360 degrees of Anze Kopitar

Until the brain scans come back, revealing what Anze Kopitar was thinking throughout that last shift, this should encapsulate the final minutes of last night’s Stanley Cup Final Game 1:

The game-winning overtime goal:

As called in Kopitar’s native Slovenian:

View from inside the net:

Kopitar with Pierre McGuire:

Kopitar and Jonathan Quick at the post-game podium:

Additional post-game comments from Kopitar:

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Comments

  1. Great look from behind the net!!!

  2. KingsFan on EastCoastTime says:

    I liked listening to the Slovenian broadcast. Couldn’t understand anything but the names and the excitement, but it was fun…