In a perfect world, the Kings would be the envy of the NHL, but the Pacific Division is a tougher division than the NHL’s.

The Kings are 1-0-0 in the Pacific and have a 5-1-1 record, which is good for fifth in the division, just behind the Rangers.

The Kings have been in the top five since Dec. 3, but that’s not quite enough.

The best the Kings have done this season is finish with a win and tie for first place in the conference standings.

The team is also 2-1 on the road and has not lost a game in Anaheim since Dec 23.

In this clip from NBC Sports Live Extra, John Gibson of NBC Sports calls out the Kings’ 3-2 win over the Oilers on Monday night:The Kings have one of the best defenses in the league, and it is one of their best offensive lines.

The unit is anchored by veteran defenseman Brandon Pirri, who is playing with a brace on his left knee.

Pirri was a minus-3 rating with four shots on goal.

The next best defense on the team was the Ducks at minus-4.

The Ducks were a plus-13, but it wasn’t enough to beat the Kings.

Pirrie and the Ducks were also minus-2 in the shootout.

The Oilers, who lost 3-1 in overtime on Sunday, are not the only team to struggle in this division.

The Bruins and Blues are also struggling, although they are also 2 of 5 in regulation and 5 of 6 in overtime.

Both teams play in the same division and both are playing in the Western Conference Finals.

The Oilers play in Vancouver on Thursday night, and the Bruins face the Anaheim Ducks in Game 5.

The Pacific Division isn’t as deep as it was in the playoffs, but there are a lot of teams that are good at home and good in the third period.

The Pacific is one where you can beat teams like the Kings, the Oilers and the Rangers, who are all 1-1.

This is the best Pacific Division yet, and in many ways the best division in the NHL.

The Coyotes are one of these teams.

The Coyotes are on a seven-game winning streak and are playing better than anyone thought possible with their defensive corps.

The only team they can’t beat is the Kings and that’s because the Kings are the best defense in the League at shutting down the opposition’s best offensive players.

They’re a good defensive team, but not great offensively.

The Blues are in a similar situation, but their defense is playing better.

The Blues have been playing good hockey since the beginning of the season and they’ve shown the ability to make plays against the Ducks and the Sharks.

The defense has been a big reason the Blues have the best record in the Division and a win Sunday night would give them that edge over the Ducks.

The goalies have been great and goaltender Henrik Lundqvist has been great.

He’s played very well in this series.

The only way the Kings can win this series is if they beat the Sharks on Thursday.

It wouldn’t surprise me if they were able to do that, but we’ll see.