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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Kings down Blues, Jagr, Brodeur, Luongo, Top prospects and more

The second round of the playoffs continued to roll, last night, with the L.A. Kings taking the first decision against the St. Louis Blues.

The Blues have been highly touted all year long and looked to be serious Cup aspirants. That hasn't necessarily changed with one loss to the Kings. But what is clear to any who may have doubted it, is that the Kings too are clearly Cup contenders.

Yesterday, on the back of yet another excellent goaltending performance by Kings' netminder, Jonathan Quick, the Kings drew first blood.

And man do they ever look like the real deal. Forward depth and scoring, solid defense, and some of the best goaltending in the league.

I know it's early, but Quick's name has to be among the early Conn Smythe favorites.

Hockey News

Hockey Inside/Out - Kings, Rangers score 3-1 Game 1 victories

TSN - KINGS HOLD OFF BLUES TO CAPTURE GAME 1 OF SERIES

TSN - CULLEN: RANGERS, KINGS, COYOTES OPEN WITH WINS

TSN - MCKENZIE: QUICK COMES THROUGH ONCE AGAIN FOR KINGS

TSN - BURROWS, HACKETT ADDED TO TEAM CANADA FOR WORLDS

TSN - NHL ON TSN: EARLY GUESSES ON WHERE LUONGO END UP NEXT YEAR

TSN - JAGR, BRODEUR RENEW OLD RIVALRY IN SECOND ROUND OF PLAYOFFS

THN - Line-matching key in frustrating Rangers-Capitals series; Kings serious Cup contenders

Hockey's Future - Top 50: Islanders' prospects bookend next group of prospects

(Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images North America)

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