LA Kings Parade 2014: Live Stream Info for Online Viewing of Celebration

The city of Los Angeles might want to build a road exclusively for the Los Angeles Kings' Stanley Cup parades. For the second time in three years, the team will take to the streets to revel in a title victory.

Alec Martinez's goal in double overtime handed the Kings Lord Stanley's Cup after a 4-1 series win in the Final.

The win brought an end to what was a whirlwind postseason for Los Angeles. The team played 26 games over the four postseason rounds. Seven of those 26 games went to at least overtime.

The Kings players have certainly earned themselves a moment to celebrate.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was among many fans reveling in the team's Game 5 triumph.

"Our Kings of the ice were once considered underdogs," he said, per Ruben Vives and Ryan Parker of the Los Angeles Times. "But with two Stanley Cup wins in three years, they have proved they are Kings of the game."

He also took to Twitter to celebrate the conquering Kings:

With the young players at Los Angeles' disposal, the Kings could have a dynasty in the making. Monday is unlikely to be the last time downtown Los Angeles is draped in black and silver.


When: Monday, June 16, at 12 p.m. PT

Watch: Fox Sports West

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Parade Route Info

The parade will begin at 5th and Figueroa and work its way down to Staples Center. NBC Los Angeles tweeted a picture of the route:

You can count on all of the parade staples being out in full show Monday afternoon. Double-decker buses will work their way down to Figueroa Street for about an hour as thousands of adoring fans line the streets. Captain Dustin Brown will hold the Stanley Cup aloft for all to see, while Justin Williams will hold his recently won Conn Smythe Trophy.

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