Los Angeles Kings never lost magic touch on road to Cup finals
By Greg Wyshynski By Greg Wyshynski | Puck Daddy – 1 hour 44 minutes ago TwitterHow do you know the Los Angeles Kings are having a successful postseason? Because the celebrity bandwagon is growing at the exponential rate of … well, celebrity rehab.
AP Phoenix Coyotes left wing Taylor Pyatt (14) and Los Angeles Kings left wing Dwight King (74) battle for the puck during the second period of Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference finals, Tuesday, May 22, 2012, in Glendale, Ariz.
A lost weekend for Southern California basketball and hockey fans ended Sunday night with the Los Angeles Clippers losing to the San Antonio Spurs, 102-99, Sunday night at Staples Center, losing their NBA Western Conference semifinal series,
Can the Coyotes give a repeat performance of Sundays game and beat the Kings again? We'll find out tonight.
Scoring the first goal of the game has been a subplot in the Kings' playoff success so far. Before Game 3 against Phoenix, the Kings had scored the first goal in eight of their 11 games. The Coyotes scored the first goal in