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No. 5 Los Angeles Kings win series over No. 4 St. Louis Blues, 4-2

Series Complete
Kings 4   Blues 2
1 LA 1 @ STL 2 (OT) Recap | GameTracker
2 LA 1 @ STL 2 Recap | GameTracker
3 STL 0 @ LA 1 Recap | GameTracker
4 STL 3 @ LA 4 Recap | GameTracker
5 LA 3 @ STL 2 (OT) Recap | GameTracker
6 STL 1 @ LA 2 Recap | GameTracker

Game 6: Penner scores winner as Kings finish off Blues

Dustin Penner scored the tiebreaking goal in the final second of the second period, and the Los Angeles Kings advanced to the second round with a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues in Game 6 on Friday night.

Jonathan Quick made 21 saves and Drew Doughty scored his first goal of the post-season for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who won four straight to finish off fourth-seeded St. Louis.

Penner put the Kings ahead with his latest big playoff goal, ripping a slap shot from just inside the blue line past Brian Elliott right before time expired.

Elliott stopped 14 shots and Chris Porter scored his first career playoff goal for the Blues, who were eliminated by Los Angeles for the second straight season, this time despite taking a 2-0 series lead.

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Team Stats Comparison

Team Record Pts GF GA PP% PK% FO%
Blues 29-17-2 60 121 113 19.5 84.7 50.7
Kings 27-16-5 59 128 112 19.9 83.2 52.0

DEPTH CHARTS

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Left Wing

Alexander Steen
Andy McDonald
David Perron
Chris Porter

Center

David Backes
Vladimir Sobotka
Patrik Berglund
Jaden Schwartz

Right Wing

T.J. Oshie
Chris Stewart
Vladimir Tarasenko
Ryan Reaves
Adam Cracknell
Dmitrij Jaskin

Defence

Jay Bouwmeester
Jordan Leopold
Barret Jackman
Ian Cole
Alex Pietrangelo
Kevin Shattenkirk
Roman Polak
Kris Russell

Goaltender

Brian Elliott
Jaroslav Halak
Jake Allen

Key Injuries: F Jamie Langenbrunner - hip (out for season); C Scott Nichol - lower body (day-to-day).

STATISTICS

St. Louis Blues

Los Angeles Kings





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