Drew DoughtyThe defendants of the old kings of Los Angeles who had the worst record in the NHL meant that the guardian's antique detainees Any designation of any word when he comes to the state of the Thursday team.
"It's hard, it's embarrassing, it's unhappy," said Doughty to L.A. Kings Insider after the kings dropped to 10-18-1 with a 6-3 loss to New Devils Jersey at the Staples Center. "One thing is to lose games when people compete. You can stay with that. And you can stay by doing good things, but when we do not. doing well and we do not compete, you can not live with it, and we have not been living with it since it started.
"We will make everyone help us out there, not just three or four men."
The kings have 1-4-0 in their five games, 3-6-0 in the last nine games, and have reached two goals with fewer than five six games disappeared.
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Doughty, who won the Stanley Cup with the Kings in 2012 and 2014, said he was unhappy with the Los Angeles competitors.
"You see some people physically playing, and the least thing is that the kings need to become a corporate hockey team. We are not as skilled as the other teams, that's just The lowest line, "he said. "We need to be a corporate team. We need to be a hard team to play counterparts. We need teams to come in here and be like," O no, we have to play the LA kings, again in their area, & # 39; you know?
"I do not see enough corporate from our team. I do not see enough competitors and that's why we're playing these games to teams that are I have finally fought for the last place in the papers. I do not talk about It's New Jersey, indeed, I'm talking about other teams, but how We lose those teams. It is not fitting. "
The King shot a John Stevens coach on November 4 and replaced by Willie Desjardins, who is 6-10-0 since he took over.
Wounded is also a cause. Visitor Number 1 Birds Quick 12 games were lost after they had a knee repairing handbag Oct. 30, and on Dustin Brown He lost his first 10 games with a broken branch.
Doughty, who has 16 points (two goals, 14 help) in the 29 games of this season, says he is up to the Kings to turn around. Los Angeles hosts the Golden Knights Vegas on Saturday (4 p.m. ET; FS-W, ATTSN-RM, NHL.TV).
"It's unhappy, it's embarrassing, there are lots of things," he said. "I just do not see enough of the feelings of the whole group to get out of it. It is not going to give three or four different classes every night. I'm going to get all of the group, and I know that no one can see the feeling out there.
"We play with a lack of feelings, that's the lowest line."