A losing effort in relief of Felix Potvin on Wednesday night against the Mighty Ducks was the latest example of Jamie Storr squandering a chance to take over as the Kings' No. 1 goaltender.
Storr has been unable to fill the breach while Potvin, eligible for unrestricted free agency this summer, has struggled to regain the form he showed last season in compiling a career-best 2.31 goals-against average.
Before Thursday's games, the Kings had given up fewer shots on goal than any other team in the Western Conference, but Potvin and Storr had combined for an .888 save percentage, which ranks 29th in a 30-team league.
Against the Ducks, Storr relieved Potvin at the start of the second period with the Kings trailing, 3-0. The Kings rallied to score five unanswered goals before Storr gave up three in the last 8:41 of a 6-5 loss.