The Kings must really missing their starting goaltender Jonathan Quick after their 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Wild. They have fallen to 0-3.
After this latest loss, KIngs’ captain Anze Kopitar had this to say:
“There’s a lot of factors to the 0-3 start,” Kings captain Anze Kopitar said. “We just have to be better. That’s the bottom line. … We’re just not playing good enough hockey now. We’re going to have to come back to work and clean it up. Giving up four and six goals, that’s just not going to cut it. You don’t have to be a scientist to figure it out. Cut that down and go from there.”
I just feel like coming back with a snarky remark especially at the scientist remark.
Here what the Kings coach had to say about the loss:
“I said it when (goalie) Jonathan [Quick] got hurt. There’s not one thing I can do about it or anyone can do about it. I expect the guys who are in there to play as well as they can, and if they play as well as they can, that’s good. That’s all you can do. That’s what you do, right?” — Kings coach Darryl Sutter