Jersey is a’head’ of the game

The Los Angeles Kings are now just a game away from the first Stanley Cup in their 45-year history—and Snooki may have helped. Kings fans taunted their rivals by holding up huge cardboard cutouts of Jersey Shore characters directly behind the New Jersey Devils’ bench during last night’s 4-0 Kings win in Los Angeles, reports the New York Daily News. It notes that no Devils players are actually from New Jersey, but it gives the fans full marks for creativity. The Kings lead the series 3-0, and could wrap it up on home ice tomorrow night.


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One Response to Jersey is a’head’ of the game

  1. bost0nfire says:

    I’m completely torn on who I want to win. On the one hand, the Kings winning would be insanely EPIC as they have NEVER won the cup.. plus they came into the playoffs as the last place seed and were the first ever to do so and still take out the #1 and #2 seeds.. and that they’re looking like they’ll get a second playoff sweep (and beat the other two teams they faced in 5 games)! However, just like I was happy Tim Thomas could win a cup before he got too old last year, I would be really happy for Martin Brodeur (Devils goalie) to win it as he’s 40 years old.
    But Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is young and has played really well too.
    I don’t know who I want to win, so I guess I’ll just watch and see how I feel after..

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