2013-14 Los Angeles Kings Season
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2013%E2%80%9314 Los Angeles Kings Season
2013-14 Los Angeles Kings
Stanley Cup champions
Western Conference champions
Division3rd Pacific
Conference6th Western
2013-14 record46-28-8
Home record23-14-4
Road record23-14-4
Goals for206
Goals against174
Team information
General ManagerDean Lombardi
CoachDarryl Sutter
CaptainDustin Brown
Alternate captainsMatt Greene
Anze Kopitar
Mike Richards (Nov.-Feb.)
ArenaStaples Center
Average attendance19,017 (100.2%)[1]
(41 games)
Minor league affiliate(s)Manchester Monarchs (AHL)
Ontario Reign (ECHL)
Team leaders
GoalsAnze Kopitar (29)
AssistsAnze Kopitar (41)
PointsAnze Kopitar (70)
Penalty minutesKyle Clifford (81)
Plus/minusAnze Kopitar (+34)
WinsJonathan Quick (27)
Goals against averageMartin Jones (1.81)

The 2013-14 Los Angeles Kings season was the 47th season (46th season of play) for the National Hockey League (NHL) franchise that was established on June 5, 1967.[2] The team would advance to the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs and eventually the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals, where they defeated the New York Rangers in five games to win their second Stanley Cup in franchise history.

Standings

Pacific Division
Pos Team GP W L OTL ROW GF GA GD Pts
1 y – Anaheim Ducks 82 54 20 8 51 266 209 +57 116
2 x – San Jose Sharks 82 51 22 9 41 249 200 +49 111
3 x – Los Angeles Kings 82 46 28 8 38 206 174 +32 100
4 Phoenix Coyotes 82 37 30 15 31 216 231 −15 89
5 Vancouver Canucks 82 36 35 11 31 196 223 −27 83
6 Calgary Flames 82 35 40 7 28 209 241 −32 77
7 Edmonton Oilers 82 29 44 9 25 203 270 −67 67
Source: National Hockey League
x – Clinched playoff spot; y – Clinched division.

Schedule and results

Pre-season

Regular season

Playoffs

The Los Angeles Kings entered the playoffs as the Pacific Division's third seed. They faced the San Jose Sharks in the first round. The Kings became only the fourth team in NHL history to win a series when trailing 3-0 in the series with their Game 7 win over the Sharks in the Western Conference First Round.[3] They later became the first team to advance to the Stanley Cup finals having played 21 games. They also became the first team to win three Game 7s on the road. The Kings clinched their second Stanley Cup finals berth in three years, where they took on Eastern champions, the New York Rangers.

The Kings won the Stanley Cup in a double-overtime Game 5 victory. This was the team's second Stanley Cup championship in three years.

Legend:   Win   Loss

Player statistics

Skaters

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes
Final Stats[4]

Goaltenders

Note: GP = Games played; GS = Games started; TOI = Time on ice; W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime losses; GA = Goals against; GAA = Goals against average; SV = Saves; SA = Shots against; SV% = Save percentage; SO = Shutouts; G = Goals; A = Assists; PIM = Penalty minutes
Final stats[5]

Regular season
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Jonathan Quick 49 49 2904 27 17 4 100 2.07 1183 .915 6 0 2 2
Martin Jones 19 18 1095 12 6 0 33 1.81 500 .934 4 0 1 0
Ben Scrivens? 19 15 975 7 5 4 32 1.97 464 .931 3 0 1 0
Playoffs
Player GP GS TOI W L GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Jonathan Quick 26 26 1605 16 9 69 2.58 774 .911 2 0 0 4
Martin Jones 2 0 56 0 0 0 0.00 7 1.000 0 0 0 0

+Denotes player spent time with another team before joining the Kings. Statistics reflect time with the Kings only.
?Traded mid-season. Statistics reflect time with the Kings only.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and records

Awards

Regular season
Player Award Awarded
Justin Williams[6] Conn Smythe Trophy June 14, 2014
Dustin Brown[7] Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award June 24, 2014
Jonathan Quick[8] William M. Jennings Trophy June 24, 2014

Transactions

The Kings have been involved in the following transactions during the 2013-14 season:

