Found November 01, 2011 on nhl.com:
The Kings host the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday. Who would have guessed that the game against the Oilers might arguably be the more intriguing of the two? The Oilers have been one of the surprise...
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