Found June 02, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
The Los Angeles Kings have won one game in the Stanley Cup playoffs against the New Jersey Devils and the city is already getting cocky. The city has already placed a shining Stanley Cup next to the Hollywood sign in California. The Los Angeles Kings are rolling in the playoffs but usually you wait until your team wins a game before you start celebrating as a city. If New Jersey comes back to beat the Kings, this will be something they wished they never did. JUMP! Have something from the NHL today that we missed? Spotted a hot chick we need to investigate? Do your thing. mail@bustedcoverage.com Follow ParadigmShift35 on Twitter
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