Trades

June 30, 2013[9] To Edmonton Oilers
2nd-round pick (57th overall) in 2013
3rd-round pick in 2013
4th-round pick in 2013
To Los Angeles Kings
2nd-round pick (37th overall) in 2013
June 30, 2013[9] To New Jersey Devils
7th-round pick in 2013
To Los Angeles Kings
7th-round pick in 2015
July 16, 2013[10] To Chicago Blackhawks
Conditional 6th-round pick in 2015
To Los Angeles Kings
Daniel Carcillo
January 4, 2014[11] To New York Rangers
Daniel Carcillo
To Los Angeles Kings
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2014
January 15, 2014[12] To Edmonton Oilers
Ben Scrivens
To Los Angeles Kings
3rd-round pick in 2014
January 22, 2014[13] To Toronto Maple Leafs
Brandon Kozun
To Los Angeles Kings
Andrew Crescenzi
February 6, 2014[14] To Montreal Canadiens
Robert Czarnik
To Los Angeles Kings
Steve Quailer
March 5, 2014[15] To Buffalo Sabres
Nicolas Deslauriers
Hudson Fasching
To Los Angeles Kings
Brayden McNabb
Jonathan Parker
2nd-round pick in 2014
2nd-round pick in 2015
March 5, 2014[16] To San Jose Sharks
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2016
To Los Angeles Kings
James Livingston
March 5, 2014[17] To Columbus Blue Jackets
Matt Frattin
Conditional 2nd-round pick in 2014 or 2015
Conditional 3rd-round pick in 2014 or 2015
To Los Angeles Kings
Marian Gaborik

Draft picks

Los Angeles Kings' picks at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, that was held in Newark, New Jersey on June 30, 2013.

Round # Player Pos Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
2 37 Valentin Zykov LW Russia Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL)
4 103[a] Justin Auger RW Canada Guelph Storm (OHL)
4 118 Hudson Fasching RW United States U.S. National Team Development Program (USHL)
5 146 Patrik Bartosak G Czech Republic Red Deer Rebels (WHL)
5 148[b] Jonny Brodzinski RW United States St. Cloud State University (WCHA)
6 178 Zachary Leslie D Canada Guelph Storm (OHL)
7 191[c] Dominik Kubalik LW Czech Republic Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
Draft notes[44]
  • The Los Angeles Kings' first-round pick went to the Columbus Blue Jackets as the result of a February 23, 2012, trade that sent Jeff Carter to the Kings in exchange for Jack Johnson and this pick.[45]
  • The Edmonton Oilers' second-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on June 30, 2013, that sent a second and third-round pick in 2013 (57th and 88th overall) and Carolina's fourth-round pick in 2013 (96th overall) to Edmonton in exchange for this pick.[46]
  • The Los Angeles Kings' second-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues (via Edmonton), Los Angeles traded this pick to the Edmonton Oilers as the result of a trade on June 30, 2013, that sent a second-round pick in 2013 (37th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for a third-round pick in 2013 (88th overall), Carolina's fourth-round pick in 2013 (96th overall) and this pick.[46]
  • The Los Angeles Kings' third-round pick went to the Edmonton Oilers as the result of a trade on June 30, 2013, that sent a second-round pick in 2013 (37th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for a second-round pick in 2013 (57th overall), Carolina's fourth-round pick in 2013 (96th overall) and this pick.[46]
  • a The Phoenix Coyotes' fourth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings (via Columbus and Philadelphia) as a result of a February 26, 2013, trade that sent Simon Gagne to the Flyers in exchange for this pick.[47]
  • b The Montreal Canadiens' fifth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as a result of an April 2, 2013, trade that sent Davis Drewiske to the Canadiens in exchange for this pick.[48]
  • c The Dallas Stars' seventh-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as a result of a June 23, 2012, trade that sent Edmonton's 2012 seventh-round pick to the Stars in exchange for this pick.[49]
  • The Los Angeles Kings' seventh-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on June 30, 2013, that sent a seventh-round pick in 2015 to Los Angeles in exchange for this pick.[50]

