Gaudreau, who was named the league’s No. 1 star of the week on Monday, broke the spirit of the Kings in the
(OK … maybe temporarily broke their spirit.)
"Yeah, he got a hat trick last game," said Doughty. "But had some lucky bounces and whatnot. We know he's a pretty good player and good in the offensive zone, good at being shifty and quick. We've got to shut him down obviously."
Said Sutter: "We have players similar, in terms of Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson. One player is not going to win you games other than once and awhile, a goaltender."
"I'm fortunate to get a couple of goals here," Gaudreau said. "I know I didn't have too many before this week."
Said Flames goalie
The Kings were downplaying the revenge factor after having blown a late two-goal lead to the Flames at Staples Center a week ago. Perhaps some of the sting was erased by the combination of the short Christmas break and Saturday’s comprehensive victory over the
Also, it appears that defenseman
Schultz grew up in Calgary, the community of Lake Bonavista, and his parents still live here. Although Schultz has his name on the
"It would be great," Schultz said. "I haven't been here [playing] in a few years and I'm sure there's a lot of people coming to the game, and it would be nice to see me back out there.