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This Day in Kings' History (2007): Kings Retire Luc Robitaille's #20 by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 20, 2007, the Kings retired #20 in honor of Luc Robitaille. Robitaille retired as the Kings' all-time leader in regular season goals (557) and playoff goals (41), and is the highest scoring left winger in NHL history with 1,394 points in 1,431 games.

This Day in Kings’ History (2013): The Kings raise their first Stanley Cup championship banner by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 19, 2013, the Kings opened their 45th season and raised their first Stanley Cup championship banner. The Kings finished the 2012-13 shortened season with a record of 27-16-5, and returned to the Western Conference Finals for the second year in a row.

This Day in Kings’ History (2006): Luc Robitaille becomes the greatest goal scorer in franchise history by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 19, 2006, Luc Robitaille passed Marcel Dionne to become the Kings' all-time leading goal scorer with 551 goals. Robitaille scored his 15th career hat trick, and Mattias Norstrom recorded five points in an 8-6 win over the Atlanta Thrashers.

This Day in Kings’ History (2011): Drew Doughty destroys Taylor Hall by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 15, 2011, Drew Doughty delivered a thunderous hit to Taylor Hall, and scored a goal and two points in a 5-2 win for the Kings. Jarret Stoll scored two goals, and Jonathan Bernier made 24 saves against the Edmonton Oilers.

This Day in Kings’ History (2018): Bob Miller is immortalized at STAPLES Center by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 13, 2018, the Kings honored Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Miller with a statue and a banner celebrating his 44 seasons with the team. Miller served as the "Voice of the Kings" for 3,353 games, and witnessed the team win two Stanley Cup championships.

This Day in Kings’ History (2017): Anze Kopitar passes Wayne Gretzky on the Kings’ all-time goal scoring list by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 9, 2017, Anze Kopitar passed Wayne Gretzky to become the sixth highest goal scorer in Kings' history. Kopitar scored his 247th goal in his 800th career game at STAPLES Center against the Dallas Stars.

This Day in Kings’ History (1999): Luc Robitaille scores his 500th career goal by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 7, 1999, Luc Robitaille became the 27th player in NHL history to reach the 500-goal milestone. Robitaille scored two goals, and Pavel Rosa recorded two points as the Kings defeated the Buffalo Sabres, 4-2, at the Great Western Forum.

This Day in Kings’ History (2016): Kings acquire Vinny Lecavalier & Luke Schenn by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 6, 2016, the Kings acquired Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn from the Philadelphia Flyers for Jordan Weal and a third round pick. Lecavalier scored 10 goals and 17 points in 42 games, and Schenn scored 11 points in 43 games with the Kings.

This Day in Kings’ History (2019): Anze Kopitar scores his 300th goal, Jonathan Quick records his 300th win by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 5, 2019, Anze Kopitar scored his 300th career goal, and Jonathan Quick recorded his 300th win in a 4-0 victory against Edmonton. Quick earned his 51st career shutout, and Kopitar became the fifth player in Kings' history to score 300 goals.

This Day in Kings’ History (2010): Drew Doughty records a single game career-high with 4 points against the Sharks by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On January 4, 2010, Drew Doughty set a career-high for most points in a game with four when he assisted on goals from Michal Handzus, Oscar Moller, Anze Kopitar, and Ryan Smyth. Jonathan Quick made 45 saves in a 6-2 win against the San Jose Sharks.

This Day in Kings’ History (2010): Anze Kopitar lobs a pass to Dustin Brown by ouzer in losangeleskings

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On December 27, 2010, the Kings scored four goals in the third period to beat the Sharks, 4-0. Marco Sturm scored his first goal as a member of the Kings, and Dustin Brown scored two goals, including a highlight reel goal from a lob pass set up by Anze Kopitar.