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Los Angeles Kings Information

The Los Angeles Kings are a Los Angeles-based professional ice hockey team that is a member of the Pacific Division of the NHL's Western Conference. The franchise was founded on June 5, 1967, and became one of the six teams that played their part in the 1967 NHL expansion. The former home arena of the Kings was The Forum located at Inglewood, California (a suburb of Los Angeles) while the current one is the Staples Center located in Downtown Los Angeles. The team is owned by the Los Angeles Kings Hockey Club, L.P., which is an AEG company.

The Kings selected their uniform color theme in black, silver, and white (a classic one). The team first appeared in the Stanley Cup in 1993. All over, the teams have won 2 Stanley Cups, 3 Conference Championships, 1 Division Championships, and 0 President's Trophy. The mascot of the Kings is Bailey, a 6-foot 4 inches with mane-included lion since 2007 who wears no. 72 (average temperature in Los Angeles).

The Los Angeles Kings have given several Hall of Famers to the list, which includes 17 former players along with three builders of sport. Other than builders and players, some of the athletic trainers were also added to the Hall of Famers named Peter Demers and Mark O'Neill, 2007 and 2016, respectively.

Some of the notable records crafted by the team include Most goals by Bernie Nicholls; 70, Most assists by Wayne Gretzky; 122, Most points in a game by Bernie Nicholls; 8, Most penalty minutes by Marty McSorley; 399, Most points, defenseman by Larry Murphy; 76, and many more. The team records made are Most points in a season: 105 (1974–75), Longest winning streak: 9 (2009–10), and Most wins in a season: 48 (2015–16).

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