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Both Kings and Ducks players heading to the Winer Olympics
While the NHL takes a sixteen day break for the Winter Olympic Games, several Los Angeles Kings stars were front and center in the prelimary round of Olympic hockey. Jonathan Quick and Dustin Brown helped the United States finish pool play with a 2-0-1 record, while Jeff Carter and Drew Doughty played major roles in Canada's advancement to the medal round. While Anze Kopitar played a pivotal role in Slovenia winning their first ever Olympic hockey game, Slava Voynov and Russia struggled at times, losing to the United States and needing penalty shots to defeat a disappointing Slovakia team. Here's a rundown of the Kings players in the Sochi Games.
Anaheim Ducks stars were front and center in the prelimary round of Olympic hockey. Cam Fowler helped United States finish pool play with a 2-0-1 record, while Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry played key roles in Canada's advancement to the medal round. Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller has been nearly unbeatable in goal while Teemu Selanne, Sami Vatanen and Jakob Silfverberg are all advancing to the medal round for Finland and Sweden.
The Kings and Ducks pick up the Stanley Cup Chase right where they left off before the break The Ducks leading the points leader in the Western Conference and the Kings in seventh place. The two meet faceoff at the Staples Center on March 15th and end the 2013-2014 NHL season at the Staples Center on April 12th.