The Kings came out of nowhere late in the regular season, picking up their game just in time to grab the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference. Since the end of the season, they've been a dominant force in the playoffs, going 11-1 through 12 postseason games thus far. They rolled through the No. 1 seed in five games, the No. 2 seed in four games and now, it looks like they're making easy work of the No. 3 seed Phoenix Coyotes.
Clearly, this is more than just a turn of fortune for the hockey team. There must be some higher force at work. Somebody is pulling the strings here, and even as you watch Game 4 from your seat at Staples Center or from your couch somewhere in the world, they're controlling things more than you realize.
See, you're witnessing a 0-0 game early in the first period. You watched the Coyotes kill off a penalty with ease. But according to the NHL's official game log -- the actual, official record of the game -- that's not what really happened. Behold, and click to enlarge:
We first noticed this "mistake" about six minutes prior to hitting the publish button on this post. It's yet to change. Clearly, the fix is in. #illuminati