PHOTO: Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup ring

The reigning Stanley Cup champions received their rings on Saturday afternoon, and they're pretty fancy.

Here are the details from the Kings

The face of the ring includes 104 round brilliant pave set diamonds. The Los Angeles Kings crest sits atop the Stanley Cup and the text “STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS” is set around the bezel.

The ring’s shanks celebrate the Kings’ historic 2012 season. The LA Kings iconic crown and player name in raised letters appear on one shank; and the LA Kings team name, the NHL logo, 16/4 record and year (2012) appear on the other shank.

Not only did the Kings get their rings, they were finally able to hang their championship banner in the rafters of Staples Center. It was a long time coming for Kings fans (more than 40 years), and they had to wait 113 days longer because of that lockout we've already forgotten about.

Here is the banner ceremony in case you missed it:

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Adam Gretz has been writing about the NHL and taking an analytical approach to the game since the start of the 2008 season. A member of the PHWA since 2015, he has spent more than three years covering... Full Bio

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