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For the rest of summer Eye on Hockey will be taking a look at the core players that each team can build itself around. The Stanley Cup champion Kings are up first.
The LA Kings dispatched the Rangers in just five games to win the Stanley Cup but the Final was much more competitive than the series win would indicate.
Rick Nash's postseason of horrible luck continued when he was robbed of what should have been the game-winning goal by the well-placed stick of Slava Voynov.
Benoit Pouliot and Carl Hagelin gave the Rangers a 2-0 lead with back-to-back breakaway goals.
Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr says he's just about ready to return from a knee injury but coach Darryl Sutter doesn't anticipate him playing in Game 1.
The Stanley Cup Final features a bi-coastal battle between New York and LA, the first such title bout since 1981 in North American sports, two resilient teams that have been impossible to put away.
Los Angeles Kings GM Dean Lombardi should probably be considered among the best execs in the NHL after the way he built a continual Stanley Cup contender.
The finalists for the GM of the Year Award were finally announced on Friday with Marc Bergevin, Dean Lombardi and Bob Murray making the cut.
The Chicago Blackhawks appeared to take a 2-0 lead, but Jonathan Toews' goal was disallowed on a controversial goaltender interference call.
Previewing the Western Conference finals between the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings.

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