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Ducks Kings Game 7 May 16th!
Facing other elimination game, their fifth of the postseason, the Los Angeles Kings did what they've done time and time again over the past three seasons, rallied with their backs against the wall. Last night the Kings defeated the Anaheim Ducks at STAPLES Center to send the Freeway Faceoff to a deciding seventh game, Friday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim. The Kings got back to basics and played Kings hockey, solid defense, a strong penalty kill, and outstanding goaltending from Jonathan Quick.
After being outplayed by Anaheim rookie John Gibson in the fourth and fifth games of the series, Jonathan Quick returned to form, allowing just a lone goal, an outstanding second period wraparound by Ducks forward Kyle Palmieri. Quick stopped 21 goals on the evening and, combined with a sturdy defensive effort, largely kept the Ducks star forwards in check. With Quick playing solid in the nets, the Kings managed to get two pucks past Gibson. Jake Muzzin scored an early goal, at the 8:16 mark of the first period with assists from Anze Kopitar and Marian Gaborik. The game would remain scoreless until the 14:04 mark of the second period when Trevor Lewis scored on a wrist shot that Gibson should have stopped. Lewis's goal, his fourth of the postseason after scoring just six regular season goals, gave the Kings a two-goal lead. Kyle Palmieri would score for Anaheim on a nifty wraparound just over a minute later to make the score 2-1. The Kings defense would make the 2-1 lead hold up as they stopped the Ducks advances the rest of the way.
After three straight losses the Kings are once again in a position to win a game seven on the road, just like in the opening round versus San Jose. The key to victory in Anaheim might be getting some production from their usual goal scorers. The Kings have received just a lone goal from Jeff Carter in the series and no goals from Anze Kopitar, Drew Doughty, Justin Brown, Justin Williams and Jarrett Stoll.
Game seven is Friday at Honda Center