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The King has met his match as Quick makes the saves that Hank isn't.

Quick is "Sic"
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:59:17 AM - June 10, 2014

The difference between the two teams in this years Stanley Cup Finals is so small and yet the L.A. Kings have a commanding 3-0 lead and look to be ready to eliminate the N.Y. Rangers if the Blueshirts don't find a killer instinct. Last night, the Rangers blinked first at the end of the first period when Rick Nash didn't get the puck deep which allowed the Kings to come back and score on a shot with less than a second left off a deflection of Dan Girardi from the right circle area. Many will say that is exactly the diference between the two teams, the Rangers relaxed and the Kings played all the way to the whistle. That goal was the winner.

The other two goals were also off of Rangers. The second goal went off of Martin St. Louis and changed direction while the third goal was scored off of an odd man rush  that the King player tried to pass across that hit the Rangers defenders skate and right back on the King stick for an easy goal. Puck Luck happens when a team plays hard and puts themselves in the right position with a total desire to make things happen. Kings goalie Quick made two saves last night with his stick that showed he just wouldn't take the fact that he was beaten and gave that extra 20% over the 100% that has made him a Stanley Cup winner once and it is clear he wants it again!

The Rangers seem to be either too tired from overuse or just the situation is too big for them. Brad Richards and Martin St. Louis have already won a Cup in Tampa, but the rest of the key players are making it obvious that they have never been on this big stage before and seem to be just happy being here and playing out this experience. These players need to know that this chance may never come again. Just ask the Rangers fans who have waited 20 years for the chance to cheer for their team to get this far. It is clear that this Rangers team needs some changes this offseason but this season still isn't over. Anybody that watched the Rangers post game show on MSG had to be inspired by the Mike Keenan tirade! Alain Vigneault is a great X's and O's type of guy buthe lets the players figure things out for themselves. Let's face it, most of the core of this team has grown as NHL players under John Tortorella and know of the tough love type that holds them accountable! When you go this far in the playoffs and are exhausted, most players need a kick in the ass type to keep them going! Granted, that type of coach has a short shelf life, but THAT is exactly what will take this group of players (with a few changes) over the top. Make Iron Mike as Associate Coach next season and they can play "Good Cop-Bad Cop" to give this team what it needs whether it be a hug or a bag skate. Let Keenan go into the Rangers locker room and give that same speech and I can assure you that this series will go at least 6 games as each player will get pumped up to give the extra 20% needed to win. 

This isn't over yet!! LET'S GO RANGERS!!!!!




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