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4/4 GDT: Final Game - Kings @ Sharks



Los Angeles Kings (28-29-16-8)
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San Jose Sharks (42-21-12-6)
Game Time: 1:00 PM PST | 4:00 PM EST
Where: HP Pavilion | San Jose, California
TV Broadcast: Fox Sports Net West
Radio Broadcast: Radio Disney AM 1110
Online broadcast: [NHL.COM]
**No Kings' television pre-game show. Kings' radio pre-game show will air on AM 710 at 12:30 PM PST with Nick Nickson and Darryl Evans.**

Today is the last day of the 2003-04 NHL regular season, perhaps the last time we'll see regular season hockey for some time if there is a lockout next year. All 16 playoff teams are gearing up for the "real" season. The Los Angeles Kings will play their last game of the year today in San Jose and quietly go home and watch the playoffs on television. It's disappointing to say the least. They were in control of their own destiny, but a 10-game losing streak has them now in the 11th spot after the Minnesota Wild leaped over them with 81 points. The Kings are left with wondering, what happened? How did they go from 6th to 11th in two weeks? "It's hard to pinpoint what it is. The hardest thing we have to do is we have to accept [not making playoffs]. We have no choice now. That's the hardest thing for me." (Luc Robitaille). It would be difficult to see Luc Robitaille go out this way if he will play the last game of his long career today. He has made it no secret that he feels that he can't come back if there is a work stoppage. It would be too difficult at his age (38). He has the option of playing in Europe, but he is still unsure. He wants to stay in Los Angeles. It's his home, it is where he belongs. The fans have grown to love and appreciate Luc Robitaille. He has always been a fan favorite. Perhaps Jim Fox, Kings' television color commentator, said it best when he said it's Luc's smile that is the best thing about him. No matter what, he always has a smile on his face. When you think about players wanting to leave on their own terms, Robitaille would love to be one of those players. "I don't want it to end this way. If all the stars are aligned right, I'd like to come back. I believe in what we've got going. It's just really disappointing the way things have been going lately." (Robitaille). The offseason acquisitions of Luc Robitaille and Trent Klatt have been one of the bright spots for the Kings this season. Like Robitaille, Trent Klatt has become a true leader to the team. Klatt has scored 43 total points this season. His highest output since 1996-97 with the Philadelphia Flyers. The Minnesota-native benefited from working with Luc Robitaille and Derek Armstrong. That line stayed together through the second half of the season and scored some big goals for Los Angeles. Klatt is the only King player to have played in all of the Kings' games this year, which is something that seems impossible for a team that has been ravaged by so many injuries.

Another bright spot was the maturity and growth of second-year forward, Alexander Frolov. Last season, Frolov had a total of 31 points, 14 goals and 17 assists. This season, Frolov has 48 points, 24 goals and 24 assists. He avoided the dreaded sophomore jinx and has emerged as one of the future stars of the league. Tim Gleason is another great story for the Kings. He was not expected to make the lineup this season, but with injuries to the blueline, Gleason was given the chance and he took full advantage of it. Although the points don't show it, he is highly touted as an offensive defenseman and has shown some upside in that area. Denis Grebeshkov, the Kings' top prospect, also made his debut this season. Though he only played a couple of games in his short stint with the Kings this year, he gained some NHL experience. Lubomir Visnovsky has also emerged as a future star on the blueline. Before his injury, he was leading the Kings' defensemen in points. He averages 24+ minutes of ice time every night. Visnovsky was voted by the Kings as their top defenseman this season. Had he not gotten injured, he would have gotten strong consideration as an NHL All-Star. Esa Pirnes has shown the Kings that he is a good two-way player. Pirnes has played on the Kings' top penalty killing unit and has the ability to create turnovers in the opposing teams' zone. There are many positives to take away from a season like this, but it seems like the negatives out-weigh the positives. One of the disappointments in terms of individual performances this season is Roman Cechmanek. Maybe it is not fair to criticize Cechmanek because he was injured for large stretches, but he hasn't been the goaltender that the Kings were hoping for when they traded for him. Another disappointment is Anson Carter. Carter was brought here to help boost the Kings' offense. Since coming here, he has recorded one assist for a grand total of one point in 14 games and is a -6. The Kings gave up prospect Jared Aulin for Carter. Perhaps the biggest negative of all is the fact that Ziggy Palffy was forced to sit the rest of the season due to a fluke shoulder injury. Palffy was having a stellar year with 41 points in 35 games until he suffered a shoulder dislocation during a game against the Anaheim Mighty Ducks. These are just some of the high-lights and low-lights of the Kings' 2003-04 season.

