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Fox Sports West:
Kings fans, your nightmare is over.
The New Jersey Devils' Patrik Elias returned from his long vacation, unpacked his equipment bag and there it was, the missing puck from the closing moments of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Bounty hunters, feel free to stand down.
Elias had told the Newark Star-Ledger on Wednesday that he thought he did not have the puck but would check again. The Kings organization, trying hard to recover the memorable puck from the Cup-clinching game on June 11, heard from Elias on Thursday.
The story, clearly, had taken on a life of its own.
"It's like a lot of traditions, and it became one of them that the puck has gone to the winning team," said Kings President and General Manager Dean Lombardi. "He called me and said he wanted to make sure it got to its rightful owners. He was a real class act.
"It's a feel-good story for hockey that he did that and for our organization to show our appreciation with a donation to his c...
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Maybe the Los Angeles Kings can put a picture of it on the side of a milk carton, or post signs around Staples Center.
The puck from the Kings' Stanley Cup Finals championship has not been seen since Game 6 of that series against the New Jersey Devils on June 11.
It was last seen in the glove of Patrik Elias, but the Devils winger tells NJ.com that he doesn't have it.
As the Los Angeles Kings celebrated winning the Stanley Cup, they lost track of one important item: the puck. Devils forward Patrik Elias was the most likely person to have it, as he was seen picking the puck up off the ice during the Kings' celebration. However Elias says that while he did pick up the puck, he does not have it and he has no idea where the puck could have ended...
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Martin Brodeur has signed a new two-year contract to remain with the New Jersey Devils.
Pat Brisson, Brodeur's Los Angeles-based agent, confirmed the deal Monday morning in an email to The Associated Press.
The deal is worth $9 million and more than likely will allow the 40-year-old goaltender to finish his career with the Devils.
The NHL's all-time winningest goaltender...
This is why we love free agency
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Lyrics to "Zach Parise" to tune of "Take it Easy." These may be complete ****, not a whole lot of jobbing in there but figured I'd pass it along.
Bein' King Shero,
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After being lost since the Los Angeles Kings won their first ever Stanley Cup back on June 11, the clinching puck has finally been recovered.
The Los Angeles Kings received a phone call from the New Jersey Devils saying that the puck had been found. Patrik Elias, the last to be seen with the puck, returned home from a recent vacation and found the puck in his equipment bag. Elias...
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