May 2012 - Page 2 of 23 - LA Kings Insider
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Scouting the Devils

This is Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Kings and the New Jersey Devils. The Devils, the sixth-seeded team from the Eastern Conference, beat the third-seeded Florida Panthers in seven games, then beat the fifth-seeded Philadelphia Flyers in five games and the top-seeded New York Rangers... Read More
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Goalie matchup takes center stage

There are plenty of interesting matchups in the series between the Kings and the New Jersey Devils, but the most compelling one might be between two guys who will never be within 150 feet of each other on the ice: goalies Martin Brodeur and Jonathan Quick. Brodeur, 40, is a future Hall of Famer with... Read More
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Lombardi, on turning points

As the Kings have become a league-wide story throughout this postseason, media members have sought to identify the moment at which things ``clicked’’ for the Kings. It’s an understandable query, but most come away with the understanding that there was not a single turning-point moment but perhaps a ... Read More
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Kings skate update

Almost the entire Kings group went on the ice for today's morning skate. A few players and coach Darryl Sutter spoke with the media, but there was really nothing new to ask after yesterday's extensive media session. Here's an elevated Dustin Brown taking questions after the skate... ... Read More
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Devils skate update

The New Jersey Devils had an optional, but well-attended, morning skate at Prudential Center. Afterward, coach Peter DeBoer said the Devils would not make any lineup changes. Media members then descended upon the Devils' locker room, where Zach Parise helped out by standing on a box to assist the ca... Read More
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Morning in Newark

Technically, it’s not Newark, since as the hotel is outside the city limits, but it’s close enough to make the point. All anyone really cares about is that it's the morning of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals. Congratulations to the Kings and the New Jersey Devils, who have ended their eight-and-a-h... Read More