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Video: Kopitar ends Stalock’s franchise record-breaking shutout streak

Jan 28, 2014, 12:03 AM EDT

Alex Stalock broke the San Jose Sharks’ record for the longest shutout streak tonight, but Anze Kopitar got the Kings on the board first at 17:56 of the second period.

Appropriately, after Stalock had been perfect for so long, it took an impressive goal to finally beat him:

Stalock’s streak latest 178:55 minutes, which was just under eight minutes better than the old mark set by Evgeni Nabokov in 2009, according to CSN Bay Area.

That marker also ended the Kings’ goal scoring drought at 154:43 minutes. Los Angeles is trying to end a five-game slump while San Jose still hopes to extend its winning streak to seven contests.

  1. blomfeld - Jan 28, 2014 at 1:54 AM

    GOOD !!!

    Hopefully friends this is a sign of more good things to come eh ? :)

    GO KINGS GO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • slysipops - Jan 28, 2014 at 7:37 PM

      BLOMS and all the KINGS faithful are happy again!…………..

      • slysipops - Jan 28, 2014 at 7:41 PM

    • slysipops - Jan 28, 2014 at 7:46 PM

      i’m so happy for ya, i couldn’t get it to work correctly twice BLOMS ????

      • blomfeld - Jan 28, 2014 at 10:13 PM

        EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA !! … SLYSIPOPS EQUALS QUALITY !!!!

        Slysipops … I’ve gotta level with you friend, as this ‘losing’ business almost had me in some kind of a depression here lately ? … not to mention the fact that my computer was recently destroyed by some ‘filthy’ virus which apparently originated from a website located in some God forsaken ‘former’ Soviet republic (ie: determined by my friend Stransky, who’s a physicist and an expert in forensic causation analysis) … but alas, I’ve now got a new ‘replacement’ computer and our ‘glorious’ Kings have righted the ship ! … good times ! :) … thanks for that excellent Beatles number “Love Me Do” which was their first ever #1 hit in America back in 1964 ! … are you aware that Paul and Ringo will appear on the Dave Letterman Show next week together, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their first ever appearance in America on the Ed Sullivan Show ? (Sunday, Feb 9th 1964) … be sure to watch that eh ? … your friend, comrade Blomfeld :)

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