The Kings take to the road in search of what they could not find at the end of their seven-game home stand.
First on that list is a win. A close second is power-play success.
“We just need to be good on every power play,” defenseman Drew Doughty said after Saturday’s morning skate. “I feel like we’ll go one power play where we’re good, the next we’re just not and then maybe decent. We just need to string together good power plays in order to do better there.”
The Kings (22-19-4) are coming off back-to-back losses and face the New York Islanders at 4 p.m. at Barclays Center on Saturday. Their last power-play...