The New Jersey Devils were unable to respond to Drew Doughty's first period goal, as the score remains 1-0 in favor of the Kings going into the third and final period of Game Two of the Stanley Cup Finals.
The Devils racked up more shots on goal than the Kings for the second straight period, but only by a one-shot margin (10-9). Devils' goalie Martin Brodeur has saved 14 of 15 shots total, while Kings' goalie Jonathan King is a perfect 20 for 20 thus far.
New Jersey was presented with a two-minute powerplay with 13:38 remaining in the period following a high-sticking penalty on Kings' left wing Dwight King, but couldn't convert.
SB Nation New York has a host of previews and analysis for your in our Stanley Cup Finals StoryStream. You can find more entertaining reading on the SB Nation NHL Hub Page. For the Devils perspective, check In Lou We Trust. For the Kings perspective, visit Jewels From The Crown.