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Ducks November Schedule 2015

Ducks November Schedule 2015

The Anaheim Ducks are starting to finally get in a groove as they have won four straight games and are 5-4-1 in their last ten games. The Anaheim Ducks are currently sitting in eleventh place in the Western Conference just two points behind the eighth place San Jose Sharks and ten points behind the Western Conference leaders the Dallas Stars. Still very early in the 2015-16 NHL regular season the Ducks can make up some quick ground with the six games left in the Ducks November schedule at the Honda Center.

Anaheim Ducks November Discount CodeArizona Coyotes @ Anaheim Ducks November 9th
Price Range $15.00 – $94.00
The Coyotes are sitting in tenth place in the Western Conference just one point ahead of the Ducks. The Coyotes are just 3-6-1 in their last ten games and are 4-2-1 on the road. Last season the Ducks beat up on the Coyotes winning 3 out of the 5 games they played with the other two in overtime shootouts getting the Ducks two points. Watch the Coyotes and Ducks Tip Off at the Honda Center. Get your Ducks vs Coyotes tickets today.

Edmonton Oilers @ Anaheim Ducks November 11th
Price Range $16.00 – $138.00
The Oilers are sitting near the bottom of the Western Conference standings and are 5-5 in their last ten games and 2-4 on the road. Last season the Anaheim Ducks won all four meetings against the Edmonton Oilers and the Ducks look poised to do it again this season. The Ducks November 11th meeting against the Oilers will also be Military night at the Honda Center. Get Ducks vs Oilers tickets for their Honda Center tip off.

NY Islanders @ Anaheim Ducks November 13th
Price Range $25.00 – $165.00
The Eastern Conference New York Islanders are sitting in the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference and are 5-3-2 in their last ten games. The Islanders are just 2-2-1 on the road so far this season. Last year the Ducks won their first meeting against and also scored a point in their second meeting which went into a shootout. Fans in attendance at the Islanders versus Ducks game at the Honda Center will receive the second of three coins celebrating Anaheim Ducks Heroes. The coin will be Teemu Selanne coin. Ducks vs Islanders tickets for the Honda Center.

Calgary Flames @ Anaheim Ducks November 24th
Price Range $18.00 – $193.00
The Calgary Flames are currently sitting one point behind the Anaheim Ducks in the Western Conference. The Flames are 4-5-1 in their last ten games and 2-4-1 on the road this season. The Ducks had a winning record against the Flames last season going 3-1-1. The Ducks November 24th game against the Flames will also be Ducks Heroes Coin #3 of 3 – J.S. Giguere. Score Ducks vs Flames tickets for the Honda Center.

Chicago Blackhawks @ Anaheim Ducks November 27th
Price Range $79.00 – $440.00
By far the Chicago Blackhawks at the Honda Center against the Ducks will be the biggest Ducks November schedule game! The Blackhawks are currently sitting in the eighth seed of the Western Conference and are 5-4-1 in their last ten games. The Blackhawks are struggling on the road this season as they are only 1-5 away from the United Center. It’s a great chance for the Ducks to gain some ground in the Western Conference as well as defeating the NHL Stanley Cup Champions. Ducks goalie Fredrik Andersen will have his hands full with Blackhawks Patrick Kane who is ranked third in points with 19 so far this NHL season. Blackhawks Patrick Kane is also ranked second in goals with nine. Get Ducks vs Blackhawks tickets today.

Vancouver Canucks @ Anaheim Ducks November 30th.
Price Range $20.00 – $165.00
The Anaheim Ducks November schedule will end with a game at the Honda Center against the seventh seed Vancouver Canucks who are 3-4-3 in their last ten games. Vancouver has been strong on the road so far this season as they are 4-1-1 on the road and just 2-3-3 at home. Ducks vs Canucks tickets availabe now.

The Anaheim Ducks will look to Frederik Andersen to keep up his strong play in goal as he is averaging 2.03 goals allowed a game. The league average is 2.48. Frederik Andersen is ranked seventh in save percentage with a .935.

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NHL Ticket Prices Heading Into 2015

Heading into the 2015 half of the NHL season the Anaheim Ducks are sitting on top of the league with 52 points with fellow Western Conference rivals the Chicago Blackhawks just two points behind but with an average of 237.09% price difference to see each team on their home ice.

