Not only did the Kings win, but they actually dictated the play for much of the game, which has been a rarity against Chicago the past several years. They actually didn't look way slower than Chicago like they usually do. Chicago obviously dominated the last 10 minutes, but that was to be expected with them pressing to score.
I'm very impressed that the Kings forced Chicago to run around for a decent portion of that game.
Win or lose, the Kings are playing for each other and showing some emotion on the ice. They have a coach behind the bench that coaches. I hope the wins continue.
The Kings only scored 2 goals and started slow, but from the second period on, they matched up with the Hawks and traded chances. That was very encouraging. The 4th line was on fire tonight, it was nice seeing them get some PK and PP time. Sutter will reward his players with ice time, I love that.
The PP still needs a lot of work. Kompon still needs to go.