LA Kings' Anze Kopitar learns from shootout move against Devils' Martin …
The Kings brought their forecheck game, rolled four lines and got strong goaltending. So did the Devils. With all the bodies flying around, and all the sticks outstretched to deflect pucks, there wasn't any room on the ice to make
Here's the statistic that will keep the New Jersey Devils from getting too down on themselves this morning, and keep the Kings from patting themselves on the back too much. In the second round, the Devils lost Game 1 to the
(on the reason for the Kings' road success…) QUICK: “I think we've out‑worked teams. I think whoever wins this series is going to be the team that out‑works the other.” (on his tussle with Zach Parise…) QUICK: “Well, I don't
The Kings looked sluggish following an eight-day layoff after their five-game elimination of the Coyotes in the Western Conference finals. But Quick matched Brodeur and allowed just an own goal off LA defenseman Slava Voynov through regulation.
(on the impact of the Kings' fourth line…) KOPITAR: “They probably had one of the best games in the playoffs so far. You know, they had some really good ones before. Tonight they capped it off with a nice goal. Definitely got