Los Angeles Kings 2015-16 Regular Season:
Game 67 vs. New Jersey, March 11, 2016, 7:30pm PST
The Los Angeles Kings wrap up their five-game homestand on Saturday night when they play host to the 32-29-7 New Jersey Devils. This will be the second and final the two clubs meet this regular season.
The Devils took the first meeting this season back on Feb. 14 when Joseph Blandisi scored the lone goal in a 1-0 New Jersey win. Rookie netminder Keith Kincaid made 28 saves for his first-career NHL shutout while Jhonas Enroth was saddled with the loss for the Kings.
Speaking of Kincaid, he will start against the Kings again on Saturday. The netminder is coming off a 30-save shutout in San Jose as he hopes to extend his shutout streak by frustrating the silver-and-black even more.
For the Kings, Jeff Carter, who played on the wing last game will remain there for Saturday. After scoring just three times in 22 games, Carter has three goals in his last two outings.
While the Devils will be looking to climb into a playoff spot, the Kings will hope to stay in first in the Pacific Division. It should be a good matchup.
Enjoy the game!