The Kings will look to end their four-game losing streak and are coming off a tough 5-4 loss against the Winnipeg Blues last week.
"It all comes down to our team speed," said Marc Berry, Head Coach and GM of the Kings. "We have to make sure our feet are going, and we need to play at a pace that Virden is uncomfortable with."
The Oil Capitals are sixth in the league with a 9-5 record and finished off October with a 5-4 record.
"They have a very potent power play," said Berry. "They're a good hockey club, and they've got a lot of veterans. It's going to be a very good test for our guys."
Although it's been a tough season for the Kings (4-12-0-1), Berry has high praise for the team.
"I really like the character of the guys," said Berry. "We're a tough team to play against, and everyone stands up for one another."
On the other side of it, Berry notes some things that need to be changed.
"We need to clean up our consistency," said Berry. "And we have to get healthy. We've lost a lot of man games because of sickness and injury."
The Oil Caps and Kings will return to Credit Union Place tomorrow evening for a rematch with puck drop set for 7:30.
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