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Los Angeles Kings 2014-2015 News and Updates
6/9/14- Simply put: the Los Angeles Kings are hard to kill. They turn up the heat when their backs are against the wall, making this one of the most exhilarating Stanley Cup Playoffs and Final in recent years. While the Kings are up 2-0 in the series against the New York Rangers, the "cockroach" squad has yet to totally dominate, taking both games into overtime thus far. Now, heading into Madison Square Garden, the Kings must find a way to slow down the speedy Rangers and hope that Henrik Lundqvist has an off night. If the Kings walk out of MSG this evening with a Game 3 victory, we may be in for short Stanley Cup Final. Buy your Los Angeles Kings tickets now and see this thrilling team in action!
6/3/14 – In dramatic fashion, the LA Kings outlasted the Chicago Blackhawks in overtime in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Advancing to the Stanley Cup Final for the second time in three years, the Kings will try to best Eastern Conference Champions, New York Rangers in a best-of-seven series. Los Angeles Kings tickets for Games 1 (avg. $1136), 2 (avg. $1450), 5 (avg. $1491), and 7 (avg. $2123) are half the cost of Stanley Cup Final tickets in New York. In fact, Game 7 tickets at the Staples Center are cheaper than any game at Madison Square Garden. What’s more, Kings Stanley Cup Final tickets are 11.5 percent more expensive than 2012 but with home-ice advantage in 2014, the average is calculated over four games (instead of three). Secure your Los Angeles Kings tickets today for the first LA vs. NY professional playoff series since 1981 and prove that hockey is beloved on the West Coast too!
5/26/14 – The Kings may have dropped Game 1 in Chicago but came back with vengeance in Game 2, scoring six unanswered goals late in the game to hand the Blackhawks their first home loss of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs. Returning to Los Angeles for Game 3, the Kings again got the upper hand beating their West opponents 4-3 to take a 2-1 series lead. Jeff Carter, Tyler Toffoli, Slava Voynov, and Drew Doughty scored for the Kings as LA took control of the Western Conference Finals. The puck drops again tonight at the Staples Center as the Blackhawks and Kings meet for Game 4 (get-in $149). There are over 400 Los Angeles Kings tickets for the meeting still available. Grab your last-minute Game 4 tickets as prices are down an average 13 percent since the start of the series and are going fast!
5/20/14 – In the first-ever postseason Freeway Faceoff, the LA Kings defeated the Anaheim Ducks in seven. Now 6-0 when facing elimination this year, Los Angeles may have to get themselves out of a corner again soon as the Chicago Blackhawks took Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. When the two teams squared off last year in the same round, tickets averaged $611, $140 more than Blackhawks vs. Kings tickets in 2014. Staples Center tickets for the potential three home games are averaging $447, the cheapest of the four teams remaining but up 14 percent over last year. Behind three legit Conn Smythe Trophy contenders in Anze Koptiar, Drew Doughty, and Jonathan Quick, can the Kings get revenge on the Blackhawks and play for the Stanley Cup title once again?
5/12/14 – Anaheim has evened the series 2-2 to ensure a Game 6 in Los Angeles despite holding the Ducks to only three shots on goal in the final 40 minutes. Los Angeles Kings playoff tickets Wednesday are down 10 percent in price prior to tonight’s Game 5 at the Honda Center. How will the Kings respond to the Ducks switch in goaltenders? Can they fight the fatigue and get guys to step up and fill the spots of Willie Mitchell and Robyn Regehr? The Freeway Faceoff has turned into a best-of-three series as the Kings and Ducks fight for supremacy in Southern California and look to advance to the Western Conference Finals.
5/6/14 – Following a historic run in the first round of the NHL Playoffs, the Kings are up 2-0 against the Anaheim Ducks in the Divisional Finals. Two straight wins on the road in the first-ever postseason Freeway Faceoff has Los Angeles Kings playoff tickets up 6 percent in price since the start of the second round. Game 3 tickets at the Staples Center are averaging $320 and the cheapest Kings playoff tickets are $125 on Thursday. Game 4 tickets to see a potential sweep on home-ice will cost you anywhere between $156 - $6473 (Suite).
4/30/14 – After falling three games to none to the Sharks, the LA Kings will try to make NHL history tonight when they visit San Jose for Game 7 at the SAP Center. Los Angeles became just the ninth team ever to force a Game 7 after falling behind a series 3-0 and only three other teams in the league’s history has won a best-of-seven series after losing the first three games. Wednesday’s decisive showdown marks the second Game 7 between the Sharks and Kings in as many years and yet the battle is averaging just $142. Game 7 in San Jose is the cheapest decision game of the night (there are three).
