Los Angeles Kings Odds

The NHL franchise that brought Wayne Gretzky to the US, the Los Angeles Kings are a hockey success story in an otherwise unnatural Southern California market. Despite some ups and downs, the franchise eventually stabilized, going on to win the Stanley Cup in 2011-12 and 2013-14.

The Kings have been rebuilding since, but the 2022 ballot measures seeking to bring legal and regulated sports betting to California could be just in time. If sports betting does become legal, it could coincide with the Kings being worth betting on again.

Here’s a look at how Los Angeles Kings betting would work in California, including the latest game lines and Stanley Cup odds.

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Tonight’s Kings odds

Here’s where you’ll find the latest Los Angeles Kings game lines. This includes the moneyline, puck line and total line for the Kings’ next game:

Kings Stanley Cup odds

Here’s where you’ll find the latest odds on the Kings to make the playoffs, win the Pacific Division, win the Western Conference or win the Stanley Cup:

Anze Kopitar prop, MVP odds

Kopitar was a finalist for the Hart Memorial Trophy in 2018 and among the top players in points year in, year out. Here’s where you’ll see the latest Kopitar prop odds:

Best Los Angeles Kings betting sites

Sports betting is not legal in California just yet. That means no retail or online sportsbooks or sports betting apps are allowed. However, both could be coming soon with at least one sports betting initiative on the November 2022 ballot and possibly a second on the way.

Right now, Californians can’t legally make NHL bets anywhere inside the state, but they can in all three neighboring states. That means Californians can bet from Nevada, the original sports betting state; Oregon, where retail and online sports betting has been legal since 2019; and Arizona, which became a sports betting state with retail and retail and online sportsbooks in 2021.

Kings live betting & in game odds

Live betting lets you bet on NHL games in the middle of the action. However, the live odds can change at the speed of the game, making sportsbook apps the best way to keep up. It’s unlikely you could get a bet down fast enough at a retail sportsbook before the odds change again.

That means you’ll have to wait for legal and regulated online sports betting to launch in California before you can bet on live Kings games from inside the state. Until then, you can make live bets on games via sportsbook apps from within the borders of Nevada and Arizona. This includes such top options as the DraftKings betting app and FanDuel betting app.

Basic bet types for Kings games

Betting on the Kings is multi-faceted. You can bet on the team to win another Stanley Cup via NHL futures odds or you can bet on it to win or lose any single game via standard game lines. You can also bet on team and player production via various hockey prop bets. Standard Kings betting lines include the following:

  • Kings moneylines: Pick outright winners at the currently available odds.
  • Kings puck lines: Pick winners with different goal lines factored into the final score (standard is 1.5). Turn the odds around, make favorites into underdogs, and vice versa with the puck line.
  • Kings totals: Bet on the total combined scores in individual games.
  • Kings props: Bet on team and player stat lines and specific game occurrences.

Kings betting lines in California vs. Vegas odds

Kings game lines will start in the same or very similar places at most sportsbooks, whether they are retail or online sportsbooks in Nevada, Oregon or Arizona. And if California legalizes sports betting, we can expect the same here.

The thing is, these lines are subject to change and might end up looking different by the time the first puck drops. NHL lines can move based on betting, but while one sportsbook might change a line because more money is coming in on one team or the other, others won’t if they’re not receiving the same betting action.

That’s why you might see different lines for the same game at different sportsbooks, even though they started the same or similar. Of course, local interest in the Kings is bound to drive local betting, meaning more of a chance a Kings line would move at California sportsbooks than just about anywhere else.

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LA Kings home arena

  • Name: Crypto.com Arena (formerly Staples Center, 1999-2021)
  • Address: 1111 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, California
  • Owner: Anschutz Entertainment Group
  • Hockey capacity: 18,230
  • Opened: Oct. 17, 1999
  • Construction cost: $375 million
  • Other tenants: Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Sparks
  • Previous home: The Forum (1967-99)

Where can you watch and listen to Kings broadcasts

Kings games air on Bally Sports West. You can also stream the Bally Sports West broadcast on the internet by activating the Bally Sports app using your TV provider info. The official audio network of the LA Kings is iHeartRadio, and you can listen to Kings games with the iHeartRadio app or on AM 570 LA Sports.

Kings franchise leaders

Here are the Kings’ franchise leaders in key categories:

  • Goals: Luc Robitaille, 557
  • Assists: Marcel Dionne, 757
  • Points: Marcel Dionne, 1,307
  • Penalty minutes: Marty McSorley, 1,846
  • Points per game: Wayne Gretzky, 1.70
  • Hat tricks: Marcel Dionne, 24
  • Save percentage: Jonathan Quick, .913
  • Shutouts: Jonathan Quick, 56

LA Kings by the numbers

  • Franchise value: $1.025 billion
  • Owners/paid: Philip Anschutz bought the Kings for $113.5 million in 1995
  • Building naming rights: Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com paid $700 million for the 20-year naming rights to the former Staples Center in 2021.
  • Stanley Cup wins: Two (2011-12 and 2013-14)
  • Retired numbers: Five — Rogie Vachon (30), Marcel Dionne (16), Dave Taylor (18), Wayne Gretzky (99), Luc Robitaille (20)
  • Most consecutive 30-goal seasons: 11, Marcel Dionne (1975-76 to 1985-86)
  • 2021-22 highest paid Kings player: Anze Kopitar, $10 million
  • Richest Kings contract: Eight years, $80 million; Anze Kopitar signed in January 2016
  • Most points in a single Kings season: 168, Wayne Gretzky (1988-89)
  • Career playoff points leader: 94, Wayne Gretzky (1988-93)
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