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Arizona Coyotes win 11-round shootout over Los Angeles Kings

“Arizona had a chance to pull even and eventually move ahead because of a strong showing by backup Louis Domingue, who finished with 44 saves for his third straight start in which he’s been solid. He and Bishop, who had 30 saves, were engaged in a goaltending duel for much of the game.”

Arizona Sports

Coyotes beat Kings on 11th-round shootout goal behind backup Louis Domingue

“The Kings will play nine teams currently in playoff position over their final 13 games, with five of those on the road, while the Blues face just four opponents set to reach the postseason before the season wraps up on April 9. But that hunger didn’t necessarily manifest in the opening 20 minutes, as two offensive-zone penalties blunted the Kings. Dustin Brown’s breakaway represented the best scoring chance for the Kings, who had 11 shots and won 13 of 18 faceoffs in the sleepy first.”

Yahoo! Sports – Puck Daddy

LA Kings blow late lead, lose in 11-round shootout to Coyotes

“The shootout was the second-longest in Coyotes history, one round shorter than a Feb. 22, 2008 game against the Colorado Avalanche. It was the longest in Kings history, besting a Feb. 11, 2010, 10-round shootout against the Edmonton Oilers.”

Coyotes defeat Kings in shootout

“Toffoli gave the Kings a 1-0 lead when he scored on the rebound of a Jake Muzzin shot at 5:03 of the second period. It was his first goal since he scored twice Feb. 25 against the Anaheim Ducks. It was the 19th time in 69 games the Kings scored first.”

SB Nation – Five for Howling

Arizona Coyotes defeat LA Kings after 11 rounds of shootout action

“While Brendan Perlini couldn’t continue his goal scoring streak, he did score during the shootout. Furthermore, Christian Dvorak and Jakob Chychrun both registered assists during the night and Anthony DeAngelo scored the game winner in the shootout. That’s a lot of contribution from several rookies.”