December 2011 - Page 2 of 24 - LA Kings Insider
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Friday practice update

There was plenty of work today in an hour-long practice that ended with the power-play work. Darryl Sutter didn't attribute anything particular to his hands-on approach and said the power play is a work in progress for all the coaches. Incidentally, Sutter said quite clearly today that he wouldn't b... Full Story
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No rest for the weary

It’s back to work for the Kings. After three games in four nights, including a back-to-back set on the road, it was a 2 a.m. arrival back home and now a noon practice today and, oh yeah, a game tomorrow against the high-powered Vancouver Canucks. Practice time is valuable, though, given that Darryl ... Full Story
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The view from Winnipeg

There’s no mystery why the Winnipeg Jets have been much better at home (13-6-1) this season than on the road (5-8-4). The arena is sold out and, well before the first drop of the puck, almost all of the fans are in their seats, cheering and chanting. The Jets play an aggressive game, and seem to fee... Full Story
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The Key Three: Dec. 29

Is the glass half full or half empty? On the positive side, the Kings are 3-0-2 under Darryl Sutter and earned three out of a possible four points during a two-game trip, a trip that included games against Chicago (the best team in the NHL) and Winnipeg (a rested, strong home team against a tired Ki... Full Story
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Scouting the Jets

This is the only meeting of the season between the Kings and the Winnipeg Jets. Jonathan Bernier is expected to start for the Kings. The Jets, of course, are the former Atlanta Thrashers, who moved north after last season and have been playing in front of loud, sold-out crowds at MTS Centre. After a... Full Story