Thursday, May 31, 2012

Kings Win Game 1, Beaulieu Signs, Lidstrom to Retire and More

Good morning hockey fans!

Quite a thriller in the swamp last night, no?

While the first half of regulation felt like two teams merely feeling each other out, the pace of the contest in the latter half did not disappoint.

And what a finish in overtime, with Anze Kopitar's breakaway goal giving the Los Angeles Kings a 2-1 win over the New Jersey Devils.

With the win, the Kings are now 9-0 on the road in these playoffs.


Habs and Hockey News - Press Release - Habs Sign Nathan Beaulieu

ESPN - Analysis: Game 1 facts

ESPN - Rumblings: Coaches, Luongo and Wild

La Presse - David Desharnais: «On peut difficilement faire pire»

The Hockey News - THN at the Stanley Cup: Devils miss opportunity, Kings continue rolling on the road

The Hockey News - Ken Campbell: NHL to examine obstruction penalty standard

TSN - McKenzie: Devils can take positives from Game1 despite loss

TSN - Canadiens sign 2011 first-round pick Beaulieu

TSN - Source: Lidstrom to announce retirement Thursday

USA Today - Devils lament missed opportunity in Stanley Cup Game 1

USA Today - Kings steal Game 1 on road as Kopitar beats Brodeur in OT

(Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)


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