Say goodbye to those loose, high-scoring, defense-challenged impostors. That particular
They were such fun to have around.
That gut-wrenching version of the Kings vanished abruptly in Game 3, and now the
For Kings goalie
The Kings lead the best-of-seven series, three games to none. Game 4 is here Wednesday and they could win their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons.
"This was more our style," Kings captain
The even-strength goal he was talking about came from Kings center
Carter's goal, his 10th of the playoffs, qualified as the dagger, officially coming with 0.8 remaining in the period. The other two Kings goals came from defenseman
The Kings were tenacious on the penalty kill as the Rangers went zero for six on the man advantage. Kings defenseman
"This is the game that we want to play," Kings defenseman
The Kings may have played a classic road game, but their offense didn't vanish, either. They've now scored at least three goals for the ninth consecutive game. Winger
They have scored 11 goals in this Stanley Cup Final and no one has scored twice. Doughty spoke about the advantage of having such depth.
"Our top players have been playing great but so far in this Stanley Cup finals, you're not seeing Kopi [
"It's all been Cliffy [
In 2012, the Kings had a 3-0 lead against the
"I haven't even thought about that," Sutter said. "Really has nothing to do with this series when you look. I mean, hell, we got thrown under the bus by everybody on earth seven weeks ago, so …right?"
Even Sutter won't have the underdog card available now. But his players were preaching caution and saying all the right things after winning Game 3.