ST. LOUIS -- Lack of success on the power play is starting to become a significant concern for the Kings.
They were 0 for 5 on the man advantage in Game 1 against the Blues and have a 9.7 success rate on the power play through their first six games of the playoffs.
In the first round, Mike Richards and Willie Mitchell scored on the power play of Game 1 against Vancouver and Jarret Stoll had a power-play goal in Game 2 in Vancouver.
Since then? Nothing.
"We need to get our power play going," Kings defenseman Drew Doughty said after Monday's morning skate. "It's been going for one game, in the Vancouver series, and other than that we really weren't good on the power play. It's such a key point.
"I know all of us on the power play units are frustrated with how it's been going so far. We've made some strides in the last game, and now its just a matter of putting more pucks in the net."
Three short-handed goals by the Kings helps heal some of those wounds, of course.
Doughty was s...