The most expensive NHL average ticket belongs to the Chicago Blackhawks followed by the New York Rangers. The Blackhawks and Rangers dont play each other until March but to get in the door for the United Center game on March 8th will run you $163 per ticket and to see the Rangers vs Blackhawks on March 18th at Madison Square Garden will cost you $150 per ticket to get in.

The Blackhawks vs Kings at the United Center on March 20th will run you $150 to get in the door and but at the Staples Center on January 28th Kings vs Blackhawks tickets start at $69.00 per ticket. In the United States even with the Stanley Cup on the West Coast again hockey is still a diehard East Coast sport with five of the top ticket prices all being East Coast Teams the Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals.

The jump of 344.68% in price from a Carolina Hurricanes home game at the PNC Arena in Raleigh North Carolina which has a $47.00 average ticket price to the Chicago Blackhawks $209 average ticket price shows just how much a of a hockey town Chicago is.

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Jets & Blackhawks Highlight the Ducks Ticket Prices For January

The Ducks returned home to face the always tough San Jose Sharks on Monday Night at Honda Center which they pulled out an overtime victory 3-2 thanks to Ryan Kesler’s goal at the 00:58 mark. Anaheim will have four days off before they travel to Phoenix on Saturday to face the Coyotes. After an extended road trip it will be a much deserved week of rest and the chance to celebrate the Christmas holiday at home. After the trip to Phoenix the Ducks return home the following night when they host the Vancouver Canucks.

Where They Stand: With 51 points the Ducks have the top record in the Western Conference and the entire NHL.

Here is a look at the Anaheim Ducks schedule ticket prices for January 2015.

Game 41 | 01-04 Sun 5:00 PM Nashville Predators | Get In’s $15.00
The Nashville predators currently in third place in NHL western conference and 5 points behind the Ducks will come in to the Honda Center. Nashville is 10-7 on the road while 12-1-1 on the ice at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Ducks vs Pedators ticket price average for the Honda Center is $37 per which is down 33% from last season’s average of $56.00 per ticket. To see the Predators vs Ducks in Nashville the get in price is $10.00 per ticket with a ticket average of just $20.00 per ticket.

Game 42 | 01-07 Wed 7:30 PM New York Rangers | Get In’s $25.00
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The New York Rangers are sitting in the Middle of the NHL Eastern Conference in seventh place as of now and are currently on a seven game win streak and nine points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ducks vs Rangers ticket price average for the Honda Center is $49 per ticket. The Ducks will head to New York in March to face the Rangers at the Madison Square Garden where the get in price is $88 per ticket which is down from their 2014 average ticket price by 16%.

Game 43 | 01-11 Sun 6:00 PM Winnipeg Jets | Get In’s $123.00
The Winnipeg Jets come to the Honda Center on November 11th with an away record currently 10-7-1 which is better than their 8-6-2 home ice record. Currently sitting in sixth place in the Western Conference this will be there only visit to Anaheim. The Ducks have beaten them twice so far at the MTS Centre. Ducks vs Jets tickets prices on average for the Honda Center are $33.00 while up north the Jets vs Ducks ticket average price is $95 per ticket. The Ducks will honor Teemu Selanne at the Honda Center at this game which is what is making the “get in” price 272% higher than average.

Game 44 | 01-14 7:00 PM Toronto Maple Leafs | Get In’s $13.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs will make their only appearance at the Honda Center on Jan 14th. The Leafs are currently in 6th place in the Eastern Conference and have a road record 6-4-3. The average Ducks vs Maple Leafs ticket price for the Honda Center is $40.00 per ticket. The Ducks lost their only visit to the Maple Leafs home ice on Dec 16th where the average ticket for the Air Canada Center for the Ducks visit was $155.00 per ticket.

Game 45 | 01-16 Friday 7:00 PM New Jersey Devils | Get In’s $18.00
The struggling New Jersey Devils will make their only appearance in Anaheim on Jan 16th and are currently 8-11-2 on the road and in 14th place in the Eastern Division. Ducks vs Devils ticket price average for the Honda Center is $62.00 while going to see the Ducks play at the Prudential Center in New Jersey on March 29th would cost you $45.00 to get in and average ticket cost of $70.00 per ticket.

Game 46 | 01-17 Saturday 7:00 PM @ Los Angeles Kings | Get In’s $80.00
The Stanley Cup Champions are currently sitting in 8th place in the Western Conference with a home record of 13-4-2 and have beaten the Ducks at the Staples Center in their first meeting of the regular season on Nov 15th. Kings vs Ducks ticket price average for a game at the STAPLES Center right now is $120 per ticket while seeing the Ducks vs Kings at the Honda Center on Feb 27th has a get in the door price of $52.00 per ticket a savings of 35%.

