Jeff Carter came over in a trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets just ahead of the Blue Jackets. In Philadelphia last season, Carter was a proven, prolific goal scorer. He lost some of that flair playing in Columbus, but it finally seems to be coming back to him.
Carter scored three goals, though he was often the victim of circumstance, rather than creating his own play. Nevertheless, the Kings took care of their business and went ahead 2-0. Perhaps because of the way things were going, the Coyotes got a bit chippy. There were two questionable hits delivered by key players from the Coyotes. Shane Doan and Martin Hanzal were each rightfully ejected for hits from behind. Hanzal’s hit on Dustin Brown was particularly brutal.
Jeff Carter and the rest of the Kings take a 2-0 lead back to Los Angeles. If they close out the Coyotes, it will be the first time in 19 years that the Kings have reached the finals. Wayne Gretzky happened to have a hat trick for the Kings in that playoff run. It was the last for the Kings since Carter’s on Tuesday night.
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