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Up next for the Kings: Tuesday at Edmonton

The Oilers are second on the Kings' three-game trip through Canada. Edmonton has won five games in a row.

December 15, 2009

Kings tonight


When: 6:30 PST.

Where: Rexall Place.

On the air: Radio: 1150.

Records: Kings 21-11-3, Oilers 15-13-4.

Record vs. Oilers: 1-0-0.

Update: This will be the second stop on the Kings' three-game Canadian trip. Though temperatures are predicted to be frigid, Kings center Jarret Stoll, a former Oiler, is eagerly anticipating the visit. "My sister just had a baby about a month ago and she's bringing her baby. It will be good to see her for the first time," he said. The Oilers have won five games in a row. Their scoring leaders are former Ducks left winger Dustin Penner (18 goals, 36 points) and former King Lubomir Visnovsky (seven goals, 23 points). Former Kings center Patrick O'Sullivan has six goals and 15 points in 32 games.

-- Helene Elliott

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