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Who Will The LA Kings Play Opening Round

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With the NHL playoffs nearing and the races tightening the Los Angeles Kings may have to wait until the last day of the regular season to determine who their first round opponent will be. The Kings are likely locked into the sixth playoff position, but with a logjam at the top of the conference standings the Kings first round opponent is still very much undecided. If the season ended today the Kings would face the San Jose Sharks in the opening round. The Sharks are currently third in the conference, a point behind the Anaheim Ducks and a point on top of the Colorado Avalanche. Just a point behind the Avalanche and two points behind the Sharks, are the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks.

Here’s a look at the potential Kings opening round opponents:

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SHARKS

San Jose Sharks: The Kings and Sharks have played five times this season with four of the five games decided by just a single goal. The Kings hold the advantage in the season series, three games to two. Two of the games have gone into overtime, with the Kings winning the opening game between the two teams in overtime and the Sharks winning the second game via a shootout. The two teams played a hotly contested second round playoff series last year, with the Kings coming out on top by virtue of having home ice advantage. Not a single road team won a game in the seven game series. The home ice advantage could prove significant for the Sharks this year who have been outstanding on home ice this year.

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AVALANCHE

Colorado Avalanche: The Colorado Avalanche have been a massive surprise this season under first year head coach Patrick Roy, the leading candidate for coach of the year in the NHL this season. The Avalanche has been on fire of late with a six-game winning streak to make a late run toward the top of the Western Conference. The Avalanche has a solid group of talented young forwards, led by center Matt Duchene and winger Gabriel Landeskog. The most exciting Avalanche player is eighteen-year-old center Nathan MacKinnon, the top overall pick in last year’s NHL entry draft. The Avalanche has played two fewer games than the Sharks and Blackhawks.

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BLACKHAWKS

Chicago Blackhawks: Sitting in fifth place in the conference, but just two behind the third place Sharks, are the defending Stanley Cup champions. After a period of rough play the Blackhawks have rebounded of late and are in the midst of a three-game winning streak. Chicago has decided to sit their captain and best player Jonathan Toews for the remaining of the regular season due to an upper body injury. The Kings and Blackhawks met in the playoffs each of the past two seasons. Los Angeles defeated Chicago in 2012 on their way to a Stanley Cup title. The Blackhawks returned the favor, defeating the Kings in five games last June on their way to a title. Chicago is the odds on favorite again to represent the Western Conference in the Stanley Cup final.

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DUCKS

Anaheim Ducks: There’s an outside chance the Kings could face the Ducks in the opening round, if Anaheim somehow loses the second seed. After leading the Western Conference for the majority of the regular season the Ducks were recently surpassed by the St. Louis Blues. With a game in hand and just three points behind the Blues the Ducks still have an opportunity to earn home ice. If the Ducks somehow fall to third they’ll set up what will be a much anticipated opening round series.

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Kings Playoff Tickets are available now for all games at the LA Staples Center! All Kings Games not played come with a 100% return.

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Anaheim is a buzz with sports action going on from the NCAA West Regional’s today and Saturday at the Honda Center, the Ducks regular season coming to and end and playoffs about to start, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim kicking off their 2014 MLB season at Angel Stadium and the new Los Angeles Kiss playing at the Honda Center. Here is what is coming up for the Anaheim Sports:

West Regional Tickets – Tonight the West Regional Sweet 16 will feature Wisconsin Vs Baylor and Arizona Vs San Diego State. With Baylor’s 30 point win over Creighton and the Badgers rally from 12 down to beat Oregon it should make for some great West Regional Action at the Honda Center. The winners of Baylor/Wisconsin and Arizona/San Diego State will meet up on Saturday at 6:pm with the winner moving on to the elite 8.

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DUCKS

Ducks Tickets – With only five games left at the Honda Center the Ducks are sitting just 4 points out of first place in the Western Conference and two points behind the San Jose Sharks with their win against the Calgary Flames last night. The first three opponents the Ducks face off against while not playoff bound can still spoil Anaheim’s chances of climbing back up to the first spot in the Conference they are also a cheaper way to see the Ducks before the Playoffs began. The Winnipeg Jets fly in on 3/31 followed by the Edmonton Oliers 4/2 and the Nashville Predators 4/4. The Ducks face the 2nd place San Jose Sharks on April 9th and then the 5th place Colorado Avalanche to end the season April 13th. The Ducks could be looking at a found NHL Playoff series against the LA Kings whom the Ducks have had good success this season against.

