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Kings vs Hurricanes Game 53: Lines, Notes & How to Watch

A win on Tuesday gives the Kings a 4-2 road trip, putting them in a great spot heading into the break.



To end their six-game road trip and lead them into the All-Star break, the Los Angeles Kings take on the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday.

Puck drops at 4:00 PM.

A win on Tuesday gives the Kings a 4-2 road trip, putting them in a great spot heading into the break.

Beating the Hurricanes in Carolina won't be an easy task though, with the second-best record in the league, Carolina is a true cup contender that will punish sloppy play.

Expected Los Angeles Kings:

Quinton Byfield-Anze Kopitar-Adrian Kempe

Alex Iafallo-Phil Danault-Viktor Arvidsson

Kevin Fiala -Blake Lizotte-Jaret Anderson-Dolan

Rasmus Kupari-Alex Turcotte-Samuel Fagemo


Mikey Anderson-Drew Doughty

Sean Durzi-Matt Roy

Alex Edler-Sean Walker


Pheonix Copley

Jonathan Quick

Expected Carolina Hurricanes Lines:

Teuvo Teravainen-Sebastian Aho-Seth Jarvis

Andrei Svechnikov-Jesperi Kotkaniemi-Martin Necas

Jordan Martinook-Jordan Staal-Jesper Fast

Stefan Noesen-Paul Stastny-Derek Stepan


Brady Skjei-Brett Pesce

Jalen Chatfield-Brent Burns

Calvin de Haan-Dylan Coghlan


Frederik Andersen

Annti Raanta

Special Teams:

Los Angeles Kings Power Play: 42-177, 23.73%, 10th in NHL

Los Angeles Kings Penalty Kill: 44-176, 75.0%, 25th in NHL

Carolina Hurricanes Power Play: 32-171, 18.71%, 25th in NHL

Carolina Hurricanes Penalty Kill: 31-171, 81.87%, 7th in NHL

Los Angeles Kings Pregame Notes:

  • Tonight marks the Kings' final game before the NHL All-Star Game. The team will return to the ice on Feb. 11 against the Pittsburgh Penguins as the organization honors former captain Dustin Brown with the retirement of his No. 23.
  • Blake Lizotte is riding a three-game point streak (2-1=3) vs. the Hurricanes.
  • Rasmus Kupari appeared in his 100th career NHL game on Saturday night, becoming the 24th skater from the 2018 NH Draft class to reach such a mark.
  • Viktor Arvidsson sits two games shy of his 500th career NHL game.
  • Only Carolina (7) has more shorthanded goals since Jan. 1, 2023 than the Kings (3).

How to Watch:

TV: Bally Sports West, ESPN+; Radio: iHeartRadio

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