Kings vs. Devils: Young Stars Who’ll Make Big Impact in Stanley Cup Final

May 26th, 2012 by Steven Cook Leave a reply »
Young players will be hard to come by during this Stanley Cup Final between the Los Angeles Kings and the New Jersey Devils, but the few youngsters on the ice will play a big part in who hoists the Stanley Cup this year. 

We've already seen what an impact young stars, especially rookies, can have in the playoffs. New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider scored his first five NHL goals in this season's playoffs, tied for second on the team, when he joined the team after his national title run with Boston College earlier this year. 

Energy will be at a premium for both teams as they rest up their tired bodies for what should be an exciting and hard-hitting series. 

Let's take a look at some youthful stars who will become difference makers for their teams.


Adam Henrique—New Jersey Devils

Devils forward Adam Henrique is in his first full NHL season, but he's been among the biggest impact players for New Jersey so far in these playoffs.

His OT goal in Game 6 that catapulted the Devils past the cross-river rival Rangers and to the Stanley Cup Final wasn't the first mark he made for his ...

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