References

  1. ^ "2013-2014 NHL Attendance - National Hockey League - ESPN". ESPN.
  2. ^ National Hockey League (2010). The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book/2011. Triumph Books. p. 67. ISBN 978-1-60078-422-4.
  3. ^ Kings complete comeback, advance to face Ducks
  4. ^ "2013-2014 Regular Season Stats - Points - Los Angeles Kings - Statistics". National Hockey League. Retrieved 2014.
  5. ^ "Los Angeles Kings Stats - 2012-13". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2013.
  6. ^ Kings forward Williams wins Conn Smythe Trophy
  7. ^ Kings' Brown wins Mark Messier Leadership Award
  8. ^ Kings' Quick awarded William Jennings Trophy
  9. ^ a b 2013 NHL Draft - LA Kings Selections
  10. ^ Kings Acquire Daniel Carcillo From Chicago
  11. ^ Kings and NY Rangers Announce Trade
  12. ^ Kings Acquire Third Round Pick From Oilers For Scrivens; Jones Recalled
  13. ^ Kings Announce Player Transactions
  14. ^ LA Kings Acquire Steve Quailer From Montreal
  15. ^ Kings Acquire Brayden McNabb From Buffalo
  16. ^ Vey Assigned To Manchester; Livingston Acquired From San Jose
  17. ^ Kings Acquire Three-Time 40 Goal Scorer Marian Gaborik From Columbus
  18. ^ Kings Sign Unrestricted Free Agent D-Man Jeff Schultz
  19. ^ a b Kings Sign Prospects Maxim Kitsyn and Brian O'Neill
  20. ^ Kings Sign Vincent LoVerde To One-Year Deal
  21. ^ Canucks sign Brad Richardson
  22. ^ Penguins Sign Defenseman Rob Scuderi
  23. ^ Ducks Sign Left Wing Penner to One-Year Contract
  24. ^ Avs claim Marc-Andre Cliche from L.A. Kings on waivers, send Pickard to minors
  25. ^ Jets claim Keaton Ellerby off waivers
  26. ^ Keaton Ellerby Agrees To Terms On One-Year Deal
  27. ^ Kings And Defenseman Jake Muzzin Agree To Terms On A New Two-Year Contract
  28. ^ Kings Sign Martinez to Two-Year Contract
  29. ^ Kings Captain Dustin Brown Agrees to Eight-Year Contract Extension
  30. ^ Jordan Nolan Agrees To Two-Year Contract
  31. ^ Trevor Lewis Agrees To One-Year Deal
  32. ^ a b Kings agree to terms with Andrew Bodnarchuk and Colin Miller on multi-year deals
  33. ^ Kings and Forward Kyle Clifford Agree to Terms on a Two-Year Contract
  34. ^ Kings and goaltender Martin Jones agree to terms on a two-year contract
  35. ^ Kings Sign Bartosak To Three-Year Entry Level Deal
  36. ^ Mersch Graduates To Pro Hockey, Offers Kings Hope At Left Wing
  37. ^ Kings Sign Trevor Lewis To Two-Year Contract Extension
  38. ^ Dowd Now Knocking On The Door As A Rising NHL Prospect
  39. ^ Kings Sign O'Neill
  40. ^ Kings Sign Valentine Zykov To Three-Year Entry Level Contract
  41. ^ Kings Sign Prospect Nick Ebert
  42. ^ Kings Sign Matt Greene To Four-Year Contract
  43. ^ Marian Gaborik And The Kings Agree To Terms On A New Seven-Year Deal
  44. ^ "2013 NHL Entry Draft Pending Transactions". Pro Sports Transactions. Retrieved 2013.
  45. ^ "Kings Acquire Jeff Carter from Columbus - Los Angeles Kings - Press Releases". Los Angeles Kings. February 23, 2012.
  46. ^ a b c "2013 NHL Draft - LA Kings Selections". Los Angeles Kings. June 30, 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  47. ^ "Kings Acquire Conditional Pick In 2013 NHL Draft From Philadelphia In Exchange For Simon Gagne - Los Angeles Kings - News". Los Angeles Kings. February 26, 2013.
  48. ^ "Kings Acquire 5th Round Pick From Montreal For Davis Drewiske - Los Angeles Kings - News". Los Angeles Kings. April 2, 2013.
  49. ^ "Kings Make Five Selections At Day Two Of The 2012 NHL Draft - Los Angeles Kings - News". Los Angeles Kings. June 23, 2012.
  50. ^ "2013 NHL Draft - LA Kings Selections". Los Angeles Kings. June 30, 2013. Retrieved 2013.

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