Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Stanley Cup 2014,The Los Angeles Kings are one game away from winning the 2014 Stanley Cup.Kings vs. Rangers Game 3

The Kings needed overtime to come back and defeat the New York Rangers in Los Angeles for the first two games of the finals, but at the last second goal by Jeff Carter in the first time, the game-winner turned out on Monday. The Kings put a 3-0 shutout lick her hosts at Madison Square Garden a stranglehold of the Stanley Cup Finals.

The game started at a slow pace, probably due to the cross-continent journey by both teams for a two-hour marathon in LA on Saturday night.

After the Rangers were on their first power-play opportunity fooled with to use in the first period less than three minutes, at the last second by Carter shortly after the end of the penalty kill shot off the foot of the Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi on Henrik Lundqvist remain with only seven tenths of a second in the opening frame.

The Kings have some puck luck in the second period, with Jake Muzzin and Mike Richards to build by some insurance companies, the lead to 3-0. New York came up with a certain effort and outshot Los Angeles 17-8 in the middle frame, but Kings' Goalie Jonathan Quick has his best performance of the playoffs, while the Rangers squandered six power play opportunities without a goal.

After offering up an uncharacteristic 33 giveaways in Game 2, Los Angeles returned to their defensive generally sound game, devotion only six giveaways in Game 3

The final shots were 32-15 in favor of the Rangers, but with the Stanley Cup now in her hand, Quick and the Kings some mistakes in Game 3 locks. Leave their bad habits behind, Los Angeles is more and more like a team of destiny views in 2014.

The New York Rangers will be another chance to their Stanley Cup dream to keep alive at Madison Square Garden, when they get the Kings face again for Game 4 on Wednesday.


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