April 2011 - Page 4 of 31 - LA Kings Insider
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Doughty postgame quotes

Drew Doughty's postgame thoughts… (on thinking he had scored late in the third period…) DOUGHTY: ``I got a whack at the puck, and I didn't really know where it went because I couldn't see, but I thought it went in. I think I started to celebrate, and unfortunately it didn't go in. … I couldn't s... Read More
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FINAL: Sharks 4, Kings 3 (OT)

After the Kings failed to score on their five-minute power play, the Sharks ended the game less than a minute later. On a counter-attack, Devin Setoguchi took the puck behind the Kings' net and tried to get it to the net. The puck got deflected in front, and Joe Thornton won the battle in front of Q... Read More
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Kings 3, Sharks 3

The Kings tied the game 3-3 with 8:21 remaining in the third period with their second power-play goal of the game. Alec Martinez got the play started when he carried the puck deep into the Sharks' zone. The puck went back up to Jarret Stoll, who shot from the left point through traffic. Trevor Lewis... Read More
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Sharks 3, Kings 2

Dany Heatley's goal, 8:48 into the third period, gave the Sharks a 3-2 lead. The Sharks tried to work the puck into the Kings' zone, and Kings center Brad Richardson tried to clear it, but Richardson was knocked off the puck. Heatley picked it up, skated to the left circle and beat Quick with a high... Read More
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Kings 2, Sharks 2

The Kings tied the game 18 seconds into the third period. Ryan Smyth dropped a pass for Jarret Stoll, who shot from the right point. Niemi made the save, but Smyth crashed the net and knocked the rebound in from close range to tie the game 2-2.... Read More
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Sharks 2, Kings 1

The Sharks got the lead back with 3:08 remaining in the second period. Joe Pavelski won the puck in the corner of the Kings' zone, then found Jason Demers, who pinched down into the play. The Kings lost coverage on Demers, who beat Quick with a sharp wrist shot to give the Sharks a 2-1 lead.... Read More
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Kings 1, Sharks 1

With the Sharks' Joe Thornton in penalty box on a double-minor high-sticking call, the Kings tied the game with a power-play goal. Jack Johnson shot from the left side and Niemi made the save but the rebound kicked right. Justin Williams skated in and one-timed the rebound into the net from the righ... Read More
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Sharks 1, Kings 0

After the Sharks failed to score on a power play early in the second period, they took the lead with an even-strength goal at the 2:58 mark. Quick scrambled after breaking his stick and the Sharks applied pressure. Joe Thornton centered to Kyle Wellwood, who roofed a shot past Quick and two Kings de... Read More
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End of first: 0-0

Shots were 16-5 in favor of the Sharks in a scoreless, penalty-free first period. The Kings were being outshot 11-1 when Terry Murray took a timeout with 7:52 remaining in the period. The Sharks have totaled 68 shots in the last four periods.... Read More
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Scouting the Sharks

A reminder that tonight's game starts at 7 p.m., not 7:30 p.m. Otherwise, not much has changed for these teams. Including the regular season, this will be the 12th meeting of the season between the Kings and San Jose Sharks. San Jose coach Todd McLellan remained coy this morning as to which players ... Read More