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Los Angeles rides rookie defenseman's 2-goals en-route to 5-3 win over Stars.
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Welcome the kings live overtime Bob Miller along with Jim fox well the kings went into Dallas and they beat the Dallas Stars on Thursday night five to three. And Slava -- off the -- 21 year old rookie defenseman recently called up. Had a great night two goals one assist and everybody agrees he is ready to play at this level everyone agrees he's gonna play in the National Hockey League it's a matter of when. He's showing that he can do with the puck everyone. You've got to put the scouting report now he's doing without 15 shot his first career Pro -- radar. It's a shot the rebounds were going to get to this since then all of a conflict here the first goal of this group because Dustin Brown picks the right man at the right time. Then the third period he didn't want. -- sliding one way shoots back kind of against the flow both of this one time shot tonight. Which either scored a goal and led to a goal were shot one timer with a pass is coming directly out of that's difficult to execute he excused if it happened offensively and Jack Johnson back on defense had another strong game against the Dallas and are we keep talking about jacket again especially with Drew -- -- Jack Johnson played 27 minutes 27 seconds more than any other player in the game. He was a plus to those plus minus numbers for Jack Johnson look real good. Third period scrambling the Kris Johnson twice strong on his stick make sure the stars don't get to the puck so he got bored off tonight doing that offensively. You have Johnson doing it both ends of the ice more specifically defensively. Two solid guys back on the -- and they're 91 and one of the last eleven games played in Dallas and now they move on to Phoenix. To take on the Coyotes Saturday night will be on fox sports west 6 PM in Southern California on Saturday night we hope that you'll join -- -- For more NHL but he'll stay logged on to fox sports west dot com.