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Perhaps being in the midst of losing six of their last seven games was not the time to bring in the Dodgers mojo, but on it went with manager Don Mattingly dropping the ceremonial puck to start the game. So it really came as no surprise to see the Kings lose to the St. Louis Blues 3-1.

But the Kings continued to show no sense of urgency with the looming February roadtrip as they were outplayed by the Blues who were trying to break their own five-game losing streak. But don't tell that to the team.

“There were a lot of positives of today's game, but the big negative is that we lost,” Jarret Stoll said.

“I thought we played pretty good here tonight,” head coach Terry Murray said.