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ANGELS

Angels Tickets – Mike Trout, Albert Pujols look to bring the Angels back to their winning ways. The Angels Opening Day weekend at Angel Stadiumbegins with the Seattle Mariners March 31st, Mike Trout Bobblehead Night April 1st and a Stadium exclusive hat on April 2nd. The New York Mets come to Anaheim after for three games April 11th (Kids Hoodie), 12th Post Game Fireworks and April 13th.The Oakland Athletics come to Angel Stadium for the first time in the 2014 Angels season on April 14, 15th (Albert Pujols Blanket Night) and April 16th.

LA KISS Tickets – The Rock band KISS have brought football back to Los Angeles if only in name sake calling the Anaheim Arena Football team the Los Angeles KISS. This is the inaugural season for the KISS who will start off their Honda Center home schedule on April 5th against the Portland Thunder followed by the Cleveland Gladiators April 12th and the San Jose Sabercats April 26th. If you haven’t been to an arena football game it’s a fun quick fix for football with the game being designed to produce lots of passing and scoring.

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With Marian Gaborik Trade LA Kings Look At Playoffs

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Wednesday marked the National Hockey League’s annual trade deadline and the Los Angeles Kings, led by General Manager Dean Lombardi, were active once again. The Kings biggest move was the acquisition of veteran star Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets. Los Angeles sent winger Matt Frattin and a second round pick to Columbus to acquire Gaborik. The thirty-two year-old winger, taken third overall in the 2000 draft by the Minnesota Wild has scored forty goals three times in his career, to go along with two 38 goal seasons.

Here’s a look at what Gaborik will bring to Los Angeles as a member of the Kings:

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“GOAL”

The Kings were aggressive in looking to improve their offense, reportedly making a run at Thomas Vanek, who proved to be too costly of an acquisition. When healthy Gaborik is a dynamic offensive player with tremendous speed and skill, an element the Kings simply don’t have. The former Wild and Rangers star could be the missing element that gives the Kings enough offense to compete with the Chicago Blackhawks and Anaheim Ducks who the Kings face on April 12th the final game of the 2013-2014 NHL regular season.. The presence of Gaborik, combined with the Kings elite defensive unit and goaltender Jonathan Quick, could make the Kings a very difficult team to beat come playoff time. The Kings are expected to team Gaborik up with Anze Kopitar, potentially creating an elite combination that will benefit both players. The Kings are banking on recapturing the momentum they had back in 2012 when they acquired Jeff Carter from the same Columbus Blue Jackets. Los Angeles traded for Carter and then went on a hot streak that eventually culminated in the organizations first Stanley Cup Championship. With the Kings in the midst of a five-game winning streak the addition of Gaborik could very well vault Los Angeles up the Western Conference standings.

One potential issue with Gaborik is his ability to stay healthy. During his tenure with the Minnesota Wild Gaborik was often injured, a tendency that didn’t carry over to his time in New York but popped up once again this season in Columbus. He missed six weeks early in the season with a knee strain and then suffered a broken collarbone, two injuries that have left him largely ineffective this season. Gaborik returned on February 27th versus the New Jersey Devils and scored in his first goal.

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In addition to Gaborik the Kings also traded for young Buffalo Sabres defenseman Brayden McNabb. The Kings sent prospects Hudson Fasching and Nicholas Deslaurier to Buffalo for McNabb and Jonathon Parker. McNabb is a big, 6’4”, defenseman who will boost the Kings already formidable defensive depth. The move to trade Fasching, who’s had a tremendous season this year for the Minnesota Gophers, will be interesting to watch over the next several years. After a difficult draft season that saw him fall out of the first round to a fourth round pick, Fasching has improved his stock once again and was arguably the best player for the United States in the recent World Juniors.

You can see the newest member of the LA Kings when they return to the Staples Center on March 13th to face the Toronto Maple Leafs which is also Jim Fox Bobblehead night. LA Kings Tickets for Bobblehead night start out at $55 per ticket and go up to $175 for center ice seats.

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Anaheim Ducks Keep On Flapping

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Ducks

The roll continues for the Anaheim Ducks. After starting the week with an uncharacteristic home loss to the Winnipeg Jets, their first loss at Honda Center this season, the Ducks swept consecutive games with their Southern California rivals, the Los Angeles Kings. Thursday night’s win at Honda Center and Saturday’s victory in the first ever outdoor game at Dodger Stadium has given the Ducks a seven point lead on the Chicago Blackhawks for the top overall record in hockey. Anaheim has just six games before the near month-long break for the Sochi Olympic games, all but one at Honda Center. Ducks Tickets for all games at the Honda Center are on sale now.

