The Los Angeles Kings' lack of scoring punch leads to a 10th shutout in Saturday's loss to the New York Rangers and one step closer to playoff elimination.
Reign game breakdown For the first time since mid-February, the Reign have won two games in a row. The feat was accomplished by the Reign scoring yet again, the game's first goal in a 2-0 win over San Antonio on Saturday in Ontario.
In another game in which the Los Angeles Kings outshot, vastly out-attempted and narrowly out-chanced their opponents, they again lacked any finishing ability and could not establish or benefit from the convergence of bodies, pucks and chaos in front of the net during a quiet home loss. It's not easy to make the playoffs with …
What we learned from the Kings' 3-0 loss to the New York Rangers on Saturday night.
-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 48-66-19 all-time against New York, a record that includes a home mark of 27-29-12. The Rangers swept a season series of at least two games against the Kings for the first time since 1996-97.
Jeff Carter, on not being able to capitalize on scoring chances: I mean, we definitely had our chances. He played a good game.
On getting off to a good start early but falling 3-0 to the Rangers: It was a pretty evenly played game. We missed some chances five-on-five that were wide open chances.
The Los Angeles Kings were shutout 3-0 by the New York Rangers Saturday at STAPLES Center. Jonathan Quick made 17 saves for the Kings.
Alain Vigneault, on Antti Raanta's game: Well he, no doubt, made all of the timely saves tonight. We had a few turnovers and they got some grade-A looks and he made the saves.