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FINAL: Flyers 7, Kings 4

After allowing a combined total of three goals in victories over Colorado, Edmonton, Anaheim and San Jose, the Kings have now allowed 13 goals in their last two games. Tonight's seven goals were the most the Kings have allowed this season. The Kings outshot the Flyers 36-28. More from the locker roo... Read More
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Flyers 7, Kings 4

The Kings allowed their seventh goal -- a season-worst -- as the Flyers took a 7-4 lead at the 9:10 mark of the third period. After the Flyers kept control of the puck down low, Ville Leino got control in the slot, shot through traffic and beat Quick to give the Flyers a three-goal lead again.... Read More
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Flyers 6, Kings 4

The Kings pulled back within two goals with a power-play goal with 2:48 remaining in the second period. Leighton made a stop on Jarret Stoll's shot, but Smyth, in front of the net, poked at the rebound and knocked it into the net to make it a 6-4 game. Drew Doughty also picked up an assist.... Read More
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Flyers 6, Kings 3

Philadelphia's second power-play goal of the period gave the Flyers a 6-3 lead with 5:43 remaining in the second period. The Kings killed a 20-second 5-on-3 Flyers power play, but couldn't kill the second penalty, as James van Riemsdyk picked up a rebound in the right circle, turned and beat Bernier... Read More
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Flyers 5, Kings 3

Soon after the Kings made it a one-goal game, the Flyers regained their two-goal lead with a 5-on-3 goal. Davis Drewiske was called for interference, and then Rob Scuderi took an uncharacteristic slashing penalty, giving the Flyers a two-man advantage for 1:26. After a scramble in front of the Kings... Read More
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Flyers 4, Kings 3

A power-play goal pulled the Kings within one goal at the 8:11 mark. After Leighton made a point-blank save on Michal Handzus, the puck came back up top, and Jack Johnson ripped a slap shot past Leighton from the left point with Handzus running traffic in front to cut the Flyers' lead to 4-3.... Read More
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Flyers 4, Kings 2

Philadelphia needed just 54 seconds to push its lead to 4-2, as Mike Richards picked up his second goal of the game. Danny Briere pushed the puck out front, from behind the net, and James van Riemsdyk alertly passed the puck around a sliding Kings defender and onto the stick of Richards, who tapped ... Read More
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Flyers 3, Kings 2

The Flyers took their first lead, at 3-2, at the 4:05 mark of the second period. Claude Giroux centered the puck from the corner and Scott Hartnell, tied up in front, had the puck deflect off his skate and into the net. The goal was upheld after a video review.... Read More
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Kings 2, Flyers 2

Philadelphia took advantage of some good timing at the end of a penalty and tied the game 2-2 with 4:12 remaining in the first period. Mike Richards picked up the puck in the neutral zone just as Nikolay Zherdev was exiting the press box. Jack Johnson was there in coverage, but Drew Doughty couldn't... Read More
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Kings 2, Flyers 1

The Kings took the lead back with 8:56 remaining in the first period, at the end of a lengthy delayed-penalty situation. Drew Doughty held the puck just inside the blue line and passed down low to Justin Williams. Williams took a couple strides toward the net and, with Smyth running traffic in front... Read More
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Kings 1, Flyers 1

This time, the Kings held the lead for four minutes before the Flyers tied the game 1-1. Mike Richards held the puck in the corner and fed a backhand pass to Danny Briere in the right circle. Briere had three Kings defenders around him but wheeled and fired a high wrist shot that beat Bernier at the... Read More