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History Of Kings In The Olympics

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History Of Kings In The Olympics
Since entering the NHL in 1967, the Kings have had numerous players participate in the Olympic games. Below is a list of players that represented their country in the Winter Olympics while they were a member of the Kings organization.

Since entering the NHL in 1967, the Kings have had numerous players participate in the Olympic games. Below is a list of players that represented their country in the Winter Olympics while they were a member of the Kings organization.

*Note: all stats from this year’s Olympics are through games as of Feb. 18.

NAME

OLYMPIC YEAR

HOST CITY

COUNTRY

FINISH

STATS

Thomas Ahlen

1984 Winter Olympics

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sweden

Won Bronze Medal

7 games, 3-1=4

Kevin Stevens

1988 Winter Olympics

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

USA

Seventh place

6 games, 1-3=4

Robert Lang

1992 Winter Olympics

Albertville, France

Czechoslovakia

Won Bronze Medal

8 games, 5-8=13

Rob Blake

1998 Winter Olympics

Nagano, Japan

Canada

Fourth place

6 games, 1-1=2
Named Best Defenseman

Vladimir Tsyplakov

1998 Winter Olympics

Nagano, Japan

Belarus

Seventh place

5 games, 1-1=2

Jozef Stumpel

1998 Winter Olympics

Nagano, Japan

Slovakia

Tenth place

Did not play

Aki Berg

1998 Winter Olympics

Nagano, Japan

Finland

Won Bronze Medal

6 games, 0-0=0

Mattias Norstrom

1998 Winter Olympics

Nagano, Japan

Sweden

Fifth place

4 games, 0-1=1

Kimmo Timmonen

1998 Winter Olympics

Nagano, Japan

Finland

Won Bronze Medal

6 games, 0-1=1

Mattias Norstrom

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Sweden

Fifth place

4 games, 0-0=0

Adam Deadmarsh

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

United States

Won Silver Medal

6 games, 1-1=2

Mikko Eloranta

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Finland

Sixth place

4 games, 2-0=2

Aaron Miller

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

United States

Won Silver Medal

6 games, 0-0=0

Ziggy Palffy

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Slovakia

Thirteenth place

1 game, 0-0=0

Lubomir Visnovsky

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Slovakia

Thirteenth place

3 games, 1-2=3

Flavien Conne

2002 Winter Olympics

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Switzerland

Eleventh place

1 game, 0-0=0

Craig Conroy

2006 Winter Olympics

Torino, Italy

United States

Eighth place

6 games, 1-4=5

Pavol Demitra

2006 Winter Olympics

Torino, Italy

Slovakia

Fifth place

6 games, 2-5=7

Lubomir Visnovsky

2006 Winter Olympics

Torino, Italy

Slovakia

Fifth place

6 games, 1-1=2

Flavien Conne

2006 Winter Olympics

Torino, Italy

Switzerland

Sixth place

6 games, 1-0=1

Alexander Frolov

2006 Winter Olympics

Torino, Italy

Russia

Fourth place

3 games, 0-1=1

Michal Handzus

2010 Winter Olympics

Vancouver, Canada

Slovakia

Fourth place

7 games, 3-3=6

Drew Doughty

2010 Winter Olympics

Vancouver, Canada

Canada

Won Gold Medal

6 games, 0-2=2

Dustin Brown

2010 Winter Olympics

Vancouver, Canada

USA

Won Silver Medal

6 games, 0-0=0

Jack Johnson

2010 Winter Olympics

Vancouver, Canada

USA

Won Silver Medal

6 games, 0-1=1

Jonathan Quick

2010 Winter Olympics

Vancouver, Canada

USA

Won Silver Medal

Did not play

Anze Kopitar

2014 Winter Olympics

Sochi, Russia

Slovenia

Schedule Below

4 games, 2-1=3*

Slava Voynov

2014 Winter Olympics

Sochi Russia

Russia

Schedule Below

4 games, 0-0-0*

Jeff Carter

2014 Winter Olympics

Sochi, Russia

Canada

Schedule Below

3 games, 3-1=4*

Drew Doughty

2014 Winter Olympics

Sochi, Russia

Canada

Schedule Below

3 games, 4-1=5*

Dustin Brown

2014 Winter Olympics

Sochi, Russia

USA

Schedule Below

3 games, 1-1=2*

Jonathan Quick

2014 Winter Olympics

Sochi, Russia

USA

Schedule Below

2 games, 2-0-0*

Upcoming Schedule:
Quarterfinals (Wednesday Feb. 19)
Slovenia vs. Sweden (Midnight PT) – NBCSN
Russia vs. Finland (4:30 a.m. PT) – NBCSN
Czech Republic vs. USA (9 a.m. PT) – USA
Latvia vs. Canada (9 a.m. PT) -- MSNBC


Semifinals (Friday, Feb. 21)
Game No. 1 (4 a.m. PT) – NBCSN
Game No. 2 (9 a.m. PT) – NBCSN


Medal Round
Bronze Medal Game: Saturday, Feb. 22 (7 a.m. PT) – NBCSN
Gold Medal Game: Sunday, Feb. 23 (4 a.m. PT) -- NBC