The Los Angeles Kings were trying to avoid one of their longest losing streaks in franchise history. They were also looking to rebound from their abysmal performance against the San Jose Sharks Wednesday night. Coach Andy Murray called them out in the media, saying the game was "awful" and ripped the team for not trying. "We shouldn't have to have something to motivate us, other than wanting to win a hockey game. That's what we're paid to do. We tried every method we know of to turn this thing around the last two weeks, but we couldn't find a way to win games.'' (Mattias Norstrom). Friday's game against the Calgary Flames was much better in terms of intensity. There was a lot of physical play in the game and some nice saves by both goaltenders. Cristobal Huet got the start for the Kings and Miikka Kiprusoff was the starter for the Sharks. The Kings scored the first goal on the power play eight minutes into the game. Jaroslav Modry's shot did not go all the way through, so Kiprusoff went down early thinking it got through. Instead Jeff Cowan was standing in front of the net and got to the loose puck and released a quit shot into the net as the Kings took a 1-0 lead. With three minutes remaining in the 1st period, the Flames struck back on a nice cross-ice pass by Chris Clark to Martin Gelinas. Huet had no chance. About a minute later, Eric Belanger and his line forced a turnover in the zone. Sean Avery got to the puck after Cowan threw a check on a Flame to create a loose puck. Avery got the puck quickly to Eric Belanger who was alone in the slot. The Kings had a 2-1 lead going into the second period. However, the Kings could not hold it once again. Matthew Lombardi had a good night scoring two goals. He tied the game up in the second period on the power play as he shot into a wide open net. Jordan Leopold fooled Huet into thinking he was going to shoot, instead he got the puck to Lombardi as he scored. In the third period, Martin Gelinas made a nice crisp pass to Lombardi as he scored his second goal. The Flames won 3-2. "These guys made great plays and I just had to finish. Leo has eyes in the back of his head. At first, I didn't think he saw me. But he's a playmaker, so I was not surprised when I got the pass." (Matthew Lombardi).

The San Jose Sharks have wrapped up the Pacific Division. They clinched the #2 spot in the western conference and will face the St. Louis Blues once again in the post season. They've been a team that is under the radar, so to speak. They have over 100 points this season, yet they are the least talked about Stanley Cup Contender. One reason could be the fact that they reside in California and another reason is the fact that nobody outside of San Jose knows who any of the players are. The Sharks have played well all season long after rebounding from a bad start. However, Friday night, they did not have an answer for the Vancouver Canucks. Mattias Ohlund scored the first goal of the game with a wrist shot about a minute and a half into the first period. Todd Harvey of the Sharks tied it up later in the first. 31 seconds later, Matt Cooke re-gained the lead for the Canucks after Brendan Morrison created a turnover and passed the puck to Cooke. Henrik Sedin made it 3-1 very early in the second period and Artem Chubarov scored an empty-net goal in the third as the Canucks won 4-1 over San Jose. "They were obviously a little bit hungrier than we were. You always win as a team and lose as a team, but we had a couple guys who didn't battle the way we needed them to and it cost us early in the game. The lesson learned here is you can't turn it on and turn it off when you feel like it. If you don't want to play in a game like this where you give 100 percent, then we've got other people.'' (Ron Wilson).

Previous Meeting(s) this year: (Sharks 4-0-1-0)

December 26, 2003 - Kings 0, Sharks 5 The Sharks took it to the Kings in this contest as all-star forward, Patrick Marleau scored two goals in less than 30 seconds in the second period. Evgeni Nabokov made 25 saves to keep the Kings off the score sheet and got some offensive help from his fellow teammates. The Sharks goals came right after the other. Nils Ekman scored the first goal of the game, then the first of Jonathan Cheechoo's two goals came 27 seconds later. Marleau's goals came in within 29 seconds of each other. Cristobal Huet started in this game but was pulled after the second period was over.

