Game Day Stats and Discussion Thread: Los Angeles Kings @ Minnesota Wild
Zach Parise doesn’t seem to be aging. Is he a vampire? Discuss.
Just the Facts
|Los Angeles Kings||Stats||Minnesota Wild|
|18-25-3 (39 pts)||Record||22-20-3 (47 pts)|
|14.3% (27th)||Power Play %||22.3% (8th)|
|74.3% (30th)||Penalty Kill %||84.5% (4th)|
|2.26 (31st)||Goals For/Game||2.84 (T-21st)|
|2.96 (T-16th)||Goals Against/Game||2.91 (T-13th)|
|28.3 (T-28th)||Shots For/Game||31.2 (19th)|
|31.4 (19th)||Shots Against/Game||29.6 (7th)|
|Kopitar (31)||Points Leader||Parise (41)|
|Kopitar (13)||Goals Leader||Parise (19)|
|Doughty (21)||Assists Leader||Granlund (27)|
The Opposition: Hockey Wilderness
Los Angeles Kings
#LAKings showing no changes.— Jon Rosen (@lakingsinsider) January 15, 2019
Zucker — Koivu — Granlund
Greenway — Staal — Niederreiter
Parise — Coyle — Kunin
Foligno — Eriksson Ek — Hendricks
Suter — Spurgeon
Brodin — Pateryn
Seeler — Prosser
- What’s the Kings’ record in nationally televised games? It can’t possibly be good.
- Who, exactly, were the Wild trying to protect by trading Alex Tuch to the Vegas Golden Knights? And why?
- If you stacked all of the Staals end to end, how many Staal Brother Conglomerates would it take to cross the distance between Los Angeles and St. Paul?