Their penalty-killing woes didn’t just start Saturday night. It had been building for the
Perhaps Kings Coach
Los Angeles Times columnist
“Looking at the two goals,
Sutter praised the efforts of winger Tyler Toffoli, who played his first game of the season with the Kings after having been in Manchester, N.H., of the
“He came out. He made plays,”
Not so long ago, the Kings were ranked as high as No. 3 in the league in the penalty-killing department. That was just before a loss to the
“Our PK has been struggling,” Kings captain
The last word goes to Sutter about the penalty-killing details.
"We kill similar to a lot of teams," he said. "But when there's one guy breaking down on it, it tends to, you know. … We need some goaltending, too."