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Chicago Tribune 14 hours ago

Breaking down Patrick Kane's 19-game point streak

After scoring the first goal Saturday in the Blackhawks' 3-2 overtime loss to the Kings, winger Patrick Kane was fired up, as Kane normally is when he scores a goal. But there seemed to be a little extra oomph in the fist pump Kane unleashed this time. That's because Kane knew he had just set the...
Second City Hockey 2 hours ago

Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks finish up-and-down November

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. The Chicago Blackhawks closed out the month of November with a 3-2 overtime loss against the Los Angeles Kings on the road. It was an up-and-down month for the Hawks as they never won or loss more than two games in a row....

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Los Angeles Times Nov 22, 2015

Kings show a lack of discipline in 4-3 loss to Hurricanes

Captains are adept at reading the shifting moods of the dressing room, of their teammates. Of course, you don't have to hold a degree in behavioral psychology after the Kings fell behind by three goals, took a rash of undisciplined penalties and ultimately lost, 4-3, to the Carolina Hurricanes...
Los Angeles Times Nov 18, 2015

Anze Kopitar's shootout goal lifts Kings over Flyers, 3-2

They never could quite embrace overtime and the shootout last season. It was more like a cold, hard shoulder for the Kings and they missed the playoffs because of it. Now they've confronted it, head on, and they've twice won this season in overtime and Tuesday the Kings beat the Philadelphia Flyers...
philly.com Nov 17, 2015

Kings slip past Flyers in shootout

After a wide-open, breathtaking overtime in which both teams had point-blank chances denied by the goalies, the Los Angeles Kings escaped with a 3-2 shootout win over the Flyers on Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
philly.com Nov 17, 2015

Kings 3, Flyers 2 (F/OT)

The Flyers fell short of the Kings by a score of 3-2 via a shootout at the Wells Fargo Center.
LA Kings Insider Nov 9, 2015

Nickson in the Hall: Photos and the historical impact

Dustin Brown has played in 785 of a possible 800 games since returning to the Kings full-time after spending 2004-05 in Manchester, so forgive him if he’s not as familiar as some with Nick Nickson’s radio broadcasts. “Fortunately enough I haven’t had to listen to him work because I’ve been playing, but from what I gather, it’s really enjoyable with him and Darryl,” said Brown, who grew up in Ithaca, New York, where Nickson attended college. “It seems like it would be such a hard thing to do, to describe a game of hockey over the radio.” It is, and […]
Los Angeles Times Nov 7, 2015

Kings beat Florida Panthers, 4-1

Drew Doughty and Anze Kopitar scored 55 seconds apart late in the second period to lead the Kings over the Florida Panthers, 4-1, on Saturday. Jeff Carter and Milan Lucic also scored, Jonathan Quick made 18 saves and the Kings beat Florida at home for the seventh straight time. Nick Bjugstad scored...
Columbus Dispatch Nov 6, 2015

Scott Hartnell gets reaction from Kings goalie Jonathan Quick

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-BLUE_NEWS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-BLUE_NEWS"};This wasn’t Scott Hartnell’s first scrap with an NHL goaltender. It wasn’t even his first fight with a Los Angeles Kings goaltender. At 14:20 of the first period on Thursday in a 3-2 victory over the Kings, the Blue Jackets forward jabbed his stick at the glove of Jonathan Quick just after the goaltender had gloved a puck. The two traded shoves and head blows.
Los Angeles Times Nov 6, 2015

Kings Coach Darryl Sutter juggles lines to wake up slumping wingers

Left wing Tanner Pearson nearly was scratched from the Kings' lineup at St. Louis a few days ago because his overall game had been ineffective. On Friday he practiced on the top line alongside center Anze Kopitar and Trevor Lewis. That meant slumping Marian Gaborik (one goal) and Dustin Brown (no...
Columbus Dispatch Nov 6, 2015

Blue Jackets 3, Kings 2 | Gritty win puts West Coast sweep in play

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-BLUE_NEWS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-BLUE_NEWS"};LOS ANGELES – It was not always pretty. But the only thing the Blue Jackets need less than moral victories right now are style points. The Blue Jackets traded blows with the Los Angeles Kings, went a long stretch without so much as a shot on goal, and endured some nervy moments in the final minute. But the Jackets, thanks to 31 saves from goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, emerged with a 3-2 win over the Kings before 18,230 in Staples Center.
Los Angeles Times Dec 31, 1969

Kings learned from last season that you need to reload before playoffs

The Kings have passed the one-quarter mark of the NHL season as the leaders in the Pacific Division, an enviable spot at any time and an especially good place for a team that underwent significant changes last summer and needed time to recalibrate. The Kings were 13-8-1 and had 27 points as they...

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