Final

Series (Game 3 of 4)

Detroit leads 4-0

Game 1: Thursday, October 13th
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Kings2
Game 2: Wednesday, November 9th
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OT
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Game 3: Monday, November 28th
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Kings2
Game 4: Thursday, March 9th
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Red Wings 5

(18-6-2, 38 pts)

Kings 2

(16-8-1, 33 pts)

10:30 PM ET, November 28, 2005

STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, California

1 2 3 T
DET 0 3 25
LA 0 1 12

N. Lidstrom (Red Wings - D): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

J. Corvo (Kings - D): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

J. Howard (Red Wings - G): Saves: 22, Save Pct.: .917

Detroit (17-6-2) at Los Angeles (16-7-1) 10:30 pm EST

Detroit (17-6-2) at Los Angeles (16-7-1) 10:30 pm EST

LOS ANGELES (Ticker) -- Although both sit atop the standings in their respective divisions, the Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Kings have had a one-sided series of late, much to the chagrin of the Kings.

Detroit looks to extend its winning streak against Los Angeles to 10 games when the teams meet Monday at the Staples Center.

The Red Wings posted a 5-2 win here October 13 and extended their home unbeaten streak against the Kings to eight with a 5-4 overtime triumph November 9. Robert Lang scored 1:39 into overtime to rescue Detroit, which allowed two goals late in regulation.

Lang had five assists and defenseman Mathieu Schneider recorded his first career hat trick to help the Red Wings to Saturday's 7-6 win at San Jose. Brendan Shanahan scored the tying goal and the game-winner in a span of 70 seconds late in the third period for Detroit, which split the first two games of its three-game road trip.

Los Angeles has won four of its last five after Saturday's 3-2 win over Chicago. Luc Robitaille's goal with less than three minutes left in the second period proved to be the game-winner.

Robitaille owns 547 career goals with the Kings and needs three more to tie Marcel Dionne atop the franchise list.

Los Angeles left wing Ryan Flinn hit his head on the ice at the end of a fight with Blackhawks defenseman Jim Vandermeer, suffering an apparent concussion and being taken off in a stretcher.

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