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1972–73 Los Angeles Kings season

Season 1972-73 Los Angeles kings was the sixth season Kings game. Teams do not go to the playoffs and took the sixth place out of eight teams in the West division, just three points behind fourth place, the final position in the playoffs. Kings c ...

                                               

1973–74 Los Angeles Kings season

After finishing strong in 1972-73 and barely missed the playoffs, the Kings had high hopes for the season 1973-74. But the team started slowly and by the end of November, they were 5-14-3 and in last place. Then they made a blockbuster trade, sen ...

                                               

1974–75 Los Angeles Kings season

The kings left, their first appearance in the playoffs in 5 years and the season before ended.500 record to score more goals than they allowed for the first time in the clubs history. However, they were placed in a division with the powerful Mont ...

                                               

1975–76 Los Angeles Kings season

The kings left their most successful season ever built largely on the strength of their defense and goalkeepers. They are second in fewest goals conceded in the season 1974-75, but tied for ninth place in goals scored. In addition, while their pe ...

                                               

1976–77 Los Angeles Kings season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against Note: teams qualifying for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

                                               

1977–78 Los Angeles Kings season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against Note: teams qualifying for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

                                               

1978–79 Los Angeles Kings season

                                               

1979–80 Los Angeles Kings season

In 1979-80 season the Los Angeles kings saw kings go in the playoffs, finishing in second place in the Norris division, but they lost in the first round new York islanders. Just before the end of the season, the kings sent Butch Goring to the isl ...

                                               

1981–82 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1981-82 season, the Los Angeles kings saw kings in the playoffs, winning the first round before falling in the second round to the Vancouver Canucks. The first round upset the heavily favored Edmonton oilers is considered to be one of the ...

                                               

1982–83 Los Angeles Kings season

Goalie Gary Laskoski was present in camp on a trial basis. He played four years at the University of St. Lawrence, but was never prepared. Based on his performances in camp, Laskoski was named the number one goalkeeper for the national team. Lask ...

                                               

1983–84 Los Angeles Kings season

In season 1983-84 Los Angeles kings saw the kings miss the playoffs, finishing in fifth place in the Smythe division. This was the last season the triple crown line of Marcel Dionne, Charlie Simmer and Dave Taylor as simmer would be traded before ...

                                               

1984–85 Los Angeles Kings season

Season 1984-85 Los Angeles kings became the 18th in franchise history. After the fifth place in the previous season with three different coaches, Pat Quinn was hired as the new head coach of "kings". In his first season, he returned them to the p ...

                                               

1985–86 Los Angeles Kings season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

                                               

1986–87 Los Angeles Kings season

Season 1986-87 Los Angeles kings were the kings of the twentieth season in the National Hockey League. The kings made the playoffs, losing in the first round in the ultimate Stanley Cup champion Edmonton oilers.

                                               

1987–88 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1987-88 season, the Los Angeles kings saw kings finish in fourth place in the Smythe division with a record of 30 wins, 42 losses and 8 ties for 68 points. The team ranked last in the League goalkeepers, with 359 goals allowed. They lost t ...

                                               

1988–89 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1988-89 season, the Los Angeles kings saw kings take second place in the Smythe division with a record of 42-31-7, on 91 points. In the 1988-89 season was the first for the great Wayne Gretzky in form Kings. He came in a shocking trade wit ...

                                               

1989–90 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1989-90 season Los Angeles kings saw kings to make the Protocol 34-39-7 75 points, good enough for fourth place in the Smythe division. They defeated the defending champion Stanley Cup "calgary flames" in the first round of the playoffs, b ...

                                               

1991–92 Los Angeles Kings season

In the season 1991-92 Los Angeles kings saw kings, finishing second in the Smythe division with a record of 35-31-14. However, they were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs Stanley Cup to the Edmonton oilers. The kings were coached by T ...

                                               

1993–94 Los Angeles Kings season

23 Mar 1994 14:47 of the second period in a game against the Vancouver Canucks, Wayne Gretzky 802-m scored a goal in his career. To this end, Gretzky has become a national public health laboratory all-time leading scorer. Unfortunately, he would ...

                                               

1994–95 Los Angeles Kings season

In the season 1994-95 Los Angeles kings saw kings finish fifth place in the Pacific division with a record 16-23-9, on 41 points. Defense proved to be problematic for the kings, as they allowed a League-high 1.668 shots and finished put for 23rd ...

                                               

1995–96 Los Angeles Kings season

27 Feb 1996: Wayne Gretzky was traded from the Los Angeles kings St. Louis Blues for Patrice Tardif, Craig Johnson, Roman Vopat, 1st round pick in the draft in 1997 and the 5th round draft pick in the 1996 draft.

                                               

1996–97 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1996-97 season, the Los Angeles kings were the kings of the thirtieth season in the National Hockey League. The kings failed to reach the playoffs.

                                               

1997–98 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1997-98 season, the Los Angeles kings were the kings of the thirty-first season in the National Hockey League. Kings in the playoffs, losing in the first round in St. Louis in four games in a row.

                                               

1998–99 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1998-99 season, the Los Angeles kings were the kings of the 32nd season in the National Hockey League. This was the last season the teams in the great Western forum before moving to the Staples center in the 1999-2000 season.

                                               

1999–2000 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 1999-2000 season, the Los Angeles kings were kings 33rd season in the National Hockey League. In the 1999-2000 season was the first of the kings in the Staples center, which replaced the forum as the kings home stadium. The kings made it t ...

                                               

2000–01 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 2000-01 season, the Los Angeles kings was the 34th Kings season of operation. The teams in the playoffs, defeating Detroit in the first round before losing to Colorado in the second round.

                                               

2002–03 Los Angeles Kings season

Note: CR = conference rank, GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties, OTL = overtime losses, and GF = goals for, GA = goals against, = points bolded teams in the playoffs.

