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  • What we learned from the Kings’ 3-2 shootout loss to the Wild

    Usually when a team twice erases deficits and salvages a point in a tough building, there is some relief. For the Kings, it was the opposite. The same problems that have afflicted them most of the season — sloppy play, inconsistency — bit them again early Tuesday night and left them with a 3-2

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  • What we learned from the Kings’ 3-2 shootout loss to the Wild

    Usually when a team twice erases deficits and salvages a point in a tough building, there is some relief. For the Kings, it was the opposite. The same problems that have afflicted them most of the season — sloppy play, inconsistency — bit them again early Tuesday night and left them with a 3-2

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  • What we learned from the Kings’ 3-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks

    The gap between the Kings and the San Jose Sharks in the standings grew to 18 points Monday night. It didn’t appear to be that big of a disparity for much of the night. The Kings had a good start, got another steady game from Jack Campbell and a solid showing from Drew Doughty and Derek Forbort

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  • What we learned from the Kings’ 3-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks

    The gap between the Kings and the San Jose Sharks in the standings grew to 18 points Monday night. It didn’t appear to be that big of a disparity for much of the night. The Kings had a good start, got another steady game from Jack Campbell and a solid showing from Drew Doughty and Derek Forbort

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  • What we learned from the Kings' 3-2 victory over the Avalanche

    The Kings took the long way to victory, but they eventually got there with some young and older players putting their hands on the steering wheel. Sean Walker and Dustin Brown highlighted a 3-2 overtime win against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night for the Kings’ fifth win in six games before

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  • What we learned from the Kings’ 2-0 loss to the Golden Knights

    On most any other night, the Kings could have probably done more justice to Jack Campbell’s performance Tuesday. But a New Year’s Day game — their second contest in consecutive nights — against a Vegas Golden Knights team rested and ready was not the ideal combination. The Kings looked every bit

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  • What we learned from the Kings' 2-0 loss to the Golden Knights

    On most any other night, the Kings could have probably done more justice to Jack Campbell’s performance Tuesday. But a New Year’s Day game — their second contest in consecutive nights — against a Vegas Golden Knights team rested and ready was not the ideal combination. The Kings looked every bit

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