Game 47 | 01-21 Wed 10:00 PM Calgary Flames | Get In’s $12.00
The Flames are currently in 9th place in the Western Conference with a road record of 10-9-1 with one of the losses coming from the Ducks on November 25th at the Honda Center. The average Ducks vs Flames ticket price is just $30.00 per ticket to see them in Anaheim which is down 103% from their first meeting at the Honda Center. Calgary Flames ticket prices for their games against the Ducks at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary start at just $13 with an average price of $56.00.

Game 48 | 01-27 Tues 10:00 PM @Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena Canada | Get In’s 51
The Vancouver Canucks are currently sitting in 7th place in the Western Conference and are 9-5-1 at the Rogers Arena this season. Canucks vs Ducks tickets for the Rogers Arena average $80 per ticket which is 34% down from last season’s average price per ticket. The Ducks beat them at the Rogers Center on Novemeber 20th but lost to them at the Honda Center on the 9th. The Average Ducks vs Canucks ticket price for the Honda Center is $37 per ticket which was down 53% from last season. If they Ducks and Canucks meet again at the Honda Center it will be in the playoffs.

Game 49 | 01-29 Thurs 7:00 PM @ San Jose Sharks SAP Center |Get In’s $26.00
The Ducks lost their first meeting to the Sharks at the SAP Center on November 29th 4-6 where San Jose has a 10-4-2 record. Sharks vs Ducks ticket price average for games at the SAP Center are $85.00 which is 44% higher than the Ducks vs Sharks ticket price average for the Honda Center of $59.00 per ticket. This will be the last time the Sharks and Ducks meet during the regular season.

Game 50 | 01-30 Fri 7:00 PM Chicago Blackhawks | Get In’s $48
Currently in second place in the Western Division just three points behind the Ducks the Blackhawks will make their only appearance at the Honda Center on Jan 30th where they are currently 11-6-1 on the road. The Ducks beat the Hawks at the United Center on Oct 28th but lost to them at the Honda Center Nov 28th. The average Ducks vs Blackhawks ticket price for the Honda Center is $90.00 per ticket which is up 80% from last season. To see the Blackhawks vs Ducks at the United Center the average ticket price this season was $195 which was also up 21% from the last season average of $160.

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LA Kings open practice

Los Angeles Kings open Training Camp

LA Kings Staples Center gameThe Los Angeles Kings opened training camp yesterday, the start of a grueling ten-month season in which they look to defend their second Stanley Cup title in two seasons. With the vast majority of their roster returning the Kings will be looking to accomplish something that’s hasn’t been done in the NHL in over fifteen years—win back to back Stanley Cups. The last club to accomplish the feat was the Detroit Red Wings in 1997-1998.

The Kings will have a big target on their backs, with several of the other Western Conference contenders, including the Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Blues and Colorado Avalanche making offseason moves intended to upgrade the roster. Due to wise cap management by General Manager Dean Lombardi, the Kings didn’t face the typical post-championship exodus that many teams deal with. In addition to keeping the core of the roster the Kings were able to lock up Marian Gaborik on a longer-term deal. The fleet forward was a major part of the Kings offensive surge in the postseason, and should be a major component of their offensive attack during the upcoming season.

NHL LA Kings GoalieGoaltender Jonathan Quick, such a vital part of both of the Stanley Cup winning teams, will miss the beginning of training camp after wrist surgery. Kyle Clifford and Jarrett Stoll will join Quick on the sidelines in the early part of training camp. After a weekend of practice the Kings will kick off the exhibition season on Monday night when a split squad takes on the Arizona Coyotes. The first exhibition game will take place just sixteen days before the Kings kick off the regular season when they face the San Jose Sharks on October 8.

So can they repeat?

Los Angeles had an immensely grueling playoff run a year ago, going a perfect 8-0 in postseason elimination games, including defeating the San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks in seven game series. In their two title runs the veteran Kings roster has developed a reputation for performing in the clutch, a key component of last year’s title which includes coming back to defeat the San Jose Sharks after falling behind by three games in the series.

