Two series down, two more to go. Los Angeles Kings has already slayed down two giants en route to just their second appearance in the Conference Finals and two more series wins would give them their first Stanley Cup title in the franchise history. Owners of Los Angeles Kings tickets were witnesses of yet another magical run by the team in the 2012 Stanley Cup after sweeping the St. Louis Blues during the Conference Semifinals.
Los Angeles has been on tear this postseason having lost only one game through two rounds and with the performance they are showing, it seems that their playoff journey is far from over. When the Kings swept St. Louis on May 6, they became the first No. 8 seed in the history of the league to knock off both the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the same year. Los Angeles already defeated the Presidents’ Trophy winner Vancouver Canucks in the first round in five games. With the confidence and momentum of the team at an all-time high, that could already vault them to the top of the NHL playoffs. In the playoff year where there is seemingly no obvious winner, the Kings just might be the one.
The Kings has long been considered as poster boys of parity in the whole league and finding their mojo at the right time of the year is just what the team needs for a run at the title. Due to this, it begs a question of where this version of the Kings has been all year?
Team Captain Dustin Brown says that the team’s confidence grew after big wins against good teams in mid-March. It was a six game winning streak over the likes of the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Anaheim Ducks (twice), Nashville Predators, San Jose Sharks, and St. Louis.
Drew Doughty, the team’s star blueliner, had a different say as to when the team’s confidence developed. He believes that it was during their first playoff game this year in Vancouver’s home ice. Doughty said that it may only be one game but winning on the road against the best team in the past couple of years helped them get that confidence under their belts. He also mentioned that after the Game 1 win, they already got even more confident with their offensive ability. With a top-ranked defense coupled with their newfound offensive ability, Los Angeles just seemed to be in cruise control this playoffs.
For their Conference Finals matchup, Los Angeles would be facing the Phoenix Coyotes, who won their own series in five games over Nashville. With the Kings and Predators facing each other for the right to represent the West in the Stanley Cup, the pride and honor of the Pacific Division has been restored as it took a bit of a hit this year. Pacific did not even have a division winner only until the final few days of the regular season.
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