2011 NHL Schedule: Los Angeles Kings Prep For Home And Home

Can the Kings stay consistent? Let's take a look at who stands in their way.

After losing five straight, the Los Angeles Kings have won two of their last three games with all three games being played at home, including Saturday's 5-2 win over Minnesota. After struggling on offense, the Kings are averaging four goals a game over that span while the defense has stayed steady.

The Kings start the week with a home-and-home against the Anaheim Ducks. On Wednesday, November 16, Anaheim will come to visit. The game will start at 7:30 PM PST and will be televised on Fox Sports West. On Thursday, November 17, the Kings will make the trip to Anaheim. The game will start at 7:00 PM PST and will be aired on Fox West.

The Ducks are losers of seven of their last eight games with one of the worst offenses in the NHL. The Ducks are only averaging 2.0 goals per game for 30th in the league.

The Kings end the week with a visit from the Detroit Red Wings. The Red Wings have one of the top defenses in the league, ranking 4th in goals against. The game will start at 1:00 PM and will be televised on Fox West and NHLNet.

You can find the full 2011-2012 Los Angeles Kings schedule by clicking here.

To watch the games and comment along with your fellow LA fans, skate over to Jewels From The Crown.

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