The ice still measured 200 feet by 85 feet. The nets were still four feet by six feet. They just happened to be on the largest stage in hockey.
Alex Iafallo had his “Hoosiers” movie moment Sunday at Air Canada Centre and realized it was just like the rinks he played growing up — except with banners of Toronto Maple Leafs legends above him in hockey’s biggest fishbowl.
“You can’t describe it,” Iafallo said. “It’s a pretty cool feeling, especially playing with these guys and to be on this streak. You’ve just got to keep going.”
It was a rare day the arena wasn’t being used, so Iafallo and the Kings practiced there as the NHL’s hot topic: a seven-game point...