February 2011 - LA Kings Insider
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Murray postgame quotes

Terry Murray's postgame thoughts… (on how the game got away from the Kings…) MURRAY: ``Good start. We score, they score, and the momentum seemed to change late in the first period, to me. That’s a good hockey club. They are on a tough trip right now. They’ve got like four games in six days here.... Full Story
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Johnson postgame quotes

Jack Johnson's postgame thoughts… (on the game…)
 JOHNSON: ``It’s easier to just say, `OK, forget it, let’s move on and reset.' We have a big division game on Thursday, so you just move on. We still did some good things out there against a great hockey team. They’re a great team, the puck was go... Full Story
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Quick postgame quotes

Jonathan Quick's postgame thoughts… (on the game…)
 QUICK: ``They’re a good team. Don’t get me wrong, they’re a great team. I think we did a lot of good things at the beginning of the game. We came out and scored the first goal and then I let up a bad goal, kind of took the momentum out of our e... Full Story
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Brown postgame quotes

Dustin Brown's postgame thoughts… (on the game…) BROWN: ``The second period, I thought, we kind of sat back, and you can't sit back against a team like that. The third period is a whole other story. We didn't even compete for a lot of the period. We didn't have guys competing, which is unaccepta... Full Story
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Red Wings 7, Kings 1

Bernier wasn't immune to the Red Wings' offense either, as Detroit took a 7-1 lead with 9:38 remaining in the third period. Jakub Kindl held the puck in the middle of the left faceoff circle, faked a shot then made a perfect cross-ice pass to Jiri Hudler in the right circle. Hudler roofed a shot int... Full Story
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Red Wings 6, Kings 1

Quick left the game after Detroit's sixth goal, 5:53 into the third period. Quick made the save on Kris Draper's wrist shot, but the puck popped in the air. Drew Miller beat Rob Scuderi to the front of the net and knocked the rebound past Quick, who was then replaced by Jonathan Bernier after allowi... Full Story
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Red Wings 5, Kings 1

A third special-teams goal -- this time a shorthanded goal -- gave the Red Wings a 5-1 lead just 2:01 into the third period. Darren Helm forced the puck away from Drew Doughty at the Detroit blue line, then skated it all the way to the Kings' net and beat Quick with a wrist shot, five-hole, to give ... Full Story
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Red Wings 2, Kings 1

Detroit took the lead with two goals just 30 seconds apart, as the Red Wings scored on their first two shots on goal of the game. First, just 2:28 after Handzus' goal, the Red Wings tied the game. Drew Miller carried the puck down low and looked to be going behind the net. Instead, Miller flipped... Full Story