December 27, 2003 - Kings 4, Sharks 4 OT In the second of the home and home series between the Kings and Sharks, a new record was set for California hockey. Staples Center was sold out as 18,743 people filled the arena. This was the largest crowd ever to gather for a hockey game in California. They saw a great game as the two Pacific division rivals battled to a 4-4 tie. It went back and forth throughout the game. The Sharks had a 2-0 lead after goals by Vincent Damphousse and Brad Stuart in the first period. Two and a half minutes into the second, Ziggy Palffy scored a short-handed, breakaway goal to pull the Kings within one. Two minutes after that, Eric Belanger scored to tie the game up at two a piece. Todd Harvey of the Sharks scored his first goal of the year five minutes later. Jozef Stumpel scored with three minutes left in the second to tie the game back up. One minute into the third, Damphousse netted his second goal of the game but there was a little controversy as to whether or not it was a goal. The puck hit Cristobal Huet's glove and as the puck was sailing into the net, Huet grabbed it at what looked to be just in time before it crossed the goal line. Referees, however, ruled it a goal on the ice. They reviewed it, but there was not enough to over-rule the call on the ice. Sean Avery scored the game-tying goal with 11 minutes left in the game. During overtime, there were plenty of chances for both teams, but neither could capitalize.

March 13, 2004 - Kings 1, Sharks 3 During a Sharks power play, Niko Dimitrakos scored a goal from the top of the blue line through traffic. Cristobal Huet could not get a glove on it as it went into the net and gave the Sharks a 1-0 lead. Later in the first period, Alexander Frolov skated into the offensive zone and left the puck for defenseman, Joe Corvo who then ripped a slap shot passed Vesa Toskala to tie the game up at one a piece. However, just seconds later, the Sharks regained the lead as Kyle Mclaren teamed up with Nils Ekman as he fed a nice cross-ice pass to Ekman for the the eventual game winning goal. Alyn McCauley scored in the third period to give the Sharks a little more breathing room as the Kings began pressuring them. The Kings played a lot in the offensive zone during the third period but came up empty as every shot was turned away by Evgeni Nabokov. Nabokov replaced Toskala at the start of the second period after Toskala got shook up by a shot in the first period and left the game with a "lower-body injury." Nabokov had been struggling of late, he had allowed 18 goals in his last five starts prior to Saturday's game. He stopped many great scoring chances by the Kings, especially with under a minute left to play. Jozef Stumpel was right in front of him and Nabokov made a point-blank save after the quick shot and helped the Sharks beat the Kings 3-1.

March 18, 2004 - Kings 3, Sharks 5 It was all about special teams for both teams. The game started out great for LA when rookie, Esa Pirnes scored his third goal of the year on a turnover in the Sharks' zone. San Jose was on a power play but Pirnes anticipated a pass and jumped right on it. He skated into the zone and got Evgeni Nabokov to go down as he shot the puck into the net to make it 1-0 Kings on a short-handed goal. Just two minutes later, Alexander Korolyuk scored on the power play and tied it up at one. It was the first shot that Cechmanek faced as well. About three minutes later, the Sharks struck again after Curtis Brown made Cechmanek look very bad. Kyle McLaren got the puck to Brown who was on a semi-breakaway. Brown skated in on Cechmanek and Cechmanek went down too early and tried to stop it with his pads, but Brown was patient enough to get the puck past him and made it 2-1 Sharks. Lubomir Visnovsky tied the game up at two during a power play goal with under three minutes left in the first period. A minute into the second period, Jonathan Cheechoo scored on the power play and made it 3-2 Sharks. Cheechoo scored once again with five minutes left in the second to give the Sharks a 4-2 advantage. However, just a minute later while on the power play, Lubomir Visnovsky's shot deflected off of Derek Armstrong and went into the net surprising Nabokov. Going into the third period, Cechmanek was pulled in favor of back-up goalie, Cristobal Huet. It was 4-3 and the Kings had many chances to tie it up on the power play but could not. Curtis Brown scored his second goal of the game as he shot it into the empty net and the Sharks won 5-3.

