Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi on the upcoming road trip

Post game comments from Kings coach Terry Murray and Dustin Brown have already been posted and can be found on the homepage.

Following the Kings 2-1 loss to the Dallas Stars, defenseman Rob Scuderi had this to say…

On the team’s penalties – “I thought we had a great start to the game in the first five or six minutes, but any time you go to the box it kills your momentum. We were rolling lines, rolling D, and things were going pretty well but when you take penalties you get out of that rhythm; everyone gets out of the rhythm.”

On the upcoming road trip – “[The road trip games mean] the same thing as this home one. Let’s get some wins. We are at the point where let’s not care and maybe our goalie needs to steal one for us, maybe [we need] just a little momentum. You’d like to see your efforts pay off. I think we do a lot of things right, we are just not scoring a couple of goals.”

On a possible team shake-up – “I like to think and I truly believe that the answer is in here. I’m very, very optimistic that we are going to come out of this. I know it has been a tough stretch and no one is denying that. But I truly believe that the answer is in here. As far as if they think a shake-up is necessary, that is out of our hands.”

Brown’s comments can be read here…and coach Murray’s comments are here.

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