LOS ANGELES -- At one point, after another incredible save by Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings captainDustin Brown skated by his goaltender, shook his head and unsuccessfully tried to hold back a mischievous smile.
Quick had just robbed Travis Zajac on a point-blank chance, but it has been that kind of postseason for the Kings. Whenever it seems like it can't get any better for a team that needed 81 games to qualify for the postseason, it does -- and is now one victory away from capping quite possibly the most remarkable run to a championship in NHL history.
Buoyed at first by strong goaltending from Quick and a dominant group of penalty-killers in front of him, the Kings held off an early surge by the New Jersey Devilsbefore blitzing them with four unanswered goals in a 4-0 victory in Game 3 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final.
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