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** GDT #53: Los Angeles Kings @ New York Islanders, Thursday 1/31/'08 @ 4:00 pm PT **

I don't have time for my normal GDT today ... but "Law" does such a damn great job on the Islanders board, and I've gotten a PM from him in the past so hopefully he or no one else minds but I'm just going to copy & paste his GDT and give it a couple LA Kings tweaks instead of his Islanders colors ... please be sure to send all GDT thank yous to "LAW" in the HF NY Islander's GDT here = http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=472210 Thank you Law !


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GAME #53

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JANUARY 31st | 7:00PM | NASSAU COLISEUM | UNIONDALE, NY


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2007-08 HEAD TO HEAD
.....Date..........Home/Away..........Result..........Score.....
Jan 31Home--


STATS

..........TEAM COMPARISON..........
54POINTS43
24-21-6RECORD20-29-3
126GOALS145
146GOALS AGAINST172
2SHUTOUTS1
#22PP RANK#5
#6PK RANK#29
34PP GOALS48
37PP GOALS ALLOWED44
7SH GOALS6
9SH GOALS ALLOWED4

............TEAM LEADERS............
Mike Comrie - 37POINTSAnze Kopitar - 47
Bill Guerin - 18GOALSDustin Brown - 24
Mike Comrie - 23ASSISTSAnze Kopitar - 27
Bergenheim/Comeau - +3+/-Derek Armstrong - +2
Andy Sutton - 78PIMBlake/Ivanans - 80
Radek Martinek – 22:08ATOIRob Blake - 22:47
Marc-Andre Bergeron - 7PP GOALSDutin Brown - 10
Vasicek/Sillinger/Park - 2SH GOALSMichal Handzus - 3
Bill Guerin - 140SOGPatrick O'Sullivan - 150


PREVIEW


ISLES SEARCHING FOR HOME SUCCESS AS KINGS VISIT LONG ISLAND

The Islanders play host to the young and talented Los Angeles Kings, tonight at the Nassau Coliseum.

At practice on Wednesday, the Islanders were without five players – Rick DiPietro, Mike Sillinger, Ruslan Fedotenko, Andy Sutton and Bryan Berard –as well as Gerard Gallant, who are all suffering from the flu.

On Thursday, the Islanders will host their third Western Conference team of the season. They take on a struggling, but talented Kings team that in the near future will undoubtedly be one of the best teams in the West. Here's a closer look at some of their young stars, who you probably haven't heard of.


ANZE KOPITAR - Anze Kopitar, the Slovenian-native made a huge splash his rookie season in 2006-07. As a 19-year old, Kopitar placed third on the Kings in points with 61. The Kings' 2005 first-round pick totaled 20 goals, along with 41 assists. A season later, Kopitar has become a team leader, pacing the Kings with 47 points through 52 games. Last weekend, he joined fellow stars at the All-Star competition in Atlanta. Kopitar is not the fastest guy on the ice, but he can dangle as well as anyone.

DUSTIN BROWN - Only 23-years old, Brown was the Kings' first round pick in 2003. After setting career-highs in goals, assists and points the last two seasons, Brown has already reached a new career-high with 24 goals and is on pace to smash his 46 points from last season, having already accumulated 40. Brown's 24 goals put him in the top 15 in the entire league.

JACK JOHNSON - In a bizarre twist, the Carolina Hurricanes traded their highly-touted No. 3 overall selection in 2005, defenseman Jack Johnson, along with Oleg Tverdovsky to the Los Angeles Kings for forward Eric Belanger and defenseman Tim Gleason at the beginning of the 2006-07 season. The offensively-minded puck moving defenseman is playing in his first full season with the Kings. He has had much success playing with the United States in international competition as a junior player.

