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Jon Rosen

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Waking up with the Kings: February 20

-Last night’s performance was mostly positive for the Kings. Jonathan Quick kept the score tied early, and for the final 40 minutes Los Angeles was the better team. Of course, “being the better team” doesn’t get you two points in the standings (see: Detroit), and the Kings finally earned some puck l... Read More
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Good morning, Calgary

After being greeted in Calgary last night by four degree weather upon exiting the plane, it has risen to a robust 18 degrees amidst some light snow that has continued to fall downtown. Snow doesn't necessarily photograph well - just take my word for it. Weather can change rapidly in this city - I've... Read More
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February 19 postgame notes

-The Kings took 11 of the first 12 shots in the second period and outshot the Oilers 15-8 overall through the middle 20 minutes. Los Angeles has outshot its opponents 179-115 overall in the second period this season. -The Kings won 33 of 55 faceoffs for a 60% success rate. Jeff Carter (64%), Mike... Read More
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Game 14: Los Angeles at Edmonton

Los Angeles Kings 3, Edmonton Oilers 1 Final SOG: LAK - 38, EDM - 24 PP: LAK - 0/2, EDM - 1/4 Third Period 3) LAK - Jeff Carter (7) (Trevor Lewis), 19:10 4) LAK ENG - Jarret Stoll (3) (Dwight King, Drew Doughty), 19:38 Second Intermission Notes The Kings have won 26 of 40 faceoffs (65%). Eric Bel... Read More
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Behold: Rexall Place

Welcome to Northlands Coliseum Rexall Place, an arena home to the Stanley Cup-winning Oilers teams of 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990. Of the players who had their jersey retired by the Oilers - Al Hamilton (3), Paul Coffey (7), Glenn Anderson (9), Mark Messier (11), Jari Kurri (17), Grant Fuhr (31)... Read More
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Morning skate update: February 19

Updates from this morning's skate at Rexall Place: -Jonathan Quick was the first goaltender off the ice for the Kings, which would indicate that he will be tonight's starter against the Oilers. -Simon Gagne, Brad Richardson and Andrew Campbell skated longer than the rest of the team, which wou... Read More