Los Angeles is 0-3-9-2 in its last 14 games since a 4-2 triumph
over Edmonton on December 16. The Kings have played four
straight overtime games and 11 of their last 14 have required an
Josef Stumpel and Alexander Frolov each scored as Los Angeles
continued its four-game road trip with Friday's 3-2 overtime
loss at Columbus. The Kings have scored two games or fewer in
five straight games.
The Kings are three games shy of the longest winless stretch in
franchise history - set in the 1969-70 season.
Chicago dropped its third straight with Wednesday's 4-2 loss to
Detroit. Kyle Calder and Tyler Arnason each scored for the
Blackhawks, who have dropped five of six.
The Blackhawks have yielded 28 goals in their last six games.
Los Angeles is 2-1 against Chicago, posting a 4-2 victory at the
lone matchup at the United Center on October 12. Trent Klatt
and defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky each have two goals against the
Blackhawks this season.