Game 3 recap: Los Angeles 3, N.Y. Rangers 0

  • Updated: June 9, 2014 - 10:21 PM

Game 3 recap

Star Tribune’s three stars

1. Jonathan Quick, Kings: The goalie hadn’t been as dominant as he was during L.A.’s 2012 Cup run — until Monday. He stopped all 32 shots he faced.

2. Jeff Carter, Kings: Did his best Justin Holl impersonation by scoring with 0.7 seconds left in the first period.

3. Justin Williams, Kings: Posted his 16th assist of the playoffs by setting up Carter’s buzzer-beater.’


By the numbers

20 Blocked shots by the Kings, led by Jake Muzzin’s four.

3 Goals allowed, on 15 shots, by the Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist

4-11 Faceoffs showing — 27 percent — for Rangers center Derek Stepan, who was a minus-1.

2 Shots on goal for the Kings in the third period.

Staff reports

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Kansas City - J. Vargas 5:10 PM
Cleveland - C. Kluber
Toronto - A. Sanchez 5:10 PM
Boston - J. Kelly
Chicago WSox - H. Noesi 6:05 PM
Baltimore - U. Jimenez
Tampa Bay - N. Karns 6:05 PM
NY Yankees - A. Warren
Washington - D. Fister 6:10 PM
Atlanta - E. Stults
NY Mets - D. Gee 6:10 PM
Miami - J. Cosart
Milwaukee - J. Nelson 6:10 PM
Cincinnati - J. Marquis
Pittsburgh - V. Worley 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs - J. Hammel
Seattle - T. Walker 7:05 PM
Texas - Y. Gallardo
Detroit - D. Price 7:10 PM
Minnesota - T. Milone
Philadelphia - C. Hamels 7:15 PM
St. Louis - J. Lackey
Colorado - T. Matzek 8:40 PM
Arizona - C. Anderson
Houston - C. McHugh 9:10 PM
San Diego - J. Shields
San Francisco - T. Lincecum 9:10 PM
Los Angeles - B. Anderson
Atlanta 6:00 PM
Milwaukee 7:00 PM
Memphis 9:30 PM
Tampa Bay 6:00 PM
NY Islanders 6:30 PM
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