Michal Neuvirth

Things go from bad to worse as Flyers spoil Kings' home opener, 4-2

Things go from bad to worse as Flyers spoil Kings' home opener, 4-2

A grim mood in the morning — uncertainty over the prognosis for an injured Jonathan Quick — turned sour by night, by the time the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Kings, 4-2, at Staples Center.

The Kings have had many unpleasant days the last two seasons and Friday managed to find its way onto the list. Hours before the loss to the Flyers in the home opener, Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi spoke with reporters for the first time since the team put its franchise goalie, Quick, on injured reserve. 

Lombardi made it clear from his brief comments after the morning skate that there is serious concern about the injury, which was sustained in the final 30 seconds...

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