"They're huge momentum-swingers every time," Greene said. "A good (penalty-kill) can do wonders for you in terms of momentum, and a good power play. The coaches do a good job emphasizing you don't need to score on the power play. You just need to make sure you build momentum and get a good two minutes going in their zone. Last night, everything was clicking. Those were two huge power-play goals for us there. They really turned around the game in our favor."
"It's been a series that's gone in their favor for the last couple of years now," Greene said Thursday at the Kings' training complex. "We've got to do our best to change that. If we could put a finger on it, we would. But it's up to us to figure it out and to keep it going and get some more wins. ... I don't think they have a mental edge on us, no. You've just got to go out and play."