The Los Angeles Kings are a specialized ice hockey team located in Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles are also the members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League. The team was established in the year 1966 February 9, when Jack Kent Cooke was honored an National Hockey League development franchise for Los Angeles, the Kings called the The Forum in Inglewood, California which was a suburb of Los Angeles, the team’s home for thirty-two years until they moved to Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles to start the year 1999–2000.
The LA Kings did not had a great deal of victories in their history, they just won their division just once in the year 1990–91, and failed to get out of the first round of the playoffs twelve times in the twenty-four seasons in which they qualified for post-season play, going ahead and passing the second round just once. In fact, the high point in Kings Teams’ history was the time, when they won their conference championship for the only time, and moving on to the Stanley Cup Finals in the season of the year 1992–93, only to lose the series to the Montreal Canadiens in five games.