PITTSBURGH — They talked about keeping disciplined, staying out of the penalty box against the high-octane team possessing the league's best power play.
You can guess what happened next.
The Kings took three minor penalties in the first nine minutes of the game and another before the 15-minute mark. Pittsburgh scored two power-play goals in the opening period, the first one coming on a five-on-three situation, on its way to a 3-0 victory on Thursday night at Consol Energy Center.
It was the first loss for the Kings in regulation since the season-opening, banner-raising night against the San Jose Sharks on Oct. 8. For the Penguins, winger Chris Kunitz scored twice...