Stanley Cup Playoffs 2014

Game 2 recap: Kings 5, Rangers 4 (2OT)

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Not once but twice the Rangers blew two-goal leads on Saturday, and the Kings won Game 2 in double overtime.

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Brown completes Kings comeback with double OT goal

Another two-goal deficit for the Los Angeles Kings, and another come-from-behind overtime win.

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Kings take Final lead in overtime thriller

Los Angeles' captain sealed the deal in the second overtime of Game 2.

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King runs interference on Lundqvist

It seems that goalie interference does not exist in the Stanley Cup Final. That worked out to the Los Angeles Kings' advantage on Saturday.

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Mitchell giveth and immediately taketh away

Willie Mitchell scored and then gave the Rangers a goal in the span of five seconds.

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Trevor Lewis doesn't need a stick to block shots

You can lose your stick and still block a shot! What a concept.

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Stoll scores crazy circus goal

Jarret Stoll needed a little bit of luck to score his highly entertaining Game 2 goal against Henrik Lundqvist.

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Game 2 is getting pretty painful

The Kings and Rangers are intent on injuring each other.

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Mr. Clutch whiffs on breakaway chance

Maybe if it was a Game 7, Justin Williams would have buried this breakaway for the Los Angeles Kings.

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