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LA Kings And NY Rangers: 2014 Stanley Cup Final Preview/Prediction

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Photo: Gann Matsuda/FrozenRoyalty.net

LOS ANGELES — After eight months, the National Hockey League has finally reached the peak of its crescendo, with the New York Rangers here on the left coast to face-off against the Los Angeles Kings in 2014’s quest for hockey’s version of the Holy Grail, the Stanley Cup.

Players, head coaches and general managers of both teams met the media on June 3 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, where the players spent a lot of time analyzing their opponent.

“[The Kings are] a big team,” said Rangers forward Brad Richards. “Straightforward, experienced, and they obviously don’t give up. We’ve seen that over the last few years, and especially this year. You know that their will is there. We’re going to have to get to that, and match that. After that, there’s not a lot of surprises. It’s straightforward hockey, and they’re going to come. Besides that, we’ll see where it goes.”

“They’re obviously a very, very good team,” said Rangers forward Chris Kreider. “That’s why they are where they are, at this point in the season. That’s why they’ve had so much success over the past few years.”

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Frozen Royalty Audio/Video: Interviews With Carcillo, Doughty, Muzzin

Los Angeles Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin
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A quick hitter…after many of the media left the Los Angeles Kings’ dressing room following their 5-2 victory over the Dallas Stars on October 19, defensemen Jake Muzzin and Drew Doughty came out to speak to the media.

October 20 was an optional skate day for the Kings, and few players were around, let alone available for interviews. But Muzzin and left wing Daniel Carcillo stuck around to talk…

Frozen Royalty is the only source for the audio of Muzzin’s and Doughty’s post-game interview.

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