A few more takeaways from a game in which the
Funny how it all works. The Kings seem to have the number of, say, the
They've lost all three games to the Predators. This was their first loss in regulation to Nashville, the other two coming in overtime and in a shootout.
None other than hockey legend
The Great One may be on to something.
The enduring picture of the Kings defenseman Muzzin is one of frustration this season, hanging his head in dismay after another miscue.
It was on full display again at Staples Center. Muzzin’s own goal - a deflection off his stick – made it 2-1 for Nashville. The flub came 66 seconds after the forward
Call it the post-contract blues for Muzzin. Obviously, it hasn't happened in every case, but Kings' management has gotten used to a player signing a big new deal and then struggling that next season.
Tough decision(s) regarding the lineup looming
If so, would that mean a recall of center
When the Kings were on their recent trip, Richards was working out in El Segundo, establishing a baseline during testing. Kings assistant GM Rob Blake said on Saturday, via email, that Richards would be around for another week of training.
The other decision will come on the back end as defenseman