Los Angeles Kings Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- Western Conference Pacific Division
- Darryl Sutter
- Home Arena
- Staples Center
- Arena Capacity
- Ducks, Oilers
Los Angeles Kings Schedule
Long live the Kings! The Los Angeles Kings knocked off the New York Rangers in five games to capture the Stanley Cup last year, and Dustin Brown and the rest of the Kings are back for more this season! The Kings will try to win their third Stanley Cup in four seasons this year -- and you don't want to miss any of the action! Check out Los Angeles' 2018 schedule, and get your Kings tickets today!
Founded in 1967, the Los Angeles Kings were one of six teams taking part in NHL expansion. The Kings didn't have much success throughout their early history, but quickly became one of the NHL's most popular teams in the late 80s, when the Kings traded for Wayne Gretzky -- the best player in NHL history. Gretzky led the Kings to their first-ever Western Conference title in 1993, but Los Angeles fell to the Montreal Canadiens in the Stanley Cup Finals.
The Kings finally broke through and claimed their first Stanley Cup championship in 2012. Led by the unbelievable play of goaltender Jonathan Quick, the Kings defeated the New Jersey Devils 4-2, claiming the franchise's first-ever championship. Since then, expectations have been as high as ever in the City of Angels. The Kings have one of the best rosters in the NHL. Hockey is one of the most exciting sports to watch in person! Don't just watch the Kings games on TV -- check out the Kings' schedule, and buy your Kings tickets here at Ticket Liquidator and get out to the Staples Center this season!