Jun 8, 2014, 9:09 AM EDT
After winning despite falling behind 2-0 in Game 1, the Los Angeles Kings talked about how they didn’t want to make a habit of putting themselves in those kinds of holes. However, they’ve been digging holes for themselves throughout the playoffs and so far it hasn’t cost them.
They found themselves down 2-0 again on Saturday and were trailing the New York Rangers for the vast majority of regulation time. However, Marian Gaborik managed to tie it at 7:36 of the third period and then Kings captain Dustin Brown scored the double-overtime winner to put the Kings ahead 2-0 in the Stanley Cup Final.
After the contest, Brown spoke to Pierre McGuire about the game-winning goal and the Kings ability to consistently rally when they fall behind:
If you missed Brown’s goal, here it is:
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