Dustin Brown's Hat Trick Secures Kings Victory Over Wild 7-3Dustin Brown had three goals and an assist and the Los Angeles Kings won their fifth straight game, 7-3 over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday.
Staal, Stalock Lead Wild Past Kings 5-1Eric Staal scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period, Alex Stalock stopped 30 shots and the Minnesota Wild beat the Los Angeles Kings 5-1 Saturday night. Gerald Mayhew, Joel Eriksson Ek, Mikko Koivu and Jared Spurgeon also scored, and Matt Dumba added two assists for Minnesota, which has won three of four after beginning the year 1-6.
Parise Reaches 700 points, Wild Top Kings 3-1The Wild have scored a power-play goal in five of their past six games, going 7 for 23 since Oct. 27.
Gaborik, Kings Win 6th Straight With 5-2 Victory Over WildSome goals are more memorable than others. Marian Gaborik and Anze Kopitar combined on one Tuesday night that they won't soon forget. Gaborik scored twice in the third period to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Minnesota Wild 5-2 for their sixth straight victory.
Wild Break Losing Streak, Win 3 – 0 Over LA KingsThe five-game losing streak, the January power-play drought and the creeping sense of frustration all vanished in one cathartic evening for the Minnesota Wild.
Wild Claim Stoll From Rangers Off WaiversThe Minnesota Wild have claimed center Jarret Stoll off waivers from the New York Rangers. The move was made on Tuesday, before the Wild played the Vancouver Canucks. The Wild host the Rangers on Thursday.
Wild Bow To Kings In Overtime WinThe Los Angeles Kings had to work overtime to get their first victory of the season. Anze Kopitar scored 2:19 into overtime, Tyler Toffoli connected on a power play in the second period and the Kings beat the Minnesota Wild 2-1 Friday night.
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Kings Score 4 Goals In 1st Period, Beat Wild 4-0Dustin Brown's goal and assist helped ignite a four-goal first period, Martin Jones earned his fifth career shutout, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Minnesota Wild 4-0 on Wednesday night. Mike Richards, Tyler Toffoli and Justin Williams also scored for the Kings, who won on the road for just the second time this season.
Quick, LA Kings Edge Wild 2-1 For 4th Straight WinThe Los Angeles Kings spent much of the afternoon trapped in their own end while the Minnesota Wild pelted them with 41 shots. Thanks to Jonathan Quick and two more timely contributions from That 70s Line, the Kings are still perfect on their homestand.
'Miracle On Ice' Member Bob Suter DiesBob Suter, a member of the "Miracle On Ice" team that won the Olympic gold medal in 1980 and the father of Minnesota Wild star Ryan Suter, died Tuesday at the age of 57. The Wild announced Suter's death and called him "a great hockey ambassador, he was a terrific person off the ice who will be greatly missed." The team did not disclose other details.
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Wild Sends Zucker To AHLThe Minnesota Wild trimmed their roster over the weekend, sending promising young forward Jason Zucker and two other players to Iowa of the AHL. Forwards Brett Bulmer and Jake Dowell also were assigned to Iowa. But Zucker was the only mild surprise in the group. The speedster Zucker had four goals and one assist in 20 games for the Wild last season. But he was unlikely to play on opening night against the Los Angeles Kings, so the Wild sent him down to get some work in with the Iowa Wild, the team's new AHL affiliate.
Kings' Brown Makes Case To Keep Squad TogetherAfter two straight playoff runs extending well into June, Dustin Brown believes the Los Angeles Kings only get the full benefit of all that experience if they stay together.
Kings Look Ahead After Championship Run Falls ShortLos Angeles is the 14th consecutive NHL champion to fail to repeat, but the first in four years to make it back to the conference finals the next year.