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A return to normalcy should benefit the Kings, provided they can stay healthy. Two seasons ago the NHL played a shortened season due to the lockout. Last year the Kings dealt with Jonathan Quick missing nearly two months of the season due to a groin injury, and the Sochi Olympic break. The big question is whether or not the Kings can finish in the top half of the Western Conference. In both title winning seasons the Kings finished in the back half of the conference, 8th and 6th in the respective seasons. Without home ice advantage they’ve still managed to make title runs due to their veteran grit and ability to win on the road. If the Kings can get off to a fast start and stay healthy, they may have the luxury of defending the Stanley Cup with home ice advantage this season.

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LA Kings Preview 2014-15 NHL Season

LA Kings TicketsThe Los Angeles Kings have become the perennial cup contender their fan base has long dreamed of by winning Lord Stanley’s trophy two of the past three years while having a core of players both in their prime and under contract for the foreseeable future.

General Manager, Dean Lombardi, has created a locker room of talented focused characters surrounded by an organization built on a foundation of accountability. He spoke to the team camaraderie at the victory parade rally this past June:

“The franchise has now evolved to another level.[The fans], myself and my staff are now super-charged by another motivating force. Simply stated, to watch this group of men make a commitment to themselves, as individuals, to be the best they can be, and most importantly, their commitment to each other, that touches all of our souls and transcends their sport.”

Dean has become a cap magician who is now emulated by other franchises. He has an uncanny ability to target players who possess “team first” DNA coupled with on-ice success. Yet, under the new cap of $69 million for the 2014-15 season, Lombardi has put together a complete 23 player roster signed at $68,791,894 1 with other teams like Chicago, mulling over tough decisions in order to balance their budget.

Tickets for la kings gamesThe Kings stand pat with nearly all of their 2013-14 teams returning to defend their title. They have core players such as Dustin Brown, Drew Doughty, Mike Richards and Jeff Carter locked up well through the latter part of the decade and last year’s spring addition of Marian Gaborik, has blossomed in to a 7-year cap friendly $4.875M.

Gaborik could have signed with other teams for bigger money but his chemistry with Anze Kopitar and his belief in the organization’s dedication to each other boasts that the Los Angeles Kings possesses the aptitude for continued success.

Jeff Carter paralleled his homecoming to Gaborik’s:

“You know what? The same thing happened for me when I came here. That’s what these guys do here. They teach you to do the right things, and I’m just proud to be a part of it.”

Though the path to Jeff Carter and the LA Kings first Stanley Cup Championship in 2012 had exalted such dominance; the journey of the 2014 Los Angeles Kings was a living testimonial of how perseverance and mental toughness are the bone and marrow of professional sports. Their resiliency forged broken and bruised bones into Stanley Cup silver.

They were the first team in NHL history to win three playoff games 7’s on the road.
They were crowned the ”Kings of California” by resurrection from an 0-3 series deficit against the San Jose Sharks- a fete only done by 3 other teams in NHL history- and by ousting the Anaheim Ducks in a 7-game display of back-and-forth offense.

Despite trailing 3-times, they took their prior playoffs season redemption against the Chicago Blackhawks by beating them in a thrilling overtime game 7.

In the Stanley Cup Final, they closed out 3 of their 4 wins in overtime against, all-world goaltender, Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers, to again, ascend to their throne.

They were able to muster enough perseverance and resolve to crown their Stanley Cup journey with
another Championship.

So what does that mean for the expectations of the 2014-15 Los Angeles Kings?

The expectation is not a secret. The Kings must defend their crown and become the first team in the cap era to win back-to-back championships. Unless you count them as back to back FULL-season Champions (get your shirt via royalhalf.com).

Joking aside…

There is no doubt that the Kings have proven that they are a franchise built for playoff success.
However, during the regular season, inconsistencies in play and scoring prowess are areas the Kings will want to improve on.

In the past three seasons, the Kings have finished 26th (2013-14), 10th (2013) and 29th (2011-12) in goals-for amongst 30 NHL teams. The re-emergence of Jeff Carter (27G, 23A) and the addition of Marian Gaborik bolster an already fearless offense of Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, Justin Williams, Mike Richards, Trevor Lewis, Dwight King and their two budding rookies, Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson.

It’s hard to predict that adding a single player will nourish their regular season scoring drought, but despite sparse scoring how do they still manage to make the playoffs and bring two championships to the city of Los Angeles?

What gives, or better yet, what doesn’t give?

Their defense.

The reigning Jennings Trophy winners are a stingy team. Last year they allowed the league’s lowest average of 2.05 goals against per game.

