Kings Score Four Unanswered Goals To Win Preseason Opener In Colorado

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Kings Overcome Third Period Deficit, Defeat Avalanche

Denver, CO (Sports Network) – Brad Richardson and Justin Williams both scored third-period goals, lifting the Los Angeles Kings to a 4-2 win over Colorado in preseason action.

Michal Handzus and John Zeiler also tallied for the Kings, while Jonathan Bernier stopped 21-of-23 shots.

Philippe Dupuis and Kyle Quincey both lit the lamp for the Avalanche. Craig Anderson started between the pipes and turned away all but one of 18 shots he faced. John Grahame replaced Anderson midway through the second period and surrendered three goals on 24 shots the rest of the way.

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NHL Preseason In Progress: Kings Trail Avalanche After First Period

NHL preseason is here. The Kings began their warmup slate with a contest in Colorado. This is one of six preseason games for the Kings this year. The Kings haven't had a losing preseason record since 1988-89, when they were 2-5-2.

The Colorado Avalanche scored first tonight, with a goal at 2:28 of the first period by Philippe Dupuis, who has not scored a goal in 12 regular season games in his career.

The game can be heard online at NHL.com.

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