Found February 22, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Well, all of the records the Kings enjoyed went right out the window, especially that 77-0-5 record when leading after 2 periods. Kyle Clifford hit Gilbert Brule very late, caught him in the head, too. No penalty was called until the refs got together and decided it was a MATCH penalty which is an automatic suspension pending review by Shanahan. Considering the Kings play in Colorado today, Sha...
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