January 31, 2013 2 Comments
PRACTICE UPDATE: Dustin Brown talks about the improvement he sees from the Los Angeles Kings over their last four games, and he talks about their power play woes. Forwards Jeff Carter and Dustin Penner are also featured.
EL SEGUNDO, CA — After five games in the abbreviated 2013 National Hockey League season, the Los Angeles Kings are now 2-2-1, having won their last two games against the Phoenix Coyotes on January 26, and the Vancouver Canucks on January 28.
Although a .500 record over five games is nothing to write home about, the Kings have shown signs of improvement in each of their last four games.
“I think our best game was our last game,” said team captain Dustin Brown. “From start to finish, we gave up a lot less Grade A scoring chances against what was probably the best offensive team we’ve played, besides Chicago.”