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Kings' offensive woes return in shutout loss to Coyotes

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Austin Wagner skated back to the bench slowly, showing little emotion as his team's fate became increasingly sealed on Monday night.

Moments earlier, the Los Angeles Kings' speedy forward had streaked down the ice for a third-period breakaway. But like so many chances before it in the Kings'

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