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Arizona Coyotes’ fourth line shines in loss to Los Angeles Kings

“Against the Kings, the trio’s cycle game was strong as they were able to earn quality offensive-zone time by protecting the puck and shielding it away from the Kings. They also were physical with White leveling one of the bigger collisions of the night when he ran into defenseman Brayden McNabb not long after McNabb checked White.”

Arizona Coyotes trying to keep pace with playoff teams

“But the Coyotes’ first game back from the break signaled the start of their downfall, a 6-2 letdown to the Kings that showcased how elite clubs vying to extend their seasons upped their play once the schedule veered into second-half territory.”

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Fourth line’s efforts can’t keep Coyotes’ season-long winning streak alive

“For good portions of Tuesday’s game, the fourth line drew the assignment of facing the Kings line of Jeff Carter, Kyle Clifford and Tanner Pearson, which has been the Kings’ most productive group this season. Martinook, Crouse and White all finished plus-1 in the game.”

SB Nation – Five for Howling

Arizona Coyotes come close but LA Kings escape with 3-2 win

“NHL All-Star goaltender Mike Smith returned to Arizona from the All-Star event in LA, bringing with him his new best friends, the LA Kings. Despite making acquaintances with his new pals in LA, it was all back to business for Smith, the Coyotes and the Kings as the game got heated and chippy at times.”


Muzzin scores late; Kings edge Coyotes

“Anze Kopitar and Jordan Nolan also scored for the Kings, who never led until Muzzin’s goal, which came with 10 seconds left in the power play. The victory gives Los Angeles a one-point lead over St. Louis for the final playoff spot in the West.”