4/21/14 – The Los Angeles Kings will look to rebound from an 0-2 start to the NHL Playoffs Division Semifinals with a win at home Tuesday night. Game 3 tickets at the Staples Center start at $43, $14 less than the get-in price for Thursday’s Game 4. While LA has been outscored 5-13 in the first two games, the Kings are deep and well-coached; it wouldn’t be surprising to see this series go back to San Jose for Game 5 all tied up. The home team has won 18 of the previous 19 games between the Kings and Sharks, including nine in the postseason. With that, Los Angeles did overcome a 2-0 deficit in the first round last year against St. Louis. Support the Kings as they look to extend the best-of-seven series with Los Angeles Kings playoff tickets! Early Monday, the average price of Game 4 ($160) is $17 cheaper than Game 3.
4/17/14 – While the price of NHL Playoff tickets is down 24 percent across the league, Los Angeles Kings first round playoff tickets are up 9 percent over last year. Divisional Semifinals tickets for games 3, 4, and 6 are averaging $180 at the Staples Center as the Kings look to take down their California rivals, San Jose Sharks. LA holds the regular-season record at 3-2. Both rosters are loaded with star talent, enter the postseason healthy, and are two of the best possession teams in the league. The Kings are looking to go deep into the postseason for the third straight time. The series is averaging $170 over seven potential games. San Jose will have home-ice advantage; Games 1, 2, 5, and 7 at the SAP are averaging $159, $21 less than the three-game average in Los Angeles.
4/7/14 – The LA Kings are one of the current six playoff spots in the Western Conference spoken for; after a stellar post-Olympic streak (won 15 of 20), Los Angeles’ 4-0 win over the Coyotes Wednesday clinched a postseason berth. With that, the Kings recorded a franchise-best 12th shutout of the season. Jonathan Quick made 17 saves in his sixth shutout of the year, second-most in the NHL behind Boston's Tuukka Rask. The netminder passed Rogie Vachon last month to become the winningest goalie in Kings history. LA has saved one of the most exciting games for last, the freeway series at Staples Center April 12 (get-in $83).
4/1/14 – The Wild may have snapped the Kings’ 6-game winning streak, but Los Angeles was 11-4 in March which tied the franchise record for most wins in a month set in January 2002. With that, they’ve matched a franchise record by recording 11 shutouts this season with six more chances to best the mark. The last time the Kings recorded the same number of shutouts, LA went on to win their first Stanley Cup in history.
3/24/14 – Jeff Carter will play at Wells Fargo Center for the first time tonight (min. $29) since he was traded by the Flyers. The Forward leads the Kings with 24 goals but has not scored in the past six games; will tonight in his old stomping grounds change things? LA will follow up Monday’s game in Philly with two more on the road before returning home Saturday to play Winnipeg (avg. $102). Ranked sixth in the West, the Kings will look to protect its postseason position in the final stretch before the NHL Playoffs.
3/18/14 – The Los Angeles Kings have dropped three in a row including a rivalry game to the Anaheim Ducks. LA was on a 8-game winning streak before Toronto snapped it with a 3-2 win. Can the Kings get back to their winning ways? Find out with Los Angeles Kings tickets to this week’s games at the Staples Center – vs. Washington Capitals (avg. $101), vs. Florida Panthers (avg. $137). If the NHL Playoffs started today, the Kings would play the San Jose Sharks, a division foe they’ve gone 3-1 against thus far into the regular season.
3/10/14 – There were a number of LA Kings roster changes on the day of the NHL trade deadline. The team picked up Marian Gaborik in perhaps the biggest deal for Los Angeles on Wednesday. But, the most talked about trade among Kings fans came when the Buffalo Sabres traded defenseman Brayden McNabb, prospect Jonathan Parker and two draft picks to the Los Angeles Kings for prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicolas Deslauriers. While some may question the acquisition, there is a lot to celebrate on the ice. The Los Angeles Kings have won seven in a row and will look to secure their eighth straight win tonight against Calgary. The most expensive home game remaining on the LA Kings schedule is the Freeway Faceoff Saturday against the Anaheim Ducks (avg. $231).
3/3/14 – L.A. has won three straight since the Olympic break including Saturday’s grind out victory over the Hurricanes. The Kings will try to extend a four game win streak tonight at the Staples Center when they take on the Canadiens. The last time the two teams met in December, Los Angeles walked away with the shutout (6-0) which was part of the Kings longest win streak of the season (6 games). Los Angeles Kings tickets are as low as $15 tonight, so grab yours now as the team will not be back home for 10 more days.