Drew Doughty, Jake Muzzin, Slava Voynov, Matt Greene, Robyn Regehr (if healthy) and, Stanley Cup goal clincher, Alec Martinez, account for their defense. The loss of veteran blue-liner, Willie Mitchell, to cap space and ultimately free agency, is a point of interest or concern, depending how you want to interpret it.

Mitchell’s absence may provide the opportunity for young talent like 6’4 Brayden McNabb to crack the roster, or allow the Kings to option other players with more NHL experience such as Jeff Schultz (re-signed) to fill in for Regehr or in back to back game situations.

NHL LA Kings GoalieThe play of goaltender, Jonathan Quick, never ceases to amaze. Though his numbers in 2013-14 (2.07GAA, .915sv %) found him 14th in the league, there is no doubt that the confidence he has in the team in front of him is shared by his teammates. (Reminisce about unbelievable saves from 2013-14 NHL here courtesy of KingsVision).

Martin Jones showed that he is more than capable to back up Jon Quick, with his 7-game winning streak and .934sv% and 1.81 GAA in 19 games played.

Finally, at the helm is head coach Darryl Sutter with returning assistant coaches John Stevens, Davis Payne and goaltending coach, Bill Ranford. Multiple NHL teams inquired about John Stevens for a head coaching position, yet he decided to stay in LA. The belief in the system in place in Los Angeles has everybody drinking the water. It’s not a matter of luck or fortune. It’s about attitude and commitment.

I’m reminded of a quote from Darryl Sutter from 2012 when asked by a reporter whether the LA Kings were a team of ‘destiny’, where he replied, “What’s that?” The coach makes no excuses for what he sees transpire on the ice.

LA Kings NHLIn 2014-15, who knows what records will be broken, which players will become legends or if the Kings will hoist Lord Stanley even that much higher. I do know that with this Kings team, you have to expect the unexpected and that is another piece of their history, their armor.

The Kings season begins October 8, 2014 where they will raise their second banner and simultaneously pour salt in the open wound of the San Jose Sharks.

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What Should the LA Kings Do This Offseason

One of the most memorable postseason runs in recent history gave the Los Angeles Kings their second Stanley Cup championship in three seasons. After playing three consecutive seven-game series to reach the NHL finals, the Kings dispatched the New York Rangers in five games for the title. General Manager Dean Lombardi has built an impressive core of talent, one that should contend for the next several years. In the era of the NHL salary cap the Kings will still have some roster decisions to make in the offseason. Their overall depth and stable of young players should offset any major veteran losses.

Here’s a look at what the Kings need to do in the offseason to continue their potential dynasty:
Bring Back Gaborik: The Kings Trade deadline acquisition of Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets turned out to be a masterstroke, especially in the first and second rounds of the playoffs. The dynamic forward scored several big postseason goals, forming a winning combination with Anze Kopitar. Gaborik led the NHL in postseason goals with fourteen, winning his first Stanley Cup in the process. He’ll be a coveted free agent but all signs indicate that the Kings have the interest and ability to re-sign the Slovakian forward. This postseason the Kings became a much more dynamic offensive team, and Gaborik’s presence was a big factor in that evolution.

Sign either Willie Mitchell or Matt Greene: Lombardi has done a fantastic job locking up the core of the roster in long-term deals. Drew Doughty and Alec Martinez, the team’s top defensive combo, are signed through next season. Two veteran blue-liners, Willie Mitchell and Matt Greene are unrestricted free agents. Both have battled injuries the past couple of seasons, but are key contributors when healthy, as well as a veteran presence. Mitchell in particular played a massive role this postseason. The Kings don’t need to re-sign both veterans but should look to bring one of them back for the veteran presence and overall depth of the defense.

Continue the youth movement: In the new NHL salary cap era it’s incredible how adeptly Dean Lombardi has built the roster and managed the salary cap. Core players Dustin Brown, Jonathan Quick, Drew Doughty, Jeff Carter, Slava Voynov and Mike Richards are all signed for the next five seasons while Anze Kopitar, Alec Martinez and Jarett Stoll are all signed through at least next season. The long-term deals have given the Kings stability while their young players have developed. This past postseason the Kings received massive contributions from the exciting young talent of Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson and Kyle Clifford. All three played big roles and should play even bigger roles next season. The offensive spark provided by the three, along with Gaborik, played a role in the Kings offensive evolution from a defensive and puck possession team to the highest scoring team in the past postseason.

