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Topic - Alec Martinez
Alec Martinez's goal lifts the Kings to the championship for the second time in three seasons.
They first faced elimination more than seven weeks ago when they lost their first three postseason games to San Jose, but followed up that landmark comeback with two more seven-game series victories.
Los Angeles improved to 7-0 in elimination games with its third Game 7 win on the road this postseason with the 5-4 overtime victory in Chicago.
Alec Martinez scored at 5:47 of overtime, and the Kings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4 Sunday night to advance to the NHL's championship for the second time in three years.
Kane set up Duncan Keith's tying goal with 8:26 left before scoring the winner with 3:45 to play, propelling the Blackhawks to a 4-3 victory over the Kings in Game 6 on Friday night.
Patrick Kane managed just one assist in the first four games of the Western Conference finals. The Los Angeles Kings took all time and space away from Chicago's goal-scoring star while pushing the Blackhawks to the brink of elimination.
When the Los Angeles Kings are on top of their formidable defensive game, they revel in the silence they can create in a frustrated road arena.
The width of Alec Martinez's shin guard was the difference between the Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim Ducks in their playoff series opener.
The Minnesota Wild rallied twice from one-goal deficits and pulled out a victory against the Los Angeles Kings, who rarely give up late leads.
The playoffs must be coming. The Los Angeles Kings are starting to look like the Los Angeles Kings.
The only thing better than breaking someone's franchise record is being able to talk about it with that player right after it happened.
The Phoenix Coyotes played with more desperation than the Los Angeles Kings, and it made the difference in a close game.
The Los Angeles Kings are winning game after game - even when they aren't at their best.
Marian Gaborik wasn't disappointed that he didn't get on the score sheet in his debut with the Los Angeles Kings, a 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Thurdsday night.
Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings have returned from the Olympic break with a revitalized game and a sharpened playoff focus.
"I guess I channeled my inner goalie, playing in the driveway when I was younger," Martinez said Sunday after the latest round of congratulations for his game-saving block. "I just tried to get in front of it, and maybe got a little bit lucky, too."
"I feel like I'm a broken record here, but we've got to be sharp in our own end," Martinez said. "We weren't making plays that we normally make. We've got to be quick to contact on them. We weren't very sharp."