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Up next for the Kings: Monday at Phoenix

Despite losing their last two games, the Kings have earned points in their last six games. The Coyotes continue to play well, even with questions about the front office and ownership.

November 02, 2009|Helene Elliott


When: 6 PST.

Where: Arena.

On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 1150.

Records: Kings 8-4-2, Coyotes 9-4-0.

Record vs. Coyotes: 1-1.

Update: The Kings have lost their last two games in shootouts but have earned standings points in six straight games (4-0-2). Goaltender Jonathan Quick will start his ninth straight game, a streak that's likely to continue until the team's five-game trip this month. Right wing Justin Williams is scheduled to return after missing five games because of a lower-body injury. He will rejoin Ryan Smyth and Anze Kopitar on the first line. Teddy Purcell was moved to the fourth line with Raitis Ivanans and Brad Richardson but will still get some power-play time. The Coyotes, ignoring the turmoil surrounding their ownership and future, have sustained their strong start by winning three straight games.

-- Helene Elliott

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