NEW YORK -- The episode where the Los Angeles come back from a 2-0 first-period deficit and win in overtime seems to be playing on repeat.
The part where Marian Gaborik tied the game in the third period, that's happened before. And the part where Jonathan Quick made a huge with about 30 seconds left in the game, that's happened before, too.
The Kings keep getting themselves into trouble against every team they face in the Stanley Cup Playoffs and finding a way out. They could probably make it easier on themselves but regardless of how they do it, they're still up 2-0 on the New York Rangers as the series moves to the Blueshirts' barn.
Here's how Los Angeles did it in Game 2.
The obvious positive is the Kings' comeback: Deficits of 2-0, 3-1 and 4-2. They might be one of the most patient and cool teams under pressure.
"Between the second and third last night, I looked around, and I didn't see anyone scared," said forward Justin Williams. "I saw a prepared team that knew ...