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Los Angeles Kings Acrylic Hockey Display Cases
There’s something about collecting hockey souvenirs that makes you want to share them. With our top quality Los Angeles Kings Display Cases you’ll be able to show off your collection. Our cases are designed to display business cards, hockey jerseys, pucks and hockey helmets either full size or mini and each case includes a free engraved Los Angeles Kings logo.
History Of The Los Angeles Kings
The Los Angeles Kings were founded in early 1966 as one of six new teams to enter the league as part of the 1967 NHL expansion. Jack Kent Cooke was awarded the franchise and the team spent their first thirty-two years playing in The Forum in Inglewood, California. The team moved to the Staples Center in Los Angeles just before the 1999-2000 season started.
The Los Angeles Kings have a long history of extremely good play in the regular season but that rarely translated into playoff success with the team earning only one Division Championship since inception. Expert goaltending in the 1970’s by Rogie Vachon and the ‘Triple Crown Line’ (Charlie Simmer, Dave Taylor and Marcel Dionne) stood out as a highlight from the early 1980’s. By the mid-1980’s the Los Angeles Kings fell to the bottom of their division but their fortunes took a turn for the better in 1988 when Wayne Gretzky was traded to the team from the Edmonton Oilers. During his eight seasons with the Kings the team reached peaks they had never seen in their entire history. In addition, the Kings had Hall of Fame player Luc Robitaille in their lineup. He went on to become the highest scoring left-winger in the NHL and spent most of his twenty year career in Los Angeles.
The team colors are black, white and aluminum and the Los Angeles Kings play in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.
There have been a number of notable players who have spent time in a Los Angeles Kings jersey and they include Marcel Dionne (1975-1987), Wayne Gretzky (1988-1996), Luc Robitaille (1986-2006), Dave Taylor (1977-1994) and Rob Blake (1989-2008).
The Los Angeles Kings have won a single Stanley Cup (2011-2012) and have won 2 Conference Championships and one Division Championship