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The Los Angeles Kings wrapped up their three game road trip Sunday night in Colorado, where they suffered a 3-2 loss in regulation to the Avalanche. Although they were unable to come out with a point, they played 60 minutes of skilled, fast-paced hockey and there were several positives to be taken away from the outcome. The Kings dominated the first two periods outshooting the Avalanche 26-9, but failed to create enough offense in the third. This is the second game in a row where the Kings probably deserved a better fate, but due to a couple of unfortunate bounces, ended up losing the game.
The Avalanche struck first with a shorthanded goal from Chuck Kobasew, but Kings’ left winger Scott Parse demonstrated some serious hand-eye coordination as he batted the puck out of mid-air and past Av’s goalie Semyon Varlamov just 27 seconds later. The next goal came from Milan Hejduk of the Avalanche with an outrageously unfair assist from the boards behind Kings goaltender, Jonathan Quick. ...
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from Rich Hammond of LA Kings Insider, Will a return to the third line get Dustin Penner’s production going? Penner spent the previous two games in a first-line look, with Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams, and the result was one shot on goal, one minor penalty and a minus-2 rating. So, the Kings will try something different. With first-line winger Simon Gagne expected to return...
Los Angeles Kings left wing Simon Gagne will miss Sunday's game against the Edmonton Oilers with a "middle-body injury", the team announced.
Gagne did not practice on Friday, although it was thought to be just a maintenance day for the 31-year-old Quebec native. He then sat out Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Pacific Division rival Phoenix Coyotes.
Two separate rumors out there...One involving the Rangers and the Oilers...the other that Dustin Penner could be headed east...
More to come...some interesting stuff out there this Halloween....out trick or treating with kids...more this evening..
Maybe it's just me... but I have a feeling that this past weekend the Los Angeles Kings were a little too preoccupied thinking of their Halloween costumes.
The Los Angeles Kings lose 3-2 to the Phoenix Coyotes AND to the Colorado Avalanche. But let's not dwell on that. Instead, let's play our new favorite game show here at The Royal Half...
"Which One of...
DENVER -- After the final horn sounded and the Colorado Avalanche had won their first home game of the season, the players stood at center ice and raised their sticks to the crowd.
It has been a long time since fans at Pepsi Center had something to cheer about and the team wanted to savor the moment with them.
"It's a nod to them for coming out and paying their money,...
Well, November is upon us. Or as I like to call it... the month when the Los Angeles Kings start growing mustaches and play like complete ****. Don't believe me?
Sure, 2008-2009 was alright, but a lot of good finishing 26th overall did that season.
Of course, all the Los Angeles Kings are growing...
Anze Kopitar and Scott Parse score for L.A., but Colorado is able to post its first home victory of the season.Anze Kopitar and Scott Parse score for L.A., but Colorado is able to post its first home victory of the season.
With the NHL's best road record (6-1) but the only team to have failed to produce a point at home, the Avalanche made some amends in Sunday night's 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at the Pepsi Center.