Kings Again Dig Out of a Hole to Beat Rangers in Two Overtimes, 5-4

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Surely nothing could quite top this topsy-turvy postseason for the nerveless Kings?


Rangers right wing Martin St. Louis skates off the ice as Kings players swarm captain Dustin Brown (23) after his game-winning goal in the second overtime of Game 2. (Credit: Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times)

Just when you started thinking it was nearly impossible to surpass the wild events of the last week or so, the Kings and New York Rangers got together and produced a thriller in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night at Staples Center with the Kings winning, 5-4.

It was decided by Kings captain Dustin Brown’s redirection past Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist of defenseman Willie Mitchell’s shot from the point at 10:26 of double overtime.

Center Anze Kopitar had the second assist on the goal.

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