The Los Angeles Kings' parade and rally may be signs of more titles to come, writes Arash Markazi.
The Kings are finally the favorites in a series, and luckily, got comfortable just in time.
After the Los Angeles Kings hugged the Stanley Cup in 2012, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in 2013 stung. L.A. wants to return the favor.
The Kings can't explain it, but they used home magic to beat the Hawks in Game 3 and get back into the series.
The Kings realize they must win Tuesday's Game 3 and find a way to overcome their road slump in order to have a realistic chance of winning this series.
After being road warriors in the 2012 playoffs, the Kings are showing the same ferocity on home ice in 2013.
As they prepare for Game 4, the Kings hope to regain some of the success they had on the road last season.
Coach benches Parse for Williams on the third line.
Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson have been masterful on Kings' power plays.
After Terry Murray shakes up the lineup, the Kings figure it out and win.
The Kings' youngsters finally get a crack at the playoffs with veterans in tow.