Along with the Chicago Blackhawks the Kings will be the favorites to represent the Western Conference in the NHL finals next season. They are a potential dynasty, a franchise built for the long haul. The key now is health and the continued evolution of the young talent the organization has built. In the last twenty seasons dynasties in the NHL have been few and far between. In an era of competitive balance created by the salary cap the Kings have a real opportunity to win consecutive titles.

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Kings Vs Rangers Stanley Cup Preview

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After defeating the Chicago Blackhawks in one of the entertaining Western Conference Finals in years, the Los Angeles Kings have advanced to their second Stanley Cup Finals in three seasons. The Kings will face the New York Rangers, who upset the Pittsburgh Penguins in the second round and then defeated Montreal to reach their first Stanley Cup Final in twenty years. By virtue of a better regular season record the Kings will have home ice advantage, hosting the opening game at STAPLES Center on Wednesday night. Here are some key factors to watch in this year’s Stanley Cup Finals:

The Doughty Factor: While Ryan McDonaugh of the Rangers has put himself in the conversation of the top defenders in hockey, the most dominant defenseman in this year’s playoffs is Drew Doughty of the Los Angeles Kings. Doughty was the top defenseman in this year’s Sochi Olympic Games, winning a gold medal for Canada, and he’ll have an opportunity to pull off the Gold Medal/Stanley Cup title if the Kings can defeat the Rangers. Doughty is a leading candidate for this year’s Conn Smythe Award as the top playoff performer. A true two-way star, Doughty can dominate a game both offensively and defensively. Like all great players, he’s known for scoring big goals at critical times. In 21 postseason games, Doughty has 16 points. Doughty has formed a winning combination with second-year player Jake Muzzin.

King Henrik: It’s unusual for Jonathan Quick to be seen as the lesser goalie in a playoff series, but that’s the case in this year’s finals. While Quick has played well overall in this year’s playoffs, he’s had his ups and downs at times, including several stretches of rough play versus the Blackhawks. While Quick’s overall numbers don’t compare to his epic stats in the Kings 2012 title run, he’s helped the team go 7-0 in elimination games this playoffs. Quick opposite number, Henrik Lundqvist, has added to his legend with an outstanding playoff performance thus far. In twenty games this postseason Lundqvist has a 2.03 goals against average and a .928 save percentage. Like he has his entire career, Lundqvist has been a dominant force in net. The Kings will have the firepower advantage in the series, but Lundqvist can be the great equalizer, with the ability to steal games. If Quick can match the Rangers goalie shot for shot the Kings will be in good shape.

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Home Ice Advantage: The Kings will have the rare luxury of home ice advantage versus the Rangers, something they didn’t have during their 2012 run or during this year’s run. While they haven’t been dominant at STAPLES Center at times, witness two losses versus Anaheim in the second round and a loss to Chicago in game six, the Kings will have the advantage of a boisterous home crowd to set the tone. The Kings home ice advantage may offset the additional amount of rest the Rangers have after eliminating Montreal in six games. When New York visits the STAPLES Center on Wednesday they will have had three extra rest. Of course additional rest doesn’t necessarily translate to quick starts. If Los Angeles can start quick and win two at home they’ll be in a good position to shorten the series with a win in New York in game three.

Marian Gaborik: While the rest of the Kings team struggled at times in the opening round versus San Jose and the first few games versus Anaheim, the Kings were receiving a dominant performance from veteran Marian Gaborik who they acquired from the Columbus Blue Jackets at the trade deadline. Gaborik spent a handful of years in New York as a Ranger before he was dealt to Columbus as part of the Rick Nash trade. The finals will give Gaborik a chance to win his first cup, while exacting some revenge on his former team. Gaborik has formed a dynamic partnership with Anze Kopitar this postseason. Kopitar, Jeff Carter and Gaborik are three of the top four scorers in this years postseason, indicative of just how dominant the Kings offense has been at times.

So who wins? The Kings have shown an extraordinary amount of mental toughness in overcoming deficits to win all three series, with game seven victories on the road in all three games. Offensively they’ve had an extra gear this postseason, becoming a truly dynamic offense. Los Angeles has an advantage over the Rangers in every facet of the game other than goaltending. While Henrik Lundqvist has an advantage in goal, Jonathan Quick can dominate games when playing up to his potential. The Rangers have made a nice run, but it’s been in the weaker Eastern Conference. Their victory over Montreal in the Eastern finals was helped greatly by the Carey Price injury. The Kings are simply the better team.

