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Sharks Remain Hot Ticket on Kings December Schedule

After winning their first two games of the week over the Boston Bruins and Arizona Coyotes the Los Angeles Kings dropped a tough one to the Philadelphia Flyers Saturday at STAPLES Center by a 2-1 score. Even with the loss the Kings had a productive week. With six victories in their last ten games the Kings kept pace with the division leading Anaheim Ducks. The Kings dominant defense was the story of the week, with consecutive shutouts by Jonathan Quick and Martin Jones.

Up Next for the Kings: After playing an extended period on the West Coast the Kings now head east, kicking off a five-game road trip on Tuesday night in Buffalo versus the Sabres. After the game in Buffalo the Kings wrap up a tough week of road games with three in Canada. Thursday night Los Angeles makes the trip to Ottawa followed by a Friday night game in Montreal versus the east leading Canadians. The Kings wrap up the week on Sunday when they face the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The Kings have just four games left at the Staples Center this year and with a little bit of luck and a lot of skill the they can end December in 5th place in the Western Conference.

Thurs Dec 18th Vs St Louis Blues 7:30pm | Get In Price $33.00
The Kings and Blues have faced off once already on Oct 16th with LA winning 1-0 in a shootout. The Blues are sitting 3 points ahead of the Kings in the Western Conference so a win will help make up some ground it is also Drew Doughty Mini Stick Giveaway night. The average Blues vs Kings tickets price is $82.00

Sat Dec 20th Vs Arizona Coyotes 1:00pm | Get In Price $36.00
The Kings and Coyotes have played twice already with both games on the Coyotes home ice. The Kings won the last meeting on Dec 4th 4-0. Arizona is sitting in 13th place in the Western Conference. The average Coyotes vs Kings tickets price for the Staples Center is $53.00.

Mon Dec 22th Vs Calgary Flames 7:30pm | Get In Price $36.00
This will be the first meeting with the Flames this season but they will actually play twice in a week as LA will head up north and play the Calgary Flames on Dec 29th at the Scotiabank Saddledome. Calgary is sitting in 6th place in the Western Division 3 points in front of LA. Flames vs Kings tickets for the Staples Center have an average price of $57.00.

Sat Dec 27th Vs San Jose Sharks 7:30pm | Get In Price $70.00
Although having a rough season 7th place in the Western Division Sharks are always tough when it comes to the playing against LA. The game is on Saturday night as well as being played during a Holiday week and Holiday Pyrotechnic Extravaganza inside the Staples Center makes the Sharks vs Kings one of the most expensive games during the December schedule as well as their schedule in general. The Sharks vs Kings tickets at the Staples Center average price is $127.00.
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BY: Chris M.

Recap Flames 1 Kings 0 Staples Center

FLAMES 1, KINGS 0:
Saturday, February 18, 2012 7:00 PM
Staples Center

 Mike Cammalleri scored just over four minutes into the third period and Miikka Kiprusoff made 28 saves as the Flames edged the Kings to extend its point streak both overall and on the road to eight games.

Tom Kostopoulos notched an assist for the Flames, who improved to 5-0-3 in its last eight contests and 4-0-4 in its last eight away from home.

Kostopoulos chased down a loose puck and threw it toward the net from the right corner. The puck hit the side of the net and caromed into the low slot, where Cammalleri fired it past All-Star  at 4:03 of the third for his 14th goal of the season and fifth in 14 games with Calgary.

Kiprusoff turned aside nine shots in the first period, 12 in the second and seven in the third for his 44th career shutout and fourth this campaign.

Quick made 17 saves for the Kings, who were blanked for the eighth time this season and second in as many games. Los Angeles, which has dropped five 1-0 decisions this campaign and three this month, has scored fewer than two goals in 12 of its 20 contests in 2012.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Calgary jumped ahead of Los Angeles for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. … The Kings have scored a total of seven goals in their last nine losses. … Brent Sutter’s Flames have scored once in each of their three meetings with Darryl Sutter’s Kings this season but have posted two victories. … Los Angeles has recorded two tallies or less in nine of its last 11 matchups with Calgary.

Up next for the Los Angeles Kings the Chicago Blackhawks on Feb 25th at the Staples Center. You can purchase Blackhawks Vs Kings Tickets now! We stock Kings Tickets for all games at the Staples Center as well as all road games. Dont forget to sign up to win free Kings Tickets.

Preview Calgary at Los Angeles Staples Center

Flames Vs Kings

When: 7:00 PM  PST, Saturday, February 18, 2012
Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles, California

THE STORY: The Calgary Flames have been earning points at every turn as they claw their way toward a playoff spot in the Western Conference. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Kings, who host the Flames on Saturday, have struggled to score and are in danger of landing on the wrong side of the postseason bubble. Calgary, which trails Los Angeles by two points for eighth place in the West, is 4-0-3 in its last seven overall games and 3-0-4 in seven on the road. The Kings have dropped five of seven and scored a total of seven goals in their last eight losses.

TV: 10 p.m. ET, FSN West (Los Angeles)

ABOUT THE FLAMES (27-22-9): Despite notching a point in seven straight road games, Calgary has lost nine of its last 12 away from home. The Flames have dropped 20 of their last 27 meetings with Pacific Division teams. The line of captain Jarome Iginla, Olli Jokinen and Alex Tanguay has registered 13 goals and 27 points in seven games as a unit. Jokinen has recorded at least one point in seven of his last eight contests.

ABOUT THE KINGS (27-20-11): Los Angeles has scored one goal or less in five of its last seven games and 11 of 19 in 2012. It also has had difficulty finding the net against Calgary, recording two goals or fewer in eight of the last 10 matchups. Mike Richards enters with a 13-game goal-scoring drought. He has just one tally in 23 contests, with that goal coming against Calgary on Jan. 14. Defenseman Davis Drewiske played in Thursday’s loss to Phoenix Coyotes, his first appearance since Darryl Sutter took over as coach in late December. Drewiske had been a healthy scratch for the previous 24 games.

OVERTIME:

1. The Kings have been involved in six 1-0 games this season, losing four – including two this month.

2. The teams have had opposite results on Saturdays recently as Calgary has won six of seven on the day and Los Angeles has lost nine of 11.

3. Darryl and Brent Sutter are squaring off for the third time this season. Darryl’s Kings have outscored Brent’s Flames 5-2 while going 1-0-1.

PREDICTION: Flames 3, Kings 2.

Congradulations to Mike Tumian he won a pair of Free Kings Tickets for tonights game.