The 2014 LA Kings live stream and TV coverage for their ticker-tape championship parade is scheduled to take place today at 11 a.m. PT (2:00 p.m. ET) as thousands of fans will cheer on their hometown hero’s Stanley Cup win over the New York Rangers. The Kings defeated New York 3-2 in double overtime on June 11 to clinch the 2014 championship in five games.
According to a LA Times report on June 15, the parade procession will begin at Figueroa and 5th streets and travel at a nice slow pace while fans wave and congratulate their hockey hero's. The route will continue until the entire parade arrives at the Staples Center where the Kings will continue the celebration in the building they won their second title in.
The Kings were a big underdog coming into the NHL playoffs, but once again they showed they had the talent to win a championship. The Kings may sometimes get over looked when fans talk about the best teams in hockey, but after winning their second Stanley Cup in three years, this team could be on the verge of a dynasty - especially if the win it all again next season!
If you can't make it to the parade, don't worry, at least their are plenty of ways to watch all the action on TV or online. The parade and celebrations will be shown live on Fox Sports West, with coverage beginning at 11 a.m. PT per a report from Bleacher Report, If you are like millions of American who will be stuck at work, you can watch every exciting moment streaming live online through FoxSportsWest.com.
FSW, the home of Kings hockey, will also be running a replay of the entire event on Monday night and Tuesday for fans who have no way to see the parade and celebrations live. Congrats to the Kings!