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October 27, 1986 | JULIE CART
The Kings, limping along on a seven-game trip, will meet the Stanley Cup champion Montreal Canadiens tonight. Los Angeles has lost every game on this trip, although all have been close. The Kings were beaten, 5-4, Saturday night by the New York Islanders as mistakes once again proved costly. With a 3-6-0 record, and a challenging schedule immediately ahead, Coach Pat Quinn's hopes for a good start this season appear dim.
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November 15, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
When: 7:30. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 1150, 830. Records: Kings 8-6-3. Ducks 6-8-3. Update: Ducks captain and center Ryan Getzlaf, who has two assists in the last eight games, has not scored since Oct. 27. He has 31 points in 36 career games against the Kings. Kings center Mike Richards has two points, both of them goals, in the last seven games. Goalie Jonathan Quick will start for the Kings. The Ducks were 4-2-0 in their series against the Kings last season.
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January 12, 2009 | Billy Witz
VS. TAMPA BAY Time: 7:30. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 1150. Where: Staples Center. Records: Kings 17-18-6, Lightning 12-19-10. Record vs. Lightning: Last played in 2006-07. Update: Many eyes will be on the matchup between the top two picks in last year's draft, Tampa Bay center Steven Stamkos, who was chosen first overall, and Kings defenseman Drew Doughty. Doughty leads all rookies, as well as the Kings, with an average ice time of 23 minutes 54 seconds.
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September 20, 1986 | JULIE CART, Times Staff Writer
Coach Pat Quinn of the Kings says it's time for his defensemen to show what they have learned. He'll take a close look tonight as Los Angeles plays the Vancouver Canucks in their first exhibition game at Victoria Memorial Arena in Victoria, Canada. "We are going to try some kids; we are going to look at a lot of people," Quinn said. "Camps often aren't as physical as the games. It'll be different once we're in it."
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March 15, 2004 | From Associated Press
Doug Christie talked trash and flung himself at loose balls. Mike Bibby drove the lane with abandon, Chris Webber crashed the boards -- and Brad Miller did more dirty work than everybody else combined. Anybody still think the Sacramento Kings aren't tough enough to go deep in the postseason? The San Antonio Spurs became believers after the Kings got nasty in a 101-87 victory Sunday.
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April 3, 1988 | JERRY CROWE
The Kings, winners of three straight games for only the second time this season, will play the Edmonton Oilers tonight in their last game of the regular season. This is the Oilers' worst season since 1980-81, but a victory tonight would be their fourth straight and would enable them to reach the 100-point plateau for a seventh straight season. The three-time Stanley Cup champions have a 44-25-10 record. The Kings are 30-42-7.
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October 17, 1988 | TRACY DODDS
The Kings, early leaders in the Smythe Division of the National Hockey League with a 4-1 record, will play at Calgary tonight, taking on the team that won the division last season. The Flames are 3 points back at 2-1-1, a record that includes a 6-5 overtime loss at the Forum. Tonight's game, which begins at 6:35, will be televised on Prime Ticket. This is the Kings' first road game of the season.
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