Los Angeles Kings Schedule 2022-2023
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Check out the Los Angeles Kings schedule below, including the upcoming games and past scores:
LA Kings Games (NHL Playoffs)
The Kings lost the series 4-2.
- Game 1: Oilers @ Rogers Place (W 4-3 OT)
- Game 2: Oilers @ Rogers Place (L 4-2)
- Game 3: Oilers @ Crypto.com Arena (W 3-2 OT)
- Game 4: Oilers @ Crypto.com Arena (L 5-4 OT)
- Game 5: Oilers @ Rogers Place (L 6-3)
- Game 6: Oilers @ Crypto.com Arena (L 6-3)
- 05/01, Game 7: Oilers @ Rogers Place (L 5-4)
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Los Angeles Kings Scores
- 10/12, Golden Knights @ Crypto.com Arena (L 4-2)
- 10/14, Kraken @ Crypto.com Arena (L 4-1)
- 10/16, Wild @ Xcel Energy Arena (W 7-6)
- 10/18, Red Wings @ Little Caesars Arena (W 5-4 OT)
- 10/19, Predators @ Bridgestone Arena (W 4-3 SO)
- 10/21, Penguins @ PPG Paints Arena (L 6-1)
- 10/23, Capitals @ Capital One Arena (L 4-3)
- 10/26, Lightning @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-2)
- 10/28, Jets @ Crypto.com Arena (L 6-4)
- 10/30, Maple Leafs @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-2)
- 11/01, Blues @ Enterprise Center (L 5-2)
- 11/02, Stars @ American Airlines Center (L 5-2)
- 11/04, Blackhawks @ United Center (L 2-1 OT)
- 11/06, Panthers @ Crypto.com Arena (W 5-2)
- 11/09, Wild @ Crypto.com Arena (W 1-0)
- 11/11, Blackhawks @ Crypto.com Arena (W 2-1 OT)
- 11/13, Red Wings @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-3)
- 11/15, Flames @ Scotiabank Saddledome (L 6-5)
- 11/17, Oilers @ Rogers Place (W 3-1)
- 11/19, Canucks @ Rogers Arena (L 4-1)
- 11/20, Kraken @ Climate Pledge Arena (L 3-2 OT)
- 11/23, Rangers @ Crypto.com Arena (L 5-3)
- 11/26, Sharks @ SAP CEnter at San Jose (W 5-2)
- 11/28, Senators @ Crypto.com Area (L 3-2 OT)
- 11/30, Kraken @ Crypto.com Arena (L 9-8 OT)
- 12/02, Coyotes @ Crypto.com Arena (W 5-3)
- 12/04, Hurricanes @ Crypto.com Arena (L 4-2)
- 12/07, Senators @ Candian Tire Centre (W 5-2)
- 12/08, Maple Leafs @ Scotiabank Arena (L 5-0)
- 12/11, Canadiens @ Bell Centre (W 4-2)
- 12/11, Blue Jackets @ Nationwide Arena (L 6-5 OT)
- 12/14, Sabres @ KeyBank Center (L 6-0)
- 12/16, Bruins @ TD Garden (W 3-2 SO)
- 12/18, Sharks @ Crypto.com Arena (W 3-2 SO)
- 12/21, Ducks @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-1)
- 12/23, Flames @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-3 OT)
- 12/24, Coyotes @ Mullett Arena (L 2-1 SO)
- 12/28, Golden Knights @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-2)
- 12/30, Avalanche @ Ball Arena (W 5-4 SO)
- 12/31, Flyers @ Crypto.com Arena (L 4-1)
- 01/04, Stars @ Crypto.com Arena (W 3-2)
- 01/06, Bruins @ Crypto.com Arena (L 5-2)
- 01/08, Golden Knights @ T-Mobile Arena (W 5-1)
- 01/10, Oilers @ Crypto.com Arena (W 6-1)
- 01/12. Sharks @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-3)
- 01/15, Devils @ Crypto.com Arena (L 5-2)
- 01/20, Stars @ Crypto.com Arena (L 4-0)
- 01/22, Predators @ Bridgestone Arena (L 5-3)
- 01/23, Blackhawks @ United Center (W 2-1)
- 01/25, Flyers @ Wells Fargo Center (W 4-3 OT)
- 01/28, Panthers @ FLA Live Arena (W 4-1)
- 01/29, Lightning @ Amalie Arena (L 5-2)
- 02/01, Hurricanes @ PNC Arena (L 5-4 OT)
- 02/12. Penguins @ Crypto.com Arena (W 6-0)
- 02/14, Sabres @ Crypto.com Arena (W 5-2)
- 02/18, Ducks @ Honda Center (W 6-3)
- 02/19, Coyotes @ Crypto.com Arena (W 6-5 SO)
- 02/22, Wild @ Xcel Energy Center (L 2-1)
- 02/24, Devils @ Prudential Center (L 4-3 OT)
- 02/25, Islanders @ UBS Arena (W 3-2)
- 02/28, Rangers @ Madison Square Garden (L 5-2)
- 03/01, Jets @ Canada Life Centre (W 6-5)
- 03/03, Canadiens @ Crypto.com Arena (W 3-2)
- 03/05, Blues @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-2)
- 03/07, Capitals @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-2)
- 03/10, Avalanche @ Ball Arena (W 5-2)
- 03/12, Predators @ Crypto.com Arena (L 2-1 SO)
- 03/15, Islanders @ Crypto.com Arena (W 5-2)
- 03/17, Blue Jackets @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-1)
- 03/19, Canucks @ Crypto.com Arena (L 3-2 SO)
- 03/21, Flames @ Crypto.com Arena (W 8-2)
- 03/25, Jets @ Crypto.com Arena (W 4-1)
- 03/27, Blues @ Crypto.com Arena (W 7-1)
