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**OFFICIAL** GDT 11/19 - Kings vs. Avalanche

Game Time: 7:30 PM PST | 10:30 PM EST
Location: Staples Center | Los Angeles, CA
TV Broadcast: Fox Sports Net
Radio Broadcast: KSPN AM 710
Online broadcast: Kings Webcast | NHL Radio


  • Jason LaBarbera, who had been excused from the team for personal issues, was back in the nets [Friday] at the El Segundo practice facility for the first time since Monday.
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Quotable:

"That's like a 'Gordie Howe hat trick' for Sean. He's been very good for us lately. He's had lots of jump and he's been playing with composure." - Andy Murray on Avery putting eight shots on goal, the highest single-game total of any game this season, being credited with three hits and, most importantly, not taking a single penalty.

"My main role on this team is shutting down the best line of the other team, but I always knew I had the skills to put up numbers and with the new rules, with my speed, I can do a lot more offensively. Especially now, when there's a lot more goals to be scored, and I think we need the contribution of everybody in the lineup." - Eric Belanger


Injury Update:
  • Defenseman Mattias Norstrom sustained a thigh bruise that stiffened and sat out the third period against the Canucks. Norstrom says he will test the leg in today's morning skate and then determine his status for the game.
  • George Parros, who suffered a high ankle sprain in the first period Thursday, likely is headed to the injured list, to be replaced by Ryan Flinn from Manchester of the AHL.
  • Luc Robitaille skated hard for more than an hour [Friday] and afterward said his lower right leg fracture, suffered Nov. 3, has healed and that he hopes to return to the lineup sometime next week.
  • Derek Armstrong (groin) also skated and said afterward that he felt tenderness but may play tonight against Colorado




(from NHL.com)

**2005-06 Stats**

Leading Scorers:

Forwards:

Demitra, LA - 26 points (8 G, 18 A, +9)
Tanguay, COL - 22 points (7 G, 15 A, +3)

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Defensemen:

Visnovsky, LA - 22 points (8 G, 14 A, +10)
Liles, COL - 16 points (5 G, 11 A, +3)

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Probable Starters:

Garon, LA - 11 GP | Record: 5-4-0 | GAA: 3.05
Aebischer, COL - 13 GP | Record: 8-4-0 | GAA: 3.44

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GAA:
LA - 2.85 (10th in NHL)
COL - 3.10 (17th in NHL)

Avg. Goals:
LA - 3.70 (5th in NHL)
COL - 4.00 (3rd in NHL)

Power Play %:
LA - 17.1 (20th in NHL)
COL - 19.8 (7th in NHL)

Penalty Kill %:
LA - 85.1 (8th in NHL)
COL - 85.5 (5th in NHL)


Code:
Pacific Division Standings:
1. Los Angeles Kings (13-6-1) 27 pts
2. Dallas Stars (13-6-1) 27 pts
3. Phoenix Coyotes (9-10-2) 20 pts
4. San Jose Sharks (8-8-2) 18 pts
5. Anaheim Mighty Ducks (7-9-4) 18 pts
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Western Conference Standings:
*1. Detroit Red Wings (15-4-2) 32 pts  
*2. Los Angeles Kings (13-6-1) 27 pts
*3. Vancouver Canucks (12-6-2) 26 pts
4. Nashville Predators (12-2-3) 27 pts
5. Dallas Stars (13-6-1) 27 pts
6. Calgary Flames (12-8-2) 26 pts
7. Colorado Avalanche (11-6-2) 24 pts
8. Edmonton Oilers (11-9-1) 23 pts
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9. Phoenix Coyotes (9-10-2) 20 pts
10. San Jose Sharks (8-8-2) 18 pts
11. Minnesota Wild (8-9-2) 18 pts
12. Anaheim Mighty Ducks (7-9-4) 18 pts
13. Chicago Blackhawks (8-11-0) 16 pts
14. Columbus Blue Jackets (5-15-0) 10 pts
15. St. Louis Blues (3-12-3) 9 pts

* - Division Leaders

Key/Division Games Tonight:
Phoenix Coyotes @ San Jose Sharks 7:30 PM PST | 10:30 PM EST

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