Kings vs. Devils: Game 5 Highlights, Twitter Reaction and Analysis

June 9th, 2012 by Austin Green Leave a reply »
The New Jersey Devils might just pull off the impossible.

The Devils beat the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals, moving one step closer to completing their miraculous comeback.

Despite going down 3-0 to the dominant Kings, the Devils have rebounded beautifully. After a strong performance in Game 4, they stepped up again in front of their home crowd.

Martin Brodeur put on a clinic in the net, and the Devils got goals from Zach Parise and Bryce Salvador.

The Kings now lead the series 3-2.


Tweets of the Night

Parise was goalless in the Stanley Cup heading into Game 5, but he stepped up tonight, as Dan Rosen of pointed out.

Parise is answering tonight. He's everywhere, and has a goal.

— Dan Rosen (@drosennhl) June 10, 2012 The seemingly ancient Martin Brodeur was excellent throughout the entire series, and ESPN's Pierre LeBrun thinks he was just as impressive as Jonathan Quick.

In my books, Brodeur, 40, has matched Vezina Trophy nominee Quick in this series, which I bet most people wouldn't have predicted beforehand

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