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Western Pacific Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
CGY 31-13-5 67
SJ 28-14-7 63
LV 28-17-4 60
VAN 22-21-6 50
EDM 23-21-3 49
ANA 20-19-9 49
ARI 21-22-4 46
LA 19-25-4 42

Top Kings News

  • Kings' Jeff Carter: Scores in third straight contest

    Carter's power-play assist to Dustin Brown opened the scoring Thursday in a 2-1 win over Dallas.

    Carter hasn't been worth much in fantasy this year, but there's some value as of late with five points in his past three games. There's a chance he might be breaking out of his slump, so it's worth monitoring to see if he gets the job done, which could allow you to grab him for pennies on the dollar.

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  • Kings' Jack Campbell: Defeats ex-team

    Campbell made 29 saves on 30 shots Thursday, lifting his team to a 2-1 win over Dallas.

    There had to be a massive sigh of relief from Campbell after snapping a four-game losing streak in which he never gave up more than two goals. Campbell has now held opponents to a single goal in five of his last seven starts and has emerged as an excellent streaming option in daily leagues when Jonathan Quick doesn't play. As good as Campbell's been lately, Quick is still Los Angeles' No. 1, so Campbell only has real value if you're trying to set up for the future through a keeper system.

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  • Kings' Carl Hagelin: Finally breaks drought

    Hagelin scored his first goal since October, helping LA earn a 2-1 win over Dallas on Thursday.

    Hagelin's last point came back in November against Vancouver, so this was a welcome sight for him and the Kings. It's just his second goal in 27 games this season, and owners will be hoping this is the start of better things to come. For now, though, keep him on the bench unless he's facing the Canucks, as he's scored three points in three games against Vancouver this year and three points in 24 games -- including Thursday's goal -- against everyone else.

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  • Kings' Oscar Fantenberg: Unavailable Thursday

    Fantenberg will miss Thursday's game against the Stars due to an unspecified injury, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.

    When asked whether Fantenberg is dealing with an upper- or lower-body injury, Kings coach Willie Desjardins mused, "It's one of those, for sure." Wisecracks aside, Fantenberg will miss his 13th game of the 2018-19 season, snapping a streak of 21 games played. He's well off the map in the fantasy realm as the owner of a single point (assist) over 35 contests this season.

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  • Kings' Jack Campbell: Looking for first win of 2019

    Campbell will start Thursday's game in Dallas, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.

    Campbell is still looking for his first win since returning from injury. He'll be making his third start since re-entering the fold and figures to be in tough against Dallas. The Stars, despite having lost three straight, are an impressive 14-7-2 at home this season

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  • Kings' Jonathan Quick: Makes 40 saves in loss

    Quick stopped 40 of 42 shots Tuesday, getting his team to overtime before taking a 3-2 shootout loss to Minnesota.

    Quick stepped up in a big way for the Kings, keeping them in the game long enough to get them a chance to steal a win despite a relentless Minnesota attack. Quick has now topped .950 in three of his past four games, and while it might be too late to save the Kings' season, he's got a lot of useful hockey left in him for your season.

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  • Kings' Jonathan Quick: Defending cage Tuesday

    Quick will patrol the blue paint on the road against the Wild on Tuesday, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Even with no back-to-backs before the All-Star break, it sounds like Quick could still get a night off during the club's three-game road trip. Still, the veteran figures to carry the bulk of the load for the rest of the year, regardless of how well backup Jack Campbell might do.

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  • Kings' Alex Iafallo: Pots goal in win

    Iafallo netted a goal versus Pittsburgh on Saturday.

    Iafallo ended a six-game pointless streak and eight-game goal drought with his tally. The 24-year-old needs just three more points to best his 25 from his rookie campaign.

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  • Kings' Brendan Leipsic: Scores goal in upset win

    Leipsic notched a goal in Saturday's win over the Penguins.

    Since joining the Kings off waivers, Leipsic has tallied two goals, four assists and 29 shots in 19 appearances. With his new club, the winger is averaging 14:13 of ice time -- compared to 12:50 when he was with the Canucks -- and should see more opportunities to write his name on the scoresheet.

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  • Kings' Jeff Carter: Scores goal, two assists

    Carter racked up a goal and two helpers against Pittsburgh on Saturday.

    Carter managed just two points in seven games back from a minor upper-body injury, but went on a tear versus the visiting Penguins and recorded his fifth multi-point effort of the year. With a mere 22 points this season, the 33-year-old won't be getting back to the 60-point threshold, a feat he's achieved six times in his career.

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  • Kings' Jake Muzzin: Secures two helpers

    Muzzin garnered a pair of assists versus the Penguins on Saturday.

    Muzzin may be stuck in an eight-game goal drought, but he has managed five assists over that stretch, along with 19 shots, 19 hits and 18 blocks. Despite averaging 1:37 of power-play ice time in his last 10 outings, the blueliner is pointless with the man advantage.

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  • Kings' Anze Kopitar: Scores twice in win

    Kopitar registered a pair of goals in Saturday's 5-2 victory over Pittsburgh.

    It was the first multi-goal effort for Kopitar this season. The center has five points in his previous five games and seems to be trying to single-handedly pull the Kings up from last in the league in scoring (2.26 goals per game).

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  • Kings' Jonathan Quick: Earns victory over Pens

    Quick made 38 of a possible 40 saves to secure a win over the visiting Penguins on Saturday.

    It was the 301st career victory for Quick, moving him into a tie for third place all-time among U.S. born netminders. The 32-year-old's 38 saves were the most he's made in a game this season. The Kings don't have any back-to-backs on the schedule before the All-Star break, so look for Quick to carry the load in the next four games.

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  • Kings' Jonathan Quick: Patrolling crease Saturday

    Quick will tend the home twine during Saturday's game versus the Penguins, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Quick sandwiched a 16-save shutout versus the Oilers between two ugly losses in which he allowed a combined nine goals on 59 shots. He draws a red-hot Penguins team, which has won 10 of the last 11 games while averaging 4.27 goals per outing. Quick stands long odds to win this game considering he rarely gets enough offensive support anyway, but he could face enough shots that a stellar outing would still make him fantasy viable.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 2.23
(31st)
2.87
(12th)
14.8
(26th)

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