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Jon Rosen

Waking up with the Kings: January 31

In preparation for the Dallas game, there were several statistics that depicted a very interesting turnaround that shouldn’t have been completely unexpected in the first season under Ken Hitchcock. The Stars, with the Bruins and Avalanche (and the Golden Knights, who don’t really lose that often), w... Read More

Good morning, Nashville

Good morning, Nashville, and good morning, Insiders. I have a bone to pick. Because of the addition of the Golden Knights, the scheduling matrix is slightly off-axis, and there is a cross-over team in the Central Division that the Kings will visit only once for the second consecutive season. That... Read More

January 30 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 68-103-41 all-time against the Dallas franchise, a record that includes a 37-61-19 road mark. The Kings have now faced all 30 other NHL teams and have two games remaining against the Stars at Staples Center on February 22 and April 7, the final day of the regul... Read More

Game 50: Los Angeles at Dallas

Los Angeles Kings 3, Dallas Stars 0 Final score Radio Feed FUBO TV Stream NHL.com Preview Box Score Ice Tracker SOG: LAK – 42; DAL – 28 PP: LAK – 1/3; DAL – 0/4 First Period 1) LAK - Paul LaDue (1) (Anze Kopitar, Alex Iafallo), 3:05 Second Period 2) LAK PPG - Drew Doughty (8) (Ja... Read More

Audio: Quick hits with Stephen Johns

Defenseman Stephen Johns has committed himself to hard minutes as part of a thriving Dallas Stars team game that relies on the full commitment from all 20 players in any given lineup. While offense has increased across the league this season, Dallas' goals-against have actually decreased from 3.17 p... Read More

Good morning, Dallas

Good morning, Dallas, and good morning, Insiders. There is a good omen for this trip: Our two-year wait is over. There is an ongoing international dispute as to when we last saw a Munters in the wild. Some argue April 18, 2016; others are vehement it was March 15, 2016. The only consensus ... Read More