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Los Angeles Kings pursuing an outdoor game for 2014

(photo by Radomil via wikipedia commons)

Reports out of Los Angeles are saying that the NHL’s Kings are pursuing a chance to host an outdoor hockey game next season.

The Los Angeles Times did not name any sources, but did report that the Kings and their city-rivals, the Anaheim Ducks are trying to line up a game for January 25, 2014 in Dodger Stadium.

The teams will be using the NHL’s portable rink and ice refrigeration systems.

Sharks obtain Stuart from Detroit Red Wings


Brad Stuart as an LA King (photo by Nichole Glaze Photography via wikipedia commons)

The San Jose Sharks have acquired defenseman Brad Stuart from the Detroit Red Wings for Andrew Murray, a forward and a conditional 2014 draft pick.

This will be Stuart’s second stint with the Sharks, as he was drafted by the organization back in the late 1990′s.

Stuart has also played for Boston, Calgary and the Kings.

Stuart is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. The Sharks management feel that they can sign him to a new contract this month.


Info compiled from the Detroit Red Wings & San Jose Sharks

Reports have it that Darryl Sutter to become coach of LA Kings


Darryl Sutter at 2006 NHL Awards in Vancouver, BC (photo by Buchanan Hermit via wikipedia commons)

The are reports out of Los Angeles and the internet that former Calgary Flames general manager Darryl Sutter has been hired to take over the Kings hockey team on Tuesday.

The 53-year-old Sutter was last behind the bench with Calgary in 2006. He resigned as the GM last December.

The Kings fired Terry Murray last Monday and made John Stevens the interim head coach.


Info compiled from staff, Radio and TV news

Sacramento to keep Kings for at least another year


Arco Arena in 2006 now Power Balance Arena (photo by Paul R. Kucher IV via wikipedia commons)

The Kings organization and the NBA have given the city of Sacramento, California one last chance to prove it’s worthy of being an NBA city.

That pushes the ball into the hands of former NBA star and Mayor Kevin Johnson and business leaders to come up with a plan for a new arena to replace aging Arco Arena, now named Power Balance Arena after the sweatband manufacturer.

At one time, the Arena was one of the finest in the NBA. Built for $40 million in 1987, it seats 17,317 for basketball, has 30 luxury suites and 412 club seats. But the Kings say they need a more modern arena.

The building was named Power Balance Arena on March 1, 2011.

The Maloof family, owners of the Kings and the Arena, decided to keep the team in Sacramento rather than move it to Anaheim, California on a temporary basis. But the owners and NBA commissioner David Stern have made it clear that the team will be moved if an arena plan is not in place by the end of next season.

Sacramento is a city with budget deficits and heavy job losses, and has been reluctant to contribute public dollars to replace or upgrade the aging arena.


compiled from NBA, Sacramento Kings, Radio & TV news