ALEXANDER FROLOV - If you're looking for a player who the same stickhandling ability as Alexei Kovalev or Pavel Datsyuk, look no further than Alexander Frolov. The 25-year old Russian, selected in the first round in 2000 has magical hands. He's played set-up man this year, assisting on 27 goals, which is tied for first with Kopitar.
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LINEUPS / INJURIES


- NEW YORK ISLANDERS -

.........................LW..................................................C..................................................RW.........................
10 - Richard ParK89 - Mike Comrie13 - Bill Guerin (C)
57 - Blake Comeau63 - Josef Vasicek81 - Miro Satan
20 - Sean Bergenheim18 - Mike Sillinger (A)7 - Trent Hunter
2 - Aaron Johnson11 - Andy Hilbert28 - Tim Jackman

.........................D..................................................D.........................
32 - Brendan Witt (A)24 - Radek Martinek
8 - Bruno Gervais44 - Freddy Meyer
25 - Andy Sutton47 - Marc-Andre Bergeron

..............................G..............................
34 - Wade Dubielewicz
39 - Rick DiPietro


.........................Player..................................................Injury.........................
Jon SimKnee (IR)
Shawn BatesHip (IR)
Chris CampoliShoulder (Out)
Ruslan FedotenkoFlu (Out)

PLAYER NOTES:
--D Bryan Berard, a healthy scratch in 14 of the previous 21 games, returned to the lineup because D Andy Sutton was out with the flu, and scored his first goal since Oct. 18.

--LW Sean Bergenheim has only four goals in 47 games this season, but two have come in the last three games, including the Islanders' first goal Tuesday against Ottawa.

--RW Miroslav Satan's slump continues in his free-agent walk year; he has one goal in his past 16 games since Dec. 26.

NOTES & QUOTES:
--Isles goalie Rick DiPietro made 15 saves and allowed just one goal in the first period of Sunday's All-Star Game, an 8-7 East victory. Despite tweaking his hip in Saturday's skills competition, DiPietro said "it's back to the grind" and also played in Tuesday's game against Ottawa, making 21 saves in his 12th start in 13 games.

"My brother back home called me (Saturday night), somebody else text-messaged me, then one of the coaches called me about Ricky and somebody else called me about Ricky," Nolan said when asked how he found out that DiPietro might've injured himself. "I put a call right into (Isles general manager) Garth and found out there was nothing to worry about."

--Rookie LW Blake Comeau, who has received mostly fourth-line ice time since he was recalled from Bridgeport, skated Tuesday against Ottawa on the third line with Mike Sillinger and Trent Hunter

"Last game before the All-Star break (in Boston), we felt that (Comeau) was probably one of our best forwards on the ice," Nolan said. "He was skating well; he was making some good plays. He deserves a little more ice time."

Added Comeau: "I will play the same physical game and try to get them the puck when I can...(Andy) Hilbert, (Tim) Jackman and I were successful keeping it simple and getting it in deep. Playing with different guys won't change that."

QUOTE TO NOTE
"I think when you play against opposition that you have a lot of respect for and you know they're one of the premier teams in the league, you have to raise your level of play. If you don't, they'll blow you out of the water. If you don't play at the top of your game and you're not ready to play, it can be a long night." -- Coach Ted Nolan, before the Isles committed several turnovers in a 5-2 loss Tuesday against East-leading Ottawa.
INSIDE SHOTS:
Ted Nolan often calls the NHL season a marathon, but he said Monday that the Islanders need to "start our sprint" early within their final 32 games after the All-Star break to avoid needing a late flourish to sneak into the playoffs at the end of the season.

With goalie Rick DiPietro sidelined with a concussion, the Islanders needed and produced wins in their final four games to qualify as the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference on the final day of the 2007 regular season.

"That's something you don't want to have to do every year," Nolan said. "We'd take it again, but hopefully, we can go on a run and avoid that. The season is a long marathon, but we're coming into the sprint part of it. In order for us to get there, we have to play our game. I know it's tough to play mistake-free, but we have to make sure we limit our mistakes and turnovers. We have to rely on our systems and our defensive play. If we can keep each game close, hopefully we can come out in the end."

