NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has once again stated that there is not enough data yet to draw conclusions about the link between sports-related concussions and long-term brain degeneration. Bettman criticized the news media for “misconceptions that have been repeatedly promoted," according to the letter obtained by the New York Times.
The Los Angeles Kings have announced the following three game time changes pertaining to the club’s 2016-17 NHL regular season schedule. Two are home games and one is an away game.
FOX Sports Regional Networks will begin live streaming local NHL® telecasts beginning with the upcoming 2016-17 season. As part of a new multi-year agreement, NHL games televised on FOX Sports Regional Networks (RSNs) will be available for live streaming on FOX Sports GO to customers of participating pay-TV providers.
Twitter today announced it will live stream weekly out-of-market games from Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Hockey League (NHL®). 120 Sports, the OTT network, will also produce an exclusive, nightly multi-sports highlights show called 'The Rally', the first show of its kind to be streamed live on Twitter.
NBC Sports will broadcast a record 106 NHL games this season on NBC and NBCSN after the most-watched NHL regular season in 22 years. The Los Angeles Kings will appear on NBC or NBCSN nine times in the 2016-17 season.
The Los Angeles Kings have signed forward Andrew Crescenzi to a one-year contract. He was acquired by the Kings from the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Brandon Kozun January of 2014.
The Los Angeles Kings have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with unrestricted free agent forward Patrick Bjorkstrand, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today. Additionally, the Kings have signed recently drafted defenseman Jacob Moverare to a three-year entry-level contract.
he Los Angeles Kings have agreed to terms with restricted free agent goaltender Jack Campbell, restricted free agent center Nic Dowd, and restricted free agent defenseman Derek Forbort, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today. All three players have signed new two-year contracts with the Kings.
The Los Angeles Kings’ public relations Twitter account, released the numbers that have been assigned to new members of the club, on Friday. Tom Gilbert had worn 77 throughout his entire 637-game NHL career, but 77 is already taken by Jeff Carter, so he did a little bit of math and ended up with 14.
The Anaheim Ducks signed defenseman Jeff Schultz to a one-year contract. Schultz won the Stanley Cup with the Kings in 2014.