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Kings at Golden Knights: How to Watch

Find out when and how to catch the Kings game, plus get up-to-date info on player news and injuries

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

What you need to know ahead of Thursday's game against the Vegas Golden Knights:

When: Thursday, January 9 at 7 pm PT

Where: T-Mobile Arena (Las Vegas, Nevada)

Watch: FOX Sports West or FOX Sports GO (NHL.TV outside of LA area)

    Listen: Kings Audio Network on iHeart Radio

    Watch Parties:     

    • The Dudes Brewing Company (Santa Clarita and Thousand Oaks locations)
    • Barneys Beanery - All locations
    • Brennan's

     

    Team Records:

    • Vegas Golden Knights: 26 24 - 16 - 6 (54 pts)
    • Kings: 17 - 24 - 4 (38 pts)

     

    Vegas Connections to LA

    • Vegas forward Cody Eakin & Kings goaltender Jack Campbell were teammates in Dallas (2013-14)
    • Vegas defenseman Shea Theodore played under Kings assistant coach Trent Yawney in Anaheim (2015-17)
    • Vegas forward Chandler Stephenson & Kings forward Austin Wagner were teammates for the WHL's Regina Pats (2013-14)
    • Brayden McNabb played for the Kings from 2014-17 (201 GP, 6 G, 36 A, 198 PIM)

     

    Last Time in LA:

    November 16 - LA Kings 4, Vegas Golden Knights 3

    The Vegas Golden Knights fell to the LA Kings, 4-3, at the Staples Center. Goals from Blake Lizotte & Drew Doughtyhelped the Kings jump out to a 2-0 lead in the first period. Max Pacioretty deflected in his seventh goal of the season to get the Golden Knights on the board, but was answered by a goal from Nikolai Prokhorkin.

    Jonathan Marchessault sent a blast from the blueline to get Vegas to within a goal &, less than three minutes later, William Karlsson cashed in to tie the game. The teams entered the third period level at 3-3 before a goal from Jeff Carter gave LA a 4-3 win.

    Video: Condensed Game: Golden Knights @ Kings

       

      Who to Watch on Vegas: Mad Max

      Vegas forward Max Pacioretty was named the NHL "First Star" of the week (Dec. 16) after recording eight points (5 G, 3 A) & helping lead the Golden Knights to a 3-1-0 record during the week. He has scored goals in four consecutive games from Dec. 10-15, the longest streak by a Vegas player this season, & recorded a point in six straight games (Dec. 10-19). The New Canaan, CT native leads the Golden Knights with 44 points (19G, 25A).

         

        Kings Lineup Notes: 

        • Blake Lizotte stayed back in LA to be evaluated for a lower-body injury that he sustained in Wednesday's game vs the Blue Jackets
        • In Wednesday's game, Alex Iafallo (0-1=1) extended his point-streak to a career-high eight games. He has nine points (4-5=9) during the streak, which is the longest by a Kings player this season

        Tweet from @alex_faust: I���m a good luck charm now? 😜 🍻 https://t.co/S3rQeFNdU8

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