The New Jersey Devils continue their quest to defy history and all odds that say a team down 3-0 in the Stanley Cup Finals can't come back to win it. Game 6 is Tuesday night and Devils' confidence has to be through the roof, since they were able to defeat the Los Angeles Kings in Game 5 without necessarily outplaying them the entire way.
Only once in NHL history -- the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1942 -- has a team won the Cup after trailing 3-0 in the Finals.
"I don't look at it as what a great accomplishment to be in, a 3‑0 hole and to claw your way back out. We're trying to win a Stanley Cup. If I had my way, we would have never got in that hole.," said Devils coach Peter DeBoer.
"I didn't feel we deserved to be in that hole. That was the hand we were dealt. We made a little bit of our own bed there and now we're stuck with trying to get out of it."
If the Devils on the brink of forcing a decisive Game 7 that would bring the decisive game back to New Jersey and place all the pressure on L.A.
Here is the Game 6 schedule and broadcast information:
Date/Time: Monday, June 11, 8 p.m. ET
Location: Staples Center
Read more about the New Jersey Devils at In Lou We Trust and head over to Jewels From The Crown for the Kings fan perspective.