COLUMBUS, Ohio — Anze Kopitar and the Kings have put those slow starts behind them.
Kopitar broke a tie with 2:14 left with his second goal of the game, and Kings beat the Columbus Blue Jackets, 6-4, on Saturday night to remain the only NHL team unbeaten in regulation.
Kopitar also had an assist, Dustin Brown added a goal and three assists, and Jake Muzzin had a goal and two assists. Trevor Lewis, Drew Doughty also scored for the Kings, and Jonathan Quick stopped 32 shots.
At 6-0-1, the Kings are off to the best start in franchise history.
“The last three years
WALNUT – With as much focus as there is on the Mt. SAC Invitational from the cross country community, plenty of county runners were able to grab their share of the spotlight.
Valencia’s Ethan Frisone and Haley Herberg of Capistrano Valley earned top-five finishes in their sweepstakes races, and Aliso Niguel’s Ben McKenna and Jaryd Dukes posted a 1-2 finish in a Division 1 boys varsity race to highlight the meet’s second day Saturday at Mt. San Antonio College.
Frisone, a senior, ran a time of 15:04 for fifth place in the boys individual sweepstakes. It was his fourth top-five finish this
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The charade that is USC football finally got exposed Saturday night.
For nearly two months, USC never improved, made too many mistakes and played to the level of its opponent. USC coach Clay Helton never acknowledged this and questions on these subjects were regarded as an affront to a 6-1 team.
Helton can no longer hide from reality after No. 13 Notre Dame crushed No. 11 USC, 49-14,
ANAHEIM — If only the sight of a deeply-pained Cam Fowler having to be helped off the ice didn’t exist, the Ducks would have reveled in a night of many firsts that ended with an opponent in total collapse.
A spirited three-goal first period segued into a horrific second to survive before the wild contest with Montreal morphed into free-for-all third, where the Ducks put away the woeful Canadiens with three goals in 97 seconds and took home a 6-2 victory before a sellout crowd at Honda Center.
There was enough drama to make a network executive blush but the lingering
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Huntington Beach High junior linebacker John Gosney said he relied on “heart” to end Marina’s threat late in the fourth quarter on Friday night at Sheue Field.
The Vikings were 27 yards from trying to tie the score with 19 seconds left when Gosney tripped up quarterback Ian Green to preserve a 28-20 Sunset League victory on the Oilers’ homecoming night.
Green rolled toward the Vikings’ sideline about to launch a pass toward the end zone when Gosney grabbed at his feet for a game-saving sack.
“I just saw open field and the quarterback,” Gosney said. “I better get