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Sure, they said hockey would never work in Southern California, but with the sales of Los Angeles Kings tickets being what they've been since 1967, "they" were obviously wrong. Canadian-born Jack Kent Cooke wanted nothing more than to bring his lifetime passion to his new city of residence. Already the owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, Cooke wanted to share a new enthusiasm with the already loyal fans in Southern California.
On the heels of such exciting games as the Miracle on Manchester in 1982, when to Kings fought back from a 5-0 deficit in the third period to win the game 6-5 in overtime, Los Angeles Kings tickets soon became hard to find. When the greatest player in all of hockey, Wayne Gretzky, was traded from Edmonton in 1988, a dynasty was established. "The Great One" soon led his new team to its first Stanley Cup Finals in 1993.
Currently playing in what some call the house that Kobe and Shaq built, the Kings have enjoyed a very welcome response at the Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles. Having moved from Inglewood, City of Champions, into more plush furnishings, the fans are also experiencing a different kind of game. Los Angeles Kings Tickets are not as hard to come by as they once were, but the games are every bit as exciting.
If you've never been to a hockey game, if you've never sat in on history, it is the personal recommendation of this writer that you do so immediately. In hockey, as in all sports, you never know who will end up on top at the end of the season. With the Kings, however, you always know there's a fighting chance.
Location: Los Angeles, California
Stadium: Staples Center
Conference: Western Conference
Division: Pacific Division
Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup Titles: None yet
Los Angeles Kings Conference Championships: 1
1967-now, Los Angeles Kings; [NHL]
The Los Angeles Kings were formed in 1967 when Jack Kent Cooke a Canadian millionaire
purchased the rights to the NHL extension franchise. In winter of 1967 Kings ripped their
first season between Long Beach and Los Angeles. Team performed consistently for the first
twenty years when they made the NHL contests in their second and third years. They made nine straight NHL contests appearances from 1974-1982 with super stars like Marcel Dionne, Dave Taylor, and Butch Goring.
King’s recession period was mid-1980s when they missed contests for a better part of ten years. In 1987 King’s franchise took a remarkable turn when McNall was a part owner of the team. He boldly made a deal with Edmonton Oilers when Wayne Gretzky came into Kings with Marty McSorley and Mike Krushelnyski for jimmy Carter, Martin Gelinas, three initial picks and $15 million cash.
This failure didn’t only affect the fans but team also and it was almost end of Gretzky’s career. Image of Hollywood Kings started to tore off as Bruce McNall’s business problems became obvious. McNall left hockey and in a short time after. NHL contests were missed by Kings for the fourth time in a row and Gretzy joine St Louis Blues.As the Kings looked to reconcile back into the form they had been in for the most part of their history.
Larry Robinson, great hockey player and previous defender was signed by the Kings in 1995 to take them back on the right path. Kings came back with Rob Blake. Blake remained the best defender for the 1997-98 season and won important Norris trophy. Recovery was also done by massive trades of new general manager, Dave Taylor. Glen Murray, Josef Stumpel, and Luc Robitaille.
In 1996-97 the Kings announced their plan for a state of the art arena, to be built in Los Angeles downtown. This plan looked real Staples Center was uncovered. Kings kept on making changes to their squad. Team became stable under the ownership of Philip F. Anschutz and Edward p. Roski, Jr. Dave Taylor kept on improving the team with his head coach Andy Murray. They continued to make team stronger with Zigmund, Palffy and Jason Allison. When Rob Blake left young Kings defender had the opportunity to take the responsibility. 2001-02 Regular season was very fortunate for the Kings with 40-27—11-4 record to place them at seventh position in western conference. Kings played against Colorado Avalanche and the series was drawn as 3-3. It was a close tight series. Kings were out of the Stanley Cup contention in game seven by Avalanche. They lost two vital players Adam Deadmarsh and Jason Allison because of major injuries and Kings were out of the contest with below .500.
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