The Los Angeles Kings finished in sixth place in the NHL's Western Division this year, but in terms of business expansion, the team has a winning streak.
The Kings organization has made aggressive moves in the ice rink business, particularly in the North Los Angeles market. Most recently, the team in April partnered with American Sports Entertainment Centers and the city of Santa Clarita to reopen The Cube Santa Clarita Ice and Entertainment Center after a tumultuous pandemic year.
In the last few years, the Kings have acquired the Burbank rink at 1001 W. Riverside Drive, now dubbed L.A. Kings Ice at Pickwick Gardens. They also have L.A. Kings Valley Ice Center in Panorama City. Additionally, the Kings plan to construct a presence in Reseda.
Read the full story in the July 19 issue of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.