One of the primary ways to get the Kings annoyed is to suggest they are simply waiting to flip the switch for when it really counts.
They've heard it nearly everywhere. From Anaheim to El Segundo. From Winnipeg and now in Edmonton.
On Tuesday night, the the switch was in the "on" position for the reigning Stanley Cup champions. They overwhelmed the struggling Oilers, 5-2, at Rexall Place. Kings center Anze Kopitar and forward Trevor Lewis combined for six points as the Kings won for the first time in four games.
For Lewis, the three points was a career high, a goal and two assists. His goal, his ninth of the season, made it 2-0 at 19:01 of the first period...