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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.

Biggest game for LA Kings since 1993

The eighth-seeded Los Angeles Kings will try to earn their first Stanley Cup Finals berth since 1993 when they host the Phoenix Coyotes today in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals.

The Los Angeles Kings have crafted one of the most dominant playoff performances in recent memory, leaving them a win away from reaching the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in 19 years. They’ll get their first crack at it Sunday afternoon as they entertain the Phoenix Coyotes in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. A capacity crowd is expected at the Staples Center, which has already seen plenty of playoff action this weekend and could be the site of the Kings’ biggest win since 1993.

Given the way Los Angeles has played this postseason, it’s easy to forget that the club came into the Stanley Cup tournament as the eighth seed in the West. And yet, despite having to tangle with the top three teams in the conference, the Kings are just the third team in NHL history to take 3-0 leads in each of its first three series. Los Angeles failed to close out Vancouver at home, dropping Game 4 of its first-round series for its only loss of the playoffs. The Kings used home-ice to beat the St. Louis Blues in the fourth game of round two and will look to do the same against the Coyotes.

Little has gone right for Phoenix in the conference finals. After coming in on a high following a five-game elimination of the Nashville Predators, the Coyotes‘ vaunted defense has been overmatched by a deep, speedy Kings roster that has generated 116 shots through the first three games of the series. Coach Dave Tippett noted that his club took several penalties in the third period of Game 3 that perhaps shouldn’t have been called. “The game is turning a little dishonest and it’s embellishment by players,” Tippett said. “When it’s done well, it’s very hard for the referees, very hard

Barrys Tickets still has some Kings Tickets left for todays game, you can purchase the tickets online and pick them up at our office next to the staples center or feel free to give us a call and one of our live reps will be happy to help you.

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Western Conference Kings and Coyotes Square off

Kings Vs Coyotes

Kings Vs Coyotes

The NHL has quite a surprise on their hands with the Western Conference Finals as it features 2 teams nobody really expected to be here several months ago. Your two teams are the 8th seeded Los Angeles Kings and the 3 seeded Phoenix Coyotes.

Entering the post season the Kings finished only 2 points behind the Coyotes but thanks to league rules that state a division winner gets a top 3 seed, the Coyotes leapfrogged over several teams with more total points and were able to earn home ice advantage for the first round of the playoffs.

The Kings lost their final 2 games of the regular season to the San Jose Sharks knocking them down into the 8th seed and giving them the task of having to knock off the top seeded Vancouver Canucks to advance to the second round.

The Kings started the playoffs red hot as they took the first 3 games of the series from the Canucks to take a 3-0 series lead. In game 4 however, the Kings stumbled as they lost to the Canucks to make the series 3-1. In game 4 the Kings were able to rebound thanks to a Jarret Stoll overtime goal which gave the Kings the series victory over the Canucks and propelled them to the second round to take on the second seeded St. Louis Blues.

Just like in the first round, the Kings had to open the series on the road and once again won both games on the opponents ice sending them back to L.A. with a 2 games to none lead. In game 3 the Kings were able to excite the home crowd as they won again, this time by a score of 4-2 to take a 3-0 series lead for the second straight round. Unlike in round 1 where the Kings were unable to close out the series on home ice, the Kings were able to defeat the Blues 2-1 in game 4 to send the Staples Center crowd into euphoria and advancing the Kings into the third round of the playoffs and a date with the Phoenix Coyotes.

During the regular season these 2 teams split the series at 3 games a-piece with the most recent game being a 5-4 shootout victory for the Coyotes back on February 21st.

Both of the goaltenders in this upcoming series have been red hot during the postseason as Jonathan Quick leads all active goalies in playoff GAA right now with a 1.55 GAA and .949 save percentage while Mike Smith has been almost as good sporting a 1.85 GAA with a save percentage of .946.

While it is expected that this series will be low scoring, it needs to be pointed out that the Kings are averaging 3 goals per game in the playoffs while the Coyotes are averaging 2.64 goals per game, so a high scoring game is not entirely out of the question. With the stellar goaltending however it would not be surprising at all to see one game end 1-0 and the following game be a 5-4 finale.

As of now it is unknown when the series will start, but you can bet that it will be an exciting matchup and ultimately will send a team from the Pacific Division to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 2007 when the Anaheim Ducks represented the Pacific Division en route to their Stanley Cup victory

Los Angeles Kings 2012 Playoffs?

With 5 games remaining in the regular season for the Los Angeles Kings, the playoff race is as tight as ever and every point is incredibly valuable. Right now the race in the Pacific division for the division crown is between 4 different teams. The Dallas Stars with 89 points, the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks with 88 points, and the Phoenix Coyotes with 87 points. Currently it appears 3 of these 4 teams will make the playoffs with 1 of them earning the 3 seed and home ice advantage in the first round thanks to winning the division.

The Kings have a very favorable schedule in the home stretch as they face cellar dwellers Edmonton Oilers, Minnesota Wild, and Edmonton again before taking on the Sharks in their final 2 games of the season. The Sharks will finish off the season playing only division rivals as they will face the Phoenix Coyotes once and Dallas Stars and Los Angeles Kings twice which should help create some parity in points in the division. The Dallas Stars have a very tough schedule as they will face division leaders Vancouver and St. Louis before the season ends and Phoenix also has to face the St. Louis Blues once before the season ends. The Kings definitely do have the schedule on their side to close out the season and should be able to make it into the playoffs. The question is will it be as a 3, 7, or 8 seed. If the Kings miss out on the playoffs however, they will nobody to blame but themselves.

Barrys Tickets will have Kings Tickets for all 2012 Kings Playoff Games for both home and away games.