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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Anze Kopitar broke a long scoreless drought for Los Angeles and Jonathan Quick earned his third shutout of the season to help the Kings snap a five-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over the San Jose Sharks. Kopitars goal late in the second period ended a stretch of more than 154 minutes without a score for the Kings, who avoided their first six-game skid since December 2007. They did it with defence as Quick needed to make only 23 saves, stopping a flurry in the final seconds to seal the win. The game ended a streak of 15 straight games between the California rivals that were won by the home team, including all seven contests in last years second-round playoff series won by the Kings. Los Angeles had dropped nine straight in San Jose since winning Game 5 of a first-round series in 2011 and had not won a regular season game here since Dec. 27, 2010. Alex Stalock made 20 saves for the Sharks, who had won six straight games. But he got little offensive help as San Jose got just nine shots the first two periods and came up empty on three power plays to lose at home in regulation for just the third time all season. The Kings broke their scoreless drought late in the second period on a nifty move by Kopitar. Brent Burns deflected a pass from Jeff Carter to a streaking Kopitar. But Kopitar still managed to gather it and stopped just outside the crease to make Stalock commit before tucking it into the net to give Los Angeles the lead with 2:05 remaining in the second period. The goal was the first for Los Angeles since Kopitar scored early in the first period of a 2-1 loss at Anaheim last Thursday night, ending a scoreless stretch of 154:43. It also ended Stalocks franchise-record scoreless streak at 178:55 for San Jose. The Sharks, limited to seven shots at that point, generated more pressure after falling behind with Quick making a good save against Bracken Kearns and San Jose drawing a late penalty against Willie Mitchell. But the Kings killed off that penalty that carried over into the third period. They negated another power play when Joe Thornton was called for hooking 16 seconds into Slava Voynovs cross-checking penalty and then got a strong save from Quick against Joe Pavelski midway through the third to preserve the lead. It was a typical tight defensive start to the game between two of the leagues stingiest teams with a combined 12 shots in a scoreless first period. While the Sharks had a season-low four shots in the period, they did have the best scoring chance when Quick made a sprawling glove save to rob Kearns on the backhand early with most of the net open. 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Met CenterWhen they were active? 1967-93Playoff appearances: 17Stanley Cup Victories: 0Teams overall record: 2062 GP – 758 W- 970 L - 334 T (.449 winning percentage)Most goals: Brian Bellows 342Most assists: Neal Broten 547Most points: Neal Broten 796Notable players: Neal Broten (1980-93), Brian Bellows (1982-92), Dino Ciccarelli (80-89), Bobby Smith (1978-1993), Craig Hartsburg (1979-89), Brad Maxwell (1977-87), Mike Modano (1989-93) Tim Young (75-83), Fred Barrett (70-83), Gilles Meloche (1978-85), Cesare Maniago (1967-75) and John Casey (97-93).Best Jersey: To me the North Stars logo and colors were classic, like these jerseys the North Stars wore from 1981-88.(Image via NHL Uniforms) Worst Jersey: While I dont think the jerseys are particularly ugly, the fact the North Stars new 1991 logo foreshadowed its impending move puts these North Stars jerseys in this grouping.(Image via NHL Uniforms)Best goalie masks:Jon Casey:(Image via Third String Goalie)Gilles Meloche(Image via THC Vintage Mask)Cesare Maniago(Image via Third String Goalie)Best moustache: Dennis Maruk(Image via The Hockey Legendz)Best/Worst mullet: Mike Modano (Image via Third String Goalie)Did you know? The teams biggest margin of victory in a single game in franchise history was 13 goals when the North Stars defeated the Winnipeg Jets 15-2.(Image via Sarasota Herald-Tribune)Do they have a goal song? Yes. Like many teams they used Gary Glitters Rock and Roll.Biggest fight: Check out this sweet brawl between the Bruins and North Stars.The announcement of the teams impending move:Plus the final minute for the North Stars at the Met Center:Last game: April 15, 1993. The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Minnesota North Stars 5-3.Captain: Mark Tinordi(Image via Classic Auctions)Whyd the move? The team had poor attendance, they couldnt secure a new arena and owner Norm Green was facing an ultimatum from his wife to move the team after a sexual assault lawsuit. After failing to move the team to Anaheim, the NHL said Green could move his team wherrever he wanted.dddddddddddd He eventually moved to Dallas where the team became the Stars.Check out the video of their opening ceremonies..What does a former player have to say?Todd Elik(Image via Trading Card DB)What was it like to play in Minnesota?It was great; its a hockey town. High school hockey is big there. They were great fans.What was your North Stars experience like?I got traded there from L.A. and they just went to the finals the year before against Pittsburgh, so I was coming into a team that was kind of the same. I was just trying to find my role it was great because they had a lot of great players there.What were some of your best experiences playing there?Getting to play on a line for quite a bit with Mike Modano. Played with some great players in Dave Gagner and Ulf Dahlen. What was it like to play with Modano when he was entering his prime?It was fun. I mean just watching him fly. To be a teammate of his was great because he was such a great player and great guy. I also got to play with a great scorer in Brian Bellows.What did you think when the team moved to Dallas?I felt sorry for the city and for the fans because they wanted and expected the team to stay. You could actually feel it, you could sense that they were going to move because of the rumblings and rumors and the way things were going. The fans werent coming as much and you could just sense it.Do you think it was bizarre that a crazy hockey market like Minnesota had trouble drawing in fans?It was strange. High school and college hockey was so big and now with the Wild in the NHL. I have no answer, it was weird. The Met was a great stadium and it probably had the best ice.What do you think playing with the North Stars taught you for the rest of your career?Be good defensively because [coach] Bob [Gainey] wanted that. He made me a good all around player and defensively sound. 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