Frozen Royalty Audio and NHL Video: LA Kings Dominate, But End Up Escaping With 4-3 Win Over Colorado

p>LOS ANGELES — After dominating the first fifty minutes of their matinee contest against the Colorado Avalanche at Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 26, scoring four times, the Los Angeles Kings let down in a big way and came within a hair of coughing up their four-goal lead. Read more of this post


LA Kings Come Up Just Short At Colorado on NHL Video

Right wing Alexander Frolov deflected a point shot by defenseman Drew Doughty at 18:39 of the third period to left the Los Angeles Kings into a 3-3 tie with the Colorado Avalanche at the end of regulation play, but Avs right wing Chris Stewart scored the shootout game-winner, leading Colorado to a 4-3 win over the Kings at Pepsi Center in Denver on March 24.

The Avs jumped out to a 3-1 lead after one period, getting a big assist from the Kings, who took ten minutes worth of penalties and allowed two power play goals. Read more of this post

Frozen Royalty Audio and NHL Video: LA Kings Get Their Swagger Back In 4-3 OT Win Over Avs

LOS ANGELES — After three weeks of mostly poor efforts leading to a very mediocre 4-4-1 record since the Olympic break, the Los Angeles Kings displayed the fierce intensity and swagger they have lacked in a 4-3 overtime victory over the Colorado Avalanche on March 22 at Staples Center.

Ryan Smyth scored two goals to lead the Kings. Drew Doughty scored the overtime game-winner his fourteenth goal of the season, on a huge blast from the top of the right circle with the Kings on the power play.

Wayne Simmonds also scored for the Kings. Chris Stewart, Peter Mueller and T.J. Galiardi scored for the Avs.

Galiardi’s goal came on a rebound of a shot by Paul Stastny with just 6.6 seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Read more of this post

Avalanche Creates Confusion For Kings In 4-3 Shootout Win

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Kings have struggled lately against the Colorado Avalanche and despite the fact that the Avs were without star center Joe Sakic on Saturday night, those struggles continued as the Avs disappointed an announced sell-out crowd of 18,118 fans at Staples Center by handing the Kings a 4-3 shootout defeat. Read more of this post