VIDEO: Inside the Kings locker room after 2-1 loss in EDM

Here’s some video from inside the Kings locker room after their 2-1 overtime loss to the Oilers in Edmonton tonight. As you’ll see, a shirtless Drew Doughty called the team ‘brutal’ for the first two periods, Rob Scuderi said there was a ‘lack of preparation’ to start the game (a common theme the last few games) and Darryl Sutter even chimed in with a few thoughts as well. Take a look…

Last night’s post game comments from Sutter included the epic ‘park and ride’ blast when talking about the emotional win in Calgary (full comments here). Sadly, two of his better quotes tonight didn’t make the video.

On the Kings leaving Edmonton with one point instead of two, the coach offered a new Sutterism – ‘We didn’t lose’ (…adding, “We got three out of four. That’s for you guys [reporters] to be negative about, not me.”). Later, when talking about this game vs. the Kings 3-0 loss earlier in the season to the Oilers, Sutter broke loose again, with – “I didn’t see the last time (the Kings) played Edmonton…I didn’t have tickets for that (last) game. Didn’t see it.”

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