The Isles' 24-20-6 record coming out of the All-Star break was slightly better than the 22-21-4 mark they boasted at this point last season. Before Tuesday's 5-2 loss to Ottawa, the Isles began play tied for eighth position in the log-jammed East, but were just five points out of first place in the Atlantic Division, with their next game slated for Thursday at home against NHL-worst Los Angeles.

"It's good for the game," captain Bill Guerin said of the tight playoff race. "My feeling is I think everybody's going to stick around and stick around. We'll see who gets hot and who's not at the right and wrong time late in the year. That's probably what it's going to come down to.

"We want to win our division. We want to secure as high a seed as we can. We don't want to come in under the radar. We want to come in as best we can. It's going to take a lot of hard work but with the way we've played this year at times, I'm pretty confident that we'll be in the thick of things when it comes down to it."

SENATORS 5, ISLANDERS 2: Ted Nolan could've been talking about the big picture or the short-term for the Islanders when he said succinctly following the Islanders' 5-2 loss to Ottawa, "It's a very tough way to start." Tough, that is, to turn the puck over constantly and spot the East's most skilled team a three-goal lead early in the second period. And tougher, perhaps, to open the second half of what Nolan described as a 32-game sprint to the finish line with a sloppy loss when every standings point means so much in the muddled Eastern Conference playoff picture. The Isles mounted pressure in the latter two periods and drew within 3-2 on goals by Sean Bergenheim and Bryan Berard, but Marc-Andre Bergeron's neutral-zone turnover translated to a back-breaking goal by Mike Fisher with 4:57 remaining.


- LOS ANGELES KINGS -

.........................LW..................................................C..................................................RW.........................
12 - Patrick O'Sullivan11 - Anze Kopitar23 - Dustin Brown
28 - Matt Moulson7 - Derek Armstrong24 - Alexander Frolov
19 - Kyle Calder26 - Michal Handzus21 - Brian Willsie
41 - Raitis Ivanans27 - Scott Thornton (A)29 - Jeff Giuliano

.........................D..................................................D.........................
4 - Rob Blake (C)3 - Jack Johnson
6 - Brad Stuart17 - Lubomir Visnovsky (A)
44 - Jaroslav Modry42 - Tom Preissing

..............................G..............................
35 - Jason LaBarbera
37 - Jean-Sebastien Aubin

.........................Player..................................................Injury.........................
Michael Cammalleri Rib (IR)
Ladislav Nagy Neck (Questionable)
Brian Willsie Back (Out)

PLAYER NOTES:
--LW Matt Moulson, recalled Monday from the American Hockey League, scored a third-period goal. Moulson now has four goals in 15 career NHL games.

--LW Raitis Ivanans agreed to a two-year contract extension before the game.

--LW Ladislav Nagy missed a fourth consecutive game with a sore neck. His status is considered day to day.

--RW Brian Willsie returned to the lineup after missing four consecutive games with a sore back.

--LW Michael Cammalleri missed a 15th consecutive game with bruised ribs. No timetable has been set for Cammalleri's return, as he continues to experience some pain.
NOTES & QUOTES:
--The Kings extended their woes in Philadelphia, where they are now 0-8-1 in their last nine games. The Kings' last victory in Philadelphia came on April 1, 1993, when Kings rookie defenseman Jack Johnson was 6 years old.

--The Kings have the fewest points (43) in the NHL, although they have moved ahead of last year's pace, when the Kings finished with the third-worst record in the league. Last season's team had 40 points through 52 games.

--The Kings allowed one power-play goal in four Philadelphia chances. The Kings had killed 12 consecutive penalties in their three previous games combined.

QUOTE TO NOTE
"I know it didn't go off (Scott Hartnell's) stick. It just bounced off the ice and hit his shin pad and it went in. Fluke play." -- Kings goalie Jason LaBarbera, on Philadelphia's overtime goal.
INSIDE SHOTS:
It will be a while before the Kings see the inside of their home arena. Given the way things have gone for most of this season, a cynic would say that the people of Los Angeles won't miss them much.

