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Last Week Today: November 16

by Alex Kinkopf / Los Angeles Kings


RECORD – 9-5-0

STANDINGS – 1st, Pacific Division; 5th, Western Conference

Tuesday, 11/10 – (L, 3-2)

  • The Kings fell to the Arizona Coyotes for the second time in as many games this season; former King Brad Richardson netted the winning goal for Arizona.
  • Nick Nickson was honored in the first of three ‘Legends Nights’ to be held this season.
  • Dustin Brown scored his first goal of the season.
  • Drew Doughty recorded his 210th career NHL assist – surpassing Lubomir Visnovsky for fifth on the Kings all-time list for assists among defensemen.

Thursday, 11/12 – (W, 2-1)

  • Jhonas Enroth made his third start of the season, making 31 saves on 32 shots, improving his record to 3-0-0.
  • Drew Doughty scored his second goal of the season, his 32nd career power play goal, which surpassed Lubomir Visnovsky for third all-time among Kings’ defensemen in that department.
  • Milan Lucic scored his fourth goal of the season, and his third game-winning goal, which leads the team.

Saturday, 11/14 – (W, 4-3)

  • Marian Gaborik snapped an 11-game goal drought, scoring his second goal of the season on the first period. Gaborik equaled his points-total through the first 16 games of the season with an assist on Tanner Pearson’s goal.
  • Tanner Pearson finished the night with three points (1G, 2A), and has seven points (2G, 5A) in the last six games.
  • Milan Lucic scored a goal in the second straight game, and has three in the last four.
  • Nick Shore scored his second goal of the season with 1:39 to play in regulation, securing the Kings’ 4-3 win.


RECORD – 11-6-0
STANDINGS – 1st, Pacific Division; 5th, Western Conference


  • Jhonas Enroth maintained his perfect record Thursday night, stopping 31 of the 32 shots he faced in the Kings’ 2-1 win. Enroth now has a 3-0-0 record with a .979 SV% and a 0.67 GAA. Tanner Pearson (1G, 3A) lead the team with four points in three games, Tyler Toffoli (1G, 2A) with three, and Milan Lucic (2G) with two goals.

Coolin' down

Orange you glad mad?


Drew bop

Bench maid


Tyler Toffoli executes during a power play Tuesday night, rifling a shot high to the top=shelf and past Arizona goaltender Mike Smith.

Drew Doughty whistles home a slap shot from the point, beating New York’s Jaroslav Halak for his second goal of the season.

Jonathan Quick stretches out to do the splits, denying Nail Yakupov of a prime scoring opportunity Saturday night against Edmonton.

Nick Shore fights for possession of a loose rebound, turns, fires, and beats Cam Talbot to score the game-winning goal with 1:39 to play.


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