- 03/29, Flames @ Scotiabank Saddledone (L 2-1)
- 03/31, Oilers @ Rogers Places (L 2-0)
- 04/02, Kraken @ Climate Pledge Arena (W 3-1)
- 04/03, Canucks @ Rogers Arena (W 4-1)
- 04/05, Oilers @ Crypto.com Arena (L 3-1)
- 04/07, Golden Knights @ T-Mobile Arena (L 5-2)
- 04/09, Avalanche @ Crypto.com Arena (L 4-3)
- 04/11, Canucks @ Crypto.com Arena (W 3-0)
- 04/14, Ducks @ Honda Center (W 5-3)
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How long is the LA Kings season?
The LA Kings season typically runs from October to April, spanning around seven months. This period includes the regular season and playoffs, assuming the team is successful and makes it to the postseason. The exact length of the season can vary from year to year, depending on various factors such as scheduling conflicts, lockouts or league expansions. The team plays 82 games during the regular season, 41 of which are played on home ice at the Crypto.com Arena.
How many seasons have the Los Angeles Kings played?
The Los Angeles Kings were founded on February 9, 1966 as part of the NHL expansion, and since then they have been active for over 50 years. Over the course of time, the LA Kings have played a total of 53 NHL seasons. Their first season in the NHL was played during the 1967-68 season, and it wasn’t until 2012 that they won their first Stanley Cup championship.
What was the best Los Angeles Kings season ever?
The best season in Los Angeles Kings history is widely considered to be the 2011-2012 season, when the team won their first-ever Stanley Cup. While their regular-season performance was not outstanding, with a record of 40 wins, 27 losses, and 15 overtime losses for a total of 95 points, their playoff run was nothing short of remarkable.
Entering the playoffs as the 8th seed in the Western Conference, the Kings defied expectations and became the first team in NHL history to defeat the top three seeds in their conference en route to the Stanley Cup Finals. They defeated the Vancouver Canucks, St. Louis Blues, and Phoenix Coyotes in succession, winning each series in just 5, 4, and 5 games, respectively.
In the Stanley Cup Finals, the Kings faced off against the New Jersey Devils. Los Angeles won the series 4-2, capturing their first championship in franchise history. Goaltender Jonathan Quick was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the playoffs, thanks to his outstanding performance throughout the postseason.
The 2011-2012 season is remembered not only for the Kings’ dominant playoff run and historic championship but also for the emergence of key players such as Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, and Drew Doughty.
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What was the worst Los Angeles Kings season ever?
The 1969-1970 season is considered one of the worst in the history of the Los Angeles Kings. In their third season as an NHL franchise, the Kings struggled mightily, finishing with a record of just 14 wins, 52 losses, and 10 ties. This amounted to a meager 38 points in the standings, placing them last in the league.
During this season, the Kings were plagued by poor offensive production, scoring only 168 goals, the lowest in the league. Defensively, they didn’t fare much better, allowing 290 goals, which was the second-worst mark in the NHL. The team’s overall performance was disappointing, and it took several seasons for the Kings to show significant improvement.
Who are the Los Angeles Kings biggest rival?
The Los Angeles Kings’ biggest rival is the Anaheim Ducks, with the rivalry often referred to as the “Freeway Face-Off” or the “Battle of Southern California.” Both teams are located in close geographical proximity, with the Kings representing Los Angeles and the Ducks hailing from nearby Anaheim.
The rivalry began in 1993 when the Anaheim Ducks joined the NHL as an expansion team. Since then, the Kings and Ducks have frequently competed against each other in the same division, adding to the significance of their regular-season matchups. The rivalry reached a peak in the 2013-2014 season when the teams faced off in the playoffs for the first time, with the Kings emerging victorious in a hard-fought seven-game series.