Stanley Waits: Devils vs. Kings For The Cup

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The stage is set, the lights are gleaming brighter than ever, and yet again… the last two teams face-off for the most prestigious award in U.S. hockey, the Stanley Cup trophy.

The New Jersey Devils after eliminating the #1 seed, New York Rangers on Friday night in the Eastern Conference Final will face the hottest team in the NHL playoffs, the Los Angeles Kings.

Both the Devils and the Kings fly around their offensive zones and can easily develop odd-man-rushes when the opponent makes a mistake. The New York Rangers learned this the hard way, while the Phoenix Coyotes found out just how good the Kings are playing in the Western Conference.

The New Jersey Devils will look to win its fourth Stanley Cup as the franchise makes its fifth trip to the finals. New Jersey has managed to lift the trophy three out of the four times and knows exactly how to win in these crucial times.

As for the Los Angeles Kings, the organization has never won a championship in their 41-year existence. The Kings had reached the Stanley Cup Finals in 1993, but had lost to the Montreal Canadiens. The franchise hopes to make 2012 their year.

The 2012 Stanley Cup between the [#6] Devils and the [#8] Kings is guaranteed to have all the offensive firepower it needs to make these finals a spectacular series for the sport of hockey and its fans.

Don’t miss a game of excitement. Below is the full schedule of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals.

Game 1 – Wednesday, May 30 – 8:00 PM – NBC, CBC, RDS
Game 2 – Saturday, June 2 – 8:00 PM – NBC, CBC, RDS
Game 3 – Monday, June 4 – 8:00 PM – NBCSN, CBC, RDS
Game 4 – Wednesday, June 6 – 8:00 PM – NBCSN, CBC, RDS
Game 5 [If needed] – Saturday, June 9 – 8:00 PM – NBC, CBC, RDS
Game 6 [If needed] – Monday, June 11 – 8:00 PM – NBC, CBC, RDS
Game 7 [If needed] – Wednesday, June 13 – 8:00 PM – NBC, CBC, RDS

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8 Responses to Stanley Waits: Devils vs. Kings For The Cup

  1. Kings in 6.

    • CDR says:

      You sound very confident Jeremy… although it’s not a bad pick at all. This series is going to be exciting… Martin Brodeur might have lost a step through age, but the guy is still at the top of his game.

  2. I know it’s the Finals, dude, but if there’s NBA on… I ain’t watching’.

    • CDR says:

      I hear you Chris, but there are some people out there that will die before missing one game of the Stanley Cup Finals. It’s going to be a great stretch run with all these playoff games this coming week.

  3. J-Dub says:

    If the Kings win Game 1, Los Angeles wins in 5. If the Kings lose Game 1, this goes seven and the Kings probably win.

    Detailed thoughts can be found here…

    http://dubsism.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/there-are-still-plenty-of-dan-patrick-adjacent-seats-left-on-your-los-angeles-kings-bandwagon/

    • CDR says:

      Thanks JW for the comment. From what I see, no faith on the Devils huh? The Kings are indeed a powerhouse and we’ll see which team’s goaltender and whose offense will succeed.

  4. The fact that both the Rangers and the Knicks have been knocked out of the postseason with regard to the end of year showcases for the NBA and the NHL should tell you all you need to know. Especially when you bear in mind that both franchises just happen to be owned by MSG Entertainment. James Dolan simply… loves misery and as they say “misery loves the #_ck out of company”.

    • CDR says:

      Another tough shot at the NY teams huh Alan? The Rangers had a great season and unfortunately just felt short of their ultimate goal. As for the Knicks, it’s a whole different story. The Knicks need to revamp many things before they could be considered elite. The Rangers are on their way, the Knicks are not even close.

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