                                               

2003–04 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 2003-04 season, the Los Angeles kings had their national season 37th in the League. The kings took third place in their division, 11th In the overall standings in their conference and failed to reach the playoffs for the end of the season, ...

                                               

2004–05 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 2004-05 season Kings Los Angeles would be the 38th season Kings game in the National Hockey League. However, the 2004-05 NHL lockout cancelled all scheduled games during the season.

                                               

2005–06 Los Angeles Kings season

In 2005-06 Los Angeles kings became the 39th season of the National Hockey League franchise. It started with wholesale changes in the off-season the kings acquired centers Pavol Demitra and Jeremy Roenick to help solidify their offense and goalie ...

                                               

2006–07 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 2006-07 season, the Los Angeles kings was the 40th season for the franchise in the National Hockey League. This season marked the beginning of the restructuring phase, as the team hired Marc Crawford as their new head coach, former General ...

                                               

2007–08 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 2007-08 season, the Los Angeles kings was the 41st season for the franchise in the National Hockey League. Their season began with the team playing a neutral site home-and-home series with the champion Anaheim ducks are the Stanley Cup def ...

                                               

2008–09 Los Angeles Kings season

The 2008-09 Los Angeles kings was the 42nd season for the franchise in the National Hockey League. The kings showed improvement while Fielding the youngest team in the League, but came up short of breaking a playoff drought that stretches back to ...

                                               

2009–10 Los Angeles Kings season

The 2009-10 Los Angeles kings was the teams 43rd season in the National Hockey League. For the first time since the 2001-02 NHL season, the kings in the playoffs for the Stanley Cup.

                                               

2010–11 Los Angeles Kings season

The kings came out on fire to start the season, and took the lead in the standings Eastern conference. Despite the injury to drew Doughty, the team started with 12-3 victories and defeats in November, including six in a row victory. The kings end ...

                                               

2012–13 Los Angeles Kings season

In the 2012-13 season, the Los Angeles kings was the 46th season for the franchise in the National Hockey League. The regular season was shortened from 82 to 48 games because of the NHL lockout 2012-13. Teams try to protect their first Stanley Cu ...

                                               

2014–15 Los Angeles Kings season

The 2014-15 season of Los Angeles kings was the 48th season for the franchise in the National Hockey League, which was established June 5, 1967. The kings failed to reach the playoffs of the Stanley Cup for the first time since the 2008-09 season ...

                                               

2015–16 Los Angeles Kings season

2015-16 season, Los Angeles kings was the 49th season for the franchise in the National Hockey League, which was established June 5, 1967. The season began on 7 October 2015, and ended on 23 April 2016, respectively, as against the San Jose sharks.

                                               

1967–68 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1967-68 Minnesota North stars season was the teams first season in the National Hockey League. They took fourth place in the West Division with a record of 27 wins and 32 losses and 15 ties for 69 points. In the playoffs, they defeated the Los ...

                                               

1968–69 Minnesota North Stars season

1968-69 Minnesota North stars season was the North star of the second season. Coached by Wren Blair 12-20-9 and John Muckler 6-23-6, the team compiled a record 18-43-15 for 51 points to finish 6 of the regular season in the West division and fail ...

                                               

1969–70 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1969-70 Minnesota North stars season was the North star of the third season. Trains 9-13-10 Wren Blair and Charlie burns 10-22-12, the team compiled a record 19-35-22 by 60 points to finish the regular season third in the West Division. In the ...

                                               

1970–71 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1970-71 Minnesota North stars season was the North star of the fourth season. Coached by Jack Gordon, the team compiled a record 28-34-16 for 72 points to finish the regular 4th season in the West Division. In the playoffs they won the quarter ...

                                               

1971–72 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1971-72 Minnesota North stars season was the stars fifth season in the National Hockey League. The stars finished in second place in the West division and in the playoffs. The stars lost in the first round to the St. Louis Blues.

                                               

1972–73 Minnesota North Stars season

In the 1972-73 season, the Minnesota North Stars were the North Stars sixth season. Coached by Jack Gordon, the team compiled a record of 37-30-11 for 85 points to finish the regular 3rd season in the West Division. In the playoffs they lost in t ...

                                               

1973–74 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1973-74 Minnesota North stars season was the North Stars seventh season. Coached by Jack Gordon 3-8-6 and Parker MacDonald 20-30-11, the team compiled a record 23-38-17 for 63 points to finish the regular 7-th season in the West division and f ...

                                               

1974–75 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1974-75 Minnesota North stars season was the North Stars in the eighth season. Coached by Jack Gordon 11-22-5 and Charlie burns 12-28-2, the team compiled a record 23-50-7 for 53 points, finishing 4 regular season in the Smythe division, and f ...

                                               

1975–76 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1975-76 Minnesota North stars season was the North Star of the 9th season. Coached by Ted Harris, the team compiled a record 20-53-7 for 47 points to finish the regular 4-th season in the Smythe division and failed to reach the playoffs.

                                               

1976–77 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1976-77 Minnesota North stars season was the North Stars 10th season. Coached by Ted Harris, the team compiled a record 23-39-18 for 64 points to finish the regular 2nd season in the Smythe division. In the playoffs they lost in the preliminar ...

                                               

1977–78 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1977-78 Minnesota North stars season was the 11th season for the North Stars. The North star had financial problems, and at the end of the season had the worst record in the League in 18-53-9. In June 1978, the North Stars and the Cleveland ba ...

                                               

1978–79 Minnesota North Stars season

In 1978-79 Minnesota North stars season, the teams 12th season in the NHL. In the offseason, the North stars were on the verge of folding, and were merged with the Cleveland barons, another team on the verge of collapse. The merged franchise cont ...

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