March 31, 2004 - Kings 0, Sharks 3 The Kings only mustered up 9 shots while San Jose had 18 shots through two periods. The first goal came in the second period after Alyn McCauley put in a rebound off of teammate Alexander Korolyuk's shot. Just 29 seconds later, a breakdown in defense allowed Niko Dimitrakos to score as Roman Cechmanek tried to make a sprawling save. Instead the puck fell behind him and into the net. As time winded down in the third period, the Kings' pulled Cechmanek for the extra-attacker, but McCauley burned them again as he scored into the empty net and the Sharks won 3-0. It's the second shutout in five games for the Kings and their 9th loss in a row.

Today's Roster: Kings vs. Sharks

News and Notes:
  • With the loss at home against the Calgary Flames, the Kings fall below .500 at Staples Center (15-16-9-1).
  • Winners of the Kings' awards: Best Newcomer - Trent Klatt; Top Defenseman - Lubomir Visnovsky; Most Popular - Alexander Frolov; Most Valuable Player - Luc Robitaille; Best Defensive Player - Mattias Norstrom; Community Service - Ian Laperriere.

Injury Update: (none to report)



(from ESPN.com)

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Leading Scorers:

Forwards:

Robitaille, LA - 51 points (22G, 29 A, +3)
Marleau, SJ - 56 points (28 G, 28 A, -3)

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Defensemen:

Dempsey, LA - 31 points (11 G, 20 A, -12)
Stuart, SJ - 37 points (7 G, 30 A, +9)

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Probable Starters:

Cechmanek, LA - 48 GP | Record: 18-20-6 | GAA: 2.48
Nabokov, SJ - 58 GP | Record: 30-19-8 | GAA: 2.19

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GAA:
LA - 2.63 (20th in NHL)
SJ - 2.22 (4th in NHL)

Avg. Shots Against:
LA - 26.8 (13th in NHL)
SJ - 29.0 (20th in NHL)

Save %:
LA - .902 (26th in NHL)
SJ - .923 (1st in NHL)

Shutouts:
LA - 8 (8th in NHL)
SJ - 11 (3rd in NHL)

Avg. Shots:
LA - 28.7 (13th in NHL)
SJ - 27.9 (17th in NHL)

Avg. Goals:
LA - 2.49 (18th in NHL)
SJ - 2.65 (11th in NHL)

Power Play %:
LA - 14.1 (27th in NHL)
SJ - 16.1 (15th in NHL)

Penalty Kill %:
LA - 81.0 (26th in NHL)
SJ - 85.1 (7th in NHL)

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Pacific Division Standings:
1. *San Jose Sharks - (42-20-12-6) 102 points
2. *Dallas Stars - (40-25-13-2) 95 points
3. *Los Angeles Kings - (28-28-16-8) 80 points
4. *Anaheim Mighty Ducks - (28-35-10-8) 74 points
5. Phoenix Coyotes - (21-36-18-6) 66 points
* - play tonight (listed below)

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Western Conference Standings:
1. p - Detroit Red Wings - (48-21-11-2) 109 points
2. y - San Jose Sharks - (42-21-12-6) 102 points
3. y - Vancouver Canucks - (43-24-10-5) 101 points
4. x - Colorado Avalanche - (40-22-13-6) 99 points
5. x - Dallas Stars - (40-26-13-2) 95 points
6. x - Calgary Flames - (42-29-7-3) 94 points
7. x - St. Louis Blues - (39-29-11-2) 91 points
8. x - Nashville Predators - (37-29-11-4) 89 points
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9. e - Edmonton Oilers - (36-29-12-5) 89 points
10. e - Minnesota Wild - (29-29-20-3) 81 points
11. e - Los Angeles Kings - (28-29-16-8) 80 points
12. e - Anaheim Mighty Ducks - (28-35-10-8) 74 points
13. e - Phoenix Coyotes - (22-36-18-6) 68 points
14. e - Columbus Blue Jackets - (25-45-8-4) 62 points
15. e - Chicago Blackhawks - (20-42-11-8) 59 points

p - clinched Presidents' Trophy
x - clinched playoff spot
y - clinched division
e - eliminated from playoff contention
Divisional Games Tonight:
Stars vs. Blackhawks 12:00 PM PST/ 3:00 PM EST
Mighty Ducks vs. Flames 1:00 PM PST/ 4:00 PM EST
Kings vs. Sharks 1:00 PM PST/ 4:00 PM EST
**(images from NHL.com, lakings.com and ESPN.com)**


