November 16, 2011 7 Comments
This season, their power play is carrying them offensively, ranking seventh in the league with a 20.3 percent rating, through games played on November 15.
But like the last two seasons, the Kings are struggling to score at even strength, especially five-on-five, dragging them down to 23rd in the league in goals scored, with an average of 2.41 goals per game.
If you take a spin around the World Wide Web, criticism of the Kings’ system and the coaching staff abound. Many emphatically claim that the system that head coach Terry Murray has the Kings playing is archaic, that it stifles offensive production, and that it should be scrapped.
They also insist that Murray should be fired. A good portion also seem to want him run out of town on a rail, and that is putting it mildly. Read more of this post