The Kings’ Kings Game: The Best of the Kings
The best Kings games are like the best movie, or the best book, or some other good thing.
It’s that simple.
So how do you pick the best Kings game?
How do you tell the story of the best team in the NHL?
We’re going to do it by ranking the best, and we’re going do it with a few tricks.
For now, here are the best games of the 2016-17 season.
#1: Kings vs. Coyotes, Dec. 5, 2017 Kings vs: Coyotes, Jan. 3, 2018 Kings vs.: Coyotes, Feb. 1, 2018 The Coyotes had just blown a 3-0 lead to the Kings, and were playing for their seventh straight victory in eight games.
But this one didn’t feel like a victory.
The Coyotes took a 2-1 lead midway through the first period and took advantage of the loss with a two-goal first period that saw a bunch of bad bounces and a couple bad hits from Coyotes forwards.
That was the last time the Kings scored a goal for a while.
The team scored just three more goals in the first half to tie it, and the Coyotes won 2-2 in OT.
The Kings had to score again in the third period, but were held scoreless for nearly the whole period.
But the Coyotes finally got one last shot to tie the game, and this time, they couldn’t do it.
They took a 4-3 lead after eight minutes.
After a short, ugly first period, it was all the Kings could muster, and it was an ugly finish.
The third period was one of the most fun of the season for the Kings.
They scored two goals in a span of eight minutes to tie at 5-5.
They got one back on a shot by Coyotes forward Sam Gagner, and another from Coyotes defenseman Anthony Duclair, who made it 5-4 at the 2:28 mark.
They then scored two more goals just over two minutes later.
They did it again in front of the home crowd, and got a third in the same period.
Then, at 5:25, they took a 5-3 advantage.
They tied the game again at 5, but the Coyotes scored two quick power plays, and then the Kings got one late in the period.
The game ended 3-5 for the Coyotes, who had a 2.03 goals-against average and a .903 save percentage in the three games.
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