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Ducks

Week Recap: The Ducks returned home Tuesday night after a tough road swing to face the scrappy Winnipeg Jets. Cam Fowler opened the scoring for the Ducks just four minutes into the first period, only to see Winnipeg storm back on goals by Blake Wheeler, Andrew Ladd and Evander Kane to take a 3-1 lead. Nick Bonino would score his 16th of the season to pull the Ducks within a goal, but Anaheim was unable to solve the Jets further. The loss was the first home defeat of the season for the Ducks. Repeating the form they’ve shown all season the Ducks swept consecutive games versus the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday and Saturday. The Saturday game, the first ever outdoor game at Dodger Stadium, was won by the Ducks 3-0. Jonas Hiller shut out Los Angeles for his 20th career shutout while Corey Perry, Matt Beleskey and Andrew Cogliano scored for the Ducks, with Perry scoring his 28th goal of the year. The win was the 21st victory in 24 games for the Ducks, who’ve taken a commanding lead in the Pacific Division.

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Ducks Vs

The Week Ahead: The Ducks have an opportunity to extend their league-leading record with three games at home this week, Tuesday versus Minnesota, Thursday versus the Philadelphia Flyers and Saturday versus the Dallas Stars. All three teams are either out of the playoff race or fringe playoff contenders. The Wild, who are currently in 7th place in the Western Conference, feature are led by forward Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter. After a rough start the Philadelphia Flyers have rebounded and are currently tied for 8th in the Eastern Conference with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Philadelphia is led by Claude Giroux, one of the top centers in the league. Giroux leads Philadelphia with 47 points on the season. The Ducks play just one road game in their six games leading up to the Sochi Olympic games.

Where they stand: With 83 points the Ducks have the top overall record in hockey, seven points up on the Chicago Blackhawks for top overall record in the Western Conference and the National Hockey League. Anaheim is nine points up on the suddenly hot San Jose Sharks in the Pacific Division. San Jose has won their last six games.

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The LA Kings Arent Playing Like It

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Kings Vs Ducks

In a week where they badly needed to pick up some key victories the Los Angeles Kings are mired in perhaps their toughest stretch of the season, going winless over the past week to run their overall losing streak to five games. After losing consecutive road games in Boston and Columbus Los Angeles returned to Sourthern California and were swept in back-to-back games by their LA rivals, the league leading Anaheim Ducks. The second of the back-to-back contests was the much anticipated outdoor game at Dodger Stadium, taken by the Ducks 3-0.

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Kings Vs Ducks

Week Recap: Monday night the Kings lost a tough one in Boston to a solid Bruins team. Boston jumped on top 2-0 on first period goals by Brad Marchand and Torey Krug. The Kings fought back to tie the game on goals by Willie Mitchell and Jeff Carter, only to see Marchand score his second goal of the game just 18 seconds after Carter scored to tie the game at 2. The Bruins would hold on to the victory, and the Kings would go on to Columbus for the second half of a back-to-back. The Kings scored the first goal Tuesday night in Columbus on a tally by Dwight King only to see the Blue Jackets score consecutive first period goals by RJ Umberger and Ryan Johansen to go up 2-1. Jeff Carter notched his 20th goal of the season early in the second to tie the game at 2, but the Blue Jackets took control with three consecutive goals to put the game away. Martin Jones had a tough night in goal for the Kings. With three consecutive losses the Kings returned to Southern California for two with Anaheim. The Thursday and Saturday games were a big test and the chance for Los Angeles to make up ground on the NHL leaders. The two games, won by Anaheim via a combined score of 5-1 are an indication of just how strong of a club the Ducks have become. Anaheim is seemingly able to adapt to any opponents style, winning high scoring contests as well as gritty defensive games, like Thursday night at the Honda Center. The Kings were shut out Saturday night by the Ducks Jonas Hiller, putting the Ducks 19 points up on their division rivals.

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Kings Vs

Up next for the Kings: The upcoming schedule doesn’t get any easier for the Kings. Los Angeles travels north to face the San Jose Sharks on Monday night, following by an immediate trip to Phoenix to take on the Coyotes on Tuesday night. They then round out the week by finally returning to STAPLES Center to face Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday and the Philadelpia Flyers on Saturday night. Pittsburgh’s trip to Los Angeles will give Kings fans their lone opportunity to see the universally regarded best player in hockey, Sidney Crosby. The Penguins star is on track to win yet another league MVP award this season.

Where they stand: With 64 points the Kings are in sixth place in the Western Conference, five points behind the Colorado Avalanche and twelve points behind the San Jose Sharks.

