March 2013 - Page 3 of 21 - LA Kings Insider
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Waking up with the Kings: March 29

-The Kings earned a two-point reward for one of their most solid road efforts of the season last night. There were several momentum swings – as there are in any tense NHL game – and opportunistic Kings goals curtailed such swings and made sure that L.A. never played from behind. Jonathan Quick’s exc... Read More
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Good morning, St. Paul

If you are to heed the Central Connecticut State University rankings from 2012, St. Paul is the fourth “most literate” National Hockey League city. Its twin city, Minneapolis, ranks as the second most literate city in the country. The formula is based on six “key indicators” of literacy: newspaper c... Read More
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March 28 postgame notes

-The Kings swept the season series with the Blues for the first time since 2005-06 and the second time in franchise history. Only three L.A. teams have finished a season without losing to the Blues: 1974-75 (3-0-1), 2005-06 (4-0-0) and 2012-13 (3-0-0). -Including playoffs, the Kings have won eight ... Read More
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March 28 postgame quotes: Anze Kopitar

On the events in the final minute of the game: “First of all, those guys missed the empty net twice. That’s what happened first. And then, Justin got the empty netter. He came in – I don’t think it was too late of a hit. But I just wanted to get in there and make sure nothing was happening. After t... Read More
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No lineup changes projected

Jonathan Quick did not take the ice for the morning skate at the Scottrade Center. Because Jonathan Bernier stayed on for extra work, Quick will likely start tonight for the Kings against the St. Louis Blues. Davis Drewiske, Brad Richardson and Dustin Penner remained on the ice with Bernier to conc... Read More
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Audio: Quick hits with Chris Stewart

Chris Stewart has 15 goals and 29 points in 32 games with the St. Louis Blues and is reaching the level of production he established when breaking out with a 64-point season as a 22-year old with the Colorado Avalanche in 2009-10. Head Coach Ken Hitchcock held an extended closed-door meeting followi... Read More