Los Angeles Kings (7-8-0, 14 pts.; 2nd Place in Pacific Division)
Opponent/Arena - Time (PT)
Sat., Nov. 10
Dallas Stars , STAPLES Center – 7:30 p.m. PT
FSN West/ KTLK AM 1150
OPPONENTS AT A GLANCE
Players to Watch
5-6-2, 12 pts./4th Pacific Division
C Mike Modano, G Marty Turco
The Kings have won six of their last nine games, to improve the team's record to 7-8-0, 14 pts. Last season, the Kings were just 4-8-3 (11 pts.) through 15 games.
The Kings are in the midst of 'Rivalry Month,' with 11 games against the Pacific Division in the month of November. So far, the Kings are 1-1-0, with a 5-2 win over San Jose on Nov. 2 and a 3-1 loss to the Sharks on Nov. 3.
The Kings and Ducks are tied for the most games in the NHL with 15 games played.
Kings penalty kill has been dominant of late, killing 22 of its last 24 (91.6%) over the last seven games and 30-of-34 (88.2%) over its last 10 games to lift the Kings season totals to 54-of-66 (81.8%) for the season. Last season the Kings were last in PK% killing power plays at a 77 percent clip.
Dustin Brown is second in the NHL with 54 hits. Dion Phaneuf is the leader with 55. Last season Brown finished second in the NHL with 258 hits on the season.
Lubomir Visnovsky has posted 1-6=7 over his last eight games, Ladislav Nagy has scored 3-4=7 over his last seven games and Alexander Frolov has also scored 3-8=11 in 11 games.
With his 11th goal on Friday night, Michael Cammalleri ranks second in the NHL behind Detroit's Henrik Zetterberg and Ilys Kovalchuk, each with 12 goals. Cammalleri has added five assists to his goal total, giving him 16 points, whih is tied for 14th in the NHL.
J-S Aubin picked up his second win with the Kings on Friday, Nov. 2, stopping 45-of-47 shots in the Kings 5-2 victory over San Jose.
Saturday, Nov. 10 is Fire Relief Night. all Kings players will wear a commemorative Southern California Fire Department patch on their jersey. Following the game, each player will sign his jersey which will then be auctioned off with all proceeds going to Southern California fire victims. In addition, there will be collection stations in and around STAPLES Center where Kings fans will have the option to make financial contributions; there will be a special silent auction on the main concourse; and a portion of ticket proceeds from that night’s game and contributions from various Kings players will be combined as the Kings present one large donation while they host an on-ice recognition for local firefighters that evening.
Nov. 10's game vs. Dallas is also a Family Pack Night where you Treat your family and don’t break the bank. Each package includes four (4) tickets, four (4) hot dogs, four (4) sodas and parking, starting at just $82.