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Mike Richards scored the go-ahead goal midway through the second period and the Kings snapped a five-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Predators on Tuesday night.
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The Los Angeles Kings had a break-out night on offense with a 4-2 win over the Nashville Predators to snap their five-game losing streak.The Kings got goals from Alec Martinez, Drew Doughty, Mike Richards, and Simon Gagne in getting more than two goals for the first time in five games. The Preds got goals from Matt Halischuk, Craig Smith, and Patric Hornqvist, who tied a club record...
Mike Richards scored the go-ahead goal midway through the second period and the Los Angeles Kings snapped a five-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night.
Los Angeles defensemen Alec Martinez and Drew Doughty each got their first goal of the season. Simon Gagne also scored for the Kings and Jarret Stoll, Justin Williams and Dustin Penner...
Looks like Terry Murray will get to coach his 1,000th game after all.
Tonight was a game of firsts.
The first goal (and point) for Alec Martinez
The first goal for Drew Doughty
The first win from Jon Bernier since March 29, 2011
The first multi point game from The Tin Man since January 6th
The first time the Kings scored more than 2 goals at home since October 18th...
The Los Angeles Kings (6-4-3) will try to halt a four game winless streak when they travel north to face off against their division rival, San Jose Sharks (7-4-1).This will be the first meeting between the two clubs since last season's Stanley Cup Playoffs, where the Sharks eliminated the Kings in game of six of the first round. Coming into the game, the Kings are lead by goaltender...
As public service announcements by NHL players go, this is a rather random one: Anze Kopitar of the Los Angeles Kings, urging fans not to text and drive. One, because it's Anze Kopitar. Two, because it's Los Angeles; what else are you supposed to do when you're bumper-to-bumper on the 405?
So what's the deal? Turns out he's a spokesman for Mercury Insurance...
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Los Angeles scored two goals in the first, two goals in the second, and withstood a late flurry from Nashville in the third to break their 5-game losing streak and come out with a 4-3 win against the Predators. The Kings (7-5-3) finish off their back-to-back games with a win, while the Predators (7-5-2) start theirs with a loss.
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