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What we learned from the Kings' 4-2 loss to the Rangers

by www.latimes.com

An aggressive forechecking team with a premier goalie and a penchant for dominating third periods?

The Kings could have been looking into a mirror when they saw the New York Rangers on Friday night. The Rangers are opportunistic, skilled and have the luxury of Henrik Lundqvist in goal.

And, as...


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