It was a tough night for the Kings in Okotoks, losing 5-2 in game two of the second round of the playoffs.

They return to Starthmore tonight for game three and Kings' General Manager Lee Smith explained what it means to get back in front of their home crowd. 

"It is very important to be at home.  We have the best fans in the league and they definitely give us a boost."

The team will need that boost as they take on the top seeded team in the league, they stayed disciplined in game two not taking too many penalties but Smith says they need to make some immediate adjustments. 

"We need to play more physical and move our feet.  We need to stick to the game plan and move the puck."

With only 15 shots on net the team will need to find a way to get past the Bisons' strong defence. On the other side, Smith said goalie Landen Brassard has kept things close, as he faced 51 shots and held up well. 

"Brassard has just been fantastic during the playoffs. He is playing the best goal I have ever seen him play."

The Kings are not done yet Smith said, they have put the last two games behind them and are ready to get back on home ice for game 3 and 4. 

Game 3 will be tonight (Saturday) and 8:00 p.m. with game 4 set in Strathmore for Sunday at 4:30. 

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