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Topic - Stanley Cup
A raucous contingent of fans lined Figueroa Street as the Kings rode nine double-decker buses and a flatbed truck about one mile to Staples Center. They showed off the Cup, the Campbell Cup and Justin Williams' Conn Smythe Trophy while confetti flew and fans gave a nonstop standing ovation to the champions.
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.
News and notes on comebacks, memories of a rebellious MVP and a Stanley Cup blackout.
The Kings are the only team in the past six years to win a Stanley Cup on home ice.
The New York Rangers are still alive, but only because of Henrik Lundqvist and some well-positioned snow.
The Los Angeles Kings have proven to be incredibly resilient this spring.
The Los Angeles Kings have become one of the most resilient teams in NHL history.
The Blackhawks have rallied from third deficits in two straight games against the Kings, but their biggest comeback may not be complete just yet.
Drew Doughty had just played more than 39 minutes in a double-overtime playoff game, and he still couldn't sleep on the Kings' flight back to Los Angeles.
The Capitals got the man atop their coaching wish list in Barry Trotz, while also staying in-house for their GM hire with Brian MacLellan.