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When the Los Angeles Kings host the Arizona Coyotes

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on Thursday night at Staples Center http://www.officialhurricanes.com/authe ... our-jersey , they’ll try to pick up where they left off before the Christmas break. The Kings (14-20-3) have collected points in three straight games for the first time this season, beating the visiting Winnipeg Jets 4-1 followed by overtime wins at the San Jose Sharks and Vegas Golden Knights on consecutive days last weekend.“It’s going to make the break that much better and we feel really good in here,” Kings defenseman Drew Doughty told reporters after the win against Vegas on Sunday. “At the same time, we can’t let this break slow down our momentum. We’ve got to carry it through and carry it on after.”Article continues below ...The Coyotes (16-18-2) won two in a row before the break, beating the visiting Colorado Avalanche 6-4 on Saturday to end a three-game losing streak before winning a shootout in San Jose on Sunday.“It definitely boosts our confidence,” said Arizona forward Alex Galchenyuk, who scored twice in regulation and had the only goal of the shootout against San Jose. “We’re working hard, playing the right way, executing the game plan. We’re a hard team to beat and we’re creating scoring chances, we’re going to the net and playing solid in our own end. … We’ve got to keep going now. We’re not satisfied. There’s still a lot of games to be played and we’ve got to keep pushing.”The Coyotes have already won at Staples Center this season, beating the Kings 2-1 on Dec. 4.Adin Hill made 25 saves in that game to improve to 4-0-0 in his rookie season, but he has allowed at least three goals in each of his past five starts and was returned to Tucson of the American Hockey League on Monday.Darcy Kuemper likely will get the start against the Kings on Thursday. He earned the win against San Jose after losing his previous six starts, though the Coyotes were held to one goal in four of those outings and two in another.The Kings remain last in the NHL in scoring at 2.30 goals a game, but they’ve done better lately, scoring at least three goals in four straight games for the first time this season.Despite a rocky first three months of the season Scott Darling Jersey , Los Angeles is only eight points out of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.“You never know what can happen,” Doughty said. “We know that if we can win, let’s say 15 out of 20, 17 out of 20, something like that, we might be back in the picture. You never know, so we’ve just got to control what we’re doing and win some hockey games.”The Coyotes are five points out of the final playoff spot. They also realize they need to keep winning if they hope to reach the playoffs for the first time since the 2011-12 season, when they lost to the Kings in the Western Conference finals.“It’s going to be a big second half for us, a big push mentally,” Arizona coach Rich Tocchet told reporters after the win against San Jose. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Cam Atkinson equaled a Blue Jackets franchise record for goals scored, but he knows there’s much more to accomplish.Atkinson scored twice and Artemi Panarin had four assists to lead Columbus to a 5-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Saturday night for the Blue Jackets’ fourth straight win.Atkinson’s 41 goals tie a franchise high set by Rick Nash during the 2003-04 season.“It’s a cool accomplishment, for sure,” Atkinson said. “There are still some big games left, but I’m not done. What I bring is when I score Youth Sebastian Aho Jersey , I help the team win and hopefully I can get some more before the regular season ends.”David Savard, Oliver Bjorkstrand and Boone Jenner also had goals, and Sergei Bobrovsky made 23 saves for Columbus, which maintained its hold on the final wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Matt Duchene added two assists.“It felt good,” Duchene said. “(Panarin) made some unbelievable plays tonight and Cam did what he does, so it’s fun. I thought we had all four lines going tonight. We had everyone pulling in the right direction.”Viktor Arvidsson and Filip Forsberg scored for Nashville, which had its two-game winning streak stopped.One night after an impressive road win in Pittsburgh, the Predators didn’t match the effort of the desperate Blue Jackets.“Last night, definitely. Today, I don’t think it was good enough,” Forsberg said. “No excuses, like I said. Columbus is a good team. They played well tonight. Our game has to be better on Tuesday.”Atkinson scored the game’s first goal 50 seconds after the opening faceoff. From the high slot, Panarin sent a pass to Atkinson at the right faceoff dot, where he sent a wrist shot by Nashville’s Juuse Saros for his 40th of the season.Saros made 27 saves after he was scratched from the lineup Friday night in Pittsburgh due to an illness.Arvidsson tied it at 1 at 8:50 of the first with a short-handed goal. Columbus’ Josh Anderson could not control the puck in the neutral zone, and Arvidsson pounced on the turnover going the other way on a breakaway against Bobrovsky. Arvidsson fired a wrist shot from the high slot by Bobrovsky on the stick side. The goal was Arvidsson’s 33rd this season Authentic Teuvo Teravainen Jersey , equaling a Nashville franchise record.Savard made it 2-1 at 15:58 of the first on a delayed penalty against the Predators.Bjorkstrand scored with 2.5 seconds remaining in the first.Bobrovsky stopped a point-blank chance by Nashville’s Colton Sissons with 12 seconds left in the period, and then Panarin led the puck up ice before finding Bjorkstrand in the right circle, where he scored his 20th of the season with a wrist shot high to the glove side.Forsberg’s goal at 12:14 of the second briefly closed Nashville’s deficit to one, but Jenner scored 1:14 later to give the Blue Jackets another two-goal advantage.“Jenner’s is a huge goal,” Columbus coach John Tortorella said. “We get scored on, we don’t want the puck in the neutral zone, they ended up coming back down, they score. To answer right away there, it just gets the momentum right back on our side.”Atkinson’s second of the night came at 15:46 of the second.Saros stopped Atkinson on a penalty shot with 4:47 remaining in the game, denying his attempt for a hat trick.NOTES: Panarin’s 56 assists on the season established a Columbus franchise record. … Nashville D Dante Fabbro made his NHL debut. Fabbro, the 17th overall pick in the 2016 Entry Draft, signed with the Predators earlier this week after completing his junior season at Boston University. … Arvidsson extended his scoring streak to three games. … Bjorkstrand has scored in four consecutive games. … Columbus is 31-7-2 when scoring first this season.UP NEXT:Blue Jackets: At Buffalo on Sunday night.Predators: At Buffalo on Tuesday night.

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