Stop. Kings fans have heard this before:
A lack of scoring, or, really, a lack of finish. Big opportunities missed despite a mostly sound defensive effort. The Kings have reverted back into the same issues that have plagued them during recent years in a 2-1 loss to the Winnipeg Jets that dropped them out of first place in the Pacific Division.
They have scored nine goals in their last six losses. This, after a bevy of goals placed them among the NHL’s leaders in the early season.
Here’s what we learned:
They don’t have many answers
The clichés of bearing down and executing were thrown around liberally postgame, and that’s usually...