Only three people in the entire Staples Center cheered as Henrik Sedin scored to finish a brutal sequence for the Los Angeles Kings. After getting elbowed in the nose by Henrik Sedin in the second period, Dustin Brown had a chance to get revenge in the third with a breakaway. Kevin Bieksa pulled Brown to the ice and Cory Schneider denied him on the penalty shot. Moments later, Sedin scored to extend Vancouver’s lead to 3-1. It was a pivotal sequence in the game and could be a turning point in the series.
Round and round it goes.
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“Chaos” still possible.
Time for the good stuff to start.
That’s more money than Clayton Kershaw got.