Coming into this season, Byfield had eight goals and 34 points in 99 regular-season games in his first three seasons.
Los Angeles went into the All-Star break with the first wild-card spot in the Western Conference, but only four points from falling out of a playoff spot.
Goaltender Pheonix Copley will miss the rest of the season for the Los Angeles Kings after he underwent knee surgery earlier this week.
On the heels of consecutive 30-plus goal campaigns, Adrian Kempe continues to build on his standout 2022-23 season with a hungry Los Angeles Kings team.
By going on the long-term IR, Copley will miss a minimum of 10 games.
Quinton Byfield is going on record – he’s bringing back the bow tie and is equipped to stand out everywhere he goes with the Los Angeles Kings this season.
Kopitar skated in his 1,297th game to become the Los Angeles Kings leader in games played.
In case you missed it, here are some of the most memorable highlights from the 2023 NHL Global Series in Melbourne.
He's now under contract through the 2025-26 NHL season at an annual salary cap hit of $7 million.
Dubois was a restricted free agent coming off a one-year contract.
The foundation offers support for young hockey players with scholarships for hockey schools, post-secondary education and camps.
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.
2023 NHL Global Series – Melbourne to feature preseason matchups between Arizona Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings on Sept. 23-24
Throughout the month of February, numerous teams celebrated Black History month in various ways.
The extension, which lasts through the 2030-31 season, has an average annual value of $4.125 million.
He lives amongst the stars in Los Angeles, but Kevin Fiala was starstruck upon meeting No. 87 himself.
Danault has earned several team, fan and local media honours while posting career-best numbers since arriving in Los Angeles.
The 27-year-old Moore has seven goals and 11 assists while appearing in all 32 games this season for Los Angeles.
More than 100 games into his NHL career, the 11th overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft is making the most of his time on hockey’s grandest stage.
Brandt says he wouldn't be where he is in hockey without his older brother, Graeme.