Prediction Panel: Apr. 2

Kings' Prediction PanelJonathan Quick is rested and is sure to be on top of his game. He notched his franchise record ninth shutout of the season, this one against the Flames last week.

The Oilers don't figure to put a lot of rubber on net, thanks to the Kings' defensive play. Last time they played, they allowed only 14 shots.

I'm guessing of the three games remaining, tonight's game would be Quick's best shot for the one for his thumb. (If you don't follow what I'm hinting at, don't worry about it. Nothing to see here. No jinxing here. Nope.)

At the end of tonight, not only will the Kings be that much closer to clinching a playoff spot, Quick might possibly set a benchmark for the franchise.

Score: Kings 2, Oilers No score (See what I did there?)

How did our awesome Kings Prognosticators do? Well, there's a new co-leader in the clubhouse...

Edmonton (32-38-9, 73 pts)
at Los Angeles (39-27-13, 91 pts)

Paul Ambruster from Kings News Daily

Score: Kings 5, Oilers 2

Reason: The Oilers might not have any quit in them, but when Ryan Whitney said after the last game, ‘It was like they had seven guys out there,’ I have to believe Edmonton yelled a collective ‘Uncle’ for the Kings this season. Time for another whoopin.

Record: 17-12

The Royal Half from The Royal Half

Score: Kings 3, Oilers 2

Reason: Jeff Carter scores 3 goals Roy Hobbs style before his leg falls off and he's done forever.

Record: 17-12

Meg Jerrell from Kings Court

Score: Kings 3, Oilers 1

Reason: The Kings only have two home games left, losses aren't an option and the Oilers will be on their second game on back-to-back nights. We got this!

Record: 16-13

Jon Gillette from Rink Royalty

Score: Kings 4, Oilers 2

Reason: The Kings will win the division! The reward for this accomplishment; a first round date with the Hawks who have playoff experience on their side but a team the Kings have played well against this season.

Record: 16-13

Reason: Hipcheck from LA Kings Road Talk podcast

Score: Kings 4 Oilers 1

Reason: Kings refuse to lose and put another 4 spot on the board.

Record: 14-15

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