Found May 21, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Arash Markazi
from Arash Markazi of ESPNLosAngeles, Despite not having as much success on the road this season as the Kings did last season and losing Game 3 in heartbreaking fashion in San Jose, Sutter didn't believe that would be a factor in Tuesday night's Game 4. "There's zero momentum," Sutter said. "Once you get in the playoffs, there's no momentum unless somebody is way better than somebody, which as you see, nobody is. There's zero momentum. If there is a carryover, you're probably not a playoff team anyways." The Kings don't have to be as dominant on the road as they were last season in order to advance to the Western Conference finals. All they need is a win Tuesday to put them in position to close out the series back in Los Angeles on Thursday. "We've played better at home but we can't rest and be comfortable with being a great home team," Williams said. "We need to be killers on the road. Coming ba...
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