The Kings face off against the Ducks two more times at the Staples Center once on March 15th and then again on April 12! All Ducks Vs Kings Tickets have no service fees on any ticket. Chris Michaels

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Barry’s Ticket Service is pleased to announce that we are having ANOTHER Stadium Series Tickets Contest for your chance to win two Kings Vs Ducks Tickets for the January 25th Dodger Stadium extravaganza! You can enter once or on each of our social media pages!

When the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings face off in an outdoor game at Dodger Stadium the two clubs will not only be making history with the first outdoor NHL game in Southern California, they’ll also be playing their second key game in three nights. Prior to the much anticipated game on Saturday, January 25 the Ducks and Kings will square off at Honda Center on Thursday, January 23. For the Kings it will be their first opportunity to face Anaheim with Jonathan Quick back in the lineup. The Kings goaltender is rounding into form after missing nearly two months with a pulled groin. If the Kings can slow down Anaheim they’ll be just the third team to beat Anaheim in the past six weeks. The Ducks are in the midst of the best streak in club history, winning 19 of their last 21.

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With just seven days left till the Los Angeles history making event of the LA Kings Vs Anaheim Ducks Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium Barry’s Ticket Service is offering an exclusive giveaway of Stadium Series Tickets to our followers on Instagram!

As the NHL Point leading Anaheim head into the final week before the Stadium Series game on Jan 25th they have two home games at the Honda Center. They face the Winnipeg Jets on Jan 21st for their second meeting of the season, in the first meeting on October 6th they defeated the Jets 3-2 in Winnipeg. Their only other home game of the week is a preview of what will come on Saturday when the LA Kings travel accross town to face them at the Honda Center on January 23rd in a game that is sure to set the tempo for Saturday. Ducks Tickets for all games at the Honda Center are available now.

The LA Kings on the other hand will be finishing up their road trip. With a loss last night to the Red Wings the Kings need to regroup quickly to face another tough game when they play the Boston Bruins on Monday Jan 20 and Tuesday the Columbus Blue Jacks. After back to back games they fly back to the west coast to face the league leading Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center on January 23rd. Then its on to the history Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium against the Ducks on January 25th. Kings Tickets for all home and away games are available now.

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Verification: The picture MUST be of you in your Kings or Ducks Gear! If contestant does not match the tagged picture the tickets will be forfeited. If you show a picture of a tattoo and win be prepared to show the tattoo when you pick up the tickets from our office.

Recieving the Tickets: Winner must pick up the Stadium Series Tickets from any one of our three offices on Saturday June 25th and show a valid ID. No exceptions will be made. Only the winner of the tickets can pick up the tickets they cannot be transferred into another name or picked up by anyone else. Contest does not include Lodging or Transportation to and from Dodger Stadium!

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On January 25th 2014 Los Angelenos will have their chance to witness NHL history as the Stadium Series makes its way to Dodger Stadium where rivals and the leagues leader in points the Anaheim Ducks take on the Los Angeles Kings in the first outdoor Hockey game at the Stadium. While its not the actual first outdoor game in “warm” weather that honor goes to Caesars Palace which held a exhibition pre-season game between the Rangers and LA Kings where the Kings won 5-1. This was also the first official outdoor NHL game.

Now is your chance to win a pair of Stadium Series Tickets and No Purchase Is Necessary. To Enter just follow the instructions below, you can use your Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or Google+ account or all four if you want but in order to enter you must follow all three steps or your entry will be disqualified. You can also checkout the layout of Dodger Stadium Seating Chart to see where the rink is by going to our Kings Vs Ducks Stadium Series Tickets page.

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Winner must pick up the tickets on January 24th 2014 or January 25th 2014 from one of our offices and present valid Identification when doing so. The winner of the contest is the only person that can pick up the tickets and tickets cannot be transferred into another party’s name. Winner will receive two tickets to the Stadium Series at Dodger Stadium game between the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings.

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Best Place To Sit Kings Ducks Dodger Stadium

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Stadium Series

With the success of the NHL Winter Classic, which this year pitted the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings in front of over one-hundred-thousand at the University of Michigan football Stadium, the National Hockey League has greatly expanded the number of outdoor games. This year the burgeoning tradition will include a unique matchup between the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium. The Southern California game will be held on January 25! You can purchase Kings Vs Ducks Stadium Series Tickets Now!

Where is the best place to sit in Dodger Stadium for the Stadium Series Game?

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Since there hasn’t been a hockey game at Dodger Stadium yet it’s a bit tough to say exactly where the best seating location for the Kings Vs Ducks game is. It is also a personal preference as to where you like to sit for a hockey game. Some people like to sit as close to the action as possible while others like a higher view as to be able to see actual plays develop. Others like the action coming at them so they prefer to sit behind the goal and just have too look forward the entire game.

