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  • Drew Doughty goes from low to high in Kings' 3-2 win over Rangers

    Drew Doughty goes from low to high in Kings' 3-2 win over Rangers
    That wasn't Drew Doughty. No way. Not the guy who established himself as the NHL's best two-way defenseman in these playoffs. But there he was in the first period, trying to work his way around the New York Rangers' defense at the point. Instead, he...
  • Goalie Henrik Lundqvist cannot save Rangers in the end against Kings

    Goalie Henrik Lundqvist cannot save Rangers in the end against Kings
    For the first time all night, Henrik Lundqvist had no response. The New York Rangers goalie stood as still as stone, hands down at his sides, his face tilting slightly toward the rafters as if wondering what more he could do. All night long, he had...
  • Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1

    Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1
    Is there no end to the Kings' resilience, no situation too dire for them to wiggle out of, even if they skate off with the hair at the ends of their lengthy playoff beards singed from the flames they just escaped? Heavy-legged Wednesday in the first...
  • Kyle Clifford plays a new role for Kings in opener — goal scorer

    Kyle Clifford plays a new role for Kings in opener — goal scorer
    Kyle Clifford spent part of Tuesday calming fears that a practice shot he fired hadn't rendered Kings goalie Jonathan Quick useless for the Stanley Cup Final. A night later, the Kings' forward eased the home crowd's concerns that Game 1 was slipping...
  • Kings make a meal of a Big Apple turnover

    Kings make a meal of a Big Apple turnover
    Staples Center was so quiet, you could have heard a tooth drop. The Kings looked so exhausted, it was if they were skating through a natural nightmare. "Sometimes … it's quicksand," said Trevor Lewis. That was Wednesday's Game 1 of the...
  • Rangers Coach Alain Vigneault is familiar with Kings' playing style

    Big forwards crowding the net. Constant forechecking. Lots of hitting and defense. No one has to tell Alain Vigneault about the Kings' brand of hockey. The New York Rangers coach knows what to expect in this Stanley Cup Final. "I've got a real good...
  • Rangers come to Dan Girardi's defense

    Rangers come to Dan Girardi's defense
    The New York Rangers circled around defenseman Dan Girardi on Thursday after the reliable protector of goalie Henrik Lundqvist made the turnover that set up the overtime loss to the Kings in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. "Our group believes so...
  • Rangers' Nash Struggles, And So Does His Team

    Rangers' Nash Struggles, And So Does His Team
    NEW YORK — He barreled in on a 3-on-1 break. The puck stood on its edge and Rick Nash shanked a wrist shot wide of the Pittsburgh net. Ugly. On a power play that has been 36 shades of destitute, Nash turned the puck over in the neutral zone....
  • Rangers' Ryan McDonagh warrants attention on the ice

    Rangers' Ryan McDonagh warrants attention on the ice
    The tipping point in the Stanley Cup Final very well could be which premier defenseman can most effectively continue his inspired postseason run. Like the Kings' Drew Doughty, the New York Rangers' Ryan McDonagh is listed at 6 feet 1, 213 pounds. Each...
  • Stanley Cup Final: Kings? Tired? Fuhgeddaboudit

    Stanley Cup Final: Kings? Tired? Fuhgeddaboudit
    Hours before Game 2, Kings Coach Darryl Sutter acknowledged his team was showing signs of being tired after three seven-game playoff series and a Game 1 overtime opener of the Stanley Cup Final. Add on a double-overtime Game 2 victory and a cross-...
  • Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final

    Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings' playoff run two years ago was so neat and tidy and efficient. They won the first three games in all four rounds, used the same six defensemen in every game, and needed only 20 contests to win the Stanley Cup. Their current run has been far...