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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Anže Kopitar
Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings are home from a two-game playoff humiliation still confident they can compete against the San Jose Sharks.
Back in the Los Angeles Kings' less-than-stellar past, clinching a playoff berth would have been cause for celebration.
Even after three games and a cross-country flight in the previous five days, the Los Angeles Kings came out roaring at home with a three-goal first period against Winnipeg.
Martin Jones made a habit of winning big games at the Saddledome during his Western Hockey League career.
Slovenia is not satisfied with just showing up to play hockey at the Olympics for the first time. Its players want to win.
Alex Ovechkin had a goal and an assist in a breathtaking start and the Russians went on to beat Slovenia 5-2 Thursday in their Sochi Olympics opener.
The way the Los Angeles Kings have been struggling to score goals, they were fortunate one was enough to snap their five-game losing streak.
After a second straight early postseason exit, the Los Angeles Kings set out to pump up the offense beyond leading scorer Anze Kopitar. They took a big first step by nabbing high-scoring center Mike Richards from the Philadelphia Flyers.
Kings scoring leader Anze Kopitar has left Saturday's game against Colorado in the second period with an injured right knee.
"It was a better effort," said leading scorer Anze Kopitar, who doesn't have a goal in the series. "We had some chances, but it wasn't enough. We're going to have to come back in a couple of days and throw everything at them."
"It's not good, but it doesn't really matter if it's 7-2 or you lose 3-2 in triple overtime," Kopitar said. "It stinks, and we've got to get better."