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Wed · 7:00 pm

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Sat · 7:00 pm

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Thu · 7:30 pm

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Mon · 6:30 pm

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Thu · 7:30 pm

Chicago Blackhawks at Los Angeles Kings

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NHL Western Conference First Round - TBD at Los Angeles Kings - Home Game 1 (Date/Time TBD - If Necessary)

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NHL Western Conference First Round - TBD at Los Angeles Kings - Home Game 2 (Date/Time TBD - If Necessary)

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Sep 23

Mon · 7:00 pm

Frozen Fury - Los Angeles Kings vs Vegas Golden Knights

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Sep 28

Sat · 3:00 pm

NHL Preseason - Los Angeles Kings vs Anaheim Ducks

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The History of Los Angeles Kings Hockey

In 1966, Jack Kent Cooke, the owner of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers, was awarded an NHL expansion franchise. The Kings were born, one of six new squads that began play in the 1967-68 season, marking the National Hockey League's first expansion since 1961.

Their first playoff appearance came in 1968, but they were eliminated in the first round. However, the club continued to improve, and the acquisition of Marcel Dionne from the Detroit Red Wings in 1975 marked a turning point. Dionne, destined to become the organization's all-time leading scorer, injected a potent offensive spark into the team.

Then, in 1988, the franchise made a blockbuster move, acquiring Wayne Gretzky. With him, they saw their first division title in 1991, and in 1993, they earned their first Western Conference Championship. Despite falling to the Montreal Canadiens in the Finals, the Kings established themselves as a legitimate threat to win the trophy.

Unfortunately, due to financial difficulties in the mid-90s, they had to sell off their star players, including Gretzky. But a new venue in 1999 set the stage for a new era of renewed success. It took a handful of playoff appearances in the 21st century, but the Kings finally won their first Stanley Cup in 2012. A second NHL Championship came just two years later, solidifying their place among the league’s elite.

Today, they have a strong roster with both experienced players and a talented young core. They're always a thrilling team to watch and are sure to be a contender for the Stanley Cup for many years to come. If you reserve your seats today, you might be there for the next pivotal moment!

The L.A. Kings Hockey Schedule

Before you buy your Kings tickets, it’s important to analyze the schedule to determine the upcoming matchups most likely to meet your expectations. The NHL is renowned for its rivalries, and the Kings are no exception. Meetings with the Anaheim Ducks and the San Jose Sharks provide some of the most exciting and closely contested games in the league. 

The rivalry between Los Angeles and Anaheim is known as the Freeway Faceoff, a nickname derived from the fact that the teams are based just 30 miles apart, up or down California’s I5. Geographical proximity and shared history in the Pacific Division fueled a fiery relationship that has captivated fans for decades. Things have gotten more serious since the early 2010s, when both clubs emerged as Stanley Cup contenders, and the relationship remains contentious.

Further south, the San Jose Sharks are just waiting to stir up some trouble. To date, the squads have nearly split their victories, but the 2011 and 2013 playoffs really heated things up. No matter where they currently sit in the rankings, their encounters are always intense. If you get a chance to see one, don’t miss it!

Beyond their Pacific Division rivals, the Kings face formidable opponents across the NHL. In the Eastern Conference, the Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, and Toronto Maple Leafs, all “Original Six” teams, pose significant challenges. In the Western Conference, the Chicago Blackhawks, Edmonton Oilers, and Vegas Golden Knights offer stiff competition.

Venue Information

Crypto.com Arena is a state-of-the-art facility that provides an unparalleled hockey experience. With a capacity of over 18,000, this versatile venue also hosts the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers and L.A. Clippers, the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks, premier concerts, and other special events.

Seating

We offer detailed seating charts to help you find the best views in the building. Typically, the locations around mid-ice are most desirable, and the Kings take their place in front of Sections 101 and 102. Section 119 is situated behind the visitors’ bench, and the penalty box is in front of Section 111. 

Shoot-twice seating spans Sections 113–118 on the lower level, 214–219 and Premier 1–3 and 16–18 on the second tier, and 320–333 right under the roof. Those 300-level sections are also budget-friendly and where you’ll find the party!

Parking

Official parking lots are conveniently located near the arena:

  • Lot 1: Adjacent to the arena on the east side (0.1 miles)

  • Lot 2: Adjacent to the arena on the west side (0.1 miles)

  • Lot 3: Across the street from the arena on the south side (0.2 miles)

  • Lot 4: Across the street from the arena on the north side (0.3 miles)

  • Lot 5: Located behind the arena on the southwest side (0.4 miles)

There should be ample options to accommodate fans, but to be safe, we recommend reserving parking passes when you purchase your Kings tickets.

Alternative Transportation

Los Angeles Metro operates Metro Rail services downtown, including the Blue Line and Expo Line, which exit at Pico Station, within walking distance of the venue. Buses provide additional transportation options, and lines 30, 81, and 442 have stops nearby. Riders can load funds onto a TAP card for seamless travel on buses and trains. Check the Metro website for the latest fares and schedule information.

Ready for Your Kings Game?

The announcer welcomes you to one of the most iconic arenas in the world, and your heart pounds with anticipation. “Go Kings, Go!” echoes through the building as spotlights shine down onto the ice. Highlights on the big screen get everyone’s blood pumping.

A horn blares and the music picks up as lights flash around the bowl. Players emerge from the corner as their names are called out, each met with a thunderous roar of applause. Their blades scrap across an icy, bright white surface, and the starters get in position for the face-off. It’s time!

The game gets underway, and every move is met with cheers, groans, and grumbles as waves of emotion roll through the crowd. It’s better than you ever imagined, and whether it ends in a win or a loss, you know you’ll never forget this feeling. Luckily, with Los Angeles Kings tickets from GoTickets.com, you can experience it again anytime!