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Atlanta Thrashers And Los Angeles Kings Tied At Zero After One

The Thrashers benefited from some extremely lucky bounces, especially one depriving rookie Brayden Schenn of his first NHL goal. They also benefited from three Kings penalties within the first nine minutes of the first period, but could not convert thanks to the Kings harder hitting style.

So far the Thrashers have twelve shots on Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, and the Kings have managed nine shots on Chris Mason. This is a drastic defensive improvement for the Thrashers, who had allowed twenty shots on goal after one period in Tampa Bay on Saturday night.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.