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Up next for the Kings: Thursday at Florida

The Kings and Panthers have been shut out a combined 10 times.

February 09, 2012|By Lisa Dillman
  • Kings winger Kyle Clifford and Blue Jackets center Antoine Vermette fall to the ice in a battle for the puck during their game last week at Staples Center.
Kings winger Kyle Clifford and Blue Jackets center Antoine Vermette fall… (Harry How / Getty Images )

When: 4:30 PST.

Where: BankAtlantic Center.

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

Records: Kings 26-18-10, Panthers 24-17-11.

Record vs. Panthers: 1-0.

Update: The Kings and Panthers have been shut out a combined 10 times this season, the Kings accounting for six of them. In the makes-complete-sense department: The Kings are 15-0-1 when they score at least three goals in a game. Left wing Kyle Clifford, who has two goals in his last five games (including the game-winner against Carolina), scored just once in his first 42 games this season. He has four goals and 10 points and 85 penalty minutes in 54 games. Of note, former Kings forward Marco Sturm — yes, it was an incredibly short era in Los Angeles — had knee surgery Monday and the oft-injured winger won't be available for the Panthers for the next month.

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