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KINGS IN THE OLYMPICS
Since the Kings entered the National Hockey League 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. Click here to check out photos from each of the Olympic games that Kings members participated in.
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