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After another dominating victory the Los Angeles Kings are now on the brink of another visit to the Stanley Cup Finals, their second in three seasons. Behind a three-goal first period barrage the Kings jumped on top of the Chicago Blackhawks early and never looked back, winning 5-2. For nearly two seasons the Blackhawks, and goalie Corey Crawford, had the Kings number defensively. In three straight impressive victories the Kings have turned it all around, scoring fifteen goals in the past three games for a commanding lead. With the series returning to Chicago for a game five, the Kings will now have three opportunities to eliminate Chicago.

Monday’s win was another impressive display off both offensive and defensive hockey. The Kings, known for their defense, have become the top scoring team in the playoffs, while still playing efficient and effective defense behind a veteran unit of blue-liners and goaltender Jonathan Quick. Jake Muzzin, Marian Gaborik and Dustin Brown all scored in a six-minute stretch of the first period, giving Los Angeles a 3-0 lead and eventual victory. Drew Doughty and Tanner Pearson would also add score in the second and third periods as the Kings preserved their three goal lead. After largely getting the balance of their offense from the Kopitar and Gaborik line in the opening round against the San Jose Sharks, the Kings have become a balanced offensive juggernaut versus Chicago, with offense coming from nearly every line and the defense. Los Angeles now has eight players with double figures in points this postseason. Goaltender Jonathan Quick made 22 saves in the victory.

The Kings offensive barrage is particularly surprising since they were the lowest scoring team to make the postseason. After trailing 2-0 late in game two in Chicago, the Kings have scored 13 goals in just over 100 minutes of hockey, a dominating performance that has the Chicago Blackhawks looking for answers. In accomplishing this offensive outburst the Kings now may have the mental edge on Crawford, a player who’s consistently stymied them in recent seasons. Crawford stopped just sixteen shots in the loss.

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The Blackhawks will now have to fight their way back from a 3-1 deficit, something they accomplished last season versus the Detroit Red Wings. Coming from behind two games will be a tall task versus a confident Kings team. Last year’s Blackhawks and Red Wings matchup was an opening round one versus eight affair, not a Western Conference Finals. In order to beat the Kings the Blackhawks will need to find some confidence on defense, something that has seemingly evaporated as they’ve been outscored 15-7 over the last three games. Chicago will also need offense from Patrick Kane, who’s managed just one point in the series. Kane’s struggles have been mirrored by Bryan Bickell, a hero in last year’s postseason who had a sub-standard regular season and has struggled this series, with only a goal on Monday night.

Game five is Wednesday night in Chicago at the United Center.

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In the first two rounds of the playoffs the Los Angeles Kings have successfully fended off six elimination games. After trailing 3-0 to the San Jose Sharks in the opening round the Kings roared back two win four straight, including the clincher on Sharks home ice. In round two the Kings overcame a 3-2 series deficit to defeat the Anaheim Ducks, again clinching on the road. In defeating the Ducks the Kings once again proved their resiliency and championship pedigree. The defeat of Anaheim sets up a rematch of last season’s Western Conference finals with the Chicago Blackhawks. A year ago the Blackhawks defeated the Kings 4-1 on the way to their second Stanley Cup championship in three seasons. The Kings and Blackhawks together have won three of the last four NHL titles. With Boston and Pittsburgh eliminated in the Easter Conference, the winner of the Western Conference will be the heavy favorite to take home the cup.

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The Battle between the Pipes: Good goaltending wins Stanley Cups and both the Kings and Blackhawks have elite goaltenders in Jonathan Quick and Corey Crawford, the winning goalies on each of the last two Stanley Cup winners. Jonathan Quick has been dominant at times this postseason but he’s also struggled at times. Los Angeles will need the dominant Quick throughout the series. He’s one of the rare goaltenders that can steal a postseason game. If he can avoid a rough stretch, like in the opening round versus San Jose, the Kings will be in good shape.

Recent History: Chicago has won nine of the past eleven meetings between the two clubs, including the 4-1 defeat in last year’s playoffs. The Blackhawks also dominated this year’s season series, going 3-0-1 versus Los Angeles this year. History is clearly not on the side of the Kings, but it wasn’t on their side when they came back versus the Sharks in the opening round. Chicago will enter the Western Conference final on four days rest while the Kings will have just a day of rest. The lack of rest may be a benefit for the Kings who having the confidence of a dominant victory over the Ducks in game seven.

