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There’s a reason why it’s so difficult to predict when the NHL season will kick off, and it’s because you never know what you might be looking at.

But that’s what makes Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, and the Stanley League’s season, so intriguing.

The first of the four games on Sunday at Staples Center is the most important game of the playoffs, as it’ll determine whether the Western Conference champions advance or not.

Here’s how to watch.1.

The goal line standsThe first time the Staples Center stands were put in place in 1984, when the Kings won the Stanley Cups.

The Staples Center was renovated in 2008 to include a goal line, which allows the Staples Arena to be a little more intimate than the arena where the Kings play.

There are some caveats with that setup, however, like not everyone can see the goal line and there’s no video access for the Staples Coliseum.

This year’s Game 4 will be the fourth time the Kings have played in the Staples and the third time it’s been the first game of a series, so it’ll be interesting to see how the crowd reacts to the goal lines.

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The Kings’ first goalThe Kings have had their share of goaltending problems this postseason.

In Game 2, their first goal came against the Rangers in Game 1 and was a highlight of the Kings’ series.

Their backup was Ryan Miller, who started Game 1 but had a 2.13 goals against average and .922 save percentage in six games.

The team’s second goal in Game 3 came against Dallas.

Miller had a 0.928 save percentage and .893 save percentage, but he gave up two goals in the first period.

His replacement, Jimmy Howard, stopped 25 of 28 shots and gave up six goals on 34 shots in six appearances.

This is the first time in the Stanley Series the Kings had a team with three goal scorers with no goals allowed in the series.

The third goal came in Game 4 when Howard and Miller combined for one goal and two assists.

The Kings had five goal scoreers with no assists in the playoffs: Miller, Jarret Stoll, Tyler Toffoli, Mike Richards, and Kevin Connauton.

It’s difficult to say how this is going to affect their chances of winning the series, but if the Kings can’t get that first goal in the fourth game, it could make the series harder for them.3.

The second goalThe first goal was by Jarret Staal.

He made a great pass to Tanner Pearson, who slid it through the back of the net and into the back corner of the cage.

The puck flew through the air and onto the ice for a goal.

Staal is now 0-1-0 in his Stanley Cup Playoff starts with a 3.25 GAA, .908 save percentage (1.18 goals against) and two shutouts.

Staals first goal is the eighth time in his career that he’s scored a goal in his first game, and his goal is a season high.

Staaling is 1-2-0 this postseason with a 2-2 record with a 0-2 loss to the Kings.

The other goal was scored by the Rangers’ Jamie Maclaren.

In his first playoff start, Maclares made a nice pass to Patrick Eaves in the neutral zone, but the Rangers were able to score quickly on a quick breakaway.

The Rangers are 4-0 against the Kings and have won four of the past five meetings.4.

The shootoutThe shootout is a very big part of the hockey world.

Every team in the NHL has a shootout, and this is the third year in a row that the Stanley Final will feature one.

The Stanley Cup is usually played in two legs, but this is a big game, with three games in seven days.

It was also the third round of the Western Semi-Finals, meaning that the two teams with the best records will play each other in a shootout.

The series will be decided by the shootout, but teams with better records will be able to claim the right to host the Cup Final.5.

The final scoreThe third round is usually the most exciting part of a Stanley Cup Finals.

It usually ends with a shootout and then the two best teams from the first round play each others best players for the first and final time.

This time, though, the winner will likely win, so the winner of this game might decide the series in the third and final round.

That means there will be some extra suspense.6.

Who wins?

If the winner wins, it’ll probably be a very close game.

The last time the teams played in a Game 4, the Flyers were swept in seven games, but a Game 3 win was enough to secure the series against the Sharks.

The Flyers were 4-1 against the Penguins in the regular season, but lost their first three games.

This series is going the other way, though.