What we learned from the
-- Getting only one point instead of two has put the Kings in a difficult spot. When teams have played an identical number of games, the first tiebreaker to separate them is the greater number of wins they've earned in regulation and overtime.
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"It helps us but these are the tight games that you've got to win," defenseman Matt Greene said of earning only one point Saturday instead of two. "At this time of the year you've got to win the one-goal games. We've got to find a way to do that. We're chasing teams right now."
-- It's a good thing the Kings don't have to face the Penguins again this season.
In two games against them, the Kings were shut out, 3-0, at Pittsburgh on Oct. 30 and by a 1-0 count Saturday night. That’s 71 shots they took on
-- Did we mention that it's going to be tough for the Kings to get back into a playoff position?
They planned to take Sunday off before practicing on Monday and then traveling for games Tuesday at Colorado and Thursday at Vancouver. They're merely 10-14-6 on the road this season, though they did win their last road game, March 3 at Edmonton.