Stanley Cup Finals Schedule 2012: Los Angeles Kings Will End Series in Game 5

June 9th, 2012 by Alex Hall Leave a reply »
The New Jersey Devils will surely be looking to build off the momentum of their Game 4 victory when they take the ice against their visiting opponents tonight, but the Kings will hoist Lord Stanley's Cup in the Garden State after Game 5 is through.

Los Angeles' playoff hero and goalie Jonathan Quick made it clear to CBS Sports he isn't shaken by his team's Game 4 defeat, stating:

It's 0-0. It doesn't matter if you're coming off a win or coming off a loss. Obviously, it's disappointing anytime you lose, no matter what the situation is. As of today it's 0-0. You're trying to win Game 1.

The Kings have controlled much of the first four games of this series, with the third period of Game 4 the only time it has looked as if the Devils were the superior squad in this finals.

New Jersey has held tough, forcing overtimes and equalizing the score more on multiple occasions. That being said, the squad didn't score first in the first three games of the series. Heck, they didn't even score in Game 3.

The Devils are going to try and come out with nothing but confidence due to their recent victory, but it doe ...

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