Final

Series (Game 2 of 8)

Series tied 4-4

Game 1: Thursday, October 19th
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Coyotes0
Game 2: Saturday, November 4th
Kings4Final
Coyotes6
Game 3: Saturday, November 18th
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Kings5
Game 4: Thursday, November 30th
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Coyotes7
Game 5: Tuesday, December 26th
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SO
Kings4
Game 6: Saturday, January 20th
Coyotes3Final
Kings2
Game 7: Thursday, April 5th
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Coyotes3
Game 8: Saturday, April 7th
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Kings3

Kings 4

(4-9-3, 11 pts)

Coyotes 6

(4-10-0, 8 pts)

9:00 PM ET, November 4, 2006

Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona

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LA 3 1 04
ARI 3 3 06

D. LeNeveu (Coyotes - G): Saves: 38, Save Pct.: .950

S. Doan (Coyotes - RW): Goals: 2, Assists: 0

G. Laraque (Coyotes - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

Los Angeles (4-8-3) at Phoenix (3-10-0) 9:00 pm EST

Los Angeles (4-8-3) at Phoenix (3-10-0) 9:00 pm EST

GLENDALE, Arizona (Ticker) -- Two struggling hockey clubs meet on Saturday when the Phoenix Coyotes host the Los Angeles Kings.

Phoenix, losers in six of its last seven, was dreadful in a 6-2 setback against the Anaheim Ducks on Friday.

Curtis Joseph was pulled after stopping only 16-of-21 shots in two periods. The Coyotes only trailed, 1-0, after the first period, but fell apart in allowing four second-period goals.

Patrick Fischer and Mike Comrie both scored for Phoenix, which allowed three power-play goals in seven opportunities.

The Coyotes have surrendered a league-high 59 goals.

The Kings have been struggling lately in losing four of their last five games.

Los Angeles lost its last outing, 4-3, in overtime to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday. Michael Cammalleri, Dustin Brown and Rob Blake scored for the Kings, who were unable to hold a 3-2 third-period lead.

The Kings did go 1-for-2 on the power play, but are struggling this season with a 11.2 percent conversion rate. Los Angeles has had 107 opportunities with the extra man, far exceeding the San Jose Sharks, whose 85 chances are the second most.

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