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FINAL: Coyotes 6, Kings 3

The teams were scoreless over the game's final 29 minutes, 57 seconds, after combining for nine goals in the first 30:03. The Kings tied the season-worst for goals-against and have lost three consecutive games at Phoenix. The Coyotes outshot the Kings 29-26. More from the locker room to come...... Read More
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End of second: Coyotes 6-3

The Kings, who entered the game with the second-lowest goals-against average in the NHL this season, have already tied their season high for most goals against. (They also allowed six against St. Louis and San Jose.) Shots are 22-19 in favor of Phoenix through two periods.... Read More
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Coyotes 6, Kings 3

Jonathan Quick got pulled from the game after allowing his sixth goal on 18 shots. The Coyotes took a 6-3 lead with 9:57 remaining in the second period when Kyle Turris' wrist shot from the top of the left circle when under Quick's left arm and into the net. Jonathan Bernier replaced Quick in goal.... Read More
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Coyotes 5, Kings 3

The scoring took a temporary pause, but resumed 6:11 into the second period when the Coyotes scored on the power play to take a 5-3 lead. Shane Doan's one-timer from the left point, with Lauri Korpikoski running traffic in front, beat Quick. Doan now has 28 goals and 64 points in 77 career regular-s... Read More
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Coyotes 4, Kings 3

Once again, the teams traded goals, this time within 34 seconds. First, the Coyotes took a 4-2 lead on a power-play goal with 4:26 remaining. Brett MacLean beat Michal Handzus to the front of the net, took a perfect cross-ice pass from Upshall and tapped it past Quick to give the Coyotes a two-go... Read More
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Coyotes 3, Kings 2

The wild action continued as the teams traded goals within 52 seconds. First, the Kings tied the game 2-2 with a power-play goal with 8:36 remaining in the first period. Drew Doughty took a shot from the left point and Ryan Smyth, running traffic in front along with Justin Williams, tipped in the... Read More
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Coyotes 2, Kings 1

The Kings tied the game 2:08 after Phoenix's goal, on an alert tip-in by Brad Richardson. Kevin Westgarth took a medium-range shot with Anze Kopitar in front for a deflection, and Ilya Bryzgalov made a stop but the puck trickled behind him slightly. Richardson spotted it and tapped it over the line ... Read More
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Coyotes 1, Kings 0

Phoenix took a 1-0 lead 5:31 into the game after a defensive-zone turnover by Jack Johnson. The puck, wobbling a bit, hopped off Johnson's stick and Scottie Upshall picked it up and, after a quick scramble, Shane Doan tucked the puck around Quick.... Read More
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Scouting the Coyotes

A reminder that tonight's game is a 6 p.m. Pacific start and will be televised locally on Ch. 13. There's also a free, legal video feed on Yahoo Sports, for those who can't get the telecast. For the latest on the Coyotes, check out the Arizona Republic game story on last night's Coyotes-Ducks game, ... Read More
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Canada’s loss is Kings’ gain

We've been following the World Junior Championships here, and it's easy to forget that Kyle Clifford could easily be in Buffalo right now playing in that tournament. Clifford doesn't turn 20 until next month, so he was eligible for the World Juniors -- and participated in a summer training camp for ... Read More