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this being the last game of the season, i just wanted to take a moment to thank luckyluc for her hard and outstanding work all year on the game day threads. you do an awesome job, and this site is better because of you.

in addition, i also wanted to get a little sappy and say that it is an honor and a pleasure to be a part of this community, and i hope everyone continues to come by in the off-season, around draft day, and next season (here's hoping there will be one). its been a fun year on this board, and i look forward to many more to come.

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this being the last game of the season, i just wanted to take a moment to thank luckyluc for her hard and outstanding work all year on the game day threads. you do an awesome job, and this site is better because of you.

in addition, i also wanted to get a little sappy and say that it is an honor and a pleasure to be a part of this community, and i hope everyone continues to come by in the off-season, around draft day, and next season (here's hoping there will be one). its been a fun year on this board, and i look forward to many more to come.
Definitley, Navvy. Good post. Even through disagreements we stick together, and cheer for our Kings. I feel like family when I get on this board. As for LuckyLUC's GDT's even though we are 1-11 now when she makes them its not her fault. LuckyLUC your GDT's are awesome! Thanks for putting the time in to make them.

Now lets go out on a good note!

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Definitley, Navvy. Good post. Even through disagreements we stick together, and cheer for our Kings. I feel like family when I get on this board. As for LuckyLUC's GDT's even though we are 1-11 now when she makes them its not her fault. LuckyLUC your GDT's are awesome! Thanks for putting the time in to make them.

Now lets go out on a good note!

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LOL ... I almost choked on my breakfast reading that!

Thanks you guys... I have a blast making them. (I could've sworn they've won more games than just one in my stint as a GDT maker!)

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Go Wild & Sharks!


1st, I agree, Lucky your gdts are a thing of beauty. So much so that I don't have to search around the web looking for information on game days like I have in the past. Thank you for doing so, they are incredible.


Secondly, I absolutely agree with willie.

We need a loss to lock up 11th place on draft day. A win or a tie could send us to 12th or 13th.

If you go to the mock draft board I have done a very comprehensive mock draft and there are some significant differences between the level of talent we could land between 11th and 13th.

Of the three super talented goalies available, I fancy that M Shwarz and Alvaro Montoya will both go anywhere from 8 to 12th in the draft. I have them ranked a little differently in my mock but, after reading allot more information since I made my draft, I am going to swap it around a litte.

Shwarz is the real deal and he is projected by one of the pundits who has a 76% rating at picking who goes where as a top 12 pick. I see us as either moving up to get a top talent center prospect or sticking to nab a goalie.




So LETS GO SLAGGIES!!!!

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***** that I want to win. Especially against the Slaggies.

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Guppies score ... 1-0

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Dempsey tied it up!!! 1-1

Luc got interviewed by Jim Fox ... It kind of got me all teary-eyed! I hope this isn't the end for Luc.

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Modry!!! 2-1 Kings!

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Maybe the Kings could have used some goals between Novermber 30th and April 3rd.

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Barely hit the post! Ah! LETS GO KINGS!

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Tripp!!

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TRIPP SCORES! IS THIS NORMAL!? 3 Faceoff wins in a row by Esa Pirnes.. Uh-oh, im starting to get teary-eyed. I love these guys.

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3 Faceoff wins in a row by Esa Pirnes..
Did Pirnes just make Belanger an ex-King? If Pirnes can win faceoffs, then Belanger could well be moved on draft day.

What a save! Wow, save some of those for next season.

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oh my f**kin god.

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3-3 going to overtime.

Now that is the Kings team we know and love.

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DAMN! 3-3 ... OT?!?!?!

Come on Luc, Game Winner!

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Jesus Christ the Kings suck.

They had a 3-1 lead with 1 minute left and they blew it.

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Wow... what the heck is wrong with us? Just tie at least, please!!

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Keep the streak alive!!

That should be the Kings next motto.

Or perhaps: "No Lead is Safe!"

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