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Messaggio da thechampionrings » 26/10/2018, 11:40

The Los Angeles Kings are making a name for themselves in one of the most popular sports towns in the United States. When most people think sports in LA they immediately consider Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers, then possibly college football and basketball with juggernauts USC and UCLA, then the Blue Crew Dodgers. But what about the NHL? Is there room for hockey in a city dominated by the rich and the famous?

The 2010Los Angeles Kings championship rings roster is filled with young talent like Anze Kopitar, Drew Doughty, and Jonathan Quick. Mix in some wiley veterans like Captain Canada Ryan Smyth and Justin Williams, and you have a formula for success. The Kings are playing some of the most stifling defense in the National Hockey League. Back in the day success on the ice at The Great Western Forum, now the Staples Center, was built around dynamic offense with hall of famer Wayne Gretzky. Defense wins championships, however, so it is no wonder The Kings are finally winning and fans are taking notice. Los Angeles Kings tickets are a hot commodity these days in a tough climate to please.

Most of the newly acquired audience for the Los Angeles Kings can be attributed to the success of the Winter Olympic Games. Watched more than any event in the history of Canada, and more than any hockey event in the US since the Miracle on Ice, the 2010 Olympic hockey tournament expanded the viewership of the entire National Hockey League. The Kings, moreover, drew in many new fans as they had five participants in the Olympics. Americans Jack Johnson, Jon Quick, and Dustin Brown made L.A. Kings proud as they lead their team to a very impressive silver medal. If not for an overtime goal by Sidney Crosby the U.S. would've been celebrating with the Gold.

The 2018 Los Angeles Kings championship rings for sale schedule is winding down and they currently sit 4th in the Western Conference standings. A playoff spot is almost a lock for the young Kings, and will be the first such playoffs for many of the players. Los Angeles Kings 2010 playoff tickets are almost certain to sell out - Will a jubilant crowd be enough to carry them to their first Stanley Cup since 1993? The Kings face formidable opponents in league leaders San Jose Sharks, and Chicago Blackhawks, as well as playoff stalwarts the Detroit Red Wings. How will the Los Angeles Kings story unfold on the ice? Stay tuned Angelinos!