The Kings won the opener, 3-2, on Wednesday on
Regehr hasn't played since May 3, when he sustained a knee injury during the opener of the Kings' second-round series against the Ducks. Neither he nor Greene is exactly a speedster, but Greene often has struggled to keep up with swift opponents. However, he was outstanding in the Kings' Western Conference clincher against Chicago, contributing six hits, one block and two assists while compiling a +3 defensive rating.
For the Rangers,
The Kings practiced at their El Segundo facility on Friday, while the Rangers skated at Staples Center. The Kings' lines were the same as in Game 1: