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Kings Vs. Devils, Stanley Cup Finals 2012 Game 4 Score: Still Scoreless After 2nd Period

There have been 40 minutes of hockey played Wednesday night at Staples Center, but so far neither the Los Angeles Kings nor New Jersey Devils have scored a goal. Game 4 of the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Final is tied at 0-0 after two periods in Los Angeles. The Kings lead the best-of-seven series three games to none.

After getting outshot 8-7 in the first period, the Kings outshot the Devils 7-3 in the second period. The Kings had a pair of power play opportunities in the second period, but were unable to score.

Jonathan Quick saved all three shots in the second period and has saved 11 shots for the game. Martin Brodeur saved seven shots in the second period and has saved all 14 for the game. Through two periods, New Jersey has won 56% of the faceoffs in the game.

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