The Los Angeles Kings led the New Jersey Devils for two periods on Saturday night in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup FInal, but the home town managed to tie things up early in the third period and for the second time in as many games, the teams are headed to overtime.
Ryan Carter put the puck past Jonathan Quick at just 2:59 of the third period to tie things up for the Devils.
The goal is the fifth of the playoffs for Carter.
The Kings caught a massively lucky break in the final minute of regulation, as a Devils shot during a power play clanged off the crossbar behind Quick and flew away from the net.
The Kings will need to buckle down if they want to win another overtime game and take a 2-0 lead in the series. If they can pull off the win, they will tie an NHL record for most road wins in a single postseason.
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