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  • Kings power past the Oilers, 5-2

    Kings power past the Oilers, 5-2
    One of the primary ways to get the Kings annoyed is to suggest they are simply waiting to flip the switch for when it really counts. They've heard it nearly everywhere. From Anaheim to El Segundo. From Winnipeg and now in Edmonton. On Tuesday night,...
  • Ducks get defenseman James Wisniewski in one of four deadline deals

    Ducks get defenseman James Wisniewski in one of four deadline deals
    General Manager Bob Murray completed a flurry of four NHL trade-deadline deals Monday to upgrade the Ducks' blue line. The major "get" was defenseman James Wisniewski, 31, a former Duck (2008-10) who is expected to provide power-play points and...
  • Ducks look like an NHL playoff lock, Kings are nearly there

    Ducks look like an NHL playoff lock, Kings are nearly there
    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter painted a vivid picture when asked last week about his players' struggles to defend their championship. "They have to keep understanding and listening to what I'm telling them about how tough it is," he said. "The train has got...
  • Kings' Marian Gaborik sends most of 70,205 home unhappy

    Kings' Marian Gaborik sends most of 70,205 home unhappy
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Long after the good (rocker John Fogerty), the bad (the Kings' white hockey pants) and the perplexing (Melissa Etheridge's cover of Janis Joplin's “Piece of My Heart”) fade away, the latest offering of outdoor...
  • Kings lose third consecutive game, 5-2 to Winnipeg

    Kings lose third consecutive game, 5-2 to Winnipeg
    They had a surprising Sunday afternoon snarl, that edge you like to see in the final month and a half of the season. Unfortunately, for the Kings, there was little else behind their scowls and growls. Winnipeg scored three second-period goals on its way...
  • Kings, Ducks put up a fight that would be great to see in postseason

    Kings, Ducks put up a fight that would be great to see in postseason
    For those seeking deep, dark omens for the Kings after the Ducks rallied for four goals in the third period Friday and skated off with a 4-2 victory at Honda Center, for those who would see it as a symbol of the Kings' problems or inconsistencies this...
  • Ducks take late flight, beat Kings with four goals in third period

    Ducks take late flight, beat Kings with four goals in third period
    Ryan Kesler bit down on his lip, delivering an unmistakable look of determination Friday as his slumping Ducks fell two goals behind the surging Kings. "We just kept with it. Being down didn't deter us from our main goal of winning the game," Kesler...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 1-0 win over Detroit

    What we learned from the Kings' 1-0 win over Detroit
    Indoors and outdoors. Home and road. The Kings are winning low-scoring games and higher-scoring games. It all adds up to an eight-game winning streak, and there were a few takeaways from the Kings' 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night...
  • Ducks are fired up about playing the Kings

    Ducks are fired up about playing the Kings
    Needing a nudge out of the malaise that has seen the Ducks flounder through a 6-7-1 stretch since Jan. 29, the rival Kings provide a stimulus Friday when they come to Honda Center. "They certainly know how to play this time of year, so it'll be a good...
  • Gimmick or not, the NHL shootout remains a big part of the game

    Gimmick or not, the NHL shootout remains a big part of the game
    It's the essence of hockey distilled into one breathless moment: a goaltender, a shooter, and nothing between them but tension and the hopes of thousands of fans, many of them brought to their feet by the dramatic circumstances. Often mocked as a skills...
  • Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof

    Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof
    After a good start carried them to the top of the Pacific Division, the Ducks understandably slipped into cruise control in early February. "It's a tough time of year whether you're at the bottom or the top. When you're at the top it's almost tougher,"...