How are former Flyers do in the Stanley Cup playoffs? Pretty well!
Stanley Cup champion Jeff Carter is the Kings’ leading playoff scorer with six goals and five assists. He has figured in three of their last four goals (one goal, two assists) and is now sporting a horrific playoff face after taking a stick to the grill from Duncan Keith— Carts needed more than 20 stitches, and has two chipped teeth and one cracked tooth.
Stanley Cup champion Mike Richards has missed the last two games with what is suspected to be a concussion. But he remains third on the Kings in scoring with two goals and eight assists. He will probably be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Superstar Jaromir Jagr has seven assists in the playoffs for the Bruins including this outstanding play to strip Evgeni Malkin on the game-winner in double OT last night:
Two-time Stanley Cup champion Justin Williams is fourth on the Kings in scoring and leads the team with 49 shots.
Stanley Cup champion Patrick Sharp leads the Blackhawks in scoring with eight goals and six assists.
Others: Michael Handzus has eight points, Dennis Seidenberg played 40 minutes in a double OT win last night, and Dan Carcillo and Mark Eaton exist.
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Recent notables not in playoffs: Sergei Bobrovsky is about to win the Vezina and get a boatload of money and James van Riemsdyk is playing a blogger and mayoral candidate in street hockey.