Card games have been around since the 18th century. But what if a game mechanic were introduced that would troll players with their own cards – only to have them played back against them? That’s exactly what King’s Suffer 3 does and is still innovative enough for this year’s selection as one of our top games.
The “Kings Suffer 3” is a game that might be the 5 letter clue to a crossword puzzle.
(AP) — NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 in a shootout on Monday night, giving them their ninth victory in 12 games. Adam Fox scored the game-winning goal in the sixth round of the shootout.
New York won its sixth consecutive game at home, with Chris Kreider scoring his NHL-leading 30th goal, Barclay Goodrow also scoring, and Artemi Panarin adding two assists. Igor Shesterkin won his 20th game of the season by stopping 28 shots.
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Los Angeles’ Blake Lizotte and Alex Iafallo scored in the second quarter. Jonathan Quick made 34 saves as the Kings dropped their fourth game in a row.
In the third round of the tiebreaker, Los Angeles’ Anze Kopitar and Panarin scored, while Kings rookie Quinton Byfield and New York’s Alexis Lafreniere scored in the fifth round. After Shesterkin had denied Arthur Kaliyev in the sixth round, Fox won the match with a smooth backhand that hit the net.
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The Rangers started overtime with a power play that had been carried over from the previous session. The teams played 4-on-4 for the remainder of the overtime session, which had no whistles, when Kempe came out of the penalty box 46 seconds into the extra period. In the first quarter, New York had five shots while Los Angeles had two.
7 1/2 minutes into the third period, Shesterkin made a spectacular stop on Trevor Moore’s breakaway to retain Los Angeles’ lead at 2-1.
With 5:45 remained in regulation, Goodrow knotted it by deflecting Panarin’s point shot from the left side for his tenth goal.
At 7:09 of the second period, Quick made an acrobatic glove stop on Jacob Trouba to put the Kings down 1-0.
With 8:05 left in the second session, Lizotte knotted it up. Lizotte pushed the ball up the ice after a Rangers error in their offensive zone and scored his sixth goal over Shesterkin’s right shoulder. It was the game’s 19th shot on goal for Los Angeles.
With 1:34 remaining in the first, Panarin almost gave New York the lead by bringing the puck up the right side, getting behind Mikey Anderson, and putting a backhand past Quick that went off the crossbar. Panarin hoisted his stick as he skated to the left, thinking he’d scored, but the game continued.
With 39 seconds left in the second period with the Kings on the power play after Goodrow’s double-minor, Iafallo pushed Los Angeles ahead by taking a feed from Kopitar in front and backhanding it past Shesterkin for his 13th goal.
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The Kings, who came into the game third in the NHL in shots on goal, dominated the first period, outshooting the Rangers 11-3.
Former Ranger Brendan Lemieux landed a heavy hit from behind on Ryan Lindgren into the end boards to the left of the New York goal, igniting a scuffle. Lindgren stood up and skated into Lemieux as other Rangers approached, getting a two-minute penalty for cross-checking. Lemieux was ejected after receiving a five-minute major and a game misconduct for boarding.
The Rangers went on the power play after skating four-on-four for two minutes. With 43 seconds remained in the first, Quick denied Kreider’s wrist shot from the right doorstep, New York’s second attempt on goal of the period.
With two seconds left in the first, Kreider — who scored his sixth career hat trick in Saturday’s victory over Arizona — deflected Fox’s pass in front to put the Rangers on the board. It was Kreider’s league-leading 15th power-play goal.
Kreider has scored in six consecutive games, accumulating nine goals and two assists in the process. … Panarin’s point streak has already reached five games (one goal, eight assists). … Fox’s point streak has now reached six games (two goals, eight assists). … For the third time in four games, Iafallo has scored.
On Thursday night, the Kings visit the New York Islanders.
Rangers: They play in Columbus on Thursday night before returning home for nine of the next eleven games.
Troy Terry scores his team-leading 23rd goal as the Ducks defeat the Bruins 5-3.
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