November 28, 2010 4:00 pm

No popcorn or Raisinettes

When the Kings were approximately 10 minutes behind their usual schedule, in terms of getting on the ice this morning, it wasn’t difficult to figure out what was happening. The grim-faced players finally emerged from the locker room, having been put through a highly-critical film session, one that probably looked like something directed by Wes Craven.

After practice, Murray was asked whether he intended to make any changes to the lines, and said he would keep the top three lines intact, at least at the start of the game. For explanation, Murray offered the following…

MURRAY: “Today’s team meeting, before the practice, with the review of the game, it was a little hard, and I want to see how the response is.”

A little hard? Murray was asked to clarify what he meant…

MURRAY: “There were some demands, and some of the review of the clips highlighted a lot of players, in not getting done what needs to be done in order to win games in this league. So I’m going to see what the response is, stay with it, start off that way and then make adjustments if necessary.”

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