Two games can't totally erase the shortcomings, the lack of chemistry and spark by the Kings in the first three games of this season.
It will take time during an 82-game season, but they've taken small steps and some of the necessary corrective measures. And it's paid off in the last three days with back-to-back wins, including Sunday's 2-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche at Staples Center on goals from Marian Gaborik and Tyler Toffoli.
"Back to normal L.A. Kings hockey and it's working for us," said Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin.
Muzzin said the Kings were simply "trying to do too much" in the first three games and "scaled it down a little...