March 2011 - Page 3 of 30 - LA Kings Insider
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The view from Edmonton

The good folks of Edmonton still turn out in large numbers -- last night's announced crowd of 16,839 appeared to be an accurate count -- to watch some rough results. The Oilers are now 0-7-3 in their last 10, nave been shut out three times during that span and scored one goal in four other games. It... Full Story
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Murray postgame quotes

Terry Murray's postgame thoughts… (on Trevor Lewis' game…) MURRAY: ``He's been our hidden weapon all along. He played well tonight. The line was good. I liked Brown a lot, obviously scoring two goals. Ryan Smyth played a heck of a game for us here tonight, back in Edmonton, his old team. And Le... Full Story
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Brown postgame quotes

Dustin Brown's postgame thoughts… (on the importance of the win…) BROWN: ``I think this was an important game for us, as a team, considering everything that has happened in the last week with injuries. I thought we had the right attitude coming out. Coming into this game, that was the one thing ... Full Story
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Lewis postgame quotes

Trevor Lewis' postgame thoughts… (on his expectations for himself, and the results tonight…) LEWIS: ``I have pretty high expectations for myself. I just kind of wanted to play my game, and I knew my minutes would probably be up a little bit, so just chip in a couple more. Brownie got open a few ... Full Story
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Kings 2, Oilers 0

Lewis and Brown connected connected again to give the Kings a 2-0 lead with 5:04 remaining in the second period. After Edmonton's Ryan O'Marra couldn't control the puck behind his net, Lewis picked it up and fed a centering pass to Brown, who scored from close range.... Full Story
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Kings 1, Oilers 0

The Kings broke the scoreless tie 5:11 into the second period. Trevor Lewis picked up the puck behind the Edmonton net, cut to the front and spotted Dustin Brown parked near the right post. Edmonton defenseman Ladislav Smid went to his knees to try to cut off Lewis' pass, but it got through and Brow... Full Story
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Scouting the Oilers

It's a notable night off the ice for the Edmonton Oilers, as longtime radio play-by-play voice Rod Phillips will call his final game after 37-plus seasons. Tonight's game is the finale of Phillips' 10-game ``farewell tour,'' and ends a career that began when the Oilers were still in the World Hockey... Full Story