Hook, hold, go to the penalty box and watch the other team score.
This is hockey's version of rinse and repeat. Or what the Kings just did within about 24 hours in Pittsburgh and in Detroit.
For the second time in two nights, the Kings allowed two first-period power-play goals Friday, on their way to a 5-2 loss to the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena that kept them winless on the road.
"It was very similar to the Pittsburgh game," Kings captain Dustin Brown said. "I thought we were chasing the puck."
The difference was that they scored goals — unlike Thursday's loss in Pittsburgh. After falling behind 4-0 after the first 15-plus...