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LOS ANGELES —Greatness is beckoning the Los Angeles Kings. Art Monk Jersey . One more game like this one
and theyll be crowned Stanley Cup champions in a stunning fashion. “If we win
one more game, I hope the San Andreas Fault can take it,” forward Dustin Penner
said Monday after a 4-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils. All signs point to
the trophy being taken out of its case at Staples Center on Wednesday night. The
Kings hold a 3-0 series lead for the fourth time this post-season—a feat no
NHL team has ever managed—and havent shown even the briefest sign of weakness
all spring. The victory in Game 3 was clinical and thorough. It struck like a
dagger through the hearts of the Devils. “Were playing a team thats doing
everything right right now,” said veteran New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur.
“And its hard.” Jonathan Quick continued his otherworldly play Monday by
stopping 22 shots and the Kings killed all six penalties they were assessed.
That included a crucial 5-on-3 that lasted 59 seconds in the first period, when
the score was still 0-0 and the Devils had a chance to get their first real
burst of momentum in the final. During that penalty kill, the puck ended up on
the end of Ilya Kovalchuks dangerous stick but Quick kicked out his pad to make
a big save. It appears as though New Jersey shares something in common with each
of the Kings previous three opponents—they have no answer for Quick, who is a
slam dunk selection to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. “What can you
say about Jonathan Quick, too? Hes been a rock this year, the whole playoffs,”
said teammate Justin Williams. Alec Martinez opened the scoring at 5:40 of the
second period immediately after Quick denied David Clarkson on a dangerous
opportunity. Teammate Dwight King got four whacks at a puck that was lodged
under Martin Brodeurs pads before Martinez finally knocked it into the net—a
play the Devils goaltender felt should have been blown dead. “Thats a
momentum-changing call at the time,” said New Jersey coach Pete DeBoer. “I hope
(the referee) is right. Thats an awful big call if youre wrong.” It was the only
goal the Kings would need. Anze Kopitar, Jeff Carter and Williams went on to
beat Brodeur as Los Angeles flexed its muscles and showed the form of a
champion. Kopitars goal came off the rush and was a thing of beauty, with
Williams finding Dustin Brown with a drop pass before Brown put the puck on
Kopitars stick. “I didnt want to waste any time,” Kopitar said. That made it 2-0
heading to the third period. Carter and Williams each scored on power plays in
the final 20 minutes, improving virtually the only part of the Kings game that
has been lacking. Its a great time to be a hockey fan in Los Angeles.
Wayne Gretzky dropped the puck for a ceremonial faceoff on a night when the
stars came out—David Beckham, Tom Arnold and Mary Hart were all among the
sellout crowd, as was Sidney Crosby. And the building was rocking for the first
Stanley Cup final game in the city since Gretzkys Kings faced Montreal in 1993.
Los Angeles is clearly warming to a team that appears destined to claim its
first ever championship. “We turned this thing around this year,” Kopitar said.
“You want to win for the fans, of course. Wed like to win it for ourselves, too,
because some of us havent done it yet.” Perhaps the only question still hanging
over the Kings is how did this team nearly miss the playoffs? Theyve ruthlessly
picked apart Vancouver, St. Louis, Phoenix and now the Devils after finishing as
the eighth seed in the Western Conference. Los Angeles sports a 15-2 record in
these playoffs and has a chance to match the 1988 Edmonton Oilers for the most
dominant run through a post-season if it can finish off a sweep of the Devils.
“I think any team that does well in playoffs is going to have certain things,”
said Williams, a Stanley Cup winner with Carolina in 2006. “Theyre going to have
a goaltender playing extremely well. Youre going to have everybody firing on all
cylinders. Youre going to have a healthy lineup. Youre going to have great
coaching. “All those things together make a team successful in the playoffs.”
New Jersey looks like a team that doesnt know what hit it. During six power-play
opportunities in Game 3 they barely threatened to score—and found a brick
wall in Quick on their few quality chances. Kovalchuk and Zach Parise havent
even registered a point in the series. “Youve got to find a way to score goals,”
Clarkson said. “Weve been putting the puck on the net. Like I said weve been
working hard … and were going to continue to push. Were not done yet.” They
might be the only ones who believe that. As time ticked down in Game 3, Kings
fans confidently chanted “We want the Cup!” and theres every reason to believe
the wish will be granted soon. There was a celebratory feeling in the air all
night. A pre-game video montage showed pictures of the Los Angeles players as
children and ended with the message: “This is the moment.” Its their moment, all
right. And right now the big stage is theirs and theirs alone. “Were close, but
we have another hard one to go,” Williams said. Notes:@ Simon Gagne dressed for
the Kings in his first game since suffering a concussion on Dec. 26 … The
Kings have killed 47 of the last 49 penalties theyve taken … Los Angeles could
become the ninth different team in as many seasons to win the Stanley Cup …
Announced attendance was 18,764. London Fletcher Jersey . His third stint with
the team was a short one. Boreham had just signed on to the Riders practice
roster last week. The Vancouver native spent three seasons with the club and
helped Saskatchewan win a Grey Cup in 2007. Ryan Kerrigan Womens Jersey . Martin Gernat
scored twice as the Oil Kings defeated the Moose Jaw Warriors 4-1 on Friday in
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with their rookie head coach. Sean Taylor Jersey . New Orleans put itself
squarely behind the 8-ball with a disastrous 0-4 start before rebounding by
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Russia is built around a nucleus of the same players, is again led by a Dutch
coach, and will be looking to go a step further in Poland and Ukraine. Russia
coach Dick Advocaat has fielded a largely unchanged lineup since the last
European Championship, building trust and experience among players who almost
all compete in Russias national league.We were promised “A Symphony of British
Music,” and there was scarcely a moment that passed in the London 2012 Closing
Ceremony where the depth and breadth of Britains musical output wasnt on
display. One of the first songs was the Beatles 1967 track “A Day in the Life,”
and what followed was just that. Londons famous traffic circled Olympic Stadiums
playing field, now swirled with a stylized Union Jack created by British artist
Damien Hirst turned into a giant, swirled, Union Jack. Dotting the cityscape
were Londons famous landmarks, Big Ben, the “Gherkin,” Bankside Power Station.
Members of the born-in-London dance troupe Stomp scaled the Tower Bridge to make
their percussive performance, while dancers dressed in newsprint ensembles. As
the traffic turned into a street party, it was Graham “Suggs” McPherson and the
suited-up gents of Madness performing their 1982 hit “Our House,” followed by
the Pet Shop Boys, in black cone hats, singing “West End Girls” as they were
ferried by bike-riding men in striped “business” body suits. Current boy-band
sensation One Direction then entered on the back of a flatbed truck. In one of
the most-anticipated moments of the show, Ray Davies of the Kinks stepped out of
a black cab to sing the refrain, “As long as I gaze on Waterloo Sunset, I am in
paradise,” as hundreds of performers swayed their arms in the air—the only
thing missing were the lighters.  And so it went. A feast that encompassed 50
years of British rock, pop, rap, dance and electronic music. There was Emili
Sande, who performed at the Opening Ceremony, singing Professor Greens “Read All
About It.”  There was George Michael, in sunglasses and a skull belt buckle,
singing “Freedom” at his first public performance after a severe bout with
pneumonia. ; There was Annie Lennox, riding high atop a skeletal pirate ship,
wearing a bar wench dress and singing ”Little Bird. Robert Griffin III Youth Jersey. ” There was
Liam Gallagher with his new band, Beady Eye, singing the Oasis classic
“Wonderwall,” prompting CTV host Jennifer Hedger to say, ”The Olympic Games can
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