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Encyclopedia > Head Coaches of the Los Angeles Kings

Head Coaches of the Los Angeles Kings The Los Angeles Kings are a National Hockey League team based in Los Angeles, California, USA. // Facts Founded: 1967 Arena: Staples Center Former Home Arenas: Long Beach Sports Arena (part of 1967), Los Angeles Sports Arena (part of 1967); The Forum (1967-1999) Uniform colors: Purple, black, and silver Logo...


(with Won-Loss-Tied record)

  • Red Kelly: 1967-68 - 1968-69 (55-75-20)
  • Hal Laycoe: 1969-70 (5-18-1)
  • John Wilson: 1969-70 (9-34-9)
  • Larry Regan: 1970-71 - 1971-72 (27-47-14)
  • Fred Glover: 1971-72 (18-42-8)
  • Bob Pulford: 1972-73 - 1976-77 (178-150-68)
  • Ron Stewart: 1977-78 (31-34-15)
  • Bob Berry: 1978-79 - 1080-81 (107-94-39)
  • Parker MacDonald: 1981-82 (13-24-5)
  • Don Perry: 1981-82 - 1983-84 (52-85-31)
  • Rogie Vachon: 1983-84 (1-0-1)
  • Roger Neilson: 1983-84 (8-17-3)
  • Pat Quinn: 1984-85 - 1986-87 (75-101-26)
  • Mike Murphy: 1986-87 - 1987-88 (20-37-8)
  • Rogie Vachon: 1987-88 (0-1-0)
  • Robbie Ftorek: 1987-88 - 1988-89 (65-56-11)
  • Tom Webster: 1989-90 - 1991-92 (115-94-31)
  • Barry Melrose: 1992-93 - 1994-95 (79-101-29)
  • Rogie Vachon: 1994-95 (3-2-2)
  • Larry Robinson: 1995-96 - 1998-99 (122-161-45)
  • Andy Murray: 1999-2006 (178-148-58-26)*
  • - Murray was the first Kings head coach under the NHL's new system where overtime losses resulted in a team earning one point in the standings.
  • Los Angeles Kings Communications Department. (2003). 2003-04 Los Angeles Kings Media Guide, Los Angeles Kings. ISBN.
  • Diamond, Dan. (2004). National Hockey League Official Guide and Record Book 2004, Triumph Books: Printing Press. ISBN 1-572436-03-4.

1967: Kelly,right,with Frank Mahovlich and Torontos last Stanley Cup Leonard Patrick Red Kelly, CM (born 9 July 1927 in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada) is a former hockey player in the NHL. A solid, playmaking defenceman, he joined the Detroit Red Wings in 1947. ... John Wilson (May 18, 1785 - April 3, 1854) was a Scottish writer, the Christopher North of Blackwoods Magazine. ... Larry with the Toronto Maple Leafs Larry Regan was born in North Bay, Ontario, Canada on August 9, 1930. ... Bob Pulford (March 31, 1936 in Newton Robinson, Ontario) was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Los Angeles Kings in the National Hockey League. ... This article contains information that has not been verified and thus might not be reliable. ... Bob Berry (b. ... Rogie Vachon (September 8, 1945 in Palmorolle, Quebec) was a Canadian professional ice hockey goalie who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings, and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League. ... Roger Paul Neilson, CM (June 16, 1934-June 21, 2003) was a National Hockey League coach, and was responsible for many innovations in the game. ... For the Irish grocery chain entrepreneur, see Quinnsworth Pat Quinn (born January 29, 1943) in Hamilton, Ontario, has been the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs since the 1998-99 NHL season and is former National Hockey League defenceman. ... For other people, see Michael Murphy Mike Murphy (Born: September 12, 1950 in Toronto, Ontario) is a former hockey player in the NHL, and former head coach in the NHL and IHL. As a player, he played for the St. ... Rogie Vachon (September 8, 1945 in Palmorolle, Quebec) was a Canadian professional ice hockey goalie who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings, and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League. ... Barry Melrose (born July 15, 1956 in Kelvington, Saskatchewan) is a hockey player, coach and current commentator for ESPN and ABC. Melrose began his hockey career as a defenseman in the WCHL with the Kamloops Chiefs in 1974, eventually working his way up to the Cincinnati Stingers of the WHA... Rogie Vachon (September 8, 1945 in Palmorolle, Quebec) was a Canadian professional ice hockey goalie who played for the Montreal Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings, and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League. ... Larry Robinson, born June 2, 1951 in Winchester, Ontario, Canada, was a star player and a coach in the National Hockey League. ... Andy Murray (Born: Souris, Manitoba, Canada-) is a Canadian former ice hockey player and current head coach for the National Hockey Leagues Los Angeles Kings. ...

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Los Angeles Kings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4126 words)
Despite Dionne's leadership, the Kings missed the playoffs the next two seasons, and were quickly swept out of the playoffs by the Oilers in the 1985, when the Oilers won their second straight Stanley Cup championship.
Gretzky led the Kings to their first regular season division title in franchise history in the 1990-91 season with a 46-24-10 record (102 points, the second best point total in franchise history), but that would not be the pinnacle of his career in Los Angeles.
Kings head coach Barry Melrose had his team's offense running on all cylinders when the 1993 playoffs began, and they scored an amazing 33 goals in their first-round series against the Calgary Flames.
Los Angeles Kings: Information from Answers.com (3806 words)
The Kings would reach new heights in the 1992-93, but the season started badly when it was learned that Gretzky had suffered a career-threatening herniated thoracic disk before the season began.
Kings head coach Barry Melrose had his team's offense running on all cylinders when the 1993 playoffs began, and they scored an amazing 33 goals in the first-round series against the Calgary Flames.
The popularity of Gretzky and the Kings also led to the NHL awarding an expansion team to Anaheim, California; in 1993 the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (who became the Anaheim Ducks on June 22, 2006) would become the Kings nearest rival, just 35 miles to the south.
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