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LOS ANGELES -- Keith Yandle scored the tying goal midway through the third period and Jeff Halpern netted the winner with 3:05 left, leading the Phoenix Coyotes to a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night.
Rob Klinkhammer and Mikkel Boedker scored 63 seconds apart in the first period for the Coyotes, who handed the Kings their third straight loss and took over sole possession of eighth place in the Western Conference. Mike Smith made 36 saves.
Marian Gaborik, defenseman Alec Martinez and rookie Tanner Pearson scored for the Kings, who were without captain Dustin Brown for a second straight game because of a lower body injury. Jonathan Quick stopped 23 shots.
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The Coyotes defeated the Flames 3-2 last night and by scoring the winner, Shane Doan also collected his 350th career goal. The goal puts Doan (who is also the franchise leader in games played by a margin of over 200) only 29 goals behind all-time franchise leader Dale Howerchuck.
The game began with the Coyotes flying. They outshot the Flames 11-8 in the first and really carried the play,...
Dustin Brown is dealing with more than just an illness. The Los Angeles Kings captain didn’t play on Saturday and missed Sunday’s practice due to a lower-body injury as well, according to LA Kings Insider.
The ailment is being termed as minor, but it looks like he’ll probably miss a second straight game on Monday and his availability for Thursday’s contest is still up in...
from Scott Burnside of ESPN,
The Phoenix Coyotes' come-from-behind win over the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center Monday night was notable for a variety of reasons.
First, if you're a fan of the Coyotes or if you happened to pick them to win the Stanley Cup as some people (one person?) did, the 4-3 win pushed them back into the second wild card spot in the Western...
LOS ANGELES -- It seems as though the Kings are getting more and more used to games being decided on controversial calls and flukey shots.
Saturday night's game against Freeway Series rival Anaheim featured a debacle that saw a goal taken away from Los Angeles. This time, it was a game-winning goal that was initially ruled a save that was given to the Coyotes with only three...
LOS ANGELES (AP) Keith Yandle scored the tying goal midway through the third period and Jeff Halpern netted the winner with 3:05 left, leading the Phoenix Coyotes to a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night.
Let's just get this through our heads right now. They aren't going away. They aren't going to lay down and they sure aren't going to make this easy on you.
It's time for the Coyotes to renew acquaintances with their least favorite team, the Los Angeles Kings. L.A. had been on an eight-game tear before losses to Toronto and Anaheim cooled the express.
However, those two losses haven't cooled some analysts' view that the Kings can make another Stanley Cup run two years after hoisting their first one.
We caught up with L...
It's a dangerous way to play, racking up a two-goal lead, watching it disappear and then assembling a frenzied comeback that is useful in the standings but obviously masking worrisome issues.
But with 13 games to go, the Coyotes will pocket points any way they can.
So they won't complain about their 4-3 win Monday against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center, especially...
The Kings lost for the second game running Saturday after 2-1 reversal at home to Anaheim. With the game tied at one the Ducks got a huge slice of luck to take the points.
Tim Jackman put the visitors in front when he chipped in a pass from Mathieu Perreault 13.01 into the game.
With Ben Lovejoy sitting out a Hooking penalty, the Kings replied with a power play goal...
It never gets old defeating the Kings. As a Ducks fan, any victory over Los Angeles is a sweet one. In their building? Even better!
Despite playing in the second of back-to-back games, Anaheim looked like the better rested team in a 2-1 victory on Saturday night at Staples Center.
Frederik Andersen got the start in net, as Jonas Hiller played the night before in Colorado...