The Los Angeles Kings haven’t forgotten their dismal record against the Minnesota Wild last season, when they lost six of the eight meetings, and they won’t bother making excuses.Instead, the Kings are focused on getting off to a good start against the Wild on Saturday night in Los Angeles.The Kings have already accomplished something they hadn’t done since 2017-18, winning their season opener on Thursday night, a 6-2 victory against the visiting Vegas Golden Knights.The veterans led the way for the Kings. Anze Kopitar collected three goals and two assists, Drew Doughty added a goal and three assists, and Dustin Brown had a goal and an assist.Brown is in his 18th season, Kopitar his 16th and Doughty his 14th. They have spent their entire careers with the Kings.Now it’s all about the Wild, who won their season opener on Friday night against the host Anaheim Ducks when Marcus Foligno scored with 7.2 seconds left for a 2-1 decision.”Great win,” said Wild forward Kevin Fiala, who also scored. “Character win.”Foligno said of the decisive play, “I knew time’s ticking down, so I didn’t really want to move from the net. I thought I might have had more body position if I kind of did a spin-o-rama, and I just got lucky.”Minnesota opened last season against the Kings and rallied from a 3-1 deficit inside an empty Staples Center to win 4-3 in overtime. The Wild repeated the same pattern two nights later in another 4-3 overtime victory.Minnesota beat the Kings 4-3 in yet another overtime game last season when Matt Dumba scored with 0.3 seconds left in Saint Paul, Minn.Of the two victories by the Kings against the Wild last season, one was a 4-0 rout in Minnesota’s first game back following a two-week shutdown in February because of a team-wide COVID-19 outbreak.