Before Justin Williams and Anze Kopitar were injured, the LA Kings’ had a consistently productive offense, right?

Wrong.

Since Justin Williams and Anze Kopitar have gone down, the LA Kings have made the necessary adjustments to the offense, right?

Wrong.

Certainly, they have stopped going to the same system of getting the puck along the boards and to the point for a shot each and every time, right?

Wrong.

They have carried the puck away from the perimeter and began to take the puck lateral and through the inside circles and hashmarks for their offensive chances, right?

Wrong.

They have started getting the puck to the point to reset the offense, not to constantly fire shots from the point through a sea of legs and sticks that, at best, creates blocked shots, deflections or shots that go wide, right?

Wrong.

Tell me that they are not still relying on that inept shot mentality that is based on the absurd premise that simply firing shots on net from all angles will somehow create more goals…for the love of God, tell me that has stopped, right?

Wrong.

Are the players still looking away from passing and shooting lanes and mechanically getting the puck to the point?

Right.

That is terrible..well, I’ve seen the Clifford, Simmonds and Richardson line clicking well and creating chances, mostly by keeping it simple and using their speed to get the puck to the net…that’s good, right?

Right.

So, Murray has been putting Clifford, Simmonds and Richardson on the powerplay and not just repeating the same lines that have failed time and time again, right?

Wrong.

I can’t believe it. You’re telling me Terry Murray hasn’t made a single adjustment to the offense and is still preaching for more of the same when the same has not generated much of anything over 2 goals per game on any consistent basis?

Right.

Is he stubborn or incompetent?

Right again.

Sigh…Go Kings?

Always. GO KINGS!