To this point in the season, Pittsburgh finds itself sitting fourth in the Eastern Conference's Metropolitan Division with 47 points (21-9-5), though they are just three points out of first. The Penguins have been one of the NHL's hottest teams of late, too, charging up the standings thanks to a 9-1-0 record over their last 10 contests.
Pittsburgh's most recent outing was a 4-1 victory over the Ducks, behind goals by Evgeni Malkin and Jeff Carter, who each netted two apiece. The team's most productive player this season, however, has been left winger Jake Guentzel, who has 35 points in 29 games.
Los Angeles, meanwhile, enters tonight's game in third place in the Pacific Division with 41 points (18-13-5) and on a recent run of form, having won six of their 10 outings.
The Kings' most recent contest was one of those victories, a 3-1 win over the Rangers with goals by Phillip Danault, Adrian Kempe and Blake Lizotte. The team's leader in points center Anze Kopitar, with 30 points in 36 games.
Tonight's Penguins-Kings matchup features some of the best players in hockey and is not one to be missed for fans of the NHL. Tune into ATT Sportsnet Pittsburgh at 10:30 p.m. ET to catch the action.