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GDT: Los Angeles Kings @ Chicago Blackhawks 03/11/2012


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#1 OFFLINE   Selly

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Posted 11 March 2012 - 10:17 AM

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Posted 11 March 2012 - 01:33 PM

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7:00 PM Central Time


Game televised on NBCSN(HD) and TSN2.


Kings Radio Broadcast and Blackhawks Radio Broadcast are also available.


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This is the fourth and final regular season matchup between the Kings and the Blackhawks. The first meeting on Nov 11 in Los Angeles saw the Hawks come away with a 2-1 victory. The Kings shut out the Hawks in the next two matchups: Dec 28 in Chicago (2-0) and February 25 in Los Angeles (4-0).


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Jarret Stoll has the hot hand against Chicago, with 2 goals and 3 assists in 3 games.


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With the Blackhawks getting shut out in 2 of 3 matchups this season, no one really has the hot hand vs the Kings, but Andrew Brunette picked up a goal in the first meeting of the season between the 2 teams.


Game preview from NHL.com


Big story: The Hawks and Kings come into this game on opposite ends of the spectrum after similar games they each were part of Friday night. Chicago managed to eke out a 4-3 come-from-behind victory at home against the New York Rangers by scoring three goals in the last seven minutes of the game, while the Kings coughed up a late lead in Detroit by allowing two goals in the last four minutes of regulation to lose by an identical 4-3 score. The Blackhawks will still likely be without Jonathan Toews (concussion), their star captain and top center, but are keeping their heads above water with a 5-4-0 mark in the nine straight games he's missed. The Kings have now dropped two straight after winning three in a row following the Feb. 27 expiration of the NHL trade deadline – keeping them clumped with Calgary, San Jose and Colorado in a tight race for the last playoff spot in the West.


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Kings: It doesn't get much tougher to take than the way the Kings let Friday night's game in Detroit slip away. After Dwight King swatted home a rebound with just 5:54 left in regulation to take a 3-2 lead, it looked like L.A. would escape Joe Louis Arena with a big two points in the Kings' quest to qualify for the playoffs in the ultra-competitive Western Conference. Instead, Valtteri Filppula tied it a little less than two minutes later and then Johan Franzen found Darren Helm for a beautiful tip-in goal in front with just 1:13 left to play for the eventual game-winner. The Kings have dropped two straight games, come to Chicago just as hungry for points and also need to erase that Detroit loss as quickly as possible.

"It was a tough last five minutes of the game," King said. "Every loss at this point of the season, it's tough. It isn't pretty, the race that we're in. We didn't make it any better for ourselves, but no matter what it hurts to lose."

Blackhawks: On the other side of the spectrum reside the Blackhawks, who are feeling pretty good about themselves after potting three late goals in the third period against Henrik Lundqvist to beat the Rangers on Friday night. Patrick Sharp, Johnny Oduya and Patrick Kane all scored in the third period to help their team earn a big two points toward the Hawks' playoff situation – which finds them sitting sixth in the West just a handful of points ahead of Phoenix and behind Central Division rival Nashville. Ray Emery will get his fifth straight start in net, while the Hawks will try to get something going against Quick after getting blanked by him two times in a row.

"We saw one of the best in the League (Friday) night (in Lundqvist) and those are the kinds of goals you have to score," Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said. "You need traffic, you need shots that get through and you need second opportunities. They don't have to be pretty goals to get you on the board."


Injury Report: Simon Gagne (upper body) and Scott Parse are both on injured reserve for Los Angeles; Toews (upper body/concussion) and defenseman Steve Montador (upper body/concussion) will both be out for Chicago.



:hockey1: Enjoy the game everyone! :hockey1:



Special thanks to Selly for opening the book for this game! :JC_ThankYou:


This point has been edited by BruinsHawksGal: 11 March 2012 - 01:36 PM

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Posted 11 March 2012 - 02:54 PM

Go Kings Go! :king2:
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Posted 11 March 2012 - 03:51 PM

GO HAWKS!!!
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#5 OFFLINE   Big Chief Tomahawk

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Posted 11 March 2012 - 05:22 PM

Heading out for the game. Let's solve Jimmy Quick!
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Posted 11 March 2012 - 07:23 PM

A 4 on 1 for a real early score when in fact even earlier than that off the opening face off came ridiculously close to being a goal also. So I must ask about Chicago sports , how pathetically insufficient do our basics for the way players are prepared , and taught to play , have to be before a member of management is ( FIRED ) ?

Good Lord , Emery should have stood up and barked , no make that Howled at his team mates to get their shit together NOW !
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Posted 11 March 2012 - 07:28 PM

Heading out for the game. Let's solve Jimmy Quick!
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Jimmy ? ...hmm maybe Jonathan ?
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Posted 12 March 2012 - 07:54 AM

Jimmy ? ...hmm maybe Jonathan ?

Heh, heh! That's what I get for trying to post while I'm hustling kids out the door so we can get to the game. Looks like my fingers & brain got crossed!

Both Kings goals were atrocious. We did clamp down quite a bit in the last 2 periods. I think the Kings only got about 12 shots after the 1st. Would've liked the two points, but we had no shooters left toward the end!
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Posted 12 March 2012 - 09:10 AM

Jonathan Quick and Mike Richards made sure the Los Angeles Kings earned a full two points.

Quick was perfect in goal when he needed to be, and Richards scored the lone goal in a six-round shutout to give the Kings a 3-2 victory over the Blackhawks on Sunday night.

Richards beat Ray Emery with a quick wrist shot after Emery stopped the Kings' first five shooters.


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1st: JONATHAN QUICK
2nd: RAY EMERY
3rd: JARRET STOLL
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