LA is up 2 games to 0 in this series after winning both of their road games to open the Stanley Cup Finals. That makes it 4 series in a row where the LA Kings won the first two games of the series on the road. In fact they are 10-0 on the road in these playoffs after those overtime victories in New Jersey. Now the question is whether or not the Kings will be able to win a couple of games at home and sweep the Devils to win the Stanley Cup in dominant style and become the lowest seed to ever win the Cup.
The Kings have gone up 3-0 in all 3 of their previous series’ in these Stanley Cup Playoffs and have swept 1 of those series, while winning the other two on the road in 5 games...Read More