When the LA Kings get going, they really get going and right now, they and their power play are really going.
The Kings' power play has been a massive factor through the first half of this series and with two goals in the first period on the man advantage in Game 4 against Chicago, the Kings are now five for their last seven on the power play.
Why are they having so much success right now? Well one is perhaps a small touch of luck as a large percentage of goals are. The other, much bigger part of it? The Kings are just supremely talented and can make plays like this.
Try not to get dizzy watching the video above and the back-and-forth passing, touched off by a great redirection from Justin Williams right to Dustin Brown alone in the crease for the slam dunk score and a 3-0 Kings lead. The second assist went to Jake Muzzin, who scored the first power-play goal for LA. For Brown, it was his first goal of the series, third of the postseason.
It's starting to feel a whole lot like 2012 again, isn't it?