The the reserve level at Dodger Stadium will give you what seems to be a great overview of all the action going on. Loge should give you a great view as well. For people who like to be closer down of course Field Box is the way to go.

The Dodger Stadium contest will feature the team with the best record in the National Hockey League, Anaheim, and the Los Angeles Kings, winners of the 2012 Stanley Cup. The red hot Ducks, behind the superstars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, lead the NHL with 75 points and are currently on a seven-game winning streak. Getzlaf and Perry are fourth and sixth in the NHL in scoring with forty-eight combined goals between them. They’ve helped lead one of the NHL’s most dynamic offenses and will be a stern test for Jonathan Quick and the elite Los Angeles Kings defense.

The Kings have had a solid season fighting through several key injuries including losing their All-Star goaltender Quick for nearly two months due to a groin injury. Los Angeles boasts a deep roster of talent including one of the top defensive corps in the NHL. The catalyst for the Kings success is Quick who returned from his injury on January 8th. The Kings are currently sixth in the Western Conference with 61 points, well within striking distance of Chicago and Anaheim for the top seeds in the conference.
Anaheim and Los Angeles will meet at the Honda Center on Thursday, January 23rd, two nights prior to the outdoor game. The doubleheader will give the Kings golden opportunity to make up ground on the Western Conference leaders immediately, adding additional intensity to the rivalry between the two Southern California teams.

The NHL will utilize technology first used during an outdoor game in Las Vegas in 1991. The Kings also played in the Vegas game in 1991 and despite temperatures that reached 85 degrees the ice held up the warm conditions. Like in Las Vegas the game will be played at night to mitigate temperature issues. Over the past several years the league has perfected the technology behind their portable refrigeration equipment they use for the outdoor games. The game at Dodger Stadium will reportedly be able to seat as many as 70,000 people, creating unique memories for Los Angeles hockey fans.

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LA Kings Having Trouble Scoring

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LA Kings

With three games at STAPLES Center and Jonathan Quick back in the lineup last week was a big week for the Los Angeles Kings. With the Anaheim Ducks running out to a commanding lead in the division the Kings were looking to make up ground on the Ducks. The Kings performed well, outshooting their opponents by a wide margin, but unfortunately ran into red hot goaltending from both the Minnesota Wild and the Detroit Red Wings. Behind strong performances from Wild goaltender Darcy Kuemper and Red Wings netminder Jimmy Carson the Kings finished the week with a win, a loss and an overtime loss.

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Kings Vs Wings

Week Recap: After defeating the Vancouver Canucks to kick off their home stand the Kings welcomed in the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night, minus goaltenders Josh Harding and Nicolas Backstrom, were starting third-stringer Darcy Kuemper in net. Kuemper put together a career-best performance, stopping 39 of the 40 shots he faced before Nino Niedereitter scored to put the game into overtime and then notched the game-winner in the shootout. The Kings returned to action on Thursday with an impressive victory over the Boston Bruins, perennial Eastern Conference power. The Kings jumped out to a 3-0 lead behind goals from Jeff Carter, Justin Williams and Alec Martinez, a lead that would eventually go to 4-1. Quick notched the victory, his second in three starts since his return. Unbeated in regulation in their last three games, Los Angeles welcomed in the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night. Los Angeles again dominated possession and shots on goal but lost at the hands of a hot goaltender. Jimmy Carson, who’ll join Quick on the USA hockey team, stopped 44 of the 45 shots he faced in earning the victory.

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Up next for the Kings: Los Angeles has one game remaining in their home stand, an important matchup with the Vancouver Canucks. Tickets for the Kings Vs Canucks are still available. Los Angeles kicked off the five game STAPLES Center stand by defeating the Canucks 3-1 in Quick’s first start back after missing nearly two months with an injured groin. The Canucks are currently in fourth place in the Pacific, two points behind the Kings and vying for a playoff spot in the tough Western Conference. A win for the Kings is crucial; following the Canucks game Los Angeles heads off on the road for a five-game road swing. The Kings round out next week with difficult road trips to St. Louis and Detroit. The last time Los Angeles visited the Blues, on January 2, they suffered their biggest loss of the season, 5-0. The Blues loss was the final Kings game before the return of Quick.

Where they stand: Los Angeles is currently in 6th place in the Western Conference, two points behind in the Colorado Avalanche and two points up on the Vancouver Canucks. They are 14 points behind the Anaheim Ducks who are on yet another long winning streak, of six games. In two weeks the Kings will have an immediate opportunity to make up ground on Anaheim, with consecutive games versus the Ducks, an outdoor game at Dodger Stadium and a matchup at STAPLES Center.By:Chris Michaels.

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