March 2010 - Page 2 of 32 - LA Kings Insider
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Kings 1, Predators 0

Scott Parse, coming off a two-goal game against Minnesota last night, broke the scoreless tie 7:50 into the third period. Jeff Halpern took a pass from Randy Jones, behind the Nashville net, skated in front and fed a perfect centering pass to Parse, who skated in and beat Pekka Rinne from close rang... Full Story
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End of first: 0-0

The Kings outshot the Predators 18-8 in a scoreless first period that saw each team get one power play. The Kings skated as follows in the first period... Smyth-Kopitar-Williams Frolov-Stoll-Brown Modin-Handzus-Simmonds Parse-Richardson-Halpern Scuderi-Doughty Johnson-Jones O'Donnell-Gree... Full Story
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For the defense…

As previously posted, Randy Jones is expected to go back into the Kings' lineup tonight in place of Peter Harrold, after Jones missed Monday's game with an elbow injury. MURRAY: ``Randy Jones is ready to go. He feels good. He feels strong and has the mobility and the flexibility in his arm to do ... Full Story
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`Get out of here’

Perhaps you heard, but the Kings failed on a 5-on-3 advantage last night. It's been a pretty well-kept secret... Last night, Terry Murray's comments on the power play were mostly compliments toward the Wild's penalty killers, but today he gave a more detailed breakdown on what he feels has been goin... Full Story
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`Inner arrogance’

After today's morning skate, Terry Murray was asked what his message was to the team today. There is plenty of subtext to today's game, with the ever-tight playoff race, the Kings' four-game winless streak and their seven-game winless streak against the Nashville Predators. The Kings held a morning ... Full Story
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Reunited, Part 3

For the third time this month, Terry Murray likely will go back to a first line of Ryan Smyth, Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams tonight. He tried it in the middle of the month, when Williams returned from his broken leg, and went away from it about a week later. He tried it last week for one game, t... Full Story