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NHL: Kings strong on penalty kill in scoreless first period

March 21, 2011 |  8:27 pm

Photo: Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick deflects a Calgary shot for a save in the first period Monday night. Credit: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters The Kings continue to smother power plays against the Calgary Flames on Monday in a game that is scoreless after one period.

The Flames had nothing to show for two power plays in the first period, running the Kings’ penalty-killing streak to 30 power plays over the last 10 games.

Kings’ goaltender Jonathan Quick kept that streak alive with two quality saves on a power play late in the period.

 

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Photo: Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick deflects a Calgary shot for a save in the first period Monday night. Credit: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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