Their last five-on-five goal was scored Feb. 12 against the New York Rangers.
Since then, the Kings have scored one short-handed goal at Washington on Tuesday and a power-play goal at St. Louis on Thursday.
It can be explained, in part, by the loss of two of their better five-on-five players to injuries on an unforgiving trip for the Kings. Winger Marian Gaborik was injured in a knee-on-knee collision in the Rangers game and is out for the foreseeable future, and the Kings' leading scorer, Anze Kopitar, left the St. Louis game with a lower-body injury and is considered day to day.
Kopitar, at least, is still with the team. He didn't take the ice for an...