The Gaborik Factor: Marian Gaborik has added an extra element to the Kings attack this season, with nine goals thus far in the playoffs. He’s built a dynamic partnership with Anze Kopitar. Gaborik and Kopitar are the two leading scorers this NHL postseason, with a total of 34 points between them. In a postseason where Mike Richards and Jeff Carter have struggled to score goals, the Kopitar and Gaborik have given them a dynamic additional element.

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Defend home ice: The Kings have shown the ability to win on the road in the playoffs, winning five combined road games in the opening two rounds. Unfortunately they’ve also shown a propensity to not win on home ice. Los Angeles is 5-3 away from STAPLES Center, but just 3-3 at STAPLES Center, including two losses at home versus Anaheim in the second round. To defeat the Blackhawks the Kings will have to steal a game at United Center, while defending their home ice. The key is coming out with the urgency they’ve shown in road elimination games versus San Jose and Anaheim.

Production from the Kings Youth: Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli are two impressive young players who’ve made a great impact during the postseason. Like Gaborik, Pearson and Toffoli give the Kings some added speed and quickness. The Western Conference finals versus Chicago are a big spot for a young player to perform in. If the Kings young talented forwards can produce they might be a big factor in the Kings success.

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Kings and Blackhawks on Collision Course?

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Combined the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings have won three of the last four Stanley Cups. After they both started slow in the opening round of this year’s playoffs, the Blackhawks and Kings have now won a combined 11 straight playoff games. Chicago holds a 2-0 lead on the Minnesota Wild, winning the first two games by a combined 9-3 score. Los Angeles has their hands full versus the top seeded Anaheim Ducks, but after an exciting come from behind victory in the opening game the Kings now have home ice advantage. Both teams are peaking at the right time. Are they on a collision course for the Western Conference finals?

From a Blackhawks standpoint the inevitable answer is yes. Chicago should have no difficulty dispatching the Wild and likely getting several days of rest in the process. Minnesota has a talented core group, but they are severely overmatched at the most important position in professional sports, goaltender. With Corey Crawford in net the Hawks have a massive advantage over Minnesota and Ilya Bryzgalov. After playing without captain Jonathon Toews and Patrick Kane at the end of the regular season the Blackhawks are healthy again.

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The Los Angeles Kings road to the Western Conference finals won’t be that easy. The Anaheim Ducks have two elite players in Hart Trophy Candidate Ryan Getzlaf and former Hart Trophy winner Corey Perry. Anaheim has a deep and talented deep with an ideal combination of youth and experience. Los Angeles came back to win game one at the Honda Center, but the Ducks and Kings series has the feel of a classic NHL postseason matchup, one destined to go seven games. The fact that the two teams are just thirty miles apart adds an extra element to the intensity of the series. Monday’s game is an absolute must-win for the Ducks, who simply cannot afford to fall behind 2-0 versus a team with a goaltender as talented as Jonathan Quick.

If the Kings do advance, and provided Minnesota doesn’t pull a comeback, the Kings and Blackhawks will meet in the Western Conference finals once again. Last season the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings lost a five game series to Chicago, who would go on to beat Boston to win their second cup in four seasons. The Kings offense went stagnant in last year’s matchup, scoring just eleven goals in the five game series. The Kings have bolstered their offense this season, through the evolution of some young players as well as the big acquisition of Marian Gaborik.

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So who wins? Chicago is playing their best hockey of the season, with a healthy roster and outstanding goaltender play from Corey Crawford. The Kings, after a brutal start to the San Jose series, have been tremendous over the last week and a half. If the two teams do meet the series will come down to the inevitable defense and goaltending, as well as the Kings ability to slow and contain Patrick Kane. The evolution of Drew Doughty has given the Kings offense a new element, as has the acquisition of a healthy Marian Gaborik. The two goals Gaborik scored to win game one versus the Ducks is a prime example of what the former Wild and Rangers superstar gives the Kings that they didn’t have when they met the Blackhawks last season. This year’s Blackhawks team hasn’t been as nearly impressive as last year’s. Chicago has dominated Minnesota on the scoreboard, but the actual games have been much tighter. Sunday’s game was very similar to Friday’s, where Chicago went through long stretches of unimpressive play. In a tight series the team with the best goaltender arguably has the advantage, and Los Angeles has the best goaltender.
Kings prevail.

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