February 2nd, 2014, 02:16 AM #1
The offense has dried up in Los Angeles; will Dean Lombardi make a move? (The Hockey
The Los Angeles Kings have forgotten how to score.
This isn’t your typical offensive drought. The Kings were scoreless today against the Flyers, the third time in the past five games they’ve been shut out. They’ve scored just three goals in their past six games, and Anze Kopitar has scored all three.
No doubt, the forwards Darryl Sutter counts on for offense have under-produced this year. None of the big guns are scoring at expected rates, especially captain Dustin Brown, who has no points in his past 10 games. He’s on pace for 22 points. A pitiful total, considering he’s one of the best complementary top-six wingers in the league at his best, and he should be in the 50-point range.
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