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By just about any account, the Los Angeles Kings had a pretty ordinary regular season, finishing third in the Pacific Division and barely making their way into the NHL playoffs as a number eight seed. It was right about that time the 2012 version of the “Miracle on Manchester” began to happen when the team came together to systematically dismantle their opponents while tying a league best postseason record of 16-4 on their way to winning the Stanley Cup.

So just how is it that a seemingly ordinary team pulled off the seemingly unthinkable season? It has to start with goalie Jonathan Quick who had a .946 save average, meaning that he gave up just over a goal per game.

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