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Preseason - Kings 7, Ducks 1

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks



Kevin Dallman tallied two goals and two assists to lead the Los Angeles Kings over the Ducks 7-1 in preseason action on Monday night at the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim.

The Ducks next face the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday at 7:05 p.m. at the Arrowhead Pond.

Three stars: 1st - Derek Armstrong, 2nd - Ryan Getzlaf, 3rd - Kevin Dallman

Attendance: 12,518


3rd Period

20:00 - END OF GAME - LA 7, ANA 1 - SHOTS ON GOAL LA 13/36, ANA 6/24

18:47 - Konstantin Pushkarev scores the Kings' fourth power play goal of the game.  The goal was banked in off a Ducks defender at the side of Ilya Bryzgalov.  The goal is Pushkarev from Weaver and Dallman on the power play.

17:57 - Francois Beauchemin gets a tripping penalty.  LA has tallied three times on the power play tonight.

17:38 - LA's Joe Ryan and Anaheim's Corey Perry each draw roughing minors after a scuffle in front of the Kings' net.

14:40 - The Kings' Eric Belanger converts a 2-on-1 odd man rush to give the Kings a 6-1 lead.  The goal is Belanger from Thornton and Willsie at 16:40.

13:55 - A scuffle in the corner of the Kings' end features Sean Avery and Karl Stewart.  No gloves drop.  Stewart gets 2 for roughing and 2 for charging.  Avery gets 2 for hooking and 4 for roughing.  With Avery getting the extra two minutes - the Ducks go on their eighth power play. 

8:12 - Anaheim's Shane O'Brien and LA's Tom Kostopoulos square off in the game's third fight.  After a few wild punches on each side, both pugilists end up on the ice.  Fighting majors for each.

7:25 - The Kings' Brian Willsie scores LA's third power play goal.  The goal gives LA a 5-1 lead.  Willsie from Avery and Sopel on the power play.

6:16 - Shane O'Brien takes a tripping minor putting Los Angeles on their ninth power play.

2:36 - Anaheim's Bobby Ryan gets 2:00 for roughing.  LA goes on their eighth power play - they 2-7.

0:00 - 3rd period underway.  Ducks start on the power play with 1:03 remaining on Brown's minor.

2nd Period

20:00 - END OF 2ND - LA 4, ANA 1 - SHOTS ON GOAL - LA 12/23, ANA 10/18

19:02 - LA's Dustin Brown halls down Bobby Ryan inside the Kings' zone.  The call is holding.  Anaheim is 0-6 on the power play going into this one.

17:42 - Anaheim's Shawn Thornton takes his shot at LA's Raitis Ivanans in the second fight of the evening.  The fight is Ivanans' second of the period.  Both men land a number of rights.  Both players are assessed fighting majors.

15:12 - LA's Raitis Ivanans is whistled for interference.  The Ducks go on their sixth power play and are 0-5 thus far.

13:00 - Kevin Dallman scores his second goal of the game to give the Kings a 4-1 lead.  Dallman from Armstrong and Brown even strength.

10:20 - LA's Dustin Brown goes off for tripping.  Anaheim has yet to convert on the power play at 0-4.

10:03 - Anaheim's Ilya Bryzgalov relieves Leighton in the Ducks' net.  Jason LaBarbera takes over for Garon between the pipes for Los Angeles.

7:56 - LA's Raitis Ivanans and Anaheim's Trevor Gillies get into the game's first official fight.  Ivanans manages to pop Gillies' helmet off with a punch.  Gillies lands several solid lefts.  Both are assessed matching fighting majors.

7:55 - LA converts on the two-man advantage to take a 3-1 lead.  The goal is Matt Moulson's from Armstrong and Dallman.

7:06 - Travis Green takes a cross-checking penalty.  The Kings now with a two-man advantage.

5:50 - Sean O'Donnell and Sean Avery mix it up in front of the Kings bench.  O'Donnell lands a right hand.  Avery gets a minor for roughing.  O'Donnell is given a double-minor.  LA is on their sixth man-advantage and are 1-5.

3:53 - Rob Niedermayer takes another interference minor.  LA is now 1-4 on the power play.

1:41 - Rob Niedermayer takes an interference minor.  LA is 1-3 on the power play thus far.

0:58 - Ryan Getzlaf spins out of the corner to the left of Mathieu Garon and fires a hard wrist shot into the top-righthand corner.  The goal cuts the Kings' lead to 2-1.  Officially the goal is Getzlaf from Melin and O'Donnell at 58 seconds.

0:00 - 2nd period play is underway at the Arrowhead Pond.

1st Period

20:00 - END OF 1ST - LA 2, ANA 0 - SHOTS: LA 11, ANA 8

19:51 - Lubomir Visnovsky rings a one-handed tip off the post.  Leighton scrambles to tie it up.

16:00 - Corey Perry takes a hooking minor.  The Ducks now on a 4-on-3.

15:44 - The Kings' Tom Kostopoulos hooks Getzlaf putting the Ducks on a 5-on-3.

15:02 - With Penner, Perry and Getzlaf applying good pressure inside the Kings zone - LA's Mike Weaver cross checks Perry behind the net putting his team down a man.  The Ducks are 0-3 on the power play tonight.

12:00 - The Ducks' Karl Stewart puts the Ducks down a man again with a charging penalty.

11:47 - Kevin Dallman one-times a slap shot from the point past Leighton to give the Kings a 2-0 lead on the power play.  The goal is Dallman from Armstrong and Moulson at 11:47 on the power play.

10:33 - Ducks defenseman Shane O'Brien runs into Kings netminder and draws a goaltender interference penalty.

8:27 - Derek Armstrong takes an interference minor for LA.

8:02 - Sean Avery picks up a rebound and front of the net and beats a diving Michael Leighton to give the Kings a 1-0 lead.  Officially it is Avery from Pushkarev and Norstrom at 8:02 even strength.

6:38 - Still scoreless.  The Ducks' top two forward lines have Ryan Getzlaf centering Corey Perry and Bjorn Melin.  Travis Green is in the middle of the second line between Bobby Ryan and Dustin Penner.

2:12 - The Kings' Avery goes off for hooking.

O:00 - Ducks and Kings are underway.

PREGAME - Welcome back to the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim as the Ducks prepare to face LA in preseason action.  Michael Leighton gets the start in net tonight for the Ducks and Ilya Bryzgalov is the backup.  Mathieu Garon starts for LA with Jason LaBarbera behind him.  Among the regulars skating tonight for Anaheim: Corey Perry, Ryan Getzlaf, Dustin Penner, Sean O'Donnell, Francois Beauchemin, Sammy Pahlsson, Joe DiPenta and Rob Niedermayer.  The Kings will have captain Mattias Norstrom in the lineup as well as regulars Sean Avery, Scott Thornton, Derek Armstrong, Lubomir Visnovsky and Eric Belanger.  The puck drops in less than three minutes.

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