Found June 07, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Just as they were on the verge of exiting the Stanley Cup final in four straight games, just as they were in danger of getting shut out for a second straight game and matching the record for scoring futility in a four-game sweep, the Devils showed they weren't quite ready to call it quits for the season. Now, the Kings, the first team to have four 3-0 series leads in the same season but losers of Game 4 at home in three of the series, travel to Newark for Saturday night's Game 5 and bring with them a 10-0 road record in these playoffs. Regardless of what happens the rest of the way, the Devils left Los Angeles with the satisfaction of not giving the home fans a chance to see the successful culmination of their "We Want The Cup" chants. And they're also alive with a chance to become the fourth team in NHL history and second in the final to rally from a 3-0 deficit to win a series. At least the Devils have a chance. The Kings are still heavy favorites to wi...
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