The Key Three: Jan. 23

These Kings certainly are a difficult group to figure out. The Kings entered last night’s game with five regulation goals in their previous four games, and took on an Ottawa team that had allowed a total of only 10 goals in its previous seven games, and hadn’t allowed more than two goals in a game since Jan. 8. So what happened? The Kings scored three goals against the Senators in a single period — the second period — as they turned a one-goal game into a rout. How odd was it to see the Kings dominate so much that they chased an opposing goalie from the game? The Kings reached the four-goal mark for the 11th time in 50 games this season, and they’re 10-0-1 when they do so. What was the key aspect of the Kings’ 4-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators? I present three options at the link below, and you can vote for your choice…

The Key Three: Jan. 23

—–


For those who enjoy the traditional game recap, it can be found by clicking here.

Rules for Blog Commenting

  • No profanity, slurs or other offensive language. Replacing letters with symbols does not turn expletives into non-expletives.
  • Personal attacks against other blog commenters, and/or blatant attempts to antagonize other comments, are not tolerated. Respectful disagreement is encouraged. Posts that continually express the same singular opinion will be deleted.
  • Comments that incite political, religious or similar debates will be deleted.
  • Please do not discuss, or post links to websites that illegally stream NHL games.
  • Posting under multiple user names is not allowed. Do not type in all caps. All violations are subject to comment deletion and/or banning of commenters, per the discretion of the blog administrator.