The Los Angeles Kings haven't solved their scoring woes since coach Darryl Sutter took over last month, but the club keeps picking up points.
They've done that in each of their last six meetings with the Phoenix Coyotes.
Los Angeles looks to extend its season-high point streak to nine Thursday night and send the Coyotes home with a losing four-game road trip.
The Kings (19-14-7) were held to 13 goals in the final eight games before coach Terry Murray was fired Dec. 12. The change to Sutter hasn't provided a spark offensively, scoring 14 goals in seven games since he replaced interim coach John Stevens on Dec. 22, but the team is 4-0-3.
They're averaging a league-worst 2.1 goals and have scored three or fewer in 17 of 19 following Monday's 2-1 shootout loss to Colorado.
Los Angeles held a 32-21 edge in shots and has been outshot only once in its last 11 games.
"We had a few good shifts and had some scoring chances, but we just couldn't bury them and it came back to bite us," sa...