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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.
Defensive defenseman Matt Greene signed a multi-year extension with the Kings instead of becoming an unrestricted free agent.
The Los Angeles Kings will not buy out veteran forward Mike Richards according to general manager Dean Lombardi.
The Kings have one more game to go but look to be on their way to a Stanley Cup and one of their own winning the Conn Smythe. Problem is, there are a lot of good choices.
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.
Henrik Lundqvist enters the Stanley Cup Final as a betting favorite to win the Conn Smythe Trophy but a host of Kings aren't far behind plus one of the best prop bets ever.
For the third straight series, the Kings have won Game 7 on the road. It wasn't always pretty, but like they always seem to do, the Kings survived and now have a shot at the Stanley Cup Final.
Every night during the playoffs, we will wrap up all the exciting action and tell you what you need to know about the 2013-14 Stanley Cup playoffs. Welcome to What You Need To Know.
Jeff Carter scored three of Los Angeles' five third-period goals on Wednesday to power their explosive close to Game 2 and even the series with Chicago.

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