Greetings from rainy New York, where the Rangers and the Kings held their morning skates at
"It's really cool. It's got a lot of history here," winger Tyler Toffoli said. "To be able to play here in this rink, in the Stanley Cup Final, it's going to be a pretty awesome experience."
"As games go along and warmups go along, see how guys feel," Sutter said Monday when asked whether he might put Regehr in the lineup.
Most coaches are reluctant to change a winning lineup, so Sutter might lean toward keeping things the same. The Kings' lines in their morning skate were the same as they've been recently.
The team’s ability to win three straight overtime games after not leading in any of the three continues to be analyzed and gain attention. Defenseman
"I think they know their strengths and they definitely utilize them," Martinez said. "We've got to do a better job at having a better start and playing against that.…
"We're not too happy with the process of the past three games. We stuck with our game plan and were able to come back in those games but that's not a good habit to be in, especially against a hockey club like the one across the building here. We've got to get out of the habit of doing that."