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Standing in the way of the Chicago Blackhawks are the Boston Bruins. Check out some of the injuries of the L.A. Kings. Sounds like they were a pretty banged up hockey team. Dustin Brown says he tore his PCL in his knee in Game 6 last round. Played through it — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) June 9, 2013 Justin Williams says he played with a slight shoulder separation ever since Stuart crunched him last round. Doesn't think surgery needed — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) June 9, 2013 Drew Doughty had been playing on a bad ankle, since the San Jose series. More on that later. — lisa dillman (@reallisa) June 9, 2013
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