312 and 324-329 make up the upper concourse seating behind the goals.
LA Kings fans look to sit in sections 324-329 as Los Angeles shoots twice, visiting team attacks twice towards 307-312.
Most sections behind the goals have fewer than eight rows in each section, making it easier to go down and up and the stairs.
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