The LA Kings are currently enjoying an off-season of reflection upon their Stanley Cup triumph and preparation to become the NHL's next great dynasty.
But their summer of celebration has now got one black mark on it, the franchise are being sued after being caught up in a sex based lawsuit.
A Los Angeles couple are blaming the Kings for ruining their sex life thanks to an unfortunate incident which took place earlier this year.
While at the Kings Icetown Sports Center in Riverside, CA in January, a puck was whipped across the room and hit the wife of the couple, Trina in the head.
She and her husband Dino were at the Sports Center celebrating their granddaughters birthday party when the incident took place.
Reports claim Trina was knocked out cold but her husband jumped in to valiantly catch her before she hit the ground.
The lawsuit doesn't just apply to Trina however, Dino has claimed he has suffered too and has claimed he has lost the 'enjoyment of sexual relations' with his wife.
According to the lawsuit, as a result of the incident, she suffered nausea, head aches, mood swings and memory loss amongst other injuries.
Some other injuries included the fractured wrist she suffered after falling down the stairs as a result of losing her balance as an after effect of the original injury.
The Kings are now being sued for medical expenses and other damages and the organization has yet to speak out about the incident.
The NHL's next big dynasty?
The LA Kings are one of the biggest sports teams around right now and are currently in a period of great success for the organization.
They were crowned Stanley Cup Champions earlier this year after they defeated the New York Rangers in five games in a fairly one sides series.
It is their second Stanley Cup championship in three years and after an off-season where they have managed to hold on to many of their key players, many expect them to go the distance once again.
They now have a chance to become the NHL's next big dynasty and should they win a third Stanley Cup in four years in 2015, it may be difficult to argue with that assessment.