By Sam Smith-RitchieJanuary 12, 2018 5:00PMThe Los Angeles Kings have had a remarkable season.

They have made the playoffs in every year since being eliminated in the first round in the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Kings are currently playing in the Western Conference Finals.

After their playoff run ended, the Kings had the best record in the NHL and were considered one of the hottest teams in the league.

Their success has resulted in a lucrative contract extension with Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi.

The Kings have been one of Los Angeles’ hottest teams over the past few years.

It is an amazing feat that the team has been able to stay afloat.

The franchise has been around for more than 50 years and has been in its current form for more years than I can count.

But, in the past five years, the team’s owners have been able do much to keep the team afloat.

For the first time in a decade, the LA Kings are a profitable franchise.

The team has raised nearly $1.4 billion since it was purchased in 2005, making it the most profitable team in the National Hockey League.

In fact, the franchise has had its entire revenue source tied up in the Kings’ franchise tag and the current NHL Players’ Association’s Player Retirement Guarantee Agreement.

This is a massive win for the Kings.

The new deal is worth a combined $4.6 billion.

This year, the money is set to go up a few hundred million dollars in 2019-20 and will be used to upgrade the Kings newest arena.

The money has helped the Kings become one of our favorite teams in Major League Soccer.

The new arena will be the Kings new home.

It will have the capacity of 8,000 and will have a capacity of 7,500 seats.

It also will be home to the Kings AHL affiliate, the Las Vegas Wranglers.

The expansion franchise is scheduled to open the new arena on December 12th, 2019.

The arena will cost $1 billion and be built in Los Angeles County, California.

The first phase of the project is expected to cost $4 billion.

The team has a long way to go in the right direction before it is a viable NHL franchise.

But this is a great start and the Kings are going to be back.