Game 4 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals between the New Jersey Devils and the Los Angeles Kings has been mostly uneventful. After two periods of play the teams are still scoreless.
A power play, the only one in the second period, gave Los Angeles an advantage in the shots department. The Kings fired off seven shots on goal to just three for the Devils. Martin Brodeur stood tall in net, hearkening back to his earlier Stanley Cup performances.
Brodeur's best save came when he robbed Simon Gagne on a breakaway. Gagne speed in from the left side of the ice, but Brodeur stopped his shot on the stick side. Other than that play, the Kings have yet to really challenge Brodeur with a sustained attack.
New Jersey is not making much of its few scoring chances. A slowed game could benefit the Devils, cooling the aggressive Kings that have them on the ropes with a 3-0 series lead.
For more action from the Stanly Cup Finals, check back to this SB Nation New York 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.