Tuesday's overtime loss to Philadelphia was the kickoff to an eight-game, 15-day road trip that will take the Kings on a long, wide tour of the Eastern and Central time zones, with little time for rest.

With a playoff spot almost certainly out of reach, the last two-plus months of the season will be about pride, and the Kings have done a better job of late of establishing themselves as a respectable team.

The Kings earned a point against the Flyers and now have 11 points in their last eight games.

Perhaps most importantly, the Kings have received some stable play in net from Jason LaBarbera, who has allowed three regulation goals in his last two games.

FLYERS 3, KINGS 2 (OT): A porous Kings defense allowed Philadelphia to record 40 shots on goal, but the Kings did a solid job overall, particularly with Jason LaBarbera in goal, and might have earned two points if not for a game-winning overtime goal off the skate of Scott Hartnell. The Flyers recorded 17 shots on goal in the third period but scored only once, on the power play. Matt Moulson tied the game for the Kings with 7:02 remaining.


2007-08 STANDINGS


EASTERN CONFERENCE
Rk..........Team............GP....W....L....OTL....PTS....GF....GA....PP%....PK%....Home....Away....Last 10..
1. Ottawa 51 32 15 4 68 179 147 18.3 82.2 16-8-2 16-7-2 5-5-0
2. Philadelphia 49 28 16 5 61 163 140 25.1 80.9 12-6-5 16-10-0 8-1-1
3. Carolina 53 25 24 4 54 161 171 18.4 77.0 12-11-2 13-13-2 4-6-0
4. Montreal 50 27 15 8 62 158 136 24.1 81.0 10-8-5 17-7-3 7-2-1
5. Pittsburgh 51 28 19 4 60 148 139 19.2 80.3 13-9-3 15-10-1 5-3-2
6. New Jersey 50 28 19 3 59 127 119 16.7 83.0 14-9-0 14-10-3 5-5-0
7. Boston 50 26 19 5 57 132 134 20.1 78.7 14-8-3 12-11-2 6-3-1
8. - NY ISLANDERS -
51 24 21 6 54 126 146 16.3 84.5 13-10-3 11-11-3 4-4-2
9. NY Rangers 52 24 22 6 54 125 132 16.2 83.3 17-11-0 7-11-6 4-5-1
10. Buffalo 50 23 21 6 52 147 141 17.1 83.7 12-8-2 11-13-4 4-3-3
11. Atlanta 53 24 25 4 52 145 176 18.4 79.6 13-12-2 11-13-2 3-4-3
12. Washington 51 23 23 5 51 147 160 17.9 79.9 13-11-1 10-12-4 7-3-0
13. Florida 52 22 25 5 49 130 148 18.8 80.9 10-12-4 12-13-1 3-5-2
14. Toronto 52 20 24 8 48 144 167 14.2 79.5 11-9-5 9-15-3 4-6-0
15. Tampa Bay 51 20 26 5 45 147 172 18.8 80.6 13-12-2 7-14-3 5-4-1

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Rk..........Team............GP....W....L....OTL....PTS....GF....GA....PP%....PK%....Home....Away....Last 10..
1. Detroit 52 38 10 4 80 177 112 21.6 84.2 20-4-2 18-6-2 7-2-1
2. San Jose 51 28 16 7 63 136 124 18.2 86.6 11-11-4 17-5-3 5-4-1
3. Minnesota 51 29 19 3 61 143 139 19.2 84.1 16-8-1 13-11-2 6-3-1
4. Dallas 54 29 20 5 63 158 141 17.8 86.9 15-9-2 14-11-3 5-4-1
5. Calgary 51 26 17 8 60 151 147 17.0 80.8 13-8-7 13-9-1 6-3-1
6. Anaheim 54 27 21 6 60 136 142 16.5 81.5 16-7-4 11-14-2 6-4-0
7. Colorado 51 27 20 4 58 144 141 13.4 81.7 18-8-1 9-12-3 5-4-1
8. Vancouver 51 26 20 5 57 134 125 17.2 82.6 14-10-2 12-10-3 3-6-1
9. Phoenix 51 27 22 2 56 141 139 18.1 81.6 11-11-2 16-11-0 5-4-1
10. Columbus 52 25 21 6 56 130 130 16.1 86.5 16-7-4 9-14-2 6-4-0
11. Nashville 51 25 21 5 55 147 141 15.8 85.2 14-8-2 11-13-3 5-2-3
12. St. Louis 49 23 19 7 53 126 138 12.5 84.3 14-8-4 9-11-3 3-5-2
13. Edmonton 53 23 25 5 51 140 161 14.7 85.1 12-13-1 11-12-4 5-4-1
14. Chicago 51 23 24 4 50 142 149 16.0 81.3 13-13-1 10-11-3 4-5-1
15. - LOS ANGELES KINGS -
52 20 29 3 43 145 172 19.4 78.5 12-16-1 8-13-2 5-4-1

