Los Angeles Kings Take Down Phoenix Coyotes on Road in Western Conference Finals (Video)
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Dwight King scored his 2nd aim of the game into an empty net, and the Los Angeles Kings opened the Western Conference finals with a 4-two victory more than the Phoenix Coyotes on Sunday night to continue to be unbeaten on the road in the playoffs.
The Kings dominated early regardless of a week off and outshot Phoenix 48-27.
Anze Kopitar scored 4 minutes in, Dustin Brown had a objective and an assist, and King had his initial career two-aim game to give the Kings their sixth straight road victory of the playoffs.
Derek Morris beat Jonathan Fast from the center line, and Mikkel Boedker also scored for the Coyotes, who trail in a series for the initial time this year.
Game 2 is Tuesday evening in the desert. Read the total story right here.