The Chicago Blackhawks peppered goalie Jonathan Quick with shots throughout the first period of Game 1 in the Western Conference Final, but it was the Los Angeles Kings who emerged with a 1-0 lead thanks to a fluke goal that bounced in off Justin Williams' skate.
That "shot" was one of just two by the Kings in the first period, as the Hawks outshot them, 17-2.
Despite Quick shutting the door, the Kings will need more if they're going to win just their second road victory in these playoffs. That said, the Hawks didn't force many heroic saves from Quick. They'll need to create more traffic to beat him.
Earlier in the period, the Hawks had an amusing stretch where consecutive players ran themselves aground while skating the puck around the Kings net.
The Chicago home fans cried for fouls each time, but a closer look revealed that Brandon Saad did it to himself:
And Kyle Clifford learned a powerful lesson about carrying the puck in hockey: You can't do it with your hand.
Clifford received a two-minute penalty on the play.