November 2010 - Page 4 of 29 - LA Kings Insider
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Brown postgame quotes

Dustin Brown's postgame thoughts… (on the game…) BROWN: ``We had some good momentum going until they got that (first) goal. They're a good team, and they know how to protect a lead, but we also didn't attack until maybe the last five minutes of the game. We didn't have the intensity. We didn't h... Read More
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Kopitar postgame quotes

Anze Kopitar's postgame thoughts… (on the game…) KOPITAR: ``We’ve got to start playing like we did in the beginning of the year, those first 15 games. We’ve got to get started again. … Chicago is a good team, we’ve got to work harder and smarter. If we work hard, we’re going to break through.''... Read More
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Scuderi postgame quotes

Rob Scuderi's postgame thoughts… (on the game…) SCUDERI: ``We had a good last six or seven minutes there, but it’s certainly not enough to win a hockey game especially against a very good opponent.'' (on the losing streak…) SCUDERI: ``It’s frustrating to us because we’re just so close. We ha... Read More
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Chicago 2, Kings 1

The Kings got on the board, and pulled within one goal, with a 5-on-3 goal with 5:02 remaining in the third period. Anze Kopitar shot, through traffic, and scored to cut Chicago's lead to 2-1. Jack Johnson and Ryan Smyth picked up assists.... Read More
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Chicago 2, Kings 0

Shortly after a Kings power play ended, early in the third period, the Blackhawks took a two-goal lead at the 1:06 mark. Patrick Kane went to the net and the puck appeared to deflect off his midsection and past Quick. Tomas Kopecky and Patrick Sharp picked up assists.... Read More
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End of second: Chicago 1-0

The Blackhawks got on the board in the second period, and the Kings recorded only three shots on goal. Shots are 17-12 in favor of Chicago. The Kings will be on the power play for the first 45 seconds of the third period, and the Blackhawks are 8-3-1 this season when leading after two periods.... Read More
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Chicago 1, Kings 0

The Blackhawks broke the scoreless tie with 9:24 remaining in the second period. The Kings had a strong scoring chance, but Jack Johnson had his shot attempt from the high slot blocked, and Chicago defenseman Duncan Keith pushed the puck ahead to start a 2-on-1 break. Patrick Kane passed across to P... Read More
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End of first: 0-0

The Kings outshot the Blackhawks 9-7 in the first period and killed the period's only power play. Marian Hossa had a breakaway late in the period, but Rob Scuderi broke it up at the last moment. The Kings will be on the power play for the first 1:59 of the second period.... Read More
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Scouting the Blackhawks

Here's how the Chicago Blackhawks are expected to skate tonight, followed by a couple stories from the Chicago media coming out of last night's Blackhawks victory over Anaheim. For those attending the game, I'll also post the Kings' lineup and the full Chicago roster... Victor Stalberg-Jonathan T... Read More
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Do the numbers lie?

If Kings coach Terry Murray is concerned about the play of Matt Greene and/or Jack Johnson, he's doing a good job of publicly hiding it. Greene and Johnson had been a pair, but were split up before the Montreal game, and tonight the Kings are expected to stay with the same pairs (Drew Doughty and Al... Read More
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Could never tear them apart

The first, third and fourth lines will get new looks tonight, but the second line is the survivor. Ryan Smyth, Jarret Stoll and Justin Williams have combined for 23 of the Kings' 59 goals this season, and even during this recent six-game skid, they've been fairly solid producers. So if Terry Murray ... Read More
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The new first-line winger

Dustin Brown's move to left wing has been a talker for the last couple days, but just as important -- if not more -- will be Wayne Simmonds' move to the first line. Simmonds brings a much different skill set than the last few players the Kings have tried on the first line -- Dwight King, Scott Parse... Read More