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Watch highlights of the Kings' series-clinching win over the Devils in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
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Game six of the Stanley Cup finals it was a festive atmosphere at Staples Center Devils looking to stay alive on the road in Southern California. Kings looking to clinch their first Stanley Cup team history. Opening period Steve -- game with a big hit on -- -- every sending him down to the ice and bleeding in obvious pain. On the other looks good areas smashed into the boards burn DA received a five minute major was kicked out the game -- Gary would be okay. On the ensuing power -- Drew Doughty throws it on next Dustin Brown chipped it in for the goal. Take another look at the spot shadow -- sensitive. Round but today and were -- playoff goal it was one nothing LS. Later in the power play round comes away with it. And beats Martin Brodeur turning out the red lights. On the other look -- flyers Jeff Carter -- in the Peter the floor furious with the officials it was -- nothing. Still on the same power play. Dwight king moving ahead we'll Faulk stays loose Trevor Lewis spoke today and three goals in the same power play made it three nothing game. The Stanley Cup being escorted into the building. Second period saves for -- leading Carter beating Brodeur on the stick side it was all LA leading borne out things. The Stanley Cup getting polished up. Third period Brodeur on the bench but he actors Gator. Kings go the other way Lewis puts it into the empty net for his second goal of the game it was 51 Los Angeles. So the celebration was -- in the final seconds. But kings win the Stanley Cup as they win game 661. Of Graham was fired up Jonathan Quick Bob by his teammates on the ice. All the road the end of the game they've shown on the big screen at Dodgers stadium. -- he graduated by Brodeur for winning the Conn smythe trophy as the MVP of the post season. Think he's kept him brown present to win the cup. The Los Angeles Kings become the first eighth seed in the history but he still win the Stanley Cup.