2/25/14 - The Sharks hold a 12-point lead on the third-place Los Angeles Kings in the Pacific Division; if the Kings expect to hold on to the final guaranteed playoff spot in the division, they’ll need to overcome some of their offensive struggles and continue to dominate on defense. LA is one of three teams allowing fewer than 27 shots on goal per game and a league-low 2.10 goals per game. If the Kings can get the lead in a game, they’re statistically going to win as Los Angeles is 16-0-0 when ahead after two periods! That is an NHL-best! Los Angeles Kings in the final stretch are averaging $124 at the Staples Center, $21 more than the League average.
2/18/14 – The Los Angeles Kings players are playing at a high level in Sochi. It may be Jonathan Quick’s first experience backstopping USA in international play, but the goalie has a 2-0-0 record, 1.44 GAA, and .944 save percentage and will start the quarters for the United States. Center Jeff Carter has shined for Canada scoring three goals in the second period against Austria while defenseman Drew Doughty dropped the game-winner against Finland Sunday. Will the production from these Olympic athletes continue when Los Angeles returns to the ice at the end of February. The first game at the Staples Center, post Olympics, is Mar 1 against Carolina. Kings tickets for the matchup start at $31.
2/3/14 – While excitement was high Saturday at the Staples Center to start the evening (defenseman Robyn Regehr was playing in his 1000th NHL game), it quickly dwindled. The Philadelphia Flyers handed the Kings their seventh loss in Los Angeles’ last eight games. Now 19 points back in the Division, LA will look to finish their last two games before the break with a W. While the Kings may be thankful that those final games will be played at home, their upcoming opponents (Blackhawks and Blue Jackets) both gave the team some trouble during their last meetings. Los Angeles Kings tickets start at $29 to see the two former Stanley Cup Champions face off and $20 when then the Blue Jackets take the ice at Staples Thursday.
1/29/14 – The Kings of LA are looking to get back on top the throne after losing six of their last seven, including two against rival Anaheim Ducks. Saturday’s loss in the Freeway Faceoff took place at Dodger Stadium for the first-ever NHL outdoor game in Los Angeles. Currently third in the Pacific, the 2012 Stanley Cup winners split their division games this week, picking up a win against division foes San Jose Sharks Monday but lost to the Phoenix Coyotes Tuesday. Cheer on the Kings as they return home for four straight, starting with the Pens Thursday evening. The price of Los Angeles Kings tickets for remaining home games is up 7 percent since the start of the season, averaging $154 for Staples Center NHL games.
Los Angeles Kings 2014-2015 Season
There are a few games that stand out on the Los Angeles Kings schedule this year - the outdoor Freeway Face-Off
against the Anaheim Ducks on January 25 at Dodger Stadium and a road game to Chicago for a December 15 Western Conference Finals Rematch. The average LA Kings tickets are $138, $37 cheaper than the NHL tickets
average. Kings road tickets are $168 which means that hockey fans still want to see the 2012 Stanley Cup champions in action.
Last season proved to be a miracle season for the Los Angeles Kings, who got hot at just the right time, snuck into the playoffs on the last night of the season as the eighth seed in the Western Conference, and then proceeded to blitz their way through the playoffs, going 16-4 while knocking off the top three seeds in the West — Vancouver, St. Louis, and Phoenix, in that order — before taking out New Jersey for the right to be the second California-based NHL squad to hoist the Stanley Cup (after the 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks), while goaltender Jonathan Quick was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.
Coming off the extended lockout, however, the Kings are struggling to find their way, as they are hovering near the bottom of the conference standings. Netminder Quick is struggling to keep the puck out of the net; while on offense, the lead players are centers Jeff Carter, Anze Kopitar (a fan favorite), and Mike Richards — who also leads the team in penalty minutes. Wings Dustin Brown and Kyle Clifford, and defenseman Slava Voynov have also made significant scoring contributions. Can coach Darryl Sutter turn things around and get the Kings pointed in the right direction this season, sufficiently in order to defend the Cup? Only time will tell. LA Kings tickets on home ice at Staples Center average $91 — one of only a handful of NHL teams with average ticket prices less than $100 for the 2013 season. Kings fans looking to find cheap Kings hockey tickets can score seats under $20 in the Upper Concourse and under $50 in the Lower 200s. On the road, Los Angeles Kings tickets average $103 this season, 13% more than home games. Those looking to cool off indoors in LA will find many must-see games on the LA Kings schedule, including upcoming home games versus the Anaheim Ducks (2/25), Detroit Red Wings (2/27), San Jose Sharks (3/16) and
Dallas Stars (3/21).