It's the upset of the playoffs, and a loss that could significantly alter the future for two franchises: The No. 8 seeded Los Angeles Kings eliminated the Presidents' Trophy winning Vancouver Canucks in five games, thanks to this Jarret Stoll goal at 4:27 of overtime on Sunday night, 2-1:
Brad Richardson's goal at 3:21 of the third period tied the game, after Henrik Sedin's power-play goal in the first staked the Canucks to a 1-0 lead.
The Kings advance to face the St. Louis Blues in Round 2 of the Western Conference Playoffs, as Jonathan Quick (26 saves) takes on the NHL's top defense. Frozen Notes has a quick glance at that series.
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The Canucks? What happens with Alain Vigneault? What happens with Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider? What happens to a Stanley Cup finalist-turned-first-round casualty? What an offseason this'll be.
More on this game coming up from Harrison Mooney on PD.
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