The Kings are back for another Game 7. No worries.

Just ask Darryl Sutter.

The Kings coach isn’t fretting over Game 7 at the United Center in Chicago. On the contrary.

The Kings are 2-0 in Game 7s this postseason, but they sure are in an awfully precarious situation after a 4-3 loss to Chicago in Game 6 at Staples Center in the Western Conference finals.

Sutter was spinning a glass-is-half-full theme after Friday’s game, which was the perfect attitude.

Asked what he said to his players after the game, Sutter deadpanned: “Fly at 11.”

Not to say it would be easy, but the Kings aren’t lacking in experience, savvy and guts in these situations.

The Kings are a resilient bunch. That must make Sutter feel better.

“I don’t have to feel better,” Sutter said. “I feel pretty good, actually.”

Sutter has to be hiding doubts about the Kings’ defense.

Chicago star Patrick Kane skated around the ice in the Kings’ own end as though no one else was around and scored the game-winner on a wrister with 3:10 left.

What a dagger. Not only was it the back-breaking goal in Game 6, it meant the Kings are headed back to Chicago for Game 7.

Sutter seemed more disappointed the Kings didn’t clinch a berth in the Stanley Cup Final after the double-overtime loss in Game 5 at the United Center. The Kings rallied from a 2-0 deficit in Game 2 to win in Chicago. It’s been the only opponent victory in Chicago this postseason.

“Going into their building is tough, but we’ve proven we can go in there and win,” captain Dustin Brown said. “It’s just a matter of getting that right mindset.”

The Kings are acting like Tony Robbins on Red Bull.

Sutter even scolded a reporter for asking him why he wasn’t disappointed the Kings didn’t close out the series in Los Angeles. How dare someone not share his sunny outlook.

“That’s two really good hockey clubs bordering on the top end of the league,” Sutter said. “To think that it wouldn’t be a (Game) 7 or a 6 or anything like that, I’m not disappointed in that at all. That’s a really negative way to look at it if you want to ask a question like that.”

The Kings took an early 1-0 lead on a Dwight King goal on a nice pass from Jarret Stoll in the first period. Not only did Chicago tie the game early in the second period, but the Blackhawks scored back-to-back goals in a span of 97 seconds from Kane and Ben Smith to take the lead.