Devils look for ways to deal with implacable Kings

National Post | Sports

NEWARK, N.J. — In the end it came down to Anze Kopitar’s hands and stick, and his memory of a shootout goal from six years ago. He went backhand then, and figured Martin Brodeur might remember that he went backhand, which in fact Brodeur did. And so when the Kings centre scissored the puck and carved the 40-year-old Brodeur like a filet, he ended it with a forehand. And that was the difference in Game 1.

But that probably won’t have much effect on Game 2, or the rest of the Stanley Cup final, and not just because the Devils are unlikely to surrender another breakaway in overtime to one of the two most dangerous men in the building. On the day after the Los Angeles Kings took a 1-0 series lead on the New Jersey Devils, the two teams agreed on a few things: Nobody played their best game…

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