LET'S GO KINGS !!!


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so where's purcell? thought he was gonna be on this trip too.

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Great job Puck!! Thanks.

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regarding Purcell.....I guess they would rather play Willsie. Moulson will be gone too as soon as nagy gets back. Our 2nd PP unit really needs Nagy back. Willsie....I don't know the reasoning. He doesn't play special teams and has had a penchant for dumb penalties in recent weeks.

Willsie is basically ineffective unless he is playing in a top 6 role with other forwards to create opportunities for him.

Willsie, Calder and Zus need to start getting it done at even strength.

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Getting fancy Puck.

I say Kings win 3-1!

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Again ALL thanks on this GDT go to "Law", please express your thanks to him on the Islanders GDT

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thanks Puck and Law! i was reading the Islander site before and he gave you a nice compliment on your gdt's Puck!

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For those of you in the LA-area, is the game on 1150AM? I thought I read somewhere it's on 1260AM. I didn't hear any pre-game on 1150 (and I'm not getting Nick and Daryl yet and it's already after 4:00) and I can't get anything on 1260.
Clarification would be appreciated, as I can't listen to anything on-line, either.
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Is it just me or is Miller making more factual mistakes lately? He just claimed that Marc-Andre Bergeron was picked up as a free agent (he was actually traded there by Edmonton).

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Is it just me or is Miller making more factual mistakes lately? He just claimed that Marc-Andre Bergeron was picked up as a free agent (he was actually traded there by Edmonton).
He was making a lot of little mistakes against the flyers, but i am watching the islanders commentators tonight.

so far kings have come out tentative. now there is a penalty to the islanders for a trip on brown!

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nice movement by the second power play unit. Calder doing well in front of the net. islanders killed it.

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going to be a penalty on cross check on guiliano

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Blake not doing too well on the point so far! pass missed by lubo. man!

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For those of you in the LA-area, is the game on 1150AM? I thought I read somewhere it's on 1260AM. I didn't hear any pre-game on 1150 (and I'm not getting Nick and Daryl yet and it's already after 4:00) and I can't get anything on 1260.
Clarification would be appreciated, as I can't listen to anything on-line, either.
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I can't get anything either.

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matt moulson scores. he had a open net, and lots of time to put it in, but he was in the right place. Good work by Willsie to set that play up.

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penalty on the islanders again.

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I can't get anything either.
can you listen through the nhl radio?

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I hope we don't send Matt Moulson down. The kid is a scorer.

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Not a particularly beautiful goal, but good effort by all three of Handzus, Willsie, and Moulson.

And now Moulson's out on the power play...that's encouraging.

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Not a particularly beautiful goal, but good effort by all three of Handzus, Willsie, and Moulson.

And now Moulson's out on the power play...that's encouraging.
Nice move too but very good save by Dubielewicz.

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kopitar got the puck stripped from him. lets get this going

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Our PP Sucks right now. Great dumbass pass.

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nice give away by the kings and islanders tie it. lubo tries to pass to willsie and snapped up.

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