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How did Yankee Stadium become an ice rink? Look no further than this hypnotic time-lapse.
After 113 days of no hat tricks or penalty boxes, the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players' Association have finally worked out an agreement to end the NHL lockout.
After falling behind three games to none, the Devils did their best to make the Stanley Cup finals a competitive series.
The series heads back to Los Angeles for Monday night's game at the Staples Center.
They still trail the series three games to one. At least they avoided the ignominy of a sweep in what would have been among the most one-sided finals in history.
Lou Lamoriello (front row with red tie) in his first season
The Devils will try to stave off elimination Wednesday.
This is the first time since 1951 that the first two games of the Stanley Cup finals have gone to overtime.
The Kings, the Western Conference's No. 8 seed, still have not lost on the road in the playoffs.
The Stanley Cup Finals begin tonight with the Devils taking on the Los Angeles Kings. Can New Jersey win its 4th cup? Or will the Kings win their first.
If the Devils needed revenge for the 1994 Eastern Conference finals—and three Stanley Cups since then suggests they didn't—they finally got it.
May 24, 1994: Mark Messier tells reporters, "We're going to go in there and win Game 6."
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