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Johnston to shine in Game 2 vs. Golden Knights

Find year-round coverage of betting news and insights for all sports by visiting our Betting section and subscribing to push notifications.There are three games scheduled Wednesday night with no shortage of value in the player prop markets.

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Published: 2 months ago

How the Oilers neutralized the Kings’ defence in Game 1

While the Los Angeles Kings wants to slow you down and force you to dump the puck in, the Edmonton Oilers skated through it and forced their game upon the Kings. Adam Vingan looks deeper into the Game 1 numbers.

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Published: 2 months ago

Resale market heating up for Edmonton Oilers playoff tickets

The in-house decibel meter shot past 100 throughout the game. More than 1,150 hats — 14 bags full — were collected after Zach Hyman scored his third goal of the game.

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Published: 2 months ago

Reign Preview 4/24 – Clean Slate + Solving “Soupy”, Condors Concerns, Reign Check Preview

  WHO: Bakersfield Condors (0-0) @ Ontario Reign (0-0) WHAT: 2024 Calder Cup Playoffs – Round 1, Game 1 WHEN: Wednesday, April 24 @ 7:00 PM Pacific WHERE: Toyota Arena – Ontario, CA HOW TO FOLLOW: VIDEO: AHLTV / KVVB-TV 33.1 – AUDIO – Reign

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Published: 2 months ago

KOTP Ep. 189 – Prepping for Game 2 in Edmonton

DB in Edmonton, The Mayor home in LA…. They discuss the LA Kings' performance in game one of the playoffs against the Edmonton Oilers. They analyze the Kings' defensive struggles, lack of physicality, and the need for a change in the goaltending. 

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Published: 2 months ago

In sticking to the plan of not practicing today, the Kings aren’t overreacting to a Game 1 defeat

In the end the plan is the plan. Everything else flows from that. And so, roughly 14 hours after the Los Angeles Kings found themselves on the wrong side of a 7-4 score in Game 1 of their opening round playoff series against Edmonton, the Kings were

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Published: 2 months ago

Verbeek: Ducks targeting top-6 forward, top-4 D-man this summer

Anaheim Ducks general manager Pat Verbeek said Tuesday the team will pursue a top-six right-shot forward and a top-four right-shot defenseman this offseason.Anaheim enters the summer with $33 million in cap space. None of its notable restricted free

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Published: 2 months ago

Kings’ Talbot may see Edmonton as ‘a special place,’ but he won’t get any love from fans

Cam Talbot was destined to tend goal in this Round 1 series. Yet, fate has him at the wrong end of the rink, the third Los Angeles Kings goalie in as many springs with a mandate to shut down Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and the Edmonton Oilers.

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Published: 2 months ago

For all that went wrong in Game 1, the Kings found one formula that worked offensively – Simple Hockey

It’s a simple formula. Mikey Anderson’s goal last night was a shot from a harmless area that found its way through a great screen by Trevor Moore. Adrian Kempe’s goal had a similar theme, thrown to the net, kicks off a skate and in. Even Trevor

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Published: 2 months ago

Kings v Oilers – Game One Recap

Jack Jablonski and Scott Burnside join host Jesse Cohen to recap game one of the Kings first round matchup against the Edmonton Oilers. The trio discuss ups and downs of the opening game in the Kings 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs campaign and take a look

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Published: 2 months ago

Doughty: Kings 'a much better team' than Game 1 performance

The Los Angeles Kings' 7-4 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Monday night marked their 14th playoff meeting in the last three years, and veteran defenseman Drew Doughty thinks it was his team's "poorest" showing yet. "We're a much better team than that.

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Published: 2 months ago

Angeles Analysis – Game 1

There are no moral victories in the playoffs. Sorry. Those are the rules. So, even if the Los Angeles Kings gamely kept clawing their back in their playoff opener only to fall by a 7-4 count to the Edmonton Oilers, there will be no measure of comfort

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Published: 2 months ago