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Up next for the Kings: Wednesday at Columbus

The Kings are 4-0-2 in the midst of 10 consecutive road games and riding a 7-0-2 surge overall. They have allowed three goals or fewer in 15 straight games.

February 15, 2011|By Helene Elliott

Kings tonight

AT COLUMBUS

When: 4 PST.

Where: Nationwide Arena.

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

Records: Kings 31-22-3, Blue Jackets 28-23-5.

Record vs. Blue Jackets: 1-1-0.

Update: The Kings will have several streaks on the line. They are 4-0-2 in the midst of 10 consecutive road games and riding a 7-0-2 surge overall. In addition, they have allowed three goals or fewer in 15 straight games, a stingy streak that began after they gave up four goals to Columbus in a 6-4 victory on Jan. 8 at Staples Center. Jonathan Quick, 6-0-1 with a 1.52 goals-against average and .950 save percentage in his last seven games, is scheduled to start. The Blue Jackets have won five of their last six games and have earned points in 10 of 13 (8-3-2). Winger Rick Nash has hit the 25-goal level for the seventh season in a row, one of only two current players who have done that.

helene.elliott@latimes.com

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