January 2011 - Page 3 of 30 - LA Kings Insider
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The view from San Jose

A special good morning to the Sharks fan with whom I shared an elevator during the second intermission last night. That would be the fan who, apparently having enjoyed the Staples Center's selection of alcohol a bit too much, vomited on the front of his jersey and required a stretcher to get to the ... Full Story
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Murray postgame quotes

Terry Murray's postgame thoughts… (on the game…) MURRAY: ``That was a playoff game. There was good checking. There were some big hits. There was some scoring. It was a fun game. And big goaltending at both ends. Both guys, I thought, were very big. They came up, not only in the overtime and the ... Full Story
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Johnson postgame quotes

Jack Johnson's postgame thoughts… (on the shootout…) JOHNSON: ``It makes it a lot harder, no question. I think the whole point of getting a point in overtime is to make it a little more wide open and take chances. I think that was the whole point of why it was put in place, to go for the win and... Full Story
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Quick postgame quotes

Jonathan Quick's postgame thoughts… (on the confidence gained, going into the break…) QUICK: ``It's huge, absolutely. We need wins. We need two points. We dug a little hole for ourselves, and I think we've done a good job of starting to climb back out, but we still have a lot of work to do. So w... Full Story
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Sharks 2, Kings 1

Less than three minutes after they took the lead, the Kings trailed. San Jose tied the game with 4:36 remaining in the second period, on a counterattack. Ryane Clowe picked up the puck deep in his own zone, skated it into the Kings' zone and beat Quick with a long-range wrist shot, to the high co... Full Story
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Kings 1, Sharks 0

The first goal of the tight-checking game came with 6:25 remaining in the second period. Jarret Stoll entered the San Jose zone and pushed the puck ahead to Ryan Smyth. Smyth took it to the right boards, then abruptly cut to the middle of the ice. Smyth's wrist shot, from the slot, got through traff... Full Story