Kopitar skated in his 1,297th game to become the Los Angeles Kings leader in games played.
He's now under contract through the 2025-26 NHL season at an annual salary cap hit of $7 million.
Players from the Kings and Coyotes will take part in the first NHL game in the Southern Hemisphere as part of the NHL Global Series in September.
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Anze Kopitar became the fourth Los Angeles Kings player to reach 1,000 NHL career points.
Do you remember your first screen name?
From the first albums some players may have been a little too young for to the ones that reveal a softer side, take a trip down musical memory lane!
Anze Kopitar is a man who loves a good challenge.
Players share their first-date stories in the spirit of Valentine's Day!
It's anything Avicii and a shoutout to Bailey in this week's Player Q&A with Anze Kopitar.
We all start somewhere, likely with whatever you can get your hands on. Players recall their first pieces of hockey equipment!
From building their own pads to having to make do with their older brothers' gear, players fondly reminisce on their first pieces of hockey equipment.
New Jersey left wing Taylor Hall, Los Angeles centre Anze Kopitar and Colorado centre Nathan MacKinnon are the finalists for the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player.
We are "On Location" with the players at the 2018 NHL All-Star Game in Tampa
Patrice Bergeron, Anze Kopitar, and Patrick Kane share their thoughts on the announcement of the World Cup of Hockey returning in September 2016.
He is a national hero in his native Slovenia, an athlete who is loved by young and old. The feeling is more than mutual for Anze Kopitar.
The players suiting-up in Sochi tell us what other Olympic events they’ll be following in Russia.
At only 24-years of age and already in his 6th NHL season, the speed and creativity of Anze Kopitar proved invaluable as the team made a memorable run to the finals.
Kopitar and Niittymaki help their teams & Perron helps the people of Haiti in this edition of the Weekly Review