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The Hockey Writers Apr 7, 2018

Kings & Carter: Can Lightning Strike Twice?

When the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history in 2012, the acquisition of Jeff Carter just before the trade deadline was one of the main reasons why. He jump-started a struggling offense and gave the Kings depth down the middle that they had been sorely lacking. This season, […] The post Kings & Carter: Can Lightning Strike Twice? appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
OC Register Mar 30, 2018

Jeff Carter jump-starts Kings in time for playoff push

Jeff Carter doesn't say much, but his teammates and coach have no problem talking about how much the veteran center's return has meant after he missed more than four months with a lacerated ankle.
Los Angeles Times Mar 30, 2018

What we learned from the Kings' 3-2 win over the Coyotes

A hat trick is rare in hockey. At this time of the season, during the heat of a playoff race? It might as well be a unicorn statistic. Yet there was Jeff Carter taking it upon himself to carry the Kings through a 4-2 win against the Arizona Coyotes at Staples Center on Thursday. His first hat trick...
www.bostonherald.com Mar 30, 2018
Carter's hat trick powers Kings over Coyotes 4-2

Carter's hat trick powers Kings over Coyotes 4-2

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Kings center Jeff Carter had plenty of time to work on his shooting and stick handling as he recovered from surgery to repair a cut tendon in his ankle that sidelined him for 55 games.Carter is making up for lost time with his scoring prowess since returning for the stretch run, leading the Kings in a contested playoff chase.Carter completed a hat trick by scoring with 4:25 left and the Kings beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-2 on Thursday night."Carter had a hell of a game," Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said. "He's a world-class player."Carter scored for the third...
Los Angeles Times Mar 30, 2018

Jeff Carter and Kings have the hot hand in win over Coyotes

The hands of Jeff Carter finally wrested the Kings free from the odd grip of the Arizona Coyotes. The Kings have traditionally had difficulties with Arizona, and Thursday they followed script. They found themselves locked into a tie game late with the pesky, last-place Coyotes. Not even two goals...
Sportsnet.ca Mar 30, 2018
Jeff Carter’s hat trick powers Kings over Coyotes

Jeff Carter’s hat trick powers Kings over Coyotes

Jeff Carter completed a hat trick by scoring with 4:25 left and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-2 on Thursday night.
OC Register Mar 30, 2018

Jeff Carter’s hat trick gives Kings a 4-2 win over Coyotes

The victory lifts L.A. (43-28-7, 93 points) two points ahead of the Anaheim Ducks and into sole possession of third place in the Pacific Division going into Friday's critical game at Honda Center.

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