‘Stanley Cup Champions 2014: Los Angeles Kings’ DVD To Be Released July 29th

Stanley Cup 2014 DVD

The Stanley Cup is back in Los Angeles! For the second time in three seasons, the Los Angeles Kings have hoisted the Stanley Cup! Now, after another great NHL season, Cinedigm, NHL Studios and the National Hockey League will take fans behind the glass, on the bench and into the locker room with an action-packed film commemorating the Kings’ road to the championship with the home entertainment release of Stanley Cup Champions 2014: Los Angeles Kings on July 29, 2014.

Released just a month after the Kings celebrated their Stanley Cup® victory, the feature will have in-depth highlights from the memorable season and playoff run, exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, and interviews with key players and coaches. Stanley Cup Champions 2014: Los Angeles Kings will be available on Blu-ray ($29.93 SRP), DVD ($24.99 SRP) and Digital ($9.99 SRP for SD/$12.99 SRP for HD).

Filled with hours of non-stop action, Stanley Cup Champions 2014: Los Angeles Kings offers Kings fans unique insight into the highs and lows of the 2013-14 NHL season. Loaded with behind-the-scenes interviews from players and coaches, including from captain Dustin Brown, dynamic forward Anze Kopitar, goaltender Jonathan Quick and Conn Smythe Trophy winner Justin Williams,fans can re-live all of the memorable moments.

Stanley Cup Champions 2014: Los Angeles Kings release will give fans the chance to relive the season’s memorable moments, including all the intense Game 7’s and overtime hockey a fan can ask for during the Kings’ historic Stanley Cup® run,” said Norbert Hudak, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Brand Management for Cinedigm. “Available in Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, we believe fans will be clamoring to own this piece of LA Kings history.”

The 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs started off in dramatic fashion for the Kings as they squared off against their intrastate and division rivals, the San Jose Sharks. After losing the first three games to the Sharks, the Kings became only the fourth team in NHL history to overcome a 3-0 series deficit, winning a decisive Game 7 on the road. The Second Round proved to be much of the same as the Kings and the Anaheim Ducks, battled to a Game 7, where again the Kings prevailed to earn a trip to the Western Conference Final.

The Kings again were pushed to the brink of elimination against the defending champion Chicago Blackhawks, but were able to dig deep and pull off a dramatic 5-4 OT victory in Game 7 in Chicago, making the Kings the first team in NHL history to win three Game 7s en route to a berth in the Stanley Cup® Final, where they took on the New York Rangers.

After a pair of overtime to victories to open the series, the Kings were able to hoist the Stanley Cup in front of their fans following a double-OT thriller in Game 5, propelling them to their second championship in three years.

DVD Special Features Include:

  • Behind the Scenes with the Stanley Cup
  • Top 10 Los Angeles Kings Highlights
  • Extended Los Angeles Parade Celebration

Blu-Ray Special Features Include All of the Above, Plus:

  • NHL Network Interviews
  • On-Ice Wireless Recaps of 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs
  • Extended On-Ice Celebration
  • Extended Locker Room Celebration

Pre-order your copy of Stanley Cup Champions 2014: Los Angeles Kings today!

How’d You Like To Cheer On The Kings From A Luxury Suite?

Sexy Kings Fans

Imagine watching the Kings play from a luxury suite. Imagine doing it for free. Imagine doing it while infiltrating enemy territory.

For Kings fans who have residence in New Jersey, there’s a way for this to be done. The New Jersey Devils, through their new sponsorship with Partypoker, are running a promotion next season that will give out free luxury box seats to winners of a poker tournament. The tournaments will take place two days before every home game and will award four game tickets with suite access.

The Devils will play 41 home games next year, meaning you have 41 chances to get the right cards. Though next year’s NHL schedule will not be released until July, the Devils played just one home game against the Kings last year. However, under the league’s schedule makeover prior to last season, every team will play in every city at least one time during the season, ensuring the Kings will return to the Garden State at least once in the 2014-2015 season.

The tournament is called the Dream Seat Series. By registering a free account with Partypoker’s New Jersey affiliate, you will be given two tickets to a qualifier tournament. The top 30 finishers in the qualifying tournament will have a chance to play in the Dream Seat Series finals for a shot at the tickets.

Better yet, bypass the qualifier tournament and advance directly into the finals by depositing $20 into an account and enter the code “DEVILS.” Imagine sitting in the luxury box in New Jersey’s Prudential Center wearing your Dustin Brown jersey!

A separate monthly prize for the poker tournament will also be given away which will allow you and a friend to travel with the team to an away game. To that end: is anyone up to see them play against the L.A. Kings?

You can read more about the promotion here, where you’ll also learn more about the company’s collaboration with NBA team the Philadelphia 76ers. Could more teams get into this casino/poker collaboration moving forward? Seems likely.

Win LA Kings Playoff Tickets From Mercury Insurance

LA Kings Playoff Tickets

Nothing beats the action and intensity of the playoffs.. Except maybe a FREE pair of Kings playoff tickets! The LA Kings are gearing up for another deep run, and you could be a part of it, because Mercury Insurance is giving away 2 tickets for each 2014 home playoff game! Simply complete a free online auto insurance quote at mercuryinsurance.com/kings for your chance to win.

There’s no catch, no strings attached. All you have to do is get an online auto insurance quote, and you’ll be entered to win a FREE pair of LA Kings playoff tickets. So don’t wait—get a fast, free quote today, and you could be their next lucky winner!

Lockout, locked up and shipped out–LA Kings hockey

I haven’t written in a long time. I have my reasons, most having to do with the lockout, but I am back. Yeah, I know, so what.

Let me start by saying that Matt Barry not covering the Kings on Hockeybuzz.com is a huge loss. His writing and knowledge on the Kings was impressive. I didn’t agree with everything he wrote, but liked it always.

Dustin Penner has taken his pancakes and skates back to the Ducks. Penner, who stunk in regular season games, but stepped up in the playoffs, will go back to the place where he won a Cup in 2007. Penner is a so Cal lover, so I figured he wasn’t going anywhere

The Kings did acquire Daniel Carcillo from the Champion Blackhawks for a conditional draft pick in 2015. Carcillo is best known for being besties with Jeff Carter and Mike Richards when they all played with the Flyers.

In other Kings/Flyers news, Ron Hextall is going back to the City of Brotherly Love. Hextall was named Assistant General Manager and Director of Hockey Operations for the Flyers. Hextalls drive and passion helped the Kings to their Cup win. He’ll make a difference in Philadelphia. Hope to see a Stanley Cup finals between the two teams.

Kings inked Alec Martinez to a 2-year deal. I thought he was as good as gone? Nice to have him under control even if it means he’ll be skating somewhere else next year.

Slava Voynov we’ll be in LA for the next six years. Nice signing by the Kings, who still have decisions to make on Jordan Nolan and Kyle Clifford.

When will the Kings look into the Dustin Brown deal? That man has to stay in LA. He is the heart and soul of the Kings the past couple years, and would be next to impossible to replace. I say that with the knowledge that he blew me off three times at the 2012 NHL awards.

Hockey season start in roughly 3 months. Why am I missing it so much?

Fans Can Now Use Free Wi-Fi At STAPLES Center

L.A. Kings’ fans are about to get an even better experience at STAPLES Center with the addition of free Wi-Fi. The new service, announced just in time for tonight’s game against the San Jose Sharks, is the result of a partnership between STAPLES Center and Verizon Wireless.

“STAPLES Center Wi-Fi Powered by Verizon” provides guests with faster service during STAPLES Center’s more than 250 annual games, concerts, shows and special events. Additionally, guests at Nokia Plaza L.A. LIVE will have free Wi-Fi access beginning May 21st.

Staples Center WiFi

So when you’re ready to Instagram your pic of the Kings scoring a goal, you can connect to the free service by selecting “VerizonWiFi” from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.

LA Kings Players Meet & Greet at Verizon Store on 2/24

Jarret Stoll and Brad Richardson Meet and Greet

This Sunday 2/24, LA Kings players Jarret Stoll and Brad Richardson will be at the grand opening of the Verizon Wireless store in West Hollywood for a Meet & Greet with fans.

What: LA Kings Meet & Greet with Jarret Stoll and Brad Richardson
When: Sunday 2/24 from 3-4 p.m.
Where: 7100 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046

Hope some of you locals can make it out there this Sunday!

** Note the time has changed, it’s now 3-4pm!

Kings-Reign Royal Poker Shootout

Kings-Reign Poker Shootout

This Thursday, February 21, the Los Angeles Kings and Ontario Reign are hosting the Kings-Reign Royal Poker Shootout at the San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino, for charity.

The poker tournament will feature Kings fans playing against Reigns fans, and participants will have the unique opportunity to play alongside famed Kings players and broadcasters, including: Ian Laperriere, Marty McSorley, Bernie Nicholls, Jim Fox, Daryl Evans, Bob Miller, Nick Nickson, Luc Robitaille, Ian Turnbull and Pete Demers, while also playing for $10,000 in cash prizes!

Each buy-in is $25, with proceeds going to both the Kings Care Foundation and the Hope Reigns Foundation. Fans can sign-up today for a chance to win and participate in the star-studded Kings-Reign Royal Poker Shootout!

Kings fans want the lockout to end RIGHT NOW!

A sad day for Kings fans as longtime PA announcer David Courtney passed away at the age of 56. Courtney, who also did PA work for the Lakers & Clippers, will be greatly missed by not only the organization, but fans as well.

Another important, but less serious news, the NHL lockout is still in effect. The mediator that was brought in to help out with negotiations, couldn’t break the stalemate that has reached close to 80 days. I don’t want to say the sides are back to square one, but saving the season gets tougher each passing day, a position that frustrates Kings fans.

What a night to be a Kings fans. Thursday at the Las Vegas Wranglers game, the Stanley Cup–with the Kings signatures–was in attendance. Fans lined up for as far as the eye could see to get a picture with hockey’s Holy Grail.

It was also a chance for Kings fan to get another look at the Cup they waited 45 years to see.

I’ll leave you all with a look back at the life and career of David